Our ready-for-summer picks of June
The weather is fine, the bees are buzzing, and the birds are singing. We're already feeling those summer butterflies in our stomachs. That doesn't hold us back from sharing our top picks with you, though! Each month, we share our top picks: things that intrigue us, help us, or teach us. Hopefully, it helps you too.
- The Good Place
A good comedy series is hard to find. The Good Place absolutely nails it. The show has a good balance between comedy and a great story.
Sli.dev is a web-based slides maker and presenter. It's designed for developers, so they can write their content in Markdown and enables them to add interactive components. At the moment, they support Vue components. Hopefully, React components will follow soon!
- Good on you
Looking for new shoes, but don't want the environmental impact of Dr. Martens on your conscience? The Good On You directory is an awesome tool to find out whether your favorite brand or store is with the program and helps you find alternatives that care. Good On You rates brands based on the information the brands provide and their own independent research.
git-hours. A small nodejs util that allows you to estimate the time spent on a project simply by inspecting the commits. It's not precise, but it can give you a good idea of the amount of time you've spent on any given project.
- Learn CSS by web.dev
Google launched a new course about CSS. It's documented well and looks like a great starting point to learn CSS. There's also a podcast episode for each topic, which is a unique way to get to know some tech-related content.
See you next month and enjoy the sun!