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Jason Lengstorf
⚡️ a.k.a. Blitz Jackson 💜 Head of DevRel at 📺 live coding at 📝 blogging at ⏳ prev:
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Jason Lengstorf 12h
Yeah, this is one of those “shed in a box” kits. Like IKEA but you use more than an Allen wrench.
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Jason Lengstorf 12h
Replying to @Dayhaysoos
It's not too bad! The trickiest bits are file resolutions (e.g. theme files vs. site files) and making things easy to override. Take a look at existing themes to see how we recommend doing that.
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Jason Lengstorf 13h
Fanning the smoke alarm with a kitchen towel is half the fun of getting a good sear!
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Jason Lengstorf 13h
You can speed up the drying by putting it on a rack in the freezer for 30 minutes.
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Jason Lengstorf 13h
Replying to @ken_wheeler @dabit3
Salt is so important. I get the steaks a day or two ahead of time, salt the holy hell out of them, and leave them sitting uncovered on a rack in the fridge for 1–2 days. The salt pulls out moisture, which dissolves the salt, which then gets pulled into the steak and tenderizes.
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cate, a human being Jun 15
Non-men of tech: what’s some messed up shit that has happened when conducting technical interviews?
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Cher Scarlett Jun 15
Are you an engineering manager looking for a new gig? My team (the Design Systems team at ) is looking for an Engineering Manager! 3 years exp in managing a javascript-centric team please!
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Jason Lengstorf 23h
Replying to @ShinyToyRobots
This wasn’t terrible. A few frustrating bits, but it went pretty smoothly all things considered.
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Jason Lengstorf 23h
Replying to @Siyfion
“At this point he needs to— oh, he dropped another screw! Yeah, this looks bad, Dan; it rolled under the shed. No coming back from that one.”
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Jason Lengstorf 23h
Replying to @katesowles
It took two trips to the hardware store, but yes. 😅
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Jason Lengstorf 23h
Replying to @jamonholmgren
It’s not quite finished, but I’m basically a dang carpenter. can you grade my work? 😂
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Jason Lengstorf 23h
Replying to @marisamorby
We had to put on the roof. I *really* wish I had a video of her getting down. 😂
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Replying to @jlengstorf
Progress report: I need a beer. 😭😂
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Why did I think I could build a shed?!
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Replying to @harlanji @gatsbyjs
Okay, I think I follow. You're right that this falls into edge case territory. I would think you're looking at a userland solution to build with pathPrefix and have some way to parse a request/JWT that resolves to the correct prefix w/a redirect.
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Replying to @harlanji @gatsbyjs
I think I see what you mean, but I’m having trouble understanding the use case for this. Could you expand on what problem this solves?
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Replying to @harlanji @gatsbyjs
Do you mean access control in the .htaccess sense, where the whole site is inaccessible unless you have a key of some sort?
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Replying to @valse @gatsbyjs
JWTs are great! AWS Amplify and Auth0 both do a great job of managing auth in an approachable way — I'd definitely recommend checking them out! This is a livestream I did where we set up Auth0 on a site.
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 15
Oh, whoops — I linked to my profile, not the video. The video is here:
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Jason Lengstorf Jun 14
Here's a livestream I did showing how to hook up Auth0 to handle auth in Gatsby apps.
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