Voices of Gatsby: Navigating a Personal Path to Engineering Happiness
Starting out as a frontend engineer, I had no idea that some of the most complex engineering problems I’d ever solve would have nothing to do with writing code -- or that enabling other engineers to do their best work is actually my true passion.
Don’t Build a Frankenstein Website!
Gatsby smoothly orchestrates independent content systems so you don't waste time building a "Frankenstein" site!
Hashim Warren • October 19th, 2020# content-mesh
Announcing Gatsby GitHub Discussions
We're very excited to announce GitHub Discussions: A place for the Gatsby community to ask questions, submit ideas and give feedback on new features (RFC). Discussions will help us better differentiate questions, features and other non-bug tickets from actual issues...and also easier for all of you to help us squash bugs and make Gatsby even better!
Hacktoberfest Spotlight: A More ‘Polite’ MDX Embed Plugin
Enabling the community to easily write and release plugins for use with Gatsby is an absolute hammer of an idea. It gives Gatsby enthusiasts like myself a way to easily get started with open source by providing a solid foundation for us to build on. Then, once you’ve got the plugin basics down you can really let your imagination run wild. This is the story of how I combined my interest in markdown / MDX with the Gatsby plugin ecosystem to contribute a brand new open source plugin, `gatsby-mdx-embed`. And now I'm looking for #hacktoberfest contributions to help the project reach its first major milestone, a stable v1.0.0 release.
Voices of Gatsby: An Intern Among Senior Developers
When you're the most junior dev in the company, it's easy to feel intimidated. Kyle Gill shares how he conquered imposter syndrome to turn a college internship into a full time position as a Gatsby engineer, plus other lessons he learned along the way.
Gatsby Gazette for September 2020: The “What Will It Take For You To Code Like This?” Edition
It’s Hacktoberfest Time!
It’s the first day of October, so you know what that means...it’s officially time for Hacktoberfest!