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Netlify’s new logo

Netlify's new logo

Netlify, one of my favorite deployment options and a web development platform, has recently introduced a new logo, marking a significant step towards a new overall visual identity. The company has used its signature teal gem logo for the past eight years, which has remained unchanged since its inception.

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Refactoring my screenshot script

My go-to-script to create a screenshot as header images of posts about a website was for a long time this: js 1const { chromium } = require('playwright'); 2(async () => { 3let browser = await chromium.launch(); 4 let page = await browser.

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Fixing package dependency issues on Ubuntu with APT

Have you ever tried installing a program on your Ubuntu and ran into error messages about unconfigured dependencies? Don’t worry; it happens to the best of us. For example, when you install a program, it might rely on other software packages to run correctly; if those dependencies are not met, the program won’t work.

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Notes from the Laboratory: February 2023

I am trying this new “thing” of “reporting” what I was up to in a certain time period this year, and monthly reviews just sound like something normal people would do. So bear with me while I am typing up this report.

Ligatures in Jetbrains Mono

Jetbrains Mono

My currently favourite developer font is Jetbrains Mono. (Stefon voice on) It has everything! Distinctive characters (no more wondering if that is a zero or an uppercase O), code ligatures and more more more (Stefon voice off). I personally like the way the ligatures give a unique and coherent look to my editor experience.