React Hooks have finally landed! So many emotions. Here’s a small selection of my own in chronological order: ? ? ?…
Happy New Year! Looking forward to another year with my beautiful wife and our little family!! 🎉♥️
I just bought a grill last week. It’s nothing fancy, was an inexpensive charcoal grill that was on sale at Lowe’s. I didn’t want a gas grill and I didn’t want to dish out a bunch of $$ for my very first grill. That said, I’m pretty excited about it and eager to try out a bunch of new recipes as I learn!
I tried this Nitro Cold Brew from Tandem Creperie & Coffeehouse the other day for the first time. So good! ☕😍
For the longest time, developers have taken Chrome OS machines and run tools like Crouton to turn them into Linux-based developer machines. That was a bit of a hassle, but it worked. But things are…
While this is pretty exciting, it still seems like Crouton would be needed to be able to really work on ChromeOS as a full development environment. For example, unless you used a browser-based dev environment, like AWS Cloud9 or shelled into a remote server, you’d probably still want to set up an environment on your local filesystem – which means installing software such as Node, PHP, Ruby, (whatever you work on these days).
Update: It’s worth noting that, while not having tested it out myself, it sounds like these Electron-based applications aren’t super performant on ChromeOS – at least not until they get GPU support.
None the less, it’s still pretty cool to see how Chromebooks are evolving!