I was really impressed by how easy it was to bootstrap a site with this generator and really enjoying it as a tool. So when I saw a tweet from Evan You announcing the establishment of a VuePress core team, I jumped in and applied for the position.
Of course, companies like Google and Facebook need to be regulated, but we also need legitimate alternatives. The only way to do web analytics right, in my opinion, is to build a service that is completely open-source and guarantees 100% data ownership to you as the website owner.
Open source will teach you how to communicate, collaborate and work on a large codebase. The culture, openness, and motivation will carry it well into the future.
I remember that I thought "once Nim can bootstrap, it is essentially complete and done". Nothing could have been further from the truth, the real work began with the users coming to Nim, finding bugs and gotchas in the design, requesting more features.
Despite losing the championship finals match that year, I found a bright side to the mess: we came up with the idea for Reine. What if I could scan all of these chess scoresheets and have them analyzed by my phone?
I'm building Learn Anything, a platform for knowledge discovery that helps you understand any topic through the most efficient paths, as voted by the community.
From surviving clearfix and other CSS hacks to experiencing the advent of CSS3, and discovering the power of raw CSS in 2019, I'm just in awe of how far we've come. I want Cutestrap to be a reflection of what CSS can do in 2019.
One thing that I have realized about myself during this journey is that I love solving problems that frustrate me as a software engineer and data scientist and automating those parts of my job that I do not find as enjoyable.