I had the pleasure of talking with Bryan Robinson on his podcast called That's My JAM...stack. Cool name, right. I talked about how...
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I had the pleasure of talking with Bryan Robinson on his podcast called That's My JAM...stack. Cool name, right. I talked about how much I love Markdown, the apparent divide in the JAMstack community, decisions not options, and whatnot.Ahmad Awais
I was recently interviewed by Brian Rinaldi about JAMstack’s future in 2020. It was originally posted on StackBit’s blog → Ahmad Awais shares what changes we saw in the JAMstack ecosystem in 2019 and what he expects for 2020. What to Expect from the JAMstack in 2020 – Ahmad Awais 2019 definitely seemed to be a pivotal year [...]Ahmad Awais
As a full-time #OpenSourcerer — October is one of my favorite months. And it’s October already. Today’s #OneDevMinute is about #Hacktoberfest — it’s a month-long online event where you signup at GitHub.com and Hacktoberfest to celebrate Open Source by contributing at least four times between the October 1-31. Let me help [...]Ahmad Awais
Add Shades of Purple theme-based syntax highlighting to your WordPress blog with the help of Prism.js syntax highlighter and enjoy high-quality code coloring that improves your blog readability.Ahmad Awais
Google has just welcomed me in the Google Developers Experts Program after recognizing my open source work as a web technology expert. As you can imagine, I’m quite happy to have earned this distinction. Woohooo! 🥳🥳🥳 I worked alongside the Google Developer Relations team back in 2017 hacking together a couple of open source [...]Ahmad Awais
Celebrating over one million downloads and half a million active installs of my VSCode "Shades of Purple" theme suite. Thanks to the awesome developers' community.Ahmad Awais
Emoji log is a new way to write your Git Commit Messages. I like emoji. I like ’em a lot. Programming, code, geeks, nerds, open source, all of that is inherently dull and sometimes boring. I improve that by using Emoji.Ahmad Awais