I have some pretty big news. I am hiring RapidAPI’s first-ever Developer Relations team. A team of developers program engineers,...
Helping businesses understand developers. Head of Developer Relations RapidAPI. 📟 Edutainer at Node.js CLI Automation course (100 videos · 22 Projects) & VSCode.pro course (over 20K devs). 🎩 Award-winning Open Source Engineer & Dev Advocate 🦊 Google Developers Expert Web DevRel 🚀 Mars Ingenuity Helicopter code contributor 🏆 8th GitHub Stars Award recipient 🌳 Node.js foundation Community Committee Outreach Lead, Member Linux Foundation, OpenAPI Business Governing Board, and DigitalOcean Navigator. ✌️ Author of various open-source dev-tools and software libraries used by millions of developers worldwide ⓦ WordPress Core Developer 📣 TEDx Speaker with 100+ international talks. 🔥 Satya Nadella · CEO of Microsoft, said — Awais is an awesome example for developers. 🙌 Leading developers and publishing technical content for over a decade 💜 Loves his wife (Maedah) ❯ Read more about Ahmad Awais. 👋… Awais is mostly active on Twitter @MrAhmadAwais
I was just trying to open a macOS app packaged by a third-party software company that doesn’t exist anymore and I was getting the following error: You do not have permission to open the application “Mac.app”. Tried everything I could find to open the app and only the following solution worked for me — I had to sign the app again. [...]Ahmad Awais
It's always an honor to be featured among over 40 million developers on GitHub that have created 44+ million repositories. It's probably my 3rd time.Ahmad Awais
Use wp-console-deployment to set up an instant GitHub to WordPress.org SVN deployment pipeline with incredibly powerful GitHub Actions.Ahmad Awais
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