@lilo Web development has become very complicated and all those frameworks are a blessing and part of the issue at the same time.
The good thing is that any contact will teach you standards and paradigms, common to all of these specializations. And for every specialization there are plenty of jobs, so you don't have to worry as much where your interests or tasks at work take you.
These great charts give you an overview of what you may want to learn as a #WebDeveloper:
@blunaxela I'll be attending LinuxFest NorthWest this weekend.
What are your plans?
@aurochs Yes, the podcast Nothing But The Toot is in English.
The compromise of the Matrix.org home server is a great read for everyone interested in #InfoSec, specifically cloud security.
Halfway through Geese Week I still have plenty to build on our browser extension.
The check in page loads data from the server now and all inputs have labels for accessibility.
Next up I have to make sure data is stored in the browser's local storage to avoid losing a user's progress. Implementing our design is last, but it will also have to happen until Friday's internal project demos. Better hurry. 🏃♂️
@pinkprius How comes the picture has the logo of the City of Vancouver, BC on it?
Day 2 of updating the #7Geese browser extension:
Yesterday I split all code into its own repository. This is also important for others to build the extension.
Did you know: All Firefox extensions must provide code to Mozilla for them to allow it in their extension store?
Today I will make the check in page work. On this page one can update their Objective Key Results (#OKRs) to share progress with coworkers.
The current draft is too bulky, is missing labels and only loads placeholders.
It's Geese Week at my workplace #7Geese! The first week in a quarter we can work on a project of our choice.
My goal is to release an update of our browser extension. We already made many improvements but didn't finish a stable release.
Today's goal is to move all code into its own repository.
Most websites track you online. They should ask for your consent!
Klaro is a consent manager for websites. It gives users control over third party tracking, cookies and other privacy settings.
Ask your favourite website to respect your privacy choices by adding Klaro!
When mapping #accessibility in #OpenStreetMap the key wheelchair=yes/limited/no/designated is well-known. There are other features like road conditions, sidewalks, stairs, crossings, tactile paving, kerbs, audible traffic signals and ease of navigation on trails which can be mapped.
#StreetComplete for Android makes it easy to add new data:
Open the settings and choose which "quests" you wish to answer.
I find it problematic to call "use, study, share & remix" freedoms of the Internet.
The Internet is just one way of communication and our general freedoms should be applicable to global distributions channels like the Internet.
Can it be that "the Internet" stands for a distribution without the restriction to specific recipients?
🇪🇺🇩🇪 web dev living in Vancouver 🇨🇦.
mastodonten.de ist eine Mastodon Instanz offen für alle netten Leute (über 16).
Geht gut miteinander um (und lest die Regeln wenn ihr euch nicht sicher seid, was das heißt). Wer möchte, kann auch gerne etwas spenden, um den Betrieb von mastodonten.de zu unterstützen.
mastodonten.de is a Mastodon instance open to nice people (over 16). Be excellent to each other (and read the rules if you're not sure what that means). Who would like, can donate something, in order to support the operation of mastodonten.de.