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[DMWN #5] - Learn how to debug your applications using the git bisect command

Dillion Megida
Dillion Megida
Hello there,
Merry new week 🙌 I trust your weekend was great.
The weekends have been pretty fast lately. Not sure why ☹️. But I trust you were able to get things done, or at least, rest enough : )
Here’s today’s piece:
What I did last week 😇
  1. In the video, I explain what the git bisect does and how to use it to effectively debug and discover where bugs were introduced in your application
  2. I did a lot of resting : )
Featured Articles ✍️
  1. How to use the redux dev tools to speed up development and debugging: In this article, I explain how to use redux dev tools which manage state in your redux-based app and allows debugging during development.
  2. How can I delete branches in Git?: How do you delete a local and remote branch using your terminal? This article shows how.
  3. Component Interaction With Outputs in Angular: Learn how to trigger outputs from child components to parent components
Featured Tools 🛠
  1. Bracket Pair Colorizer: this VSCode extension gives distinguishable colors to bracket pairs in your codes thereby making opening and closing brackets easily identifiable.
Random 🔄
  1. Some people in Nigeria posted some Mother’s day posts yesterday and I was surprised because this should be the third time this year. Out of curiosity, I made some research online and learned from this Quora question and answers that Mother’s day is celebrated at different times in different countries. There’s more to it, so check it out.
  2. The LEN function in Google sheets allows you to get the length of a string in a cell. A use-case for this is, say, you’re saving tweets in Google sheets, and you know, tweets have limit, right? So you could have an extra column, named “Tweet count” with cells containing “=280 - LEN(A2)“. Here’s a pictorial example:
A new week, another opportunity to do amazing things!
Do have a splendid week 🌟
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Dillion Megida
Dillion Megida @iamdillion

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