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Making a Linux-Based “On-Air” Light for My Home Office w/ Camera & Google Calendar Integration

I've been reading this over the last few days wondering how I can get it working with my work Mac + Zoom, or if I use a pared down version

Recommended read: Making a Linux-Based “On-Air” Light for My Home Office w/ Camera & Google Calendar Integration https://joellemaslak.medium.com/making-a-linux-based-on-air-light-for-my-home-office-w-camera-google-calendar-integration-3e5ed35e8c8

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How to Scope Down PRs

A good read - I've found that too many PRs then ends up difficult as you're constantly rebasing them to remove the constant merge commits, so am happy with a larger PR with lots of atomic commits that allow reviewing them in isolation

Recommended read: How to Scope Down PRs https://www.netlify.com/blog/2020/03/31/how-to-scope-down-prs/

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Trello Android's Git Branching Strategy

I think the general rule of thumb is "try not to support anything other than the latest version in Production and the latest development version, and even then reduce the time that there are two versions as much as possible" but with things like user-managed software, or where your path to production is slower, it can be difficult to say that.

Recommended read: Trello Android's Git Branching Strategy https://blog.danlew.net/2020/11/11/trello-androids-git-branching-strategy/

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Don't ever break a URL if you can help it

This is something I strive quite hard to ensure, using tools like html-proofer and comparing against old sitemaps when I change things considerably with my site. It's also something that is quite infuriating when following links to a site that has now rewritten their URLs, so I've learned from that too!

Recommended read: Don't ever break a URL if you can help it https://www.hanselman.com/blog/dont-ever-break-a-url-if-you-can-help-it