This post is aimed at people already knowing React, Redux and aids them in better understanding how things work under the hood. When I first got into the React universe 🌐, ~3 years ago, I had a very hard time understanding how Redux’s mapStateToProps and mapDispatchToProps worked and were available to the React component. Here is a diagrammatic guide to better understand how Redux’s connect works with React.
Recently, I was invited to be on an online panel discussion on ‘Open Source Maintainer – Women WILL Engineer the Future‘. Thank you Emma, for having me. Emma had compiled interesting questions; and a lot of thoughts, ideas and insights were exchanged during the course of 1 hour.
I have always stopped myself from slipping a question out of my tongue thinking I would make a fool out of myself, and only to realise later that somebody else asked an almost similar question and got applauded for asking such a wonderful question! Do you relate yourself to this situation?
I like to maintain a log of things and here are my mid-year updates for 2018. The year has been going great, so far. Code This time it was lot of Open Source coding as an Open Source Advocate Release of Zalando's first State of Open Source Report Design, development and launch of Zalando's Open Source... Continue Reading →
This week I started out as an Open Source Advocate at Zalando in the shiny new Open Source team with Paul & Per. Together, we are the 3 P's! The team is meant to develop Zalando’s Open Source strategy and consult the wider organisation on how to implement it safely, measurably and with impact in mind.... Continue Reading →
Last week I joined a cohort of 43 people from 12 countries in the beautiful city of Eindhoven, Netherlands for MozRetreat! We were a team of friends, partners, network members, Mozilla staff and first-time collaborators to become festival wranglers and shape the design of the MozFest program. I was invited because of my continued involvement... Continue Reading →