Monday, June 19 to Sunday, June 25
It was a holiday.
I sent this very fun indoor boulder problem https://www.instagram.com/reel/CtsMml9PS_Y/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
On Sunday, I also re-sent a local crimpy V9 for the fourth time. https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ctrj5Z3vH4M/. This was my 2nd time climbing outdoors since my ACL surgery and it felt absolutely amazing to redo this problem.
I had physical therapy. Did some fun plyometric exercises, like single leg hops and box jumps.
I setup bi-weekly 1:1s with two adjacent-teammates, Zach and Kendall, to keep in closer touch with them and look out for any platform-work opportunities or blind spots.
Had 1:1 with my manager Kaitlynne.
Converted this Wiki section of my site to no longer use a YAML file for navigation data, and instead rely on a tree data structure, derived directly from the git tree and blob data.
GET /repos/:owner/:repo/git/trees/:tree_sha returns a flat list of all the folders and files
in a repository, but no contents.
sha fields in the response can be used to fetch the contents, and in my case, the contents
contain YAML frontmatter which has human-friendly text like
title which I can use to provide
a pretty label for navigation tree items.
GET /repos/:owner/:repo/git/blobs/:file_sha returns the contents of a file, base64 encoded, but
when you include
Accept: application/vnd.github.raw as a header, the response is returned as plaintext —
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8.
Note: See /wiki/cloud/aws/cloudfront for an additional caching layer on top of the GitHub API.
I had physical therapy. Did some more strength oriented exercises.
Got some nice shoutouts from my teammates on recent build-time optimization work for our flagship apps:
dev-portal, in service of easier app router migration.
Sent this other fun boulder problem: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ct3EhnTPNY4/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
Came up with a nifty terminal AI zsh function:
Did more work on my personal website.
Did some wiki writing.