Burnout is a common issue that developers suffer. The tech industry is high octane all the time, and in many cases crunch time is a normal. But is that the root of burnout, or is it something else, and how do you deal with it if you are suffering from it? During this time in which we're all dealing with even more stress, Janae takes a moment to examine her own struggle with burnout, where it comes from, and hopefully some ways to get out of it.
When your editors want the flexibility to change their Document Types and the properties don't map, what do you do? Convert them, of course! Janae walks us through the process of migrating content when changing DocTypes.
Sometimes, back-end developers don't want to bother with Visual Studio and sometimes front-end developers would like to do a build without having Visual Studio even installed. This can be done! Inspired by a virtual meeting with GLUUG, Janae talks us through setting up Grunt to run MS Build with some VS Code tricks on the side so you (almost) never have to touch Visual Studio again.
Working remote can seem like a dream to a cubicle coder. No commute. No pants. No boss over your shoulder. But when you work where you live, your "office" and your life can become a cluttered mess. Janae gives practical advice on how to declutter your remote work life in order to safeguard both your productivity and sanity.
At Skrift we can't get enough of what it means to be in a community as connected and friendly as Umbraco's. Our own Janae Cram discusses her own past struggles to find a group to belong to, and what community, especially the Umbraco community, means personally to her.