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Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #189

Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #189
By Andy L • Issue #189 • View online
Happy Chirstmas week!
I hope you’re doing well out there and staying safe. This year is coming to a close and it’s been one hell of one.
I just hit publish on part 15 of my Let’s Build for Ruby and Rails developers series where I continue building the new job form but start to integrate Stripe elements among some other features. I’m excited about the progress although it has been sluggish (sorry 😅). Much more to come!
Over the weekend I also hit publish on my latest crash course on CSS which was a bear of a mini-project. About 2.5 weeks went into that single video due to scheduling, coding, recording, editing, and more but I’m happy with the outcome. I don’t like to take short cuts on my content so this one actually clocks in at just over 3 hours in total (my longest single video tutorial to date!). I hope you enjoy it if you’re interested in learning more about CSS.
As always, if you have any feedback, suggestions, or just want to say hey feel free to reach out. I’m toying with the idea of a private community to meet and greet with more of you all.

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Listen of the week
These guys came up on my radar while listening to a New Core playlist on Spotify. Dig the track. I checked out the rest of this release and mostly prefer this song but it’s a pretty decent album.
Lost in Los Angeles -  Devil in the Details
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