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馃寠 Adding Codewaves into gatsby blog #38

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email2vimalraj opened this issue Dec 3, 2019 · 2 comments
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馃寠 Adding Codewaves into gatsby blog #38

email2vimalraj opened this issue Dec 3, 2019 · 2 comments
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@email2vimalraj email2vimalraj commented Dec 3, 2019

who are you and where to find you

My name is Vimalraj Selvam. I am a Staff Software Engineer at Visa Worldwide Pte Ltd. I build various visualisation tools using React for my company which is heavily used by the command center teams. I am mostly reachable via twitter.

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Recently Mr. Rodrigo Pombo had published a post on his blog on Building our own React which caught many eyes especially in terms of how he presented the post to audience. All this made possible by his own Gatsby based theme called Gatsby Waves. During this talk I'll show on how we can use this theme in our blog and make our blog more prettier.

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  • I prefer to give this talk at: react-knowledgeable/events#5
  • Number of minutes needed to 鈿★笍: 10
  • I am happy to have this talk recorded by @engineersftw (by default, we record talks to be accessible by more audience, if you don't want, please uncheck this)
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@wgao19 wgao19 commented Dec 3, 2019

Oh nice!

On a personal note, will you talk about its internals? I'm really curious how it's built since it shares a similar take with my approach

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@wgao19 wgao19 commented Dec 6, 2019

hey @email2vimalraj thank you for the talk! could you plz help update your slides / any resources in the resources section?

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