Reading about Actions

The other day I tweeted out that I was looking for articles on GitHub Actions. What I got was a list of resources that I still have not been able to read over just yet and part of the being that I just haven’t gotten around to really diving deep to those.

I will read those. I will.

I just need to really make the time to fully read and even try some of those things out.

You might be wondering why. Part of the reason is that I would love to be able to get back to reviewing themes but I also don’t want to be reading the same code from several years ago. And a lot of that code really hasn’t changed it’s just been the CSS and maybe how things get done.

The other thing is that I’ve been trying some online courses that I’m really hoping will pay off in the future when it comes to code.

Now, the reason I’m writing this out is so that I can get a list of starting resources. At least something to chip off the old list of things I wanted to get done this year.

The list follows:

Yeah quite a few code examples but the first one being the documentation from GitHub so that will be the first one to really go over. The next step for me will be creating a random repo and documenting my experience here.

It will be fun and a little painful but an overall great learning experience for sure.

Author: Jose

Born in El Salvador. Loves to read, write, draw, paint, build, test, typography, hike, photography, art, design, sewing, and many other things.

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