Yesterday I joined a new company, and as you might expect, the first task given to me was to setup my dev environment. Aside from installing all the important dev tools I wanted to make my dock auto-hide to save me some space on my desktop. This however reminded me of a classic MacOS problem - the damn thing takes forever to open:
The last two years (or so close to two years that it makes no difference) I spent working with one of my colleagues on a streaming data processing library for modern frontends called Muster. In this post I’d like to write all the things I’ve learned when building a large-scale library in TypeScript. Before I get started on that I should probably write a few words about what is Muster.