career wise (as in my day-job career) I often feel like I was born at the right time. Getting a family computer at age 7 in '93 that required using the command line, then getting on the internet at a time when doing so required a bit of HTML knowledge etc https://twitter.com/simonw/status/1440725351949213700 …
I literally added a HTML comment to a file, and 884 lines of PHP code that failed now work. If I remove the HTML comment, the whole thing fails again. Wow, it's been a long time Mr. Heisenbug, my old friend!
Busted through like 10 email templates today for my part time job alone. Almost 450 lines of html/css
The line is especially blurry in TTRPGs. Generally, anybody who produces any TTRPG content has "self-published", which makes them a publisher. The bar for what is "published" is easier to reach all the time. It used to be hardcopy, then PDF, now html on itch.
I enjoy focusing on HTML first, then CSS. It lets me get a base template out the way. Then I can tank hours playing around with CSS If I do HTML & CSS at the same time—I can easily spend hours with only the first <h1> line on the site
Me, the first time I wrote 50 lines of HTML and thought I was legendary https://twitter.com/rhiankatie/status/1439042310352695296 …
Commit https://github.com/biopython/biopython/commit/e16f46ee736156a8be40ea828d036232e01a437f … should fix the doctest formatting on https://biopython.org/docs/dev/api/Bio.PDB.SASA.html … (next time the HTML gets updated). If you spot anymore, please open an issue. Thanks /Peter