Jeg skal trene hver dag. Jeg skal gå ned 10 kg. Jeg skal få kjæreste. Jeg skal bli rik. ... Ok, det er ikke nyttår riktig enda, men siden dette er siste luke i kalenderen vår tar vi det likevel opp: Nyttårsforsetter!
Finally Christmas Eve! Hopefully, this calendar has made the Christmas advent a little more interesting. This year with both harde og myke pakker which Kjersti Bjelkarøy has written about. That you might have learned something new from the calendar or got some tips and tricks for yourself or your team. Maybe it has contributed to Ease the wait for Christmas Eve?
Thank you for joining our calendar this December. We truly hope you have gotten inspired by our reflections, ideas and learnings. Now, it's Christmas Eve, and the story of Cinderella will soon reveal itself once again. Relax. During December, we hope to have given you a tiny spark in the back of your head. Share more with others, try presenting more, in the year to come. We promise you that it will be worth it!
In the first article of this year's calendar, we gave a few tips to help making your applications a bit more secure. Now, as the countdown has come to an end, and we are ready to start the Christmas holidays, we want to give you a few more.
A more hands on approach to functional programming.
One article a day for twenty-four days from nine authors! Merry christmas and happy holidays from all of us.
Wow! It's Christmas Eve, and elm.christmas is drawing to a close. We've published 24 articles, and I want to thank you for visiting our advent calendar, regardless of whether you've read all 24 articles, or if this is the first one you've read. This last article won't be long, as I just want to highlight a neat tool that you might not have used for your Elm project.
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