It’s a pity to spend a year of spare time writing a book and then only spend 30 minutes on a cover that no one finds appealing. So I went ahead and re-designed the cover for all the books in the series.
I thought it’d be interesting to record what I’ve learned and share it with you in case you’re interested in doing your own pixel art.
So here we are, I think this will be a long series of articles with half a serving of practicalities, tips and tricks, and another half of soul-searching, reflection and dreaming. Hopefully you’ll find something useful, and who knows, perhaps feel inspired to write your own book and spread your ideas throughout mankind.
So I broke down the original book into two books that would include the more mature parts I had written at the time:
In this part of the series we setup a basic TypeScript project and learn some of the cool features in TypeScript that can improve your life as a developer and enhance the code that you produce. Go forth!