Setting Up GitHub Dependabot for New Project

We’re always on the lookout for ways to make project management smoother and more efficient. Today, we’ll be exploring how to set up GitHub Dependabot for a new project. Dependabot is a fantastic tool from GitHub that can help you maintain your project’s dependencies, by automatically opening pull requests to update them. Step 1: Create Your .github Folder Kickstart by creating a .github folder right at the root directory of your repository.

The Intersection of Feminism and Tech

The Intersection of Feminism and Technology: A New Perspective Today, I want to share my thoughts on a topic that’s close to my heart: the intersection of feminism and technology. As a woman in tech, I’ve often found myself reflecting on how these two areas intersect and influence each other. Feminism and Technology: A Historical Perspective Historically, technology has been a male-dominated field. But that’s not because women aren’t interested or capable.

Using Phosphor Icons in React Native

Hello all! Today, we’re going to dive into the world of icons. Specifically, we’re going to talk about how to use Phosphor Icons in a React Native project. Phosphor Icons provide a wide range of beautifully crafted icons that can add a touch of elegance to your app. We are going to be using this Phosphor React Native package. To note, as of this article being written, it seems that an “official” react native package may be in the works.

Creating a Website Using Hugo and Github Pages

Welcome, STEMinist readers! Today, we’ll dive into crafting a website with Hugo (a cool static site generator) and hosting it on GitHub Pages. Let’s get started! 1. Install Hugo on your computer. First off, you need to install Hugo on your machine. For PC users, Chocolatey is your best friend, and for macOS, Homebrew has got your back. // For PC choco install hugo-extended // For macOS brew install hugo If you haven’t been introduced to Chocolatey or Homebrew yet, check out the alternative installation methods for Hugo.