My name is Seth Corker, I'm a full-stack product engineer at zeroheight, this is my blog focusing on web development and other programming topics.
The origin of Benevolent Bytes
My web development blog originally started on Medium in 2015 as a publication called Deconstructured. Benevolent Bytes is the next iteration of my web development blog which was self-hosted and powered by Ghost, then Gatsby and now Next.js.
The Benevolent Bytes Mission
The goal with Benevolent Bytes is centered around learning. Not only learning how to build websites and become a better web developer but also it's a place for me to learn in public and share what I kenpw. This is an ever-changing and constantly evolving website that allows for me to experiment and create. A side-effect of this is that you might see some bugs every now and then. Ultimately this is a place for me to do something I enjoy. Learning more about software development with a special focus on the web, and to share what I know to help others.
Beyond this site, you can find me on the internet. There's a couple other mediums that you might enjoy too, where I post occasionally.
I publish to the DEV Community, check it out for a great community of like-minded devs, you'll discover discussions and perhaps some work in progress findings.
I also created benevolent(self) on substack as an ongoing guide to staying healthy and productive as a developer. You'll find tools on how avoid burnout and be a better professional.