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Let's Make Software

Kat Busch

Software engineering tips, guides, and food for thought

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Latest Issues

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TypeScript enums explained

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  • Kat Busch

    I'm a software engineer with experience ranging from my own startup to Alphabet to in between. I primarily write introductions and tips for new engineers or engineers learning new areas, but I also delve into areas of interest or expertise.

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