We've all been there, we're short on time, and we've just made a bunch of changes to a project and quickly committed to the repo with the commit message of 'updated' or 'amends'. It's helpful to exactly no one. Even if you're a solo developer on a personal project, writing a good commit message will save you stress and time. This article explains what the anatomy of a good commit message looks like, what it should include, and even covers what you should be committing (smaller, more frequent commits).
Craiyon is the new name for DALL-E mini. It comes with a much easier to use interface, with a couple of extra features. If you don't know what DALL-E is, it's an AI tool for generating images from plain text. You give it a prompt and it will create a handful of images based on that. They aren't perfect, but they're very clever. Some people have thought up interesting image thoughts, such as a Roomba in the Mariana Trench.