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re: Is it just me or are we in a low-hype phase? Mar 21
Now that you say it... yeah I haven't heard about anything ...
re: I've Been Booted Out Of My Dev Role! What Should I Do? Mar 19
I have worked as CTO and some other roles that required giv...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week Mar 19
I totally understand yours and Emma's point. And also think...
re: DevOps Is an Evolving Culture, Not a Team Mar 19
I'm with you in the idea that you should care about the com...
re: DevOps Is an Evolving Culture, Not a Team Mar 19
I think that what you say is what DevOps was intended to be...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week Mar 19
In all honesty, as a European whos English is not his first...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 18
So, you are talking about the coupling vs cohesion thing. ...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 18
Coupling is bad because it increases the amount of code imp...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 18
Good idea! I will do a followup of this one with that when ...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 18
Thanks! I'm always worried about not making sense because E...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 18
Your company is not using TDD and you can share this post w...
re: You don't know TDD Mar 17
That prevents coupling on an implementation level but not a...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 10
1) Depends a lot of what your code aims for. It is an MVP t...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 10
And in that company I and the whole company was amazingly ...
re: Why I Mentor Mar 10
Sir, you are awesome. P.S: the mousepad is epic.
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
davefarley.net/?p=247 He explains it better than me.
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
1 - Totally agree. 2 - Price, I can have a couple of power...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
I just find it utterly ugly but it was more of a joke.
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
I like using them because I find them at a sweet spot betwe...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
Daily stand-ups serve the purpose of putting the team on sy...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
heresy!
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
you suck (sorry big fan of docker :P)
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
Of course you can, do not let anyone tell you otherwise. Mo...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
In my experience, more than 10 years, that is wishful think...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
TDD is the only way to create code that is maintainable an...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
Git branches are only useful on public repos where you have...
re: Nevertheless, Jenn Coded Mar 6
Quitting a toxic team. This should be framed and given t...
re: Visual Studio Code and its magic Mar 4
Wow, you sure did not help at all with this last one. If ...
re: Visual Studio Code and its magic Mar 4
Congrats on the first post! As another person whos first l...
re: 2 Ways to Merge Arrays in JavaScript Feb 25
I very much prefer the [].concat way because it's extremely...
re: How to fail a programming interview Feb 19
I have worked as CTO and some other leadership positions an...
re: My Workflow And Tools That Help Me Speed Up Productivity Feb 17
I love this kind of posts. Thanks for sharing.
re: ES6 Arrow Functions Cheatsheet Feb 12
I'm a simple man, I see arrow functions I click love. :P
re: Why do I have to use Dependency Injection in JS? Jan 27
I like that but I find poor man's dependency injection to b...
re: Add unit tests on a project already in progress Jan 27
That is why you use integration tests on the old code and u...
re: How learning to solder taught me Gatsby.js and AWS Jan 22
I need to know where can I get some fuzzy led kitten ears h...
re: Need advice: How do you write tests? Jan 3
Unit Tests: checks that the classes fan-out is according to...
re: Docker from development to deployment Jan 3
exactly
re: Docker from development to deployment Jan 3
Kubernetes or Swarm are only needed if you want to go the d...
re: Docker from development to deployment Jan 3
I would build images with the code inside instead of using ...
re: How would you go about applying for programming jobs is you have significant speech problems? Dec 31 '18
I would provide lots of repos that I worked on, let the cod...
re: Poll: Do You Know What "Idempotent" Means? Dec 27 '18
Almost ten years ago it was drilled into my head by the CTO...
re: Have You Been "Ghosted" By An Employer? Dec 17 '18
For many months after that his name was used as a synonymou...
re: Have You Been "Ghosted" By An Employer? Dec 17 '18
I have been ghosted after interviews many times when I was ...
re: Salaries Dec 14 '18
Take the Spain table with a pinch of salt. I'm in Barcelon...
re: Let’s discuss bullying in the workplace and depression. Dec 14 '18
Whenever I feel mistreated by a company I go to the manager...
re: What is your single most important rule for good software design? Dec 10 '18
Listen to the unit tests. A unit test should be very easy ...
re: My experience with toxic teams Nov 29 '18
In my country, half of that list is not toxic it is directl...
re: What is the future of software development pay range? Nov 28 '18
I think that this will continue for a long time and only wi...
re: Why I wear purple lipstick and code skirts Nov 15 '18
I got used to stares and subtle jabs of "Do you really bel...
re: Tips and tricks for scalable CI/CD flow Nov 13 '18
I think those comments are wrong and didn't got the idea. ...
re: Tips and tricks for scalable CI/CD flow Nov 13 '18
CI means Continuous (keyword here) Integration it means tha...
re: Tips and tricks for scalable CI/CD flow Nov 12 '18
How can it be Continuous Integration if it uses branches? ...
re: Is there a way to persistently display background jobs? Nov 12 '18
You can try first with byobu (byobu.co/) that is more or le...
re: How did you get your first Dev job? Nov 7 '18
It was the year 2008 and a startup was desperate enough to ...
re: Say something nice about another DEV member Oct 31 '18
@nezteb looks to me like a well educated and respectful pe...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 28 '18
Of course I know what forking is but I never seen a company...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
After years of working on several companies and projects th...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
and you fix it when is still a minor issue instead of a ful...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Build steps: execute unit tests. execute sonarqube analys...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Well enough if you have a well configured CI server and QA ...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
First, the analogy of splitting the canvas into 5 doesn't ...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Nothing is because git or branching, those are just tools w...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Interesting approach.
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
sonarqube.org/ Use that, for example. Then you put up a CI...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
This defies the whole point of Git which is to decentraliz...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
After your stuff works again, you do the rebase again and ...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Can you please elaborate? because the best and most tested,...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
In my personal experience PRs are almost useless unless all...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
All those premises are the same everywhere I worked that us...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
how do you run your integration and functional tests? With...
re: why branching on git is wrong Oct 27 '18
Because you guys were branching you had all those problems,...
re: How I set up my Git Oct 18 '18
Is there a reason behind not using zsh + oh-my-zsh and the ...
re: 8 books every junior developer should read Mar 20 '18
I would add "Object-Oriented Design Heuristic" by Arthur J....
re: The tragedy of 100% code coverage Jun 13 '17
There is a perfect gif to illustrate your point: 9gag.com/g...
re: Writing modern JavaScript code May 22 '17
"The reason? It makes the code more predictible, safer, det...
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