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Jan 13: DEV Daily Discovery

ben profile image Ben Halpern Updated on ・1 min read

Hey folks!

I want to try something new.

Please make a comment to this thread with a DEV post that you think deserves to be read more broadly. If it's your own post that's fine.

It could be recent, or it could be classic.

And then read through the thread and ❤️ posts where you like. I'm hoping that the wisdom of the crowds can help unearth some great content every day.

The feed already works this way, but I think this could be a fun way to complement the feed for a different kind of discovery.

Use the post's link liquid tag to display it fully, i.e.:

{% link https://dev.to/devteam/for-empowering-community-2k6h %}
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And feel free to add why you want to want to give it more love.

Don't worry about whether you've picked the best post, let the readers decide if it should rise to the top.

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Ben Halpern Author

Let me start.

I think this post has the potential to make a real impact on how you are thinking about your career longterm:

Whether you are a newbie, mid-career, or a seasoned vet, I would be shocked if this read wasn't valuable and enjoyable.

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Ben Greenberg

This post I discovered this morning by Yechiel offered me some nice new tips to increase my terminal setup and efficiency:

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Shannon Crabill

I was going to suggest this one too!

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

There is some really awesome guidance in this article for being a more empathetic communicator:

This advice is geared toward writing documentation, but can be applied in general too.

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amananandrai

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is one of the leading technologies of recent time and it is making a lot of buzz with models like GPT-3 and BERT(which used for google search). A new model DALL-E was released a few days ago by Open AI which is used to generate images from text. In this post, I have described about Python libraries you must know to start learning about NLP this year.

I write mostly about NLP so you can follow me and read more NLP related content there.

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Levi Velázquez

Hi Ben,

Good initiative.

I did a post about coding best practices that can be used no matter the programming language you're using.

A lot of the time, developers want to learn new languages, did a lot of stuff, but don't spend much time trying to understand good principles or maybe just they don't have enough guidelines.

Hope It helps.

For anyone, I wrote more content, if you want to check it out, just visit my dev.to profile.

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Sandor Dargo

Doctor's wash their hands all the time to avoid infecting patients. We should always start development by creating a new branch, just to avoid time lost because of entangled changes.

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Vaibhav Khulbe

Last year I had a 'thought' (not even a goal) to write one article a week, consistently throughout the year. Guess what I did it!

Here's what my last week article looks like:

Here I tell you why consistency is important and what it can do to you as a person be it about your career or life. Lots of straight truths are there.

Hope you all will connect after reading this.

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Mauro Garcia

Hi Ben! great initiative!

I did this post for anyone how needs to build their own blog but doesn't have the time to build it from scratch. Hope it can be helpful!

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Pauline

Here's one for all the engineers who are lucky enough to get a chance to work with new/junior developers:

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Abdullah Di'bas

The Importance of Accessibility by Zachary Fetters


In his article he's talking about how it's important to make applications easy to access and use for people with physical disabilities.
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Shannon Crabill

Remembering which method to use on a Javascript array was difficult when I was learning. This post really helped me to remember the methods, what they do, what they return, etc and the visuals are a big part of that.

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Idris Rampurawala

This post which I recently wrote down is a special one for me because I:

  • achieved something which is not already available
  • got to know that D3.js is just awesome if you wanna customize something for your own need

Though this post didn't receive the traction, I feel one doesn't write here for recognitions but to help grow the community 😇

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leob

This one, because it's so different from most other posts (it's about astronomy, analyzed/simulated through computer code):

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Matt Ellen

Savvas Stephanides has some great posts on how to fix particular accessibility mistakes that have helped make me more conscious of how I can improve.

I'll plug the latest:

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Jesse Smith Byers

I loved this article and really thought it should have gotten more attention - such a great way to use a current event to raise our awareness of accessibility!

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Kristijan Pajtasev

This one is mine on the white labeling application because I remember how difficult it was to do it before, and how much easier it is now with CSS variables.

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Rahul

Well, I am adding a post that should be read by beginners and learners actually anyone because that contains a lot resources to be Front-end Developer.

Helpful for everyone: Beginner, Intermediate or Pro.