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re: What's your most re-watchable movie?
KungFu Hustle. No matter how many times I've watched it, it...
re: The League of (Five) Extraordinary Javascript Resources
Dude, sorting algorithm visualization is one of my favorite...
re: The League of (Five) Extraordinary Javascript Resources
That is a good writeup. I used to watch fun fun functions b...
re: The League of (Five) Extraordinary Javascript Resources
Nice!
re: Issue building Vue app
Actually the file name doesn't matter as long as it's there...
re: Issue building Vue app
I think I had this issue before. Just to confirm with you, ...
re: Lesser known npm CLI commands
One trivia for npm is that npm isntall is a legit working c...
re: What gives you a false sense of certainty/security/...?
Sorry for going slightly off-topic... IMO anything with a p...
re: A Series of My Unfortunate Mistakes (When Writing Tests)
Glad to hear that!
re: A Series of My Unfortunate Mistakes (When Writing Tests)
Thanks! It means a lot since I just started writing two mon...
re: A Series of My Unfortunate Mistakes (When Writing Tests)
You have a point. I've mentioned in the article, maybe if t...
re: Any easy way to include tags in dev.to posts
You can use Liquid tags. {% tag question %} Here's how it...
re: A Series of My Unfortunate Mistakes (When Writing Tests)
Wow, nice catch! Thanks. I've amended the article.
re: If I could go back in time and speak to myself 5 years ago, I would say...
Sit properly and maintain a good posture, you have only on...
re: What is your favourite Git command?
One of my favorites is git add -p. It does an interactive m...
re: Convince me that types are awesome
If you're talking about Typescript, it won't catch them, be...
re: Convince me that types are awesome
One of the best advantages of types is that it lets you cat...
re: What have been the broken promises of computer technology?
Hahhaha, that's a good one, didn't notice that at first 😂
re: What have been the broken promises of computer technology?
In my opinion, I think it was a mistake in the first place ...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
True that. To me, writing a test without a context (especia...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
Ha, yup, another reason to test your code properly and main...
re: Code Smell: No AND in Function name
I might be missing the obvious, but couldn't you just do: ...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
Yes, writing tests helps me "rediscover" my own code as wel...
re: Tell me some useless (or useful) software trivia
In some programming languages, 0.1 + 0.2 doesn't always equ...
re: How are technical decisions being made in your company?
Whoa, that is one roller coaster ride (in a bad way). Sadly...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
(Tests) are like really good comments, but executable Fi...
re: How are technical decisions being made in your company?
How about the context (and examples) which is provided in t...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
I've seen goals of "100% code coverage" which isn't really...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
People use snapshot testing for convenience's sake, as oppo...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
My go-to for learning resources and references would be the...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
how do you ensure them test themselves are correct and 100...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
Sure. Ideally, yes, you can start with the tests, maybe uni...
re: Me: "I tested and it works, why do I have to write tests?"
True that. Same goes when you leave the company, without te...
re: What is the best way to improve as a dev during summers 🌄
I would say start looking at good first issues label on Git...
re: From JSX to Vue: my favorite templating tips
Ha, yea, used to do that as well before I knew <template...
re: Feedback on this new DEV feature?
whether articles that contain polls are allowed to be edit...
re: //TODO: Write a better comment
I cannot remember where I first heard this quote, but it h...
re: Avoid Burnout By Learning New Things
I think it is, and to me expectations matter. If we expecte...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
True that, not interested in React has slowly become the po...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Ha, true, I think the stigma of those mentioned have become...
re: Video: People like us 📹
Right here with you. Sometimes when I listened to popular, ...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Looking forward to the article! I love it when an article b...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
The language may be ugly but the mascot isn't tho! Yes, lot...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
I find it interesting how Angular does the scaffolding buil...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Speaking of that, have you heard about Tailwinds CSS ? It h...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
This! But for all the good things I've heard about Docker, ...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
I think it's important to differentiate freelancers/contra...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Ha, yup, I started using Vue around 1+ year ago from using ...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Hey, thanks for the insights! With frontend framework giant...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
A little bit OOT; speaking of NodeJS, I just watched a vide...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
tool that we think we don't need, and at the end we can no...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Whoa, TIL! Thanks for the info. All I remember that it was ...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
If DOM was not performant then shouldn’t it be the browser...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
I think what was missing from that fact is that the 1500+ d...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
I've heard similar opinions on how Vue is more noob-friendl...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
If you just want to try it out, create-react-app can save y...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
The first time I tried Python I was surprised that the code...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
True that, PHP is still going strong with Wordpress. What's...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
I once saw someone who is so into Vim hotkeys struggled jus...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Whoa, TIL! Thanks for the info about Docker. Will definitel...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
True that, about Angular. I think it has gone a few major v...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
You and me both on Angular. I mainly use Vue and a little R...
re: Can you manage a dev team and still be hands on?
I agree. The way I see a development team leader is that th...
re: Tell me a bug story
The recent one was about Highcharts. You were supposed to h...
re: Tell me a bug story
Haha yup, just like what they said when solving a problem w...
re: What's your coding origin story?
I was introduced to programming by my Dad in '98. I kept as...
re: How strict is Typescript's strict mode?
Whoa, TIL! Thanks for the info.
re: Introducing a banner generator for your articles on DEV
This is super! Thanks a lot. I would never have thought abo...
re: Hi, I'm Cody Ogden
Hey, saw Killed by Google before, really cool, I love the m...
re: What are the least intuitive fundamentals and best practices in software development?
regexr.com is better, IMO. And it's open source! github.com...
re: Simple ways to improve code readability
Ah yup, that is true. Refactoring should always be done wit...
re: Simple ways to improve code readability
Hey, that is true! My mistake. Thanks for correcting me. I'...
re: Simple ways to improve code readability
Haven't tried Clojure but boy that is a whole new level of ...
re: So, is it DEV, dev.to or The Practical Dev?
For me it's dev.to. It's whole lot shorter, although it doe...
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