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re: RESTful Security: Plug the Leaks! Apr 8 '18
Yep.It's always good to use a random string or a different ...
re: Refactoring is not so scary Feb 14 '18
Don't use comments. Instead try to name your functions and...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram Feb 4 '18
I'm surprised that no one has talked about using ord in pyt...
re: Refactoring an Overgrown Notifications Class in Django Jan 28 '18
I still think there's a major issue with your code, The vi...
re: Writing Clean Code Dec 10 '17
I agree with you. I also avoid compound conditions as much ...
re: What's your typing speed (WPM)? Nov 18 '17
80 WPM Wrong words: 9
re: DEAL WITH IT in Python with Face Detection Nov 18 '17
This is so coooool!
re: What are your code smells and/or best practices with regular expressions? Nov 14 '17
Wow! debuggex seems to be better. Visualization is really i...
re: Add Search to Your Static Site with Vue Nov 14 '17
That's all! A few file changes, less than 100 lines of cod...
re: What are your code smells and/or best practices with regular expressions? Nov 9 '17
Thumbs up for Regex 101. I don't think i can write Regular ...
re: I've seen heaven. And it's written in JavaScript. Oct 25 '17
I think i understand what you mean by Heavy...Heavy == Smoo...
re: Is git the be all and end all of version control? Oct 15 '17
Well i know it's not Sharding. but if you need a Subset of ...
re: What it Takes to Render a Complex Web App in Milliseconds Aug 18 '17
Yes i know it's something that's out of your control. I'm ...
re: What it Takes to Render a Complex Web App in Milliseconds Aug 18 '17
When you're in Nigeria. The HTML request comes from Egypt o...
re: Using git bisect May 3 '17
This is a really useful command. Truly i don't know git :) ...
re: The 4-letter-word word that makes my blood boil Feb 9 '17
Not too long ago. I heard it countless times in a week from...
re: What computer science concepts should devs without a CS background prioritize learning? Feb 7 '17
There are a lot of things to learn, But the most important ...
re: What tools do you use for CI/CD? Past experiences, recommendations? Jan 24 '17
I've tried Travis and Circle CI (I preferred Circle CI beca...
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