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re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days! (Days 4 & 5)
That's so great Rafael! If you start working on it and deci...
re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days! (Day 2)
Thanks! As for choosing, it wasn't easy either! I asked fo...
re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days! (Day 2)
Thanks! it'll look better (hopefully) by the end of the wee...
re: C++ image.h/ image.cpp/ main.cpp program
Something like this? forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php...
re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days!
Uh, I've been wanting to use Ludum Dare to work on a game f...
re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days!
Thanks! Yes, melonJS has been very fun to play around with....
re: My Hacktoberfest personal challenge: I'm writing a game in 7 days!
Thanks! I did some parallax tests with the different layers...
re: Which JS Game library would you recommend for a 2d side scroller?
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll make sure to check it out!
re: Which JS Game library would you recommend for a 2d side scroller?
It'll be a typing game, so desktop web.
re: What was your win this week?
I wrote and published jWhisper (npmjs.com/package/jwhisper)...
re: Top 3 mistakes you're probably doing while unit testing
Absolutely! Taking it too far and ending up testing tools t...
re: Top 3 mistakes you're probably doing while unit testing
Correct me if I am wrong, but I think if the test is spinn...
re: Crossed 5k follower! Thank you everyone!
Congrats man!
re: Recommend a science fiction
Must-reads in my opinion: The Dune series Asimov's founda...
re: It’s my birthday
Happy birthday! Any birthday wish you can share with the pe...
re: Who inspires you in the industry and why?
Thanks for sharing! Any indication why you look up to them?...
re: Who inspires you in the industry and why?
Thanks for sharing Stavro, I didn't know about either of th...
re: 100 Days - 100 Projects Challenge
Good luck man! Looking forward to seeing your progress!
re: Who inspires you in the industry and why?
Nice, thanks for sharing! I didn't know about Terry, but it...
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
Congrats man! Getting started is always the hardest part! I...
re: 🕵️‍♀️What does your home office look like? 🕵️
I work from home every day. It's a very rare occasion when ...
re: 🕵️‍♀️What does your home office look like? 🕵️
I don't... I work from a couch in front a my TV. Worst posi...
re: If you could travel back to when you started learning programming... what advice would you give yourself?
Very detailed! Thanks for sharing, I can definitely relate ...
re: What was your win this week?
Finally announced my new book series to the world (dev.to/d...
re: If you could travel back to when you started learning programming... what advice would you give yourself?
There is no time like the present! Although one of the bigg...
re: Working as a freelancer
By writing, I meant technical writing, as in mainly blog po...
re: Working as a freelancer
I literally had 0 luck in the past trying to find coding wo...
re: How do you ground yourself?
Amazing! I need to pick up drawing again. Thanks for sharin...
re: How do you ground yourself?
That's a neat trick! Thanks for sharing!
re: What was your win this week?
I started working on a brand new book. In fact, it'll be a ...
re: How do you ground yourself?
You should definitely take some time and check them out, st...
re: Native "Share to DEV" button is now on Stack Overflow
Congrats! Definitely a nice platform to integrate with!
re: How do you ground yourself?
Thanks for sharing! I'm a big fan of Netflix and every once...
re: What is the oddest JavaScript behavior?
Well, the concept of "dumb" requires a context and to be co...
re: How do you ground yourself?
Thanks for sharing! I'll definitely take a look!
re: What is the oddest JavaScript behavior?
Wouldn't you say that most of the "strange" behavior is act...
re: How do you ground yourself?
That's interesting! You're still doing something very much ...
re: How do you ground yourself?
Spending time with the significant other or kids (I have 2)...
re: How do you ground yourself?
Thanks for sharing! I have to admit that I'm doing really b...
re: What is the number one thing you look for in a new job?
That makes sense, thanks for clarifying :)
re: What is the number one thing you look for in a new job?
Thanks for sharing Alan! What does worklife-balance means t...
re: 4 Practical Use Cases for Regular Expressions
Hey, I'm no master by any means! I have, however, played a...
re: 4 Practical Use Cases for Regular Expressions
Noted, thanks for reading!
re: 4 Practical Use Cases for Regular Expressions
Glad to hear that Jed! I am in fact, working right now on a...
re: 4 Practical Use Cases for Regular Expressions
Thanks, I was too lazy to look it up :) Fixed!
re: 4 Practical Use Cases for Regular Expressions
Thanks for reading and sharing your comments! As for your r...
re: Three Tips for balancing side projects and a full-time job
Nice! This topic is one that many of us struggle with. One ...
re: 3 ways to use ES6 Proxies to enhance your objects
Yes! Once you understand proxies, the opportunities are end...
re: What is the number one thing you look for in a new job?
So, all of the above :)
re: Introducting RunCLI
Oh I like that! I would try to make them return the html co...
re: Introducting RunCLI
Interesting, so this would be like a Github gist? Or am I m...
re: What's your favorite data structure?
100% agree!
re: What's your favorite data structure?
Cool! I wasn't aware of that one! Thanks for sharing :)
re: The Dark Side Of The Magic
Interesting, I'll look it up. Thanks!
re: The Dark Side Of The Magic
Leaving aside the whole gatekeeping tone of the article, be...
re: Daily Challenge #37 - Name Swap
Yeap, a quick, little fun one liner. I love it!
re: Daily Challenge #37 - Name Swap
You mean like this? It would work for your use case, althou...
re: What are you working on?
Wow, that's A LOT! Do you take some time to yourself as wel...
re: What are you working on?
Nice! Sounds interesting! Are you planning on open sourcing...
re: What are you working on?
Awesome! Looking forward to that article! Building parsers ...
re: What are you working on?
That's so cool! What are you using? And do you have the cod...
re: What are you working on?
Congrats man, taking care of one's own mental health is def...
re: 7 Exciting New JavaScript Features You Need to Know
Nice list! Really looking forward to these. I still think p...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
NPM is definitely a very misunderstood tool! It is quite po...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Yeah, that can be a problem. Has it become an easier topic ...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Thanks for sharing and congrats on overcoming a nightmare! ...
re: What's your favorite question to be asked?
Mine is "what if...", I actually love asking that question ...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Well, I'll give you that having a single approach is simple...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Hahaha, interesting! I wonder why that would be, I want to ...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Asynchronous behavior is a really big issue for newcomers, ...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Wouldn't you say the "insane number of ways to do the same ...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Interesting take on it! What's your back-end tech of choice...
re: Practical Ways to Write Better JavaScript
I'm not arguing against your use case, I'm sure TS helped t...
re: The 7 best JavaScript date libraries
The Date object's API is not rich enough, I like to think o...
re: Practical Ways to Write Better JavaScript
Well, I guess I've been neglecting my TS. I'll have to give...
re: Practical Ways to Write Better JavaScript
Great read! While I do agree with you in 90% of what you sa...
re: Spread and Destructuring: A How-To Guide for JavaScripters
Took a while, but the article is now fully published!
re: What's your take on coding exercises for non-coding interviews
Thanks for replying, I definitely agree with you when you s...
re: Do you really need to know the algorithm?
Solving that kind of interview questions is something I alw...
re: Closures: Debouncing
Cool trick! I'm just wondering what's the point on changing...
re: Spread and Destructuring: A How-To Guide for JavaScripters
The article is shared! Just click on the link, it's free to...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Nice quick round up! Thanks! A quick word of warning, when ...
re: What's your greatest software development skill?
I think I'm a good teacher and I enjoy explaining difficult...
re: What size company do you work for? What's that like?
I work for a company of around 9k people world-wide. Only 4...
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