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Top 5 DEV Comments of the Past Week

This is a weekly roundup of awesome DEV comments that you may have missed. You are welcome and encouraged to boost posts and comments yourself using the #bestofdev tag.

We love a good dev joke and this one @jmdejager commented takes the cake!

This was just on twitter:

where do Javascript developers wash their hands?

in async... 🀣

Now this is definitely a win! So glad to see some folks in our community are getting vaccinated 😭 Congrats, @yoursunny!

I won the raffle for a "leftover" vaccine. It reduces the chance of me dying this year by 40%.

I got vaccinated

Sometimes, all you need are some VS Code Shortcuts, and @equiman offers some really useful ones! Thanks for the tips 😊

Excellent recommendations! I would like to add this information:

  • ctrl+i also does the same as ctrl+space it was introduced recently.
  • When using ctrl+d and select more elements than expected, you can undo selections with ctrl+u

Okay, okay, only one more dev joke, I promise. But this one @hugekontrast commented really deserves to be highlighted! Pure genius.

Found this on reddit!
Recursion joke

We all miss travel, and luckily pics like these make the wanderlust ease up. Thanks for the addition, @manpreet!

I often visit Chail- a quiet hill station in Himachal Pradesh (India). I just love its stunning panoramic views and calmness around.

See you next week for more great comments ✌

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

Thanks for all your awesome comments, @jmdejager , @yoursunny , @equiman , @hugekontrast , & @manpreet !

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@jmdejager , you made it! πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸ₯³

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🐀πŸ₯‡ Jasper de Jager

Thanks to your traffic 😁

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Great things happen when you engage! πŸ˜πŸ™ŒπŸ»

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Manpreet virk

Thanks for the mention GracieπŸ₯°

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