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re: Politeness or Bluntness in Code Review? Settling the Matter Once and for All
Belle parole non pascon i gatti... ( Fine words butter n...
re: Tools I wish I knew from the start
wow. gitrkaken and glokraken look pretty neat!
re: Fear of Asking Question at Work? Never Again.
nice post. i am normally never afraid of asking questions ...
re: What Genres Do You Listen To?
black metal like Taake, Limbonic Art, early Burzum when i d...
re: Is β€œDefensive Programming” actually healthy?
probably I did not articulate my reply properly. I totally ...
re: Is β€œDefensive Programming” actually healthy?
Interesting article ( and very interesting blog btw :-) ) ...
re: Planning Tech Events with Religious and Cultural Calendar Sensitivity
Interesting article. I am always up for inclusivity and I ...
re: The kind of job application process that makes me angry
yep. agree. expecially the feedback part. if i give you ...
re: An async/await gotcha
dunno if it can help but David Walsh wrote about something ...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
thank you very much for your detailed comment. of course a...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
our use case was simply that we have different restapi and ...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
since many comments mentioned vault I googled for comparisi...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
no. no problems so far. process was quite straigthforward....
re: The kind of job application process that makes me angry
insults the applicant by implying their time is incredibly...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
true! :-) my main problem with the .env file is that even...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
in our case the credentials were not specific for users ra...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
the caching is nothing fancy. just a simple map where i st...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
yep. slightly more expensive, but i find the integration an...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
we recently hit the cloudformation limit too and add to sta...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
Interesting. Will definitely read more about it. TX!
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
Oh.. Wow. Not good. But how was that limit reached? How man...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
currently our lambda has not such traffic issue and i doubt...
re: Where do you keep credentials for your Lambda functions?
at first i thought that too. but then i found SecretsManage...
re: Do you really want to be more productive?
thanx for the insightful reply. will definetly read your a...
re: How To Rock Your First Tech Talk
Well done Helen. I have a " giving my first tech talk at ...
re: The Great Migration: From SQL Server to AWS Aurora
very interesting post. recently I had to migrate some tabl...
re: S.O.S.: you might suffer from F.O.M.O.! ( About Fear of Missing Out and Shiny Object Syndrome)
exactly. everything is available and luring us. and the wo...
re: S.O.S.: you might suffer from F.O.M.O.! ( About Fear of Missing Out and Shiny Object Syndrome)
yep. keeping the stream of info low is also important. i n...
re: S.O.S.: you might suffer from F.O.M.O.! ( About Fear of Missing Out and Shiny Object Syndrome)
yep. I am also always worried to become obsolete. Even thou...
re: S.O.S.: you might suffer from F.O.M.O.! ( About Fear of Missing Out and Shiny Object Syndrome)
ciao. si. italiano. di Milano. ma vivo ad Amburgo da 5 ann...
re: How I Write Online Articles
nice and useful post. my workflow is similar but i am not ...
re: Politeness or Bluntness in Code Review? Settling the Matter Once and for All
nice post. I am an Italian living in Germany. I can tell ...
re: 2 Months of blogging: Why do you blog? How often? How long do you take?
yep. this is actually what I am planning to do. I have a p...
re: 2 Months of blogging: Why do you blog? How often? How long do you take?
yes, I also have lots of topics I'd like to write about, an...
re: 2 Months of blogging: Why do you blog? How often? How long do you take?
wow, a 1200-word post in 45 minutes is very fast. but yes....
re: Have you ever quit a job without anything else lined up?
2001 I left my job as Team Lead in the Customer Support at ...
re: 10x Programmers: Myth Or Reality?
nice post. and I agree with this comment too. coding abili...
re: Do you play (planning) poker?
ah ah. nice. didn't know that. even though I must say tha...
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT?
very nice post. I noted down lots of quotes from the comme...
re: I'm a New Zealand based Data Analyst and Career Switcher, Ask Me Anything!
wow. that Β΄s very good news.. and I know I will not slee...
re: Tools I wish I knew from the start
didn't know that. will have a look. even though we switche...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
I never felt ashamed when working with such developers, in...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
ah ah! true :-) but i never meant that the 10x performance ...
re: 5 Reasons You Should Write That Blog Post
I was blogging for a long time in the past about completely...
re: Essential Career Advice: from A to Z
very nice article/list. i clicked and followed most of the...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
absolutely. same for me. one important aspect though is t...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
sure. that part is absolutely minimal. i just wanted to p...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
probably i was very lucky. but they were very good at work...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
I started the article with that exact statement. :-) as I w...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
love it!
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
very interesting article you wrote. :-) lots of links for ...
re: What makes a 10x Developer?
yes. this is absolutely true :-)
re: How Do I Start Giving Talks on Coding?
very useful tips!
re: A crash course on Serverless with AWS - Building APIs with Lambda and Aurora Serverless
Hi Adnan. thanx for sharing. it's very useful. at work we ...
re: Warming Up your Lambdas: Schedule or Plugin?
yes. with the serverless plugin configuration you can defi...
re: Warming Up your Lambdas: Schedule or Plugin?
hi. thanx for your detailed comment. i totally agree with...
re: How to fail a programming interview
The stage fright is always there. The thing is, you get co...
re: Run your Node.js application on a headless Raspberry Pi
this sounds similar to something i'd like to do. i'd like t...
re: Run your Node.js application on a headless Raspberry Pi
this post is awesome. exactly what i needed to get started...
re: Whiteboard interviews suck! (but you should practice anyway)
definitely. but we - as candidates - have to play by th...
re: Whiteboard interviews suck! (but you should practice anyway)
yes, but you are cutting yourself off a big chunk of possib...
re: What should you do after you fail the technical interview?
nice article. remember that coding and solving problems i...
re: What's your goto motivational quote?
"Being stressed means that you have a purpose. That you ar...
re: Tools I wish I knew from the start
thanx. i corrected the typos. honestly i dont know about t...
re: Tools I wish I knew from the start
thanx for spotting it. immediately corrected!
re: If/else or just if?
I'd definitely go for early returns. less indentation, the ...
re: How would you build a full stack Node.js web app today?
Lerna monorepo. React, Redux, Amplify and entire AWS: Gat...
re: I created a bot that talks to recruiters for me (and it's sooo good!)
this is simply genial. i stopped using facebook a while a...
re: Code Tip: Avoid unnecessary else statements
totally agree. less code to read, less indentation, less c...
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