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re: How do you name your tests?
In Python land I typically name my methods test_[method und...
re: Coding Concepts! Cyclomatic Complexity
Hmmm, the cyclomatic complexity M of a given function is M ...
re: Form habits by making the right thing easiest
When a change is "trivially small" (a rarity), leaving just...
re: Form habits by making the right thing easiest
Eh, I disagree. It helps me a lot because it makes me try t...
re: How do you manage your dotfiles across multiple and/or new developer machines?
Hmmmm I like this enough that I might do it too. Right now ...
re: How do you manage your dotfiles across multiple and/or new developer machines?
That's exactly what I do!
re: What was your win this week?
This week, we shipped a release of an open source Python pa...
re: A flexible approach to Python API client development
Awesome, I hope you do, even if you don't end up liking it!...
re: Truly taking time off: A checklist
Thanks Ben!
re: Which .dev domains have you registered so far?
Happy to have gotten dane.dev...Dane isn't too common a nam...
re: What domain registrar do you use?
I have quite a hodgepodgeβ€”Most of my domains are on AWS, so...
re: Integrating ButterCMS in your Vue application
I'm really glad to hear that Sylvester! I was in the exact ...
re: Using Python to Make Art with Math
This is quite intriguing! I hadn't heard of that sequence b...
re: Do you store your local development config in the cloud?
A dotfiles repo for sure! Many tools also let you export yo...
re: How do you explain open source to people who lack a programming background?
To continue the analogy, it also means others can corrobora...
re: 5 Tips for better NPM script organization
Wonderful suggestions! Happy that it converges with a lot o...
re: Be more productive with shell aliases
To each their own, of course! I also use scripts liberally,...
re: Be more productive with shell aliases
That's how ggpush and ggpull work too, but I didn't know ab...
re: Be more productive with shell aliases
Such a great point. Productivity is an abstraction layer on...
re: Feedback on Portfolio
I like it! Also subtle but adds a little something πŸ’―
re: Feedback on Portfolio
Don't stress about it, either! I usually have two modes: ...
re: Feedback on Portfolio
Nice work, I like the rotate effect on hover over the links...
re: Be more productive with shell aliases
Nice, I like the expressivity! named is definitely one my f...
re: Be more productive with shell aliases
Nice! My upr is sort of similar, but favors stashing existi...
re: What is Computational Genomics?
Real ELI5: It's using a computer to turn a really big amoun...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Jan 21st edition)
You're the first person to appreciate our terrible puns πŸ˜„
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Jan 21st edition)
I'm looking for folks to try out and provide feedback on ou...
re: Nice video: Mastering the Vim Language
This is a fantastic talk, really speaking to the strengths ...
re: The hardest part of being a leader
For me, one of the most difficult aspects is the constant t...
re: Hunt bugs with git-bisect
Thanks for the feedback, I'm glad it helped!
re: Hunt bugs with git-bisect
Thanks for the feedback, let me know how it goes!
re: Hunt bugs with git-bisect
That's fantastic, I hope it goes well! Keep me posted πŸ˜„
re: What kind of breaks do you take throughout the work day?
When I worked in the office, I took a full lunch and at lea...
re: Hunt bugs with git-bisect
Thank you! I hope the visual helps some people conceptualiz...
re: Any open source django projects to start practicing with?
I've also got a reusable Django app for incorporating Webme...
re: Any open source django projects to start practicing with?
None of these are particularly useful teaching projects, bu...
re: Give ligatures a chance
I'm a big fan of Fira Code and have it installed on both Py...
re: πŸ“¦ webpack secrets
webpack-shell-plugin allows you to run arbitrary shell comm...
re: Mixins for Fun and Profit
Well said. Mixins are a sort of design pattern, and as with...
re: Who is hiring? (As of December 2018)
We are! ITHAKA is a not-for-profit providing well-establis...
re: What books do you want to read next year?
I'm planning to (finally) read Refactoring as well as Relea...
re: AoC Day 14: Chocolate Charts
I liked this one quite a bit too! #!/usr/bin/env python ...
re: AoC Day 13: Mine Cart Madness
This one seemed like the hardest one so far on first readin...
re: AoC Day 5: Alchemical Reduction
Wow, I did not see the stack-based solution in there at all...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
Had a particularly long day at work, so got to the problem ...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
True!
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
My part one ended up looking super similar! #!/usr/bin/e...
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