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re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Feb 4th edition) Feb 5
If you're interested in getting behind the scenes of web fr...
re: Notable: The markdown-based note-taking app that doesn't suck Jan 2
I just gave this a shot yesterday. It is indeed a very-well...
re: norris-cli Dec 28 '18
Fun one! Well done on releasing to PyPI. ๐Ÿ‘
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 27 '18
But is it truly? :-) Could it be a bunch of communicating ...
re: Poll: Do You Know What "Idempotent" Means? Dec 27 '18
I already knew what "idempotent" meant from a mathematical ...
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 27 '18
Absolutely โ€” as some say, async is "all-in". As you pointe...
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 27 '18
Brilliant; thanks for the very kind words! ๐Ÿ™Œ Iโ€™ve found asy...
re: Dependency Injection with Import Hooks in Python 3 Dec 27 '18
Interesting post! Thanks. Have you tried seeing how static...
re: Navigating the Terminal via `pushd` and `popd` commands Dec 25 '18
Brilliant. I didnโ€™t know about this. Thanks!
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 25 '18
True that it can be hard to find the time. That said, open ...
re: Asyncio, the invincible Dec 24 '18
Sure! Async can be tough to wrap oneโ€™s head around, so it w...
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 24 '18
Thanks! The Spanish translation is exactly the origin of th...
re: How I Built A Python Web Framework And Became An Open Source Maintainer Dec 24 '18
Hey, great to hear! Glad you enjoyed it. :)
re: Asyncio, the invincible Dec 22 '18
It seems Python asynchronous programming is gaining momentu...
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Nov 19 '18
Thanks for sharing your approach :) I also used it in some ...
re: SQL 101: All about SQL JOINs Nov 18 '18
I think a high-level B-tree explanation would be interestin...
re: SQL 101: All about SQL JOINs Nov 18 '18
Yep, working with indexes is a very important topic. They c...
re: SQL 101: All about SQL JOINs Nov 18 '18
Hey, nice write up! I think another topic worth mentioning ...
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers" Nov 13 '18
A (lazy but slow) Python solution which hasn't even yielded...
re: You Can Be a Casual Blogger Nov 5 '18
Very relatable on so many points. I sometimes feel bad tha...
re: Embed parler.io Audio Directly into Your Own Blog Posts Nov 2 '18
This is brilliant. The direct integration into DEV is an ou...
re: What tools do you use for writing? Oct 29 '18
Great idea to share each other's setup! As for me, I use : ...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 29 '18
In Angular, I havenโ€™t found a better way to implement react...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 26 '18
The service system is really just a design pattern, I think...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 26 '18
Good luck! Itโ€™s definitely a tough time but Iโ€™m convinced t...
re: Help test the DEV beta app! Oct 25 '18
Installed โ€” looks brilliant! Well done.
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
Thanks for the tips! I might look into those, but Iโ€™m also ...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
Very heartwarming to hear your story! Iโ€™m glad you could ad...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
Glad to hear! Iโ€™m still wondering whether itโ€™s a good idea ...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
I never heard about Cycle.js, Iโ€™ll take a look. The issue o...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
Ah โ€” I heard about Elm! I once looked at the source code of...
re: From Angular To Vue: Feeling Like A Beginner Again Oct 25 '18
Thanks for the insight! Iโ€™m honestly not 100% convinced by ...
re: Building A Streaming Fraud Detection System With Kafka And Python Oct 24 '18
Thanks! Hopefully I get some time to make another article a...
re: Reconciling Dataclasses And Properties In Python Oct 22 '18
Hi! I do agree with you โ€” it is probably less readable, and...
re: 1-minute guide to real constants in Python Oct 21 '18
Interesting to see how type annotations can be used to impl...
re: dev.to Show us your octocat alter ego Oct 18 '18
There you go!
re: How to use Git stashes as a temporary storage Oct 17 '18
Interesting point on using git stash to save changes for la...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 15 '18
Nice! This is extremely interesting to me. I'm a heavy Trel...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 15 '18
Brilliant ๐Ÿ™Œ Really glad about how life-changing that sounds...
re: Put dev.to on your resume! Oct 13 '18
I havenโ€™t put dev.to specifically on my resume, but my blog...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Such a cool story! Iโ€™m pretty sure a lot of people use this...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Nice to hear! So did you just delete all emails once they'v...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Hi! Interesting point, which allows me to clarify something...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Sure, filters can be a nice way to categorize emails, and y...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Great news! Nice to hear :)
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 12 '18
Great stuff! Iโ€™m glad you find these tips useful.
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 11 '18
It can feel uneasy in the beginning. However, I never felt...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 11 '18
That's a fair point, honestly. It might just be that I am a...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 11 '18
Interesting โ€” so your emails are automatically archived as ...
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 11 '18
Fantastic! Can't wait to hear your thoughts.
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind) Oct 11 '18
So relatable! ;-)
re: Do students get to work with existing codebases? Oct 9 '18
I'm in a school of engineering that is not specialized in c...
re: Reconciling Dataclasses And Properties In Python Oct 8 '18
Sweet! I didnโ€™t think data classes would be useful to me be...
re: How does your workplace approach Health and Wellness? Oct 2 '18
Well, it was! Iโ€™m on campus right now for my final year of ...
re: Getting started with Docker Oct 1 '18
Well done!
re: Welcome Thread - v17 Sep 30 '18
Thanks for the reply!
re: Reactive Programming in JavaScript with RxJS. Sep 30 '18
Great post! The combination of theoretical aspects about O...
re: How does your workplace approach Health and Wellness? Sep 30 '18
Hi, interesting topic! In the London-based startup I was a...
re: Welcome Thread - v17 Sep 29 '18
Hi, John! Welcome to DEV! The UNPAID podcast is an interes...
re: Python: Still in favor? Sep 22 '18
Python has a special place in my heart, because it's the la...
re: Building A Streaming Fraud Detection System With Kafka And Python Sep 21 '18
Thanks a lot! Iโ€™m glad :-)
re: Getting started with Docker Sep 21 '18
Exactly, Docker Compose is a fantastic way to easily start ...
re: Getting started with Docker Sep 20 '18
Great practical introduction to Docker! Loved the many scre...
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Sep 16 '18
Thanks! Really appreciated. Do you know of any Angular buil...
re: Kubernetes explained in pictures: the theme park analogy Sep 15 '18
I heard of (but never dug into) Kubernetes before, but as a...
re: Streaming Applications with Apache Kafka: The Opening Sep 15 '18
Hi Alexandr, I haven't had experience with sinking to S3 โ€” ...
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Sep 15 '18
Refactoring is an on-going process, and this kind of slight...
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Sep 8 '18
Yep, this pattern wonโ€™t validate the JSON data you receive....
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Sep 8 '18
Cool! Glad to hear simple type conversions work. To my kno...
re: Consuming APIs in Angular โ€“ The Model-Adapter Pattern Sep 8 '18
Interesting point. I never thought that the generic type yo...
re: Transform JSON to CSV using jq in the commandย line Sep 7 '18
Discovered jq very recently and very useful tool for readin...
re: Python Mutable Defaults Are The Source of All Evil Aug 21 '18
Yep, that would solve it if your argument can be transforme...
re: Python Mutable Defaults Are The Source of All Evil Aug 20 '18
Yes, I would see that as a viable alternative :-) โ€” althoug...
re: Why I started using Python type annotations, and why you should too Aug 14 '18
Never thought of looking that up, but in that case, yes โ€” i...
re: #discuss What language do you think in? Aug 14 '18
I tend to think in the language Iโ€™m most comfortable with, ...
re: Why I started using Python type annotations, and why you should too Aug 14 '18
Thanks! It's a shame that Spyder doesn't support type check...
re: Why I started using Python type annotations, and why you should too Aug 14 '18
Agreed on the Numpy doc style! I actually found out that yo...
re: Repository-Specific Ignored Files in Git Aug 10 '18
Great tip! Definitely useful instead of polluting the repoโ€™...
re: Welcome Thread - v14 Aug 6 '18
Hi there! My name is Florimond. Iโ€™m a French engineering s...
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