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re: [Discuss] What if WordPress.org Died?
I’m already using my own CMS, Publ. Previously I was using ...
re: Please review my portfolio and my resume
Your portfolio looks way better now! Although the images in...
re: Where do I go from here?
Yes. But what jobs might those be? That was entirely the qu...
re: Please review my portfolio and my resume
Linkedin I've noticed a few grammar issues on yo...
re: Where do I go from here?
It's not just a lack of engagement or a mild dislike for th...
re: Where do I go from here?
Thanks. The thing is, I'm already being very well-accommoda...
re: Where do I go from here?
Unfortunately, I only have a small amount of teaching exper...
re: Where do I go from here?
Currently I work in a small research lab at a university an...
re: Where do I go from here?
While it would be great if it were as simple as me starting...
re: What are some red flags to look out for in the first few weeks of a new dev job?
People talk about how great the furniture/space/building i...
re: CSS can do that?
You can use caniuse to see how well-supported things are, a...
re: My Misconceptions about the Universal Selector in CSS
The main reason why I use the * selector is for quick-and-d...
re: Choosing The Right Service For Hosting Your Site
Possibly worth mentioning that cloud providers come in two ...
re: JavaScript One-Liners That Make Me Excited
Note that list shuffle approach has a bunch of bias and doe...
re: Cool uses of the ::before and ::after pseudoelements
Ah, that makes total sense. And yeah I've been using :befor...
re: Cool uses of the ::before and ::after pseudoelements
I'm not really clear on the distinction of what one does vs...
re: Cool uses of the ::before and ::after pseudoelements
What's the difference between :before and ::before? I use :...
re: The Mega HTML5 CheatSheet
Why not lay it out in HTML5 to make it viewable on mobile d...
re: Why HTTPS Makes A Difference
One downside that people keep on overlooking: HTTPS everywh...
re: 10 HTML Elements You Didn't Know You Needed
So, one big thing I'd mention on this article in general is...
re: 10 HTML Elements You Didn't Know You Needed
Yeah, came here to say the same thing – img srcset is suppo...
re: What's your Wifi's name?
My main wifi network is busybee I also have two guest netw...
re: Flask vs. Django?
I'd look at things a bit differently: Django is a complete ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Feb 4th edition)
It’s linked to in the navigation sidebar.
re: CSS Smooth Scrolling
Thank you for mentioning the accessibility thing! I am (lit...
re: Learn to build a web site without using any frameworks?
I wouldn't be interested in taking this course myself but t...
re: What's the Craziest Question You Ever Asked on Stack Overflow?
For what it's worth, there is some merit in making a copy o...
re: Captain Marvel's Official Website is Amazing
I mean, the use of a framework to build a static website is...
re: Captain Marvel's Official Website is Amazing
I can appreciate the spirit while also criticizing them for...
re: Is Giving Google All Your Data Worth The Convenience?
Ever since Google + made some very creepy connections for m...
re: Captain Marvel's Official Website is Amazing
I'd be much more into this if they actually built it in HTM...
re: BASH tricks: The dir stack.
Ah yeah subshells are great. I mostly use them to gather up...
re: Do you recognize your code 6 months later?
Not even a rewrite, but attempting to write something the f...
re: Do you recognize your code 6 months later?
I generally recognize my code but often think, "Wow, what w...
re: BASH tricks: The dir stack.
A lesser-known feature of most shells (including bash) is c...
re: Intersection, union and difference of Sets in Python.
I agree that the long names are more readable, but Python d...
re: Intersection, union and difference of Sets in Python.
Them being bitwise operators makes them really easy to reme...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Feb 4th edition)
For a while I've been working on yet another web-based publ...
re: If/else or just if?
The second approach is nice if and only if all of your bran...
re: Why Everyone Is Fighting About CSS/UX and JS
As a user with accessibility needs I've been getting more a...
re: A junior, a mid and a senior dev walk into a bar
This is a problem in any database binding that retrieves st...
re: How do you name your git branches?
Generally I do contributor/issuenumber-briefname, e.g. fluf...
re: Style beautiful web pages without writing any CSS. Using W3.CSS.
How is this any better than just using inline style attribu...
re: what bothers you the most of being a programmer?
Sure, I am able to use a search engine just fine, but so ca...
re: what bothers you the most of being a programmer?
Something that bugs me a lot is the proliferation of framew...
re: what bothers you the most of being a programmer?
oh god yes, my parents still expect me to do tech support f...
re: Auto-generate a Database Schema Diagram
Oh wow, this is perfect! I recently started a job in which ...
re: What's the Betamax of your field?
It's the underlying protocol for Mastodon, PeerTube, and a ...
re: What's the Betamax of your field?
I hope so! My big fear is that developers focus on Activity...
re: What's the Betamax of your field?
I feel like RSS/Atom are getting this treatment with the pr...
re: How Did You Start Coding?
When I was 5, my family got a Commodore 64. We did not have...
re: Welcome Thread - v24
Howdy! I learned about this place from a Slack I hang out o...
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