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re: Meet team Heisenberg, an inside look in a great team
Thanks for sharing this perspective, I never knew this. And...
re: Getting speed back, my Webpack debugging journey
In the section Module / Loaders, you can either specify an ...
re: Let's Build a Chrome Extension!
I think what you want can be achieved with a content script...
re: Let's Build a Chrome Extension!
Not sure, I paid as well when I published Catify. But in pr...
re: Let's Build a Chrome Extension!
Not any more, there used to be a $5,- fee you had to pay wh...
re: Dev.to Review #12: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed
Loved the episode, thanks for sharing! Also really loved yo...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Thanks! I've put your article on my reading list, I'm reall...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
I love the view you have on this, very interesting how your...
re: What It’s Like To Work Through A Security Incident
Great read, thanks for sharing this experience!
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Thanks for sharing! Although I don't completely with you on...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Wow, just wow! I really like the way you look at it and how...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Nicely put, this is a great summary of my intended message ...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
And if it's making you happy, keep doing it! Glad things wo...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
I think you hit the nail on the head by saying you owe it t...
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Love how you look at this, thanks for sharing your vision!
re: Keep learning, should you invest your own time?
Nicely put! In the end it's all about your own choice, and ...
re: Getting speed back, my Webpack debugging journey
Thanks for the article!
re: My solution is the best!
I think there are many ways to a suitable, and even great s...
re: My solution is the best!
I like the way you look at this and the idea that choice do...
re: My solution is the best!
Absolutely, I'm not talking about having fun with friends o...
re: My solution is the best!
And still, notepad could be good enough for what you are do...
re: My solution is the best!
Totally agree, there absolutely are things out there that a...
re: Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual - Book review
I haven't read that one yet, could you give me some insight...
re: Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual - Book review
I get your feeling, but looking at how I used to feel about...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
I both agree and disagree with you on that one. Clean code ...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
Thanks for your reply. I never expected everybody to agree ...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
I think we should first of all design for functionality, an...
re: How would you plan handover when someone in your team leaves?
Make sure there are no single responsibilities in your team...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
Thanks for sharing that article, I think it's a great deep ...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
Thanks for the response. I really like your point of confus...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
While a lot of guides give you these guidelines, like the n...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
Thanks! I found more and more that when looking at code all...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
I agree, I think that building too clean is a big part part...
re: Livable code, embrace the practical mess
Thanks, it took me a while to get myself to the point to ac...
re: Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With
Love your post! I totally agree with it, I'm a big fan of t...
re: How to Build a REST API using Node, Express, and Mongo
Thanks for sharing! Very interesting, I've written a ton of...
re: Amazon Athena vs AWS Lambda: Comparing two solutions for Big Data Analysis
Love reading the process you went through, thanks for shari...
re: Priority smells and professional ethics (part II)
I can't speak for others, but I'd love to read it :)
re: Priority smells and professional ethics (part II)
Very interesting, thanks for the detailed explanation! Look...
re: Agile Coach, a new branch of agile
My concern related to this is that to be an Agile Coach yo...
re: Some tips on naming in software development
I tend to think of my code as an extension to the existing...
re: Programming as a Job and a Hobby
I'm just glad you found your way. Does that mean you have f...
re: Why I believe most people should stop complaining about Google storing their information
I think currently nobody knows what can be done to avoid th...
re: Priority smells and professional ethics (part II)
Having the users close by can make it a lot easier to find ...
re: Priority smells and professional ethics (part II)
Saving time is one of the easiest values to out against the...
re: Competition with Coworkers
A little competition could be healthy, although it should n...
re: Priority smells and professional ethics (part II)
Great point you have here. I just read the first part as we...
re: Why I believe most people should stop complaining about Google storing their information
I think the key problem with the tracking is awareness and ...
re: Agile Coach, a new branch of agile
Don't you think this should be the next step in the evoluti...
re: Measure twice, code once: Hardcoding dangerous scripts
Thanks for the detailed answer. I totally agree with you on...
re: Programming as a Job and a Hobby
I can't say anything about the people around you, I don't k...
re: Donts and Dos for Conversations (and Interactions)
A lot of points seem like don't be extreme in one direction...
re: What is your approach to learning a new Javascript framework?
I find that deep diving into these frameworks gets me overw...
re: What backend are you using?
For our current project we are using a C# WebApi backend, w...
re: Some tips on naming in software development
I love the attention people are giving to clean code. Clean...
re: Measure twice, code once: Hardcoding dangerous scripts
I'm aware that sometimes there is no way around these kinds...
re: Sprint Planning as Self Care
That's a great way to keep the balance. I think the most im...
re: How many computers do you use?
I usually use my phone for reading small articles, browsing...
re: npm dependencies and devDependencies
I find an easy way to remember this is to try and think if ...
re: Building a Simple URL Shortener With Just HTML and Javascript
Thanks for sharing! I've never heard of jsonstore.io, seems...
re: SHE CAN CODE!
I don't believe there is any reason why a man should be mor...
re: Screw Your Passion
This sounds so familiar. Although I've found my passion my ...
re: Keeping Your Code Simple
Cleaning code while using lambda expressions can be challen...
re: Web Developer Security Checklist V1
Thank you for the explanation! I get your point now, althou...
re: Web Developer Security Checklist V1
Thanks for the response. But, assuming it is a public part ...
re: Web Developer Security Checklist V1
Love this checklist! Could you explain what the security ri...
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