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re: How to create and debug Ruby gem with C (native) extension
You saved my life with instructions how to add trunk ruby to ...
re: Personal portfolio: Gatsby vs Next?
I use Jekyll although I have to admit it can become quite sl...
re: What's the easiest way to create a content based static website
But that's true for everything. Is GitHub theme perfect when ...
re: Which Language do you Find the hardest ?
I have not. Why?
re: Which Language do you Find the hardest ?
Rust is a relatively new language which targets more or less ...
re: Which Language do you Find the hardest ?
Haskell and Rust are two languages which I really cannot dige...
re: Pimp your Rails Application
I've been meaning to write something similar - perhaps with d...
re: When things are back to normal, will you be working from home or in an office?
I've been working from home before, I'm working from home now...
re: How YOU can learn enough RegEx in JavaScript to be dangerous
Shameless plug, but I have a post about Regexes here at Dev t...
re: Send a screenshot of your Code Editor 📸
Emacs/Spacemacs, pretty standard setup from develop branch Do...
re: What IDE do you use for coding and why?
It's good enough for me, but I'm mostly work with Ruby, so th...
re: What IDE do you use for coding and why?
My problem with Vim was always that you start from scratch an...
re: 8 Hacks For Your Next Tech Resume
Also one of major mistakes in my opinion: using fancy gauges ...
re: What IDE do you use for coding and why?
Spacemacs mostly. I like how I can do everything using just a...
re: What is the most potentially-revolutionary software currently being developed?
While I agree it's good, I wouldn't say it's revolutionary, a...
re: What's your go-to stack these days?
I don't, I guess ;) We used lambda since quite early days but...
re: What's your go-to stack these days?
My go-to stack is to not have a go-to stack, but choose the t...
re: What are the big differences between working for a "tech company" and being a dev for a "non-tech company"
Many true things were already said, I'll add one more: feedba...
re: How much coffee do you drink?
I used to drink at least 2 (closer to 4) cups a day. Then, on...
re: Is it safe to use Disqus for my Blog?
It looks like Microsoft has control over your data in this pr...
re: Is it safe to use Disqus for my Blog?
This looks great. I've been looking to replace Disqus on my b...
re: Ruby vs Elixir
I already wrote about it at length in 2017, I guess all is le...
re: You Probably Don't Need a Mac
Well that's the thing with cars: so many makes. I wish I had ...
re: What's something you're currently learning?
Thanks! Yes, the idea of latest redesign was to keep things a...
re: What's something you're currently learning?
I'm learning to write PEG parsers, my current goal is to crea...
re: Iterating Through Elasticsearch Documents Using Scroll and Ruby
I didn't plan to, but I might.
re: Iterating Through Elasticsearch Documents Using Scroll and Ruby
Yeah, scrolls in Elastic are super-useful and it is great int...
re: A Modern Developer's Workflow For Twine
Interesting... I have always thought that graphic editor is...
re: Daily Challenge #171 - Ordering Beers in Poland
A challenge every author of any i18n lib out there should t...
re: Bye bye Postman ! Let's share your REST API calls in team, easily !
Cool, I didn't know that. One problem I see: we were able t...
re: Introducing: Timecard
That's really cool idea of a project with GUI. Nicely done.
re: What's your personal productivity software stack?
Thanks for mentioning Magnet. I didn't know it and since I'...
re: 11 Must-Know FrontEnd Trends for 2020
Damn! As a backend developer I came up with microfrontends ...
re: What's your personal productivity software stack?
The biggest single win for me productivity-wise was switchi...
re: 6 Github Repos for web developers you should have a look at
Nice list. Perhaps it would be better to use "for JavaScrip...
re: 5 Absolutely FREE Projects YOU should do to become a Full Stack SUPERMAN/SUPERWOMAN before the 2020 ends !!!
Rube dev here. I'd like to know your reasons for hating Dja...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
Yes, everyone uses it. And everyone uses probably about 10%...
re: What conventional wisdom in software is wrong?
That two similar-looking pieces of code must alway be abstr...
re: Advent of Code 2019 Solution Megathread - Day 5: Sunny with a Chance of Asteroids
I didn't reuse my code from day 2, instead I wrote a new on...
re: Advent of Code 2019 in PureScript - Day 1, part 1
PureScript, nice! You reminded me I wanted to try it out so...
re: Advent of Code 2019 Solution Megathread - Day 4: Secure Container
Wow, nice solution.
re: Advent of Code 2019 Solution Megathread - Day 4: Secure Container
I wrote my solution in Zig this time. Funny experiment. Cod...
re: Reasons To Use React in 2020.
If we assume that, shouldn't Angular win? It's older than R...
re: Reasons To Use React in 2020.
Although I think it's "use the right tool for the job", not...
re: Reasons To Use React in 2020.
"Powerful" suggests that you can do things in React you can...
re: Advent of Code 2019 Solution Megathread - Day 3: Crossed Wires
So, I see everyone did it like I did - recording all visite...
re: QuestDB - fast relational time-series DB, zero GC java
I've seen it before. My only real experience so far is with...
re: Advent of Code 2019 Solution Megathread - Day 2: 1202 Program Alarm
I can't believe no one has posted a solution in Janet yet! ...
re: My new Side Projects Stack
Oh, I get it now. I thought that for some reason you keep u...
re: My new Side Projects Stack
There are some interesting choices there. I was bound to ex...
re: Anybody keeping up with TruffleRuby?
It is definitely close to be production-ready. And it is pr...
re: What did you have the hardest time learning?
Yeah, borrow checker is a b**ch, although I think I mostly ...
re: What did you have the hardest time learning?
Rust. I tried maybe three or four times, I understand conce...
re: Apples announces new 16-inch Macbook Pro
Probably they have a patent pending already.
re: Apples announces new 16-inch Macbook Pro
Wow, dedicated escape key! If only other manufacturers had ...
re: Show off your Hacktoberfest Swag!
Not really expecting it to arrive before end of January, ba...
re: Getting ready for Sveltevember
Sounds interesting!
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
Is there some tiling wm for Windows as mature as i3? I know...
re: Read the friendly Manual, do it!
Hours of trial-and-error can save you minutes of reading do...
re: What Terminal Application do you use on macOS?
I'm moving away from ITerm 2 for Kitty. It is more rough, b...
re: Useful Tools: ApacheBench (ab)
I haven't used Windows in ages but as far as I remember, it...
re: Useful Tools: ApacheBench (ab)
I very much recommend writing your own ab as a programming ...
re: New Dev? Job-Hunting? Avoid These GitHub Mistakes!
"important part of your developer persona" - yes, totally a...
re: New Dev? Job-Hunting? Avoid These GitHub Mistakes!
I think treating Github profile as a portfolio is a mistake, ...
re: Simple Login Flow in Flutter, then Firebase - Part One
That's nice! Although I got a little mislead by the title -...
re: Why I Hate Remote Working (But Still Prefer it to an Open Office Environment)
Actually plenty of people raise those issues but then usual...
re: 📢 Announcing React Timeline
By the way, I think you have some leftover (wrong logo) in ...
re: 📢 Announcing React Timeline
Nice work, Steven!
re: Who received Hacktoberfest swag emails?
I didn't get the email. However, six day after completing t...
re: Let's discuss hiring practices
I'm scared of whiteboard interviews and quizzes about stdli...
re: Hacktoberfest Completion Thread
Well, it's done. No fixing commas in README this year :D (a...
re: Running VSCode On Linux: Hitting My Watcher Limit And What To Do About It
Actually, having to increase the limit may mean that someth...
re: What was the most over-hyped software movement?
JavaScript on backend
re: What was the most over-hyped software movement?
Bunch of smaller monoliths is still far better (usually) th...
re: I will now charge my clients a fee to support open source projects
Awesome idea. I'm not a freelancer, but I really like it an...
re: Sorbetting a gem, or the story of the first adoption
After adding all the signatures to the codebase (full adop...
re: I'm worried about Ruby future
Yes, I agree. This is not a call to abandon the ship. I jus...
re: Removing a Database Index from Rails Console
Why not just remove it using SQL directly? That seems more ...
re: An observation about UX (from a noob) - Twitter likes vs the rest
I never noticed there's a list of things I liked on Twitter...
re: What was your win this week?
I extracted part of one of our application code as a separa...
re: Phoenix Live View Debounce
Very nice! I was looking into similar approach, but yours ...
re: Why SvelteJS may be the best framework for new web devs
IMO Ractive hit a really bad timing. Just when it started to ...
re: Why SvelteJS may be the best framework for new web devs
Wow. I remember stumbling upon Svelte long time ago and it ...
re: Study of Programming Languages Not to Learn in 2019
Techstack are (probably) just a number of entries shown on ...
re: Ruby – Pattern Matching – Second Impressions
From what I know about Crystal, it has method overload only...
re: Ruby – Pattern Matching – Second Impressions
Thanks for giving a proper name for what I'm looking for. N...
re: Top 21 JavaScript And CSS Libraries To Develop Your Website
Pretty cool list. I like it. May I suggest for the future ...
re: The State of Ruby 2019: Is It Dying?
Well, nothing is the best technology for everything and yes...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I have never seen a company moving to another database. This ...
re: A tip for faster Rails Helpers Tests
That's great way to test helpers and also immediately see i...
re: What tools do you use for writing?
Boostnote when writing technical post requiring code snip...
re: Why Not React Native? Why Not Flutter? Why Not Meteor? Why Not NativeScript?
we're building a pretty simple native wrapper on top of a ...
re: Why Not React Native? Why Not Flutter? Why Not Meteor? Why Not NativeScript?
(full disclosure: I'm not mobile developer and my knowledge...
re: Reminder to follow the code of conduct
Here's the thing: common sense should be enough to get aro...
re: A thought on the overuse of hearts on DEV.
My thoughts exactly: either spambots boosting post to look ...
re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
Actually I don't like autocompletion. It can reveal far too...
re: Should you be using Discord instead of Slack?
Yeah, I tried Discord. Having to be in all channels in work...
re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
I've been using ZSH for ages (but recently without oh-my-zs...
re: What are the great function/method/etc. names in popular libs/languages?
Not sure if this counts, but PHP's T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM p...
re: What are the great function/method/etc. names in popular libs/languages?
Damn, I was going to post this when I saw this thread ;)
re: Notes on writing Service Objects
I'm aware of its existence (I even used it once in producti...
re: Ruby Segmentation Fault When Running RSpec
MacOS is actually notorious for breaking Ruby-related thing...
re: Rails quick tips #3: Adding a Gemfile.dev
Thanks for sharing! First question that pops for me: is it...
re: Ruby Segmentation Fault When Running RSpec
It's really hard to tell. In my experience segmentation fau...
re: Hidden jewels of Ruby stdlib
Thanks for these points. I didn't know about rational numbe...
re: I'm an open source enthusiast at Mapbox, the creator of Leaflet and 40+ other JS libraries, and a rock musician. AMA!
What do you think are main pain-points of leading open sour...
re: Solve the Cretan maze
Now I noticed there is a link to swagger docs, however it a...
re: Why I Switched from Visual Studio Code to Sublime Text
I don't know how is the situation today, but lack of proper...
re: Solve the Cretan maze
I just love the idea. Thanks for creating it! If I may sug...
re: Arch Linux for Devs
And here we are witnessing typical fanboy's response: Ass...
re: Arch Linux for Devs
I don't recall giving you voice to speak on my behalf as se...
re: Why you should deploy on Friday afternoon
We do not deploy on Fridays though for two reasons: the fi...
re: Why you should deploy on Friday afternoon
Oh yes, someone finally said that! I've been deploying on F...
re: 11 Mistakes To Avoid On A Technical Interview
Well, I came to this post only because of puffins so I'd sa...
re: Bootstrap vs Semantic UI vs Bulma for VueJS
I'm a huge fan of Semantic UI not because of class naming b...
re: How many pull requests is too many? Exploring a 2 PR rule
This is a very good rule! I think I'll suggest we start to ...
re: Ruby Concepts - Singleton Classes
This is a really cool explanation of the topic. I used to a...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better
But... VS Code is not an IDE.
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better
Meh... Used JetBrains (Rubymine) for about 3 years. Then mo...
re: Regular expressions: how do they work?
Thank you! Diagrams were created using Graphviz. Here I put...
re: Avoid Burnout and Get Back to the Basics
Ever feel overwhelmed by how much there is to learn? Is th...
re: An in-depth look at CVE-2018-8778 or why integer overflows are still a thing!
This post has bean featured in Issue #11 of Ruby Tuesday: r...
re: Dynamically filter data via URL params with Rack::Reducer
This post has bean featured in Issue #11 of Ruby Tuesday: r...
re: People that don't use Github, what do you use and why?
I use Github for open source stuff, because it's still kind...
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