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re: globalThis is coming to JavaScript
It's a standard. So it will work consistently regardless of...
re: Confessions of a Conference Attendee
I think it really depends what job you do, what your confer...
re: Splice! Slice! Shoot, I meant Shift!
Pop() removes an item from the end of the array and shift()...
re: 5 Things I Learned in My First Week as a Maintainer
That’s great! A lot of projects will tag their issues at fi...
re: 5 Things I Learned in My First Week as a Maintainer
Ooh I’ll take a look!
re: 5 Things I Learned in My First Week as a Maintainer
Absolutely! And it says something that examples are so unif...
re: Hacktoberfest Completion Thread
I did it 🎉 Gatsby docs getting better and better!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks so much Ben :)
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks so much! That’s very kind.
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thank you!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks so much!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thank you!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Yay! And thank you!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks :)
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks for contributing!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks Tyler!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks so much!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thank you!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Thanks Jacob!
re: I've joined Gatsby!
Not DEV 😋
re: A Farewell to Ten Mile Square
A fun new opportunity! I'll be sharing it shortly.
re: Changing Jobs Before You Are Ready
Stop writing from my head. K thnx bye 😂
re: A Wrong Answer is Worse than No Answer
Absolutely. And the title is a bit tongue in cheek. You can...
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
I learned from live projects so didn’t do much reading, but...
re: Music to Listen to While Coding
Interstellar soundtrack is focus music. I say this a lot an...
re: The complete list of 30 Dev.to badges 🏅 and how to catch them all (almost)🥍
Nice :) Knowing what is out there is fun. I’m currently try...
re: Component Lifecycle Methods Explained
Stop giving me ideas!
re: Component Lifecycle Methods Explained
I suspect it's person-specific? For some, the coupling of s...
re: The complete list of 30 Dev.to badges 🏅 and how to catch them all (almost)🥍
I have 9, none of the exclusives that you can't get anymore...
re: Component Lifecycle Methods Explained
Thanks John! I found myself thinking similarly as I put thi...
re: Creating an Authentication Navigation Guard in Vue
Definitely another way to do it. So I had a chance to rev...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
“Code is for humans to read and machines to interpret”! Sti...
re: Why do beginner hate Java so much
I also learned on java, but there was a twitter chat about ...
re: How I Make Sense of RxJS
Glad you enjoyed it!
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
I’m not sure of anything quite like that. My experience wit...
re: How I Make Sense of RxJS
So glad!
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
Thanks :) and it’s only from last week!
re: How I Make Sense of RxJS
So glad it was useful for you!
re: How I Make Sense of RxJS
Interesting! I think for those familiar with Kafka that can...
re: Challenger Approaching: I am joining the DEV team!
So fun! Congrats Jacob!
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Everyone can have an opinion, it's good to talk about these...
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
Glad it resonated with you!
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
I tend to ask questions about edge cases. How do we handle ...
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
I mostly learned by doing with help from others. But this o...
re: How Architecture Improved My Coding Skills
There are some interesting books on architecture patterns. ...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Interesting. I tend to think of one liners as less readable...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
That's a good one! Thanks for pointing it out.
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Really enjoyed reading this. Thanks for your thoughts.
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Love that!
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Absolutely true. And given that I was trying to show identi...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
I don't know. Does it? I'd argue that it absolutely does. B...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
Haha it is! I don't think I'd made that connection before.
re: Human Readable JavaScript
That's awesome. Do you find yourself staying consistent in ...
re: Human Readable JavaScript
What a great barometer! Do you think you're losing sight ...
re: Nuxt, Next, Nest?! My Head Hurts.
Hahaha amazing
re: Nuxt, Next, Nest?! My Head Hurts.
Thanks so much :) Was a nice excuse to make sure I knew the...
re: Nuxt, Next, Nest?! My Head Hurts.
That’s a great way of putting it. Appreciate you adding tha...
re: Focus vs Focus-Within
That's the goal!
re: Focus vs Focus-Within
Certainly good to note.
re: An Introduction to the Hover Pseudo-class
Thanks so much :)
re: Adding an Emoji Status to Terminal (ZSH)
Yay!!! 🎉
re: Adding an Emoji Status to Terminal (ZSH)
Love the dates theming! So fun.
re: Adding an Emoji Status to Terminal (ZSH)
Haha, can we expect a screenshot of your updated terminal s...
re: Understanding Rest Parameter Syntax
Glad to hear it!
re: Understanding Rest Parameter Syntax
Yup! Check out this post if you want that example specifica...
re: Understanding Rest Parameter Syntax
Probably my most common use case is merging an array or obj...
re: Understanding Rest Parameter Syntax
I think once you know them that's absolutely true. But I wo...
re: Understanding Rest Parameter Syntax
The first example is using the rest parameter, which is wha...
re: What color are your office walls?
Nope. Was in the space already when we rented it. Guess the...
re: What color are your office walls?
Lime green...I have no idea why.
re: Learning Vue as a React Developer
Great write up! Though I'm not looking at the markdown sour...
re: Why is streaming while you're developing not so popular?
If you're going to live stream your process, which can be v...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
I've always maintained the hardest part of understanding Ja...
re: Splice! Slice! Shoot, I meant Shift!
So glad it helped! Sorry it came a little late 😅
re: Twitter's new UI
This one is good but there is one called "good twitter" tha...
re: Twitter's new UI
I have a bunch of things I don't love, but two functional t...
re: What's new and upcoming in browser land?
Firefox showing you why your CSS rules aren't implemented/w...
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
So the difference is holes in an array versus undefined ele...
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
So this is what I see let arr = [1,2,3] > arr[5] = 1 ...
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
Oh interesting. I just played around with this a bit. And f...
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
I wrote out a full explanation and the realized the snippet...
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
You're correct! But for the examples I put in the post it's...
re: Playing Air Drums in JavaScript
Everything you do is awesome Charlie!
re: Deep vs Shallow Copy - with Examples
So glad it was helpful!
re: Which types of loops are most popular in the programming languages you use?
I just published this ...
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
Thanks for catching that! I’ll take a look.
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
I’m so glad!
re: Let's loop - for...in vs for...of
Definitely!
re: Let's loop - for...in vs for...of
All nice points. I don't know that I'm in favor of them or ...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Thanks! I’ll fix that when I have a moment.
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
That would do it!
re: Changelog: Pin posts you want to feature to the top of your profile feed
This is awesome!
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
To the tune of Rihanna! 🎶
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
I know, right!?
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
I enjoy it!
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
It was a whole hour Nicole! It felt like forever 😭
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
Heh, you're not alone!
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
You're a better person than I!
re: What are you doing while twitter is down?
So far it's only us haha
re: Twitter's Down! Quick! Be my social distraction!
Haha, I think we published at the same time 😅 I'm going to...
re: Twitter's Down! Quick! Be my social distraction!
Hey! What are you do...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
That is correct. And yes, it's something that I likely shou...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Because of it being a shallow copy. let copy = [1, 2, 3]...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
All great examples!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
You're correct, I put my Java hat back on and shouldn't hav...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
So that example is desrructhring assignment. I look at that...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
So glad it helped!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Thanks so much Emma!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Noted! Maybe I'll get to those in the future.
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Thanks!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Oops! I think I meant to flip that around. Will fix, thanks...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Nice one!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
The name of a function and the number of parameters it take...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Glad you liked it!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Thanks so much!
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
It depends on the JS engine running, i.e. chrome vs safari....
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Definitely. My understanding is that this only applies beca...
re: 5 Uses for the Spread Operator
Absolutely important to point out! Thanks for mentioning it...
re: The Layers of Javascript
Definitely, all about tradeoffs.
re: The Layers of Javascript
There are a lot of good reasons for dependencies. Oftentime...
re: What was the most over-hyped software movement?
Can I say typescript? I’ve used it before, and know many pe...
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
Agreed.
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
So it looks like it might be supported by Edge? At least ac...
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
That's great! Glad it helped. I also have a post all about ...
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
Definitely worth noting! Thanks for that.
re: Introducing Object.fromEntries
Ah, thank you! Will fix that one.
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
Fair point. Been keeping these intros bite-sized, but I'll ...
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
Nope! New in ES2019. Map itself is ES2015.
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
I think it depends. The Mozilla docs actually mention that ...
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
Seems like this has some good ones! 2ality.com/2017/04/flat...
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
It's a functional programming pattern for sure.
re: What does your Junior interview process involve?
My interview is the same as my mid-level interview but judg...
re: Vue - Post-Intro Topics
We have definitely all been there haha.
re: Understanding Array.prototype.flatMap
Not that I've seen. I think the way to do it would be the s...
re: Vue - Post-Intro Topics
This is great Tyler. I used all of these in my first large ...
re: How many conferences are too many?
It’s a personal and professional decision. Know what you an...
re: Maps in JavaScript
Same though!
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
I'm not even sure how you triggered that! I tried the same ...
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
Depends what the shenanigans are! 🙃 And to be honest, I’m ...
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
Thanks for catching that. That was me throwing it in really...
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
Added :)
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
Apparently that’s a lot of people’s assumption which actual...
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
Missed opportunity!
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
For sure. Great to point that out.
re: Uplifting Stories of Tech Leads
That's awesome. Thanks for sharing. It seems like "acting ...
re: Demystifying Array.prototype.flat
That's what the final example is for :) arr.flat(Infinit...
re: Dot notation vs Bracket notation
Such a great idea for a post! I remember how much I struggl...
re: Destructuring JavaScript objects like a pro
I mean, it’s clearly one of the best bits of modern ES synt...
re: Destructuring JavaScript objects like a pro
Haha, we had the same idea this week! Nice post :) ...
re: Design Critiques: @pixmy portfolio website design
Hahaha, by then I'll have forgotten about it! Perfect :D
re: Design Critiques: @pixmy portfolio website design
Welp, this site has way more design than the one I gave you...
re: A Primer on SEO
Haha hey Ryan 😊
re: Do you want a design critique? I want to help
I'll bite Bryan :) I've been meaning to do a design overhau...
re: Why do recruiters hide the name of the company? 🤷‍♂️
I have a recruiter friend who told me that it’s in part so ...
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
We call the second thenable hell. I'm a fan of Promise.all ...
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
Definitely! It's in that last example as well :)
re: What do you want to be when you grow up?
I want to be a person who is present for the ones that I lo...
re: Creating Pixel Art with CSS
This is so cool!
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
Awesome!
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
So glad it was helpful!
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Definitely my favorite!
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
Yup! And that’s similar to the promise.all example.
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
Great addition!
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
Oops, this is what I get for typing directly in the article...
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Oh awesome. Will check it out!
re: 3 Powerful Examples of Destructuring Assignment
I think of it like diving in a level deeper. You use bracke...
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Oh yes, definitely an awesome addition.
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
I watched an awesome talk on generators last week. Not some...
re: Does this sort of consulting service exist? Does it have a name?
Absolutely. This is considered a due diligence. It's simila...
re: What's your work-from-home outfit?
Pajamas 🤷🏻‍♀️
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Haha, with great power...
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Ooh, that's a new answer!
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
You can't have 5 favorites rhymes! Just kidding, love it.
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Ah callback hell. Such fun.
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Understandably :)
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Always a solid choice!
re: What's your favorite addition to ES2015+
Spread operator is wonderful. What's crazy to me is how man...
re: What's the best career advice you can give in ten words or less?
Accept that you’ll always be learning. But question things ...
re: How often do you clean your monitor(s)? ✨
Less often than I should? 🙃
re: A Primer on SEO
Oh good!
re: A Primer on SEO
Ya, about that. It was meant to. I published there first. A...
re: Responsive Design and Mobile First
That looks awesome! Nice work!
re: A Primer on SEO
So glad to hear it! And best of luck with the transition. I...
re: Exploring Natural Language Processing with Alice in Wonderland
This is awesome! I know basically nothing about NLP and it'...
re: 700+ Web Developers Asked Me To Give Them LinkedIn Profile Feedback And These Are My 🖐️ 5 Top Tips.
Ooh, that's an interesting idea! And you want cfpland.com/ ...
re: Five Things About VS Code
Vs code is wonderful. And I just learned about the built in...
re: The Three Little Creational Patterns - A Design Patterns Intro
This is really great stuff Max. My recall on names for this...
re: 700+ Web Developers Asked Me To Give Them LinkedIn Profile Feedback And These Are My 🖐️ 5 Top Tips.
Still wondering where conference speaking fits in LinkedIn....
re: Introducing textua11y: A Color Contrast Tool
Thank you. Might I also ask why you forked the repo? To my ...
re: Introducing textua11y: A Color Contrast Tool
"Yuck", "it's not good". DEV is a welcoming and constructiv...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
There are screenshots in the post that we're commenting on ...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
That's not correct. If you import a post using Medium's too...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
Was there an issue with migrating the posts with the origin...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
I'm not sure that helps? Even if it links back to Medium it...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
I have not yet published anything on Medium, but had been i...
re: How I met your Gatsby
I'd definitely start with the starter gatsby project. Once ...
re: Those silly mistakes we all make
Laur...
re: How I met your Gatsby
Best of luck! I've actually written quite a bit on these to...
re: What is your favorite interview question?
I suspect it depends on the interviewer. In my case, I talk...
re: What is your favorite interview question?
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious :D
re: What is your favorite interview question?
Design an elevator bank. The idea isn't to code anything, o...
re: The Tech Career Guide
There are definitely a number of paths missing. If you have...
re: What are people's favorite podcasts?
I asked this question on twitter last week and got some won...
re: Are you a conference speaker? Share your experience!
I answered a bunch of these questions in an interview about...
re: Follow Friday: What DEV member would you recommend following?
So this is a weird thing to say, but I actually follow fewe...
re: The Tech Career Guide
So glad to hear it!
re: What it Means to be a Technology Consultant
Great observation :) I’d tend to agree. I’m not sure there ...
re: What it Means to be a Technology Consultant
I joined an existing consulting company. There are numerous...
re: What it Means to be a Technology Consultant
Not always! Sometimes that's absolutely the hat we wear. Ot...
re: Rewriting A Static Website Using Gatsby and GraphQL - Part 1
The starter template is really fantastic. If you use that i...
re: Aim to Never Stop Learning
Yes!
re: Aim to Never Stop Learning
Not books but websites! I’ve been learning some new CSS tri...
re: Git + GitHub Best Practices for Teams (Opinionated)
Definitely. Oftentimes tickets can be in different systems ...
re: Git + GitHub Best Practices for Teams (Opinionated)
You wouldn't have been able to tell! It's applicable at all...
re: In your opinion, what is the most confusing part of JavaScript?
Javascript has a lot of layers. Understanding what is contr...
re: Learn React JS in 5 minutes — A tutorial for beginners
Nice write up. Once you understand the creation of a single...
re: Git + GitHub Best Practices for Teams (Opinionated)
Great stuff! I might add that if you're tracking issues it'...
re: Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Web Development
You typically aren't starting projects from scratch is such...
re: The #DevDiscuss Community Talk Digital Health and Addiction
Haha, apparently I had a lot to say last night. Great write...
re: Moving Past Tutorials: 8 Tips for Problem Solving
Great post! It's amazing how many simple, repeatable concep...
re: Honey, I Type Checked The Children
I'm a big fan of static type checking! But writing somethin...
re: Struggling with Gatsby Images
So Gatsby image has a wrapper tag that you can see in the i...
re: Struggling with Gatsby Images
I’m not sure exactly where you’re having issues, but I did ...
re: GitHub announces GitHub Package Registry
It will be hard to pick up steam with initial adoption even...
re: Discuss: GitHub Special Event
The timing really does stick out, as Ben mentioned. It feel...
re: If you could change one thing about learning to code, what would it be?
Funny that you mentioned that. Ali has actually been doing ...
re: Good things happen to those that blog
I agree with all of this (even if I haven’t experienced it ...
re: Explain Css variables Like I'm Five
Using CSS variables is also a great way to enforce consiste...
re: 10 Questions You Should Ask In A Web Dev Interview
These are great questions! I normally ask about training op...
re: What's With All the Props Anyway?
Why thank you!
re: Moving Past Tutorials: Pseudocode
Love all the different examples. And the reminder to consid...
re: About Teaching & Learning
I love teaching! It helps me come up with ways to simplify ...
re: What's With All the Props Anyway?
We all are. We listen to the tutorials that say "use this l...
re: What's With All the Props Anyway?
Always leave the comment! Extra content in commens is what ...
re: Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!
So glad it resonated with you!
re: What's With All the Props Anyway?
Absolutely! And a great thing to point out. I wanted to foc...
re: What I would look for in a junior developer
I enjoy what I do. I put a considerable amount of time into...
re: What I would look for in a junior developer
I have to say this answer disappoints me. Being a developer...
re: The Best Deep Work Soundtrack
Yup, the Interstellar score is perfection for working!
re: Thoughts on legacy code, diversity and inclusion
I'll admit to having written a snarky comment about hating ...
re: A laundry list of things I never heard of from bootcamp
The best thing you can do when learning to code is learning...
re: Build a 💣 Bomb-Diggity Technical Presentation (🎤 Mic Drop Optional)
I was recently introduced to mdx which allows you to write ...
re: Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!
Definitely an important thing to know. I tried to keep it b...
re: What is professional software development?
I think there is a big difference between the question prop...
re: What are your favorite programming metaphors for non-technical folks?
@editingemily has an awesome one about containers being li...
re: Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!
Definitely. Another nice piece of syntax to understand.
re: Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!
So this is defining a component that can then be used on mu...
re: Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!
Thank you so much!
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