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re: What was your win this week?
Goed gedaan! Goed bezig hoor :-)
re: Which Mobile Backend?
If you don't have interest in backend dev and your focus is...
re: Which Mobile Backend?
Back when I started developing my first mobile app with Ion...
re: Which Mobile Backend?
Firebase? I've used it in the past (quite long ago though) ...
re: Growing Up With A Mom In Tech
Very well written, and the message "Would you pay your own ...
re: Sh*tpost: can we stop saying "syntactic sugar"?
I think 'syntactic sugar' is indeed a useful term (IMO) for...
re: Has anyone used Apollo Server 2 w/ Prisma?
Got it, yes Prisma is an ORM, from there site: "Prisma rep...
re: Why Every Programmer Should Learn Python in 2019
Hm I don't know, if you're not into data science then the a...
re: don't use git stash pop
Great tip, super ...
re: Has anyone used Apollo Server 2 w/ Prisma?
Why are you choosing Prisma, and not just staying within th...
re: 15 Git Commands You May Not Know
Fantastic article ... some of my favorite commands that I u...
re: Why the React community is missing the point about Web Components
Great points ... my takeaway from this is that comparing Re...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
You're right, the pages changes in Slimvoice are barely not...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
This is extremely interesting, many people are advocating "...
re: What should I use for my next mobile app ?
Given the fact that you want to do a lot with your CSS, it ...
re: Git hacks you should know about
I knew git amend but git reflog that's a cool one ... and g...
re: What was your win this week?
Do I sense irony? We can all say that we want to focus mor...
re: template engines still ignore the power of the DOM
I don't know, I'm pretty sure that frameworks like Laravel ...
re: Sharing state using React's Context API
Folks, maybe this is the solution ... medium.com/swlh/no-bo...
re: Sharing state using React's Context API
Yes, sometimes it can be refreshing to try something new or...
re: Sharing state using React's Context API
But I still don't see why people say that Redux is complica...
re: Sharing state using React's Context API
I agree with you to keep state locally within the component...
re: Sharing state using React's Context API
Good explanation ... I believe the new "Hooks" API also sup...
re: High level view and logic separation in React
I agree that it isn't against React design, as you know Rea...
re: Programming is Hard
Good overview! Virtually impossible to master it all, espec...
re: High level view and logic separation in React
I do like the pattern, but in many cases I'd be inclined to...
re: High level view and logic separation in React
Great idea and a very clear explanation. So would you recom...
re: Studying programming by writing glossaries
Great idea! Put them in a public gist, and other people can...
re: The power of mini habits
Excellent! Spot on ... you need to take little steps, and ...
re: Code smart, not hard
What are "real web languages", PHP, Python, "anything but" ...
re: Code smart, not hard
Don't think I agree, the traditional web programming model ...
re: Code smart, not hard
Fantastic article, some of the best and most practical advi...
re: Why Everyone Is Fighting About CSS/UX and JS
Aren't discussions like these about who is "better" or dese...
re: Attempting to Learn Go - Building Dev Log Part 02
Yes maybe it isn't, as always "it depends".
re: The world beyond React, Vue & Angular
You're right. Well it's fine if people create their own fr...
re: The world beyond React, Vue & Angular
But why do we need more alternatives? The developer landsc...
re: Attempting to Learn Go - Building Dev Log Part 02
Good tutorial but I wouldn't bother with server side templa...
re: template engines still ignore the power of the DOM
Well, isn't all server side templating/HTML generation goin...
re: 25 years of coding, and I'm just beginning
Great piece, thanks for sharing this (which I think require...
re: Are you all superhuman?
True, if you use something often then it can very well be w...
re: Do you still use a macOS app launcher?
I see it's 30 dollars now, maybe I paid less, think they ra...
re: Do you still use a macOS app launcher?
I'm using uBar (taskbar app for OSX), wouldn't want to live...
re: Are you all superhuman?
Ridiculous that job interviews put that much emphasis on me...
re: What new habits do you want to have in 2019?
Be more focused and above all be more 'commercial' and entr...
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
For a large part of end users, a "friendly" distro like Ubu...
re: Dead Simple Python: Virtual Environments and pip
Just started with Python a week ago and the first advice I ...
re: Why the heck is everyone talking about WebAssembly?
So the use case (for now, maybe there's more) is (1) speed,...
re: If you've recently switched code editors— How's it going so far?
I switched from Webstorm (and Netbeans, for PHP development...
re: How important is math in computer programming?
Yes absolutely, I don't know where I read it originally but...
re: A junior, a mid and a senior dev walk into a bar
What sort of baffles me is deploying a database change, but...
re: Freelancing 101: How to get started
Thanks for the writeup, some good points! I came across th...
re: ReasonML: getting started
Fantastic, very nice explanation of a promising new technol...
re: Where do you find conference CFPs?
Yeah right ... nice try :-)
re: Where do you find conference CFPs?
Totally agree! They should at least allow you free entrance...
re: Where do you find conference CFPs?
Thanks! Not familiar at all with the world of conferences. ...
re: Where do you find conference CFPs?
What is a CFP ?
re: 5 CSS tips you didn't know you needed
I saw a statement recently that "CSS is the most complex pr...
re: 5 CSS tips you didn't know you needed
Never ceases to amaze me how much "stuff" there is in CSS, ...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Never saw it before, wouldn't recommend using it. Too much ...
re: Fullstack developer is a scam term
Scam is too harsh, people (including me) enjoy being able t...
re: Let's talk about an unnecessary but popular Vue plugin
I agree with your last sentence - authors of this kind of p...
re: Testing 101: Introduction to Testing
That's an interesting take on the pros and cons of TDD ... ...
re: Testing 101: Introduction to Testing
Good read ... in my experience, organizing/structuring test...
re: why branching on git is wrong
This is not my experience, I think feature branches are a g...
re: Goodbye
Man, brave to confess that, and good that you decided to do...
re: Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails
Great to hear about your experience with both Adonis and El...
re: Introducing Codier - Front-end Coding Challenges and Creations
Hey man, incredible piece of work, posted a link on Twitter...
re: Spoof a commit on GitHub. From Anyone.
Awesome, didn't realize this!
re: Introducing Codier - Front-end Coding Challenges and Creations
Great initiative, interested to check it out!
re: 11 Painful Git Interview Questions You Will Cry On
Thanks, this is an extremely useful overview! Very clear .....
re: How would you convince your company to implement unit tests?
Simply by doing it! Walk the talk, practice what you preach...
re: Career changing
I'm sure it is overwhelming in the beginning if you're ente...
re: Mint - A refreshing programming language for the front-end web
Elm is a pure FP language, which is clearly not for everyon...
re: Mint - A refreshing programming language for the front-end web
Okay, so why not Elm? A fairly well established strongly ty...
re: Guido van Rossum steps down as Python's BDFL, thoughts?
I'm not a Python dev, but it's a bit sad to see the way he ...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Thanks for sharing ... great response from Amazon! Never wo...
re: Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails
I've heard about AdonisJS, quite similar to Sails ("JS clon...
re: Don't Drink Too Much Reactive Cool Aid
Wise decision, saving yourself a lot of trouble ... yes and...
re: Don't Drink Too Much Reactive Cool Aid
Haha, you're not a "JS backend" fan I see ... I can sympath...
re: What was your worst experience with a programming language?
I have no hands on experience with Scala, my post was mainl...
re: Don't Drink Too Much Reactive Cool Aid
Yup ... but Javascript gets used on the backend too, obviou...
re: What was your worst experience with a programming language?
Good one ... I've never used Scala, but I worked with a guy...
re: What are the alternatives to unit tests?
I agree with what other commenters already said - I think t...
re: Don't Drink Too Much Reactive Cool Aid
Good write-up, however if you use a language like Javascrip...
re: Yes, React is taking over front-end development. The question is why.
React is great but I've become a fan of Vue, let's hope it ...
re: Yes, React is taking over front-end development. The question is why.
I think Vue is definitely a competitor, they're being used ...
re: What I think is bad about Microsoft acquiring GitHub
Great article, detailed and nuanced, best contribution to t...
re: What's your opinion on Microsoft's GitHub Acquisition?
For now I'd say business as usual, no reason for panic. The...
re: Awk - A useful little language
Awk is extremely flexible and easy to use. Can indeed repla...
re: Awk - A useful little language
Nice intro/overview! Awk is great, I've used it a lot ... I...
re: Fullstack developer is a scam term
Yes, I understand and appreciate your points! In fact this...
re: Fullstack developer is a scam term
Exactly! Just what I was thinking ... couldn't have said it...
re: Guide to Properly Size Your Hero Images and Optimize Them for Site Speed
Thanks, that's extremely useful and practical!
re: Why I Switched from Visual Studio Code to Sublime Text
Good points, but I recently spent a day or 2 to switch from...
re: What Vue.js framework should I use?
I see, Buefy is a "Vue port" of Bulma right? At the moment...
re: What Vue.js framework should I use?
Quasar is not a bad choice, it's very professional and the ...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better
Atom is an IDE or not? Or maybe, together with a similar pr...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better
Delete my IDE ? No, no, no, no ... I would never consider t...
re: What do you do on a daily basis for your job?
Developing software, as a remote freelance dev ... web apps...
re: How I Find Six Figure Remote Software Developer Jobs
Yup ... also because the most of the tools/platforms that y...
re: How I Structure My JavaScript File
I first met a semicolon-less fan when doing a React project...
re: How I Structure My JavaScript File
Yes, technically it doesn't matter, the JS compiler will in...
re: Why I switched to Vim from Visual Studio Code
Interesting ... I'm using 3 different IDEs (Eclipse for Ja...
re: How I Structure My JavaScript File
Great ideas/advice, I like this way of organizing it! Pers...
re: How I Find Six Figure Remote Software Developer Jobs
Nice overview! By the way, I think that, within the "remot...
re: A Major Announcement for the DEV Community
Brilliant! When will it go live, tomorrow? Next step, you ...
re: My Mac Setup
Does it work as well as DaisyDisk? I found DaisyDisk to wor...
re: I am a mediocre developer
Brilliant! First part about googling code or solutions made...
re: Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax?
Perl ! And I'm also not a huge fan of PHP's syntax, too ma...
re: Create a SPA with Laravel and Nuxt
Great job ... what surprised me is that while Laravel "ship...
re: Create a SPA with Laravel and Nuxt
That's an impressive piece of work, a full Laravel/Nuxt int...
re: Git is one of the most brilliant pieces of software ever written...And other opinions on git
I think that what makes Git so great is its flexibility, bu...
re: Developing on Upwork: From $20/hr to $80/hr
Simple, but good, ideas. (the best ideas are simple!)
re: Why I Switched from Visual Studio Code to Sublime Text
At the moment I'm using WebStorm (for Javascript), Eclipse ...
re: Be good at one thing, not average at everything
I think I have to agree with this article! It can be very ...
re: My Mac Setup
Great write-up ... the Mac "tools" (or programs, really) th...
re: What to expect from dev.to in 2018
Good plans, great work ... you're already doing well, heari...
re: Why you should try Amber Framework
Opening a discussion: Amber and Crystal immediately remind...
re: How important is math in computer programming?
I'd say a formal math education is totally unnecessary for ...
re: What's your deal?
Hey that's cool, I'll check it out ... thanks! P.S. 5 minu...
re: My first portfolio site. Some feeback / tips?
Well, first and foremost I want to say, I like it! Yes, yo...
re: A Candid Look at My First Day as a Developer
Very well written, a good and fun read! It occurred to me ...
re: About Windows for devs
The shell/terminal traditionally sucks on Windows (I believ...
re: What's your deal?
One (I run a one man business - freelance software dev) Se...
re: Two Little Libraries
Pretty cool, shows how flexible JS is, you can really use t...
re: New Dev Year Resolutions
I recognize the 'impostor syndrome' but I seem to have it o...
re: The easy way to turn a website into a Progressive Web App
Brilliant write-up!
re: Organizing your life using Github
Great idea, the only weak point might be search, compared t...
re: Why did I choose the MacBook Air, as a full stack software developer?
Interesting that you chose the Macbook Air instead of the "...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
You're right, if you're happy with something and it works f...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
Okay cool, glad to hear that ArchLinux has so many fans.
re: Is git the be all and end all of version control?
Git is, in my opinion, one of the most brilliant pieces of ...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
Haha, I like that analogy, a taxi driver who has to fix the...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
I wouldn't really call it a hobby, it was something I under...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
I did it two times, first on my Mac Mini, second time on my...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
That's why I argued that beginners should choose something ...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
Agreed, it's about the quality, not the quantity, but so fa...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
Some good points but I've been a happy Ubuntu user for year...
re: How I chose my Code Editor
I'm using a hodgepodge of tools, Webstorm for Javascript (N...
re: How I chose my Code Editor
So how does that work, you need to run multiple instances o...
re: Why I'm not a fan of pair programming
Spot on, very well explained ... I believe there CAN be sit...
re: I think I love you
Understand what you mean, great community here.
re: How Much Does Your Tech Stack Really Matter?
The customer generally doesn't care about your tech stack b...
re: What tool/framework/cms/etc do you use to build your own personal website?
Very recognizable, it's called "paralysis by analysis", too...
re: DDD All-The-Things
I do like the repositories and the aggregates, but the writ...
re: DDD All-The-Things
Absolutely true! There's no doubt that many projects runni...
re: DDD All-The-Things
I've also made it halfway through that book. In my opinion ...
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