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re: Announcing Open Web Components Feb 12
Are you sure you guys actually took enough time to think ab...
re: Newbie at bash scripting? Here's some advice Feb 9
I sure hope that 1) you have a way to rollback failing re...
re: Newbie at bash scripting? Here's some advice Feb 9
People make mistakes, and I'm talking about scripts used in...
re: Newbie at bash scripting? Here's some advice Feb 4
When writing scripts for automation and while testing them ...
re: Can't get engineering interviews? Try the side door. Jan 31
I don't "owe" anything, I "own" a company. Also you're not ...
re: Can't get engineering interviews? Try the side door. Jan 31
I guess now is the time for you to be schooled on how far a...
re: Can't get engineering interviews? Try the side door. Jan 31
Cheating? Are you deranged? The normal process of sending ...
re: Tweet in bold, italics and strikethrough text Jan 24
Well the only thing that can make any difference is HTTPS E...
re: Tweet in bold, italics and strikethrough text Jan 23
You might want to fix your SSL
re: Implement Picture-in-Picture on the Web Jan 20
Nah, typically it's based on the assumption that the user W...
re: Top 8 Data Structures for Coding Interviews and practice interview questions Jan 20
Oh man, I would never want to work in a company that believ...
re: Debugging Tips and Tales Jan 20
One of the most important things that is still missing from...
re: Implement Picture-in-Picture on the Web Jan 18
Oh god, this reminds how much I hope people stop implementi...
re: Interview with Ben Ilegbodu: Three Things That Compose Seniority Jan 15
In my view one of the more important traits of a senior is ...
re: Announcing HTTP View: one-click debugging for HTTP(S) Jan 11
So, you've built some sort of convenient toolkit for man-in...
re: Validate your passwords using Elixir and haveibeenpwned.com's API Dec 24 '18
Actually there's a small problem with the solution I sugges...
re: What's your favorite Vim trick? Dec 24 '18
<Esc><Esc><Esc>:q! 😆
re: Validate your passwords using Elixir and haveibeenpwned.com's API Dec 24 '18
A couple of quick comments: You keep claiming the "hash" f...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱 Dec 16 '18
I just don't understand why it's such a big deal to actuall...
re: What's a useful programming language feature or concept that a lot of languages don't have? Dec 2 '18
Having worked mostly with Elm, Python and Go lately, there'...
re: Improve Your Windows Development Environment Nov 14 '18
Definitely Chocolatey's worst part is that it's still so li...
re: Improve Your Windows Development Environment Nov 14 '18
Hyper had such incomprehensible bugs with it's node environ...
re: Improve Your Windows Development Environment Nov 14 '18
I wish Chocolatey was better, but it's just annoying to me ...
re: A Case Against Switches Nov 11 '18
If you want something like that, it really seems much less ...
re: What Are Your Favorite/Current Mouse and Keyboard Setups? Nov 11 '18
Oh and it really irritates me that the trend in keyboards i...
re: What Are Your Favorite/Current Mouse and Keyboard Setups? Nov 11 '18
I wish there was such a thing as a good keyboard, but I've ...
re: Developer eXperience. How I missed it before? Nov 5 '18
Parts of Developer Experience: Sign up and login to your ...
re: My External Display Setup Nov 4 '18
I regularly have conversations about the things I'm working...
re: Setting up a company's IT Nov 3 '18
However, all of your numbered advantages are possible with...
re: Setting up a company's IT Nov 3 '18
A password you can't remember is not a good password. Mo...
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage Nov 1 '18
Well, it doesn't necessarily work. One way is to keep short...
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage Nov 1 '18
cookies are inherently stateful because they require sessi...
re: Handling complex MVC applications - How to scale and avoid Controller chaos Oct 30 '18
I just spotted the private keyword in your code, which trig...
re: 10 Things to Start Doing in Technical Interviews Oct 12 '18
Discounting this one? Where exactly did I do that? Also I'm...
re: Where are the old developers? Oct 11 '18
Oh, sorry. I'm tired and probably on a bad mood and just as...
re: Where are the old developers? Oct 11 '18
Sounds like you're trying to make some remark with this, bu...
re: Where are the old developers? Oct 11 '18
I have no idea what you're on about. "many" != "all" I've...
re: 10 Things to Start Doing in Technical Interviews Oct 11 '18
Nowadays I'm starting to think technical interviews are onl...
re: Where are the old developers? Oct 10 '18
Yea, if you happen to be one of the people capable of and i...
re: Where are the old developers? Oct 10 '18
Quite a few people in the programming world are not passion...
re: How to Better Watch Your AWS Costs Before You Forget Oct 9 '18
Really one reason why AWS is so bad is it's pricing. Both G...
re: Vim for starters - the minimum you need to know Oct 9 '18
The minimum you need to know is <Esc><Esc>&l...
re: Do you copy and paste code from Stack Overflow? Oct 4 '18
I generally try to look up answers on Stack Overflow more f...
re: 99.9% uptime static site deployment with Cloudflare and AWS S3 Oct 4 '18
with GitHub pages, you should keep in the repository compi...
re: 99.9% uptime static site deployment with Cloudflare and AWS S3 Oct 3 '18
Is there any benefit in this set up over just using GitHub ...
re: Freelancers, do you host and maintain client websites? Why or why not? Oct 2 '18
I can recommend and set up a hosting environment for client...
re: Why I have chosen to join the ClassicPress project Oct 1 '18
Yea my point is really that this is not an article of any k...
re: Why I have chosen to join the ClassicPress project Sep 30 '18
What do you mean "appeared first"? It's still not appearing...
re: How to add HTTPS to your GitHub hosted blog Sep 30 '18
Since you use GitHub Pages they literally have a checkbox t...
re: A good reason not to use OAuth only accounts in your apps Sep 30 '18
How about "simply" social + 2FA? Google Authenticator &...
re: A crash course on Serverless with AWS - Image resize on-the-fly with Lambda and S3 Sep 28 '18
Well, you built it, and you will have to maintain it.
re: A crash course on Serverless with AWS - Image resize on-the-fly with Lambda and S3 Sep 27 '18
Personally I've found kraken.io/ to be a perfect service fo...
re: 16 free tools & services that any developer should use Sep 26 '18
My additions. Online/cross-platform: GitKraken: Another...
re: How Do Objects Work In JavaScript? Sep 26 '18
Your first code block has mismatching quotes which causes i...
re: What do you look for in a browser? Sep 26 '18
Well, as far as I know - and I could be wrong - electron re...
re: What do you look for in a browser? Sep 26 '18
Btw, Brave has some cool ideas. It basically just fails me ...
re: What do you look for in a browser? Sep 26 '18
I'll be echoing Ben Halpern's concerns, and adding that ove...
re: Is it good or bad practice make developers pay money for his bugs? Sep 26 '18
Any workplace trying to publicly shame people in any way wi...
re: How much it Costs to Run a Mass Emailing Platform built using AWS Lambda? Sep 26 '18
$0 + $4.10 + $0.02 = $49.44 Sounds like you skipped a fe...
re: JSON, JSON, JSON Sep 25 '18
Given example just demonstrates how s-expressions would lo...
re: JSON, JSON, JSON Sep 25 '18
I really hope you wouldn't use arrays to represent that kin...
re: How to Improve Your Development Experience Sep 24 '18
There's a difference between "dependency" and "convenience"...
re: How to Improve Your Development Experience Sep 24 '18
Oh and I forgot to mention: stop drinking coffee. One of t...
re: How to Improve Your Development Experience Sep 24 '18
One thing that seems to be missing is spending time looking...
re: Web Developer Security Checklist V2 Sep 23 '18
GDPR is such an opaque beast it's hard to come up with clea...
re: Web Developer Security Checklist V2 Sep 22 '18
You're actually missing quite a bit of the requirements by ...
re: MongoDB has no use case Sep 22 '18
I don't really see how missing fields are better than fiel...
re: Python: Still in favor? Sep 17 '18
I've been an active user of Python for maybe 5+ years (and ...
re: How to Learn to Learn to Code Sep 17 '18
Instead of saying "It doesn't work", try "I didn't do it r...
re: What are the hardest programming languages you have ever learned? Sep 12 '18
Likely C++, and not because the language is supposed to be ...
re: Bash from scratch: learn enough bash to write your own scripts Sep 12 '18
Just as a quick comment - you should check out actual provi...
re: Bash from scratch: learn enough bash to write your own scripts Sep 11 '18
Oh, another thing I just noticed. Generally people like to ...
re: Bash from scratch: learn enough bash to write your own scripts Sep 11 '18
Both are definitely valid options, just if you want to writ...
re: Bash from scratch: learn enough bash to write your own scripts Sep 11 '18
Instead of referring to some online articles on test condit...
re: Bash from scratch: learn enough bash to write your own scripts Sep 11 '18
#!/usr/bin/env sh You might want to consider replacing s...
re: Why Git instead of SVN Sep 7 '18
"Then there are special cases (e.g. games etc.) where somet...
re: Why Git instead of SVN Sep 7 '18
Even just a single person benefits from using a good DVCS s...
re: Elegant patterns in modern JavaScript: Ice Factory Sep 5 '18
I would also argue that overriding methods and magically c...
re: How I learned to love unit testing Sep 1 '18
Sadly common story. I tried for several years to unsuccessf...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Sep 1 '18
Dude, nobody cares how long you've been programming, or wit...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Sep 1 '18
If you had an argument, you would explain it. No, and th...
re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? Aug 31 '18
Also why people build simple homepages relying solely on cl...
re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? Aug 31 '18
There are systems that aren't worth the effort to make them...
re: MongoDB has no use case Aug 31 '18
Based on that same argument (or a very similar one) you cou...
re: MongoDB has no use case Aug 31 '18
I dunno, I feel it's more common for people to over-abuse R...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Aug 31 '18
Hardly. There's simply a point where an argument becomes po...
re: MongoDB has no use case Aug 31 '18
You mean, from the point of view of scaling? Otherwise, I ...
re: MongoDB has no use case Aug 30 '18
My 2 cents: MongoDB is great for quick prototyping. You wa...
re: MongoDB has no use case Aug 30 '18
ACID is out in MongoDB 4.0 mongodb.com/blog/post/multi-doc...
re: Elegant patterns in modern JavaScript: Ice Factory Aug 29 '18
I don't get this fear people have about their code being ma...
re: The Value of Creativity in Web Development | Part 2 | Connecting with the User Aug 29 '18
Yea, too many people have taken up the Linus Torvalds metho...
re: Which browsers should I try to support when creating a portfolio? Aug 26 '18
I've been starting of thinking more about Brave recently, a...
re: Which browsers should I try to support when creating a portfolio? Aug 26 '18
I'm mostly lazy and generally build just for Chrome, if it ...
re: Elm 0.19 Broke Us 💔 Aug 26 '18
I believe the reasoning for this was that the FP people wil...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 24 '18
Some of what you say has a point. Yes, claiming Python is c...
re: Elm 0.19 Broke Us 💔 Aug 23 '18
Minor but indicative: Evan has posted many times telling u...
re: Switching the lights on: Hugo vs Hugo config files Aug 23 '18
Yea, nowadays GitHub Pages supports HTTPS with custom domai...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
Your argument is quickly devolving into random ramblings. ...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
Sooo if you have significant CPU & RAM constraints, lik...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
Honestly I don't much care if my browser/IDE takes half a g...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
Also as a personal note I do almost anything I can to avoid...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
People generally pay too much attention to "performance" an...
re: 99 problems but Python ain't one! Aug 23 '18
One thing a lot of people forget is also that Python is not...
re: JavaScript is almost pythonic Aug 20 '18
It takes more than a few specific capabilities to be "Pytho...
re: Switching the lights on: Hugo vs Hugo config files Aug 19 '18
You don't seem to explain any reason for using CloudFlare o...
re: On condescendence Aug 19 '18
I think those kinds of people definitely should stay away f...
re: On condescendence Aug 18 '18
Wordpress is indeed great for a couple of situations: If ...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Aug 17 '18
I'm too lazy to read past your first few lines as you're ob...
re: Logic of the JWT(JSON Web Tokens) Aug 16 '18
This is a very ignorant claim. The security or lack of it h...
re: What little things make you happy while coding? Aug 14 '18
Getting my team to use new tools I built to make them more ...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Aug 11 '18
Your devs will use their config.dev which is not committed...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Aug 11 '18
One fun thing is when you specifically work with languages ...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Aug 11 '18
You quote the "12 factors" as if it is your holy book, that...
re: Road to AWS Certification Aug 2 '18
I have no interest in your random corporate ethics discussi...
re: Road to AWS Certification Aug 2 '18
Amazon's usability is incredibly poor, the web console is b...
re: Road to AWS Certification Aug 1 '18
And actually, even if you do depend on some of their propri...
re: Road to AWS Certification Aug 1 '18
Tip #1 on AWS: If you don't absolutely depend on some of th...
re: Has type safety gone too far? Jul 28 '18
What bugs can you possibly make by "accidentally" multiply...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Jul 21 '18
I have no idea where you came up with this "best practice" ...
re: How do you eat yours: The Python edition Jul 20 '18
It saddens me how often I still hear of people running thei...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Jul 20 '18
it means you don't put your mysql password, paypal login in...
re: 7 Hardest Node.js Interview Questions & Answers Jul 20 '18
in your Q7 the "solution" does not perform the same actions...
re: Local development with HTTPS on OSX Jul 16 '18
After thinking of this a bit more, I really hope you're not...
re: Local development with HTTPS on OSX Jul 16 '18
I'm not even sure what you're advocating after reading this...
re: Event Sourcing: What it is and why it's awesome Jul 14 '18
Sounds very much like taking a programming style similar to...
re: Async + Await refactor, which do you like best? Jul 11 '18
Neither is very good, as you're doing nothing to handle err...
re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience? Jun 28 '18
Twitch and Netflix are really my picks. Really awful sites...
re: Technology Must Know When to Say "I Don't Know" Jun 19 '18
Actually the best possible prediction would've been somethi...
re: How can we stop age discrimination in tech? May 31 '18
The IT industry IS unionized, it's just the crazy oddball U...
re: I Created My Portfolio with React and Some Magic 🎉 May 17 '18
Just as a quick note: I'm not a huge fan of people using ju...
re: Do Password Rules Make Us Safer? May 15 '18
What we need is a Password Manager -requirement, so people ...
re: 1 min* to run a service in Kubernetes — kapp tool May 3 '18
In that case I guess the most obvious issue with make is po...
re: 1 min* to run a service in Kubernetes — kapp tool May 3 '18
Great idea, however I would appreciate if you used practica...
re: How do I get experience when I have no experience? Apr 23 '18
Oh, and for more specific advice on what to put to those pe...
re: How do I get experience when I have no experience? Apr 23 '18
Every job offer on the planet lists "requirements" that the...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better Apr 20 '18
Invest in a machine with a reasonable SSD and enough RAM, a...
re: Epic Development Environment using Windows Subsystem for Linux Apr 18 '18
Oh and if anyone is interested where is this UserVoice for ...
re: Dude, Where's My Search Box? Apr 18 '18
I'm not a designer, but I guess I could call myself "user p...
re: Epic Development Environment using Windows Subsystem for Linux Apr 16 '18
Have you actually checked if you can run native Docker in W...
re: Epic Development Environment using Windows Subsystem for Linux Apr 16 '18
Docker for Windows is often a very bad idea, as it requires...
re: My testing epiphany Apr 15 '18
Also often testing your code works is faster via unit tests...
re: Hello XML, My Old Friend; I've Come To Encode You Again. Apr 11 '18
Quick couple of comments: 1) JSON has no standardized way...
re: Dict Moves in Python Apr 9 '18
You could also just use dict.get(letter, 0). There's also ...
re: Do you pay for online courses or ebooks? Apr 6 '18
In my experience books tend to contain old, opinionated and...
re: Case against premade CSS frameworks (and Design systems) Apr 3 '18
Ah, looks like the poor comment reply pages made me confuse...
re: Case against premade CSS frameworks (and Design systems) Apr 3 '18
Well you're doing exactly the opposite of what you're preac...
re: Case against premade CSS frameworks (and Design systems) Apr 3 '18
Really sounds like you're the one who's failing to open the...
re: Case against premade CSS frameworks (and Design systems) Apr 3 '18
Don't get this wrong, but as someone with 20 years of profe...
re: Case against premade CSS frameworks (and Design systems) Apr 1 '18
One of the best ways to use any CSS framework is as a base ...
re: Smart contract bugs & best ways to protect smart contracts Mar 27 '18
It baffles me why in the smart contract world people have h...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
Quick estimate: probably fewer. For one it'd be easier to d...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
I think my comment had quite a bit more content to it than ...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
When you say "drastically" you mean "has literally no perce...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
In short I guess you could summarize my stance as: "program...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
"exceptionally rare" sounds like you'd practically never ta...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23 '18
Random thought along these lines, I really prefer my number...
re: When Should I Use One Liner if...else Statements in Go? Mar 9 '18
One of the most common uses for if ..; .. { } for me has be...
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code Mar 8 '18
For the browser side there is starting to be some hope, Kot...
re: So your boutique dev shop needs to handle Super Bowl ad traffic? Feb 6 '18
Just as a minor point - I really hate it when people keep b...
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage Feb 1 '18
On top of that, not all APIs have to be RESTful and assumed...
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage Jan 31 '18
I don't really understand what your thinking of stateless i...
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage Jan 30 '18
Yep, it seems to me that people started working with microf...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Jan 2 '18
Oh and if you ever have a legitimate reason to edit your co...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Jan 2 '18
I don't think you follow. "I heard X can do some refactorin...
re: Who said that VIM cannot compete with IDEs? Jan 2 '18
You forgot project-wide refactoring, quick navigation (e.g....
re: What are signs that you should quit your job? Dec 9 '17
Many potential signs: You find yourself finding excuses t...
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code Dec 3 '17
I would highly recommend getting started by trying a proper...
re: Handling errors like a noob Dec 1 '17
Error handling is something you get better at over time, bu...
re: Why Learning JavaScript Is Fun Nov 19 '17
JavaScript is fun until you realize you HAVE to work with i...
re: How NOT to succeed in your 45-minute coding interview Nov 3 '17
Glad you revealed Amazon uses the similar idiot technique f...
re: How NOT to succeed in your 45-minute coding interview Nov 3 '17
It's crazy to me when people seem to constantly give advice...
re: Why most Front End Dev interviews (#JavaScript #Typescript) are Shit Oct 29 '17
Oh btw the test: Make a function ‘sum’ that returns a su...
re: Why most Front End Dev interviews (#JavaScript #Typescript) are Shit Oct 29 '17
Technical interviews that focus on having a bullshit paper ...
re: How to securely store API keys Oct 27 '17
Yea it does a lot of things very well, and is built with co...
re: How to securely store API keys Oct 26 '17
Salt Stack - a better alternative to Puppet, Chef, etc. - a...
re: What do you Google EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. and never just memorize? Oct 20 '17
this alone should tell you you need to use another language...
re: 4 tips for mentoring developers Oct 1 '17
I just have to mention my objection at This is a stylistic ...
re: Advantages(!) of Dirty Code Aug 19 '17
Nah, assuming lack of satire I don't think it was harsh at ...
re: Advantages(!) of Dirty Code Aug 19 '17
Fair enough. I thought from the title that it must be satir...
re: Advantages(!) of Dirty Code Aug 18 '17
I have almost nothing to say that I could summarize in the ...
re: The what and how of Web Push Aug 15 '17
This feature as it is is one of my major sources of annoyan...
re: Why you should work remotely Aug 13 '17
I've been working mostly remotely for several years and the...
re: 3 Git Commands I Use Every Day Aug 11 '17
I really don't think you understand the concept of "extensi...
re: 3 Git Commands I Use Every Day Aug 10 '17
I have no idea where you read that Mercurial scales better ...
re: The obligation of a software developer Aug 9 '17
Indeed. There are certainly cases where I can say "this is...
re: The obligation of a software developer Aug 9 '17
To me this "find the best solution and not a solution" soun...
re: 3 Git Commands I Use Every Day Aug 9 '17
This post really highlights some of my pet peeves with Git ...
re: Share Your Experiences with Impostor Syndrome Aug 7 '17
Every time I start a new job I feel like I'm probably not q...
re: Decorators and Code Reuse Aug 6 '17
I think these are some pretty poor examples of efficient de...
re: What tool/framework/cms/etc do you use to build your own personal website? Aug 6 '17
Generally I use Jekyll + GitHub Pages. Hosting a website i...
re: Recomendations in choosing a Linux distro Aug 4 '17
I don't really think you understand. 1) Not all open sourc...
re: Recomendations in choosing a Linux distro Aug 3 '17
Of course there is not a single package responsible for all...
re: I am scared of Javascript Aug 3 '17
Ok calling JavaScript "fricking fast" or "the new assembler...
re: I am scared of Javascript Aug 3 '17
Becoming a one-trick pony is not very good career advice fo...
re: Recomendations in choosing a Linux distro Aug 3 '17
A lot of people are going to suggest Ubuntu or other Debian...
re: How do you practice programming? Aug 3 '17
Create small open source projects on GitHub, implement good...
re: I am scared of Javascript Aug 3 '17
The simple reason why JavaScript is so popular is because t...
re: Subtle issues with ORMs, and how to avoid them Jul 31 '17
Using some level of ORM has additional benefits as well, yo...
re: No excuses, write unit tests Jul 30 '17
You really don't say much that can be used to help you out ...
re: No excuses, write unit tests Jul 30 '17
I regularly write tests for the small things I write as exp...
re: Going real time with Socket.IO, Node.Js, and React Jul 25 '17
I hate it when people post example code with obvious bad de...
re: Just starting out with Git and GitHub? It gets easier, honest! Jul 25 '17
I would recommend you try out sensible version control syst...
re: Should I Go? The Pros and Cons of Using Go Programming Language Jul 24 '17
That's probably because sublime is not an IDE, but a glorif...
re: I Chose TypeScript For the Nostalgia Jul 23 '17
The best reason to use TypeScript is that IDEs can actually...
re: Cross-platform development on Windows is suddenly awesome Jul 16 '17
Annoyingly the Ubuntu for Windows thing has a LOT of issues...
re: Here’s What You Can Learn In 10 Minutes That Will Be Useful For The Rest Of Your Programming Career Jul 5 '17
Your whole comment is a big "lol". Thanks for the boring co...
re: Here’s What You Can Learn In 10 Minutes That Will Be Useful For The Rest Of Your Programming Career Jul 5 '17
I really don't know what you do when you mess about with de...
re: Here’s What You Can Learn In 10 Minutes That Will Be Useful For The Rest Of Your Programming Career Jul 5 '17
"Famous quote" doesn't mean it's right. I know a lot of fam...
re: A First Look at Google Cloud Platform Jul 4 '17
You seem to have skipped mentioning all the things that are...
re: A First Look at Google Compute Engine Jul 4 '17
You say "No security groups equivalent", but you fail to sp...
re: What fonts do you use in your editor(s)? Jun 20 '17
If you guys feel you need the ligatures there's some work b...
re: What fonts do you use in your editor(s)? Jun 20 '17
DejaVu Sans Mono. Free. Perfect for programming. dejavu-fo...
re: 5 Lessons My Bootcamp Didn't Teach Me Jun 11 '17
It's really depressing how so many companies nowadays think...
re: The Normal Person's Guide to Internet Security Jun 9 '17
Don't trust in your brain's ability to remember a large num...
re: The Ultimate Guide to Local WordPress Development on a Mac Jun 9 '17
It's 2017, please stop recommending people run any developm...
re: Benefits of Rust Jun 5 '17
You seem to be undervaluing Rust's type system. Generics a...
re: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer May 7 '17
You definitely do not need to know the low level details of...
re: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer May 7 '17
This forum seems to be quite annoying, people coming up wit...
re: Plan Your Commits May 7 '17
So don't commit irrelevant changes to your feature branch, ...
re: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer May 7 '17
A senior engineer also should know about effective time use...
re: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer May 7 '17
I'd wager that in 90+% of the programming jobs out there yo...
re: Plan Your Commits May 7 '17
I've been programming using DVCS systems for a living and i...
re: Plan Your Commits May 7 '17
No, code reviews are really simple. Do a PR on GitHub, or B...
re: Plan Your Commits May 6 '17
Commits absolutely do NOT need to be some coherent chunks, ...
re: What are your tips for getting your first programming job? May 5 '17
When applying for your first job, you should accept that no...
re: Don't be afraid to expand your code for readability Mar 30 '17
You could alternatively just use a good diff tool.
re: Don't be afraid to expand your code for readability Mar 30 '17
When you say "inline diffs" you are specifically catering t...
re: Don't be afraid to expand your code for readability Mar 30 '17
If you're writing code in a different way to cater to your ...
re: One Year Using Go Mar 20 '17
I generally consider people who consider them PHP/C++/Go/Ja...
re: Here’s What You Can Learn In 10 Minutes That Will Be Useful For The Rest Of Your Programming Career Mar 12 '17
In addition to the tips above my contributions are: Use a...
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