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Lasse Schultebraucks

I am passionate about Software Development.

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Software Developer at BROCKHAUS AG

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re: One year of writing a blog post every week this is what happened
So you won the challenge? :D
re: German Corona warning app GitHub repo got published
Update: the backend got published.
re: Why Practicing Helps You Get Better In Programming
Nice post!
re: Changelog: Delightful New User Features!
Very cool! Great work :)
re: Introducing our first original podcast: DevDiscuss
Really liked the first episode! Changing your name in the rea...
re: German Corona warning app GitHub repo got published
Yes. I don't know when but they will. I heard the app should ...
re: This article has 86 reactions and 11 comments
Cool idea :D
re: So, who am I?
Hi Jack, can I hit you up if my internet doesn't work? (jk) ...
re: 5 books every developer must read before it's too late
Nice list. Before reading Patterns of Enterprise Application ...
re: The best investment you will make
Yeah I agree. Time is important, but in this post I wanted to...
re: The best investment you will make
Yeah I agree. Therefore I just put a little bit of my money i...
re: Can I run a python program on my website?
Re-Implementing your program would be definitely a good exerc...
re: Can I run a python program on my website?
The are different approaches to this challenge. I would sugg...
re: How do you stay motivated?
It is hard to keep motivation long term. But I noticed, that ...
re: Have you ever had to take an ethical stand while on the job as a developer?
Wow, thanks for sharing this. Very interesting story!
re: Why should you separate Controllers from Services in Node REST API's?
This of course does not only apply to Node Rest API, this a...
re: Basic Authentication
Thanks Stefan! I think for public APIs they are a better s...
re: Introduction to Java Stream API
Hey Jamie, I am glad you liked it! numbers is an array of...
re: Spring Security with JWT
Very nice!
re: Show off your Todo List 📝 🤓
I also use Todoist. Recently I wrote a blog post about how...
re: Java In 2019 And Beyond
Super interesting post Lemuel! Thanks!
re: Mixed Content: Fetching data from HTTPS and HTTP
It was autogenerated in the build process. I didn't specifi...
re: Mixed Content: Fetching data from HTTPS and HTTP
Had the same issue today at my Jekyll homepage/blog. I chan...
re: AoC Day 6: Chronal Coordinates
from collections import defaultdict from operator import i...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
Yeah it is just super frustrating... Especially if you noti...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record
from collections import defaultdict def main(): guard...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
def part_one(): word_twice_count = 0 word_three_tim...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
Thanks for the hint! Will do that later!
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System
from collections import defaultdict from difflib import Seq...
re: AoC Day 1: Chronal Calibration
Super cool idea! Just joined the private leaderboard!
re: Ditching Sublime for VSCode
Idea can basically everything what Webstotm can do. So no n...
re: Ditching Sublime for VSCode
I mainly use Intelij for developing Angular apps. Probably ...
re: 1000 Followers. I am Famous Now, Yes?
Congratz Ryan! I would love to see more content about Pytho...
re: Journey to fullstack engineering.
I agree! It is super hard to learn multiple things deeply a...
re: AlphaGo: Observations about Machine Intelligence
Great post, super interesting topic. Comparing human intell...
re: What programming sub-disciplines seem to be trending up in terms of career options?
As already mentioned: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Lear...
re: What Instrument is Your Programming Language?
Haha, love it 👌 Great post, Ryan! What about functional l...
re: What is overfitting in Machine Learning?
Great examples! They made the point of overfitting really c...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Thank you :) I actually have not watched the movie yet, bu...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Thank you for reading! Great points JÊrÊmy! I agree with y...
re: Looking Back: 2017 Web Dev 'Trends' We Should Carry into 2018
I have to try out CSS Grid in 2018... It looks very interes...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Indeed, Intelligence is a very complex and interesting topi...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Ahh, yes you you have right here. I did not know this. Than...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Thank you :)
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence
Thank you!
re: Writing a Brainfuck Interpreter in Rust (and WebAssembly)
That is exactly what I thought 😄
re: Cleaning your room instead of doing your homework
Nice, I like that word!
re: The Problem With High Test Coverage
That is why you are writing your test in TDD before impleme...
re: Books appear to still be popular in software development
I read books - physical books and ebooks. I prefer Softwar...
re: Chatbot project
Thank you for sharing!
re: Testing an API Against its Documentation
Wow, very cool. I actually read the test from the API and w...
re: Design Patterns: Factory Pattern, Part 1
Great explanation, thank you! In your first screenshot of...
re: Why does the Pomodoro Technique work so well
themuse.com/advice/the-rule-of-52-... This is maybe the rea...
re: 16 Best Source Code Gems [Collection]
Haha, really nice 😁
re: Sentiment analysis on Trump's tweets using Python 🐍
Nice, very interesting! He seems to tweet surprisingly a hi...
re: Building Better REST APIs
Great post, but you have missed an important http status Co...
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