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re: Why I LOVE KnockoutJS
It's not the size the counts ;) I saw you on the gittr cha...
re: Why I LOVE KnockoutJS
Neither one of those things is true. Please don't troll if ...
re: Reading CSV's and other delimited files in F#
Great question. The comment was less about type providers b...
re: Why I LOVE KnockoutJS
Very well said, and I could not agree more. Now if I could ...
re: Is that a Giraffe?
Great post! Curious why you're using a NoSQL derivative lik...
re: Tachyons, the best library you're not using.
Love the fire! Do you host the code of that library on GitH...
re: I did it again.
Similar to this, if I'm really distracted or tired. I somet...
re: Tachyons, the best library you're not using.
I've actually never heard of tailwind, I'll check it out. F...
re: Tachyons, the best library you're not using.
Great feedback. Feels great knowing a smart person came to ...
re: ORM-less Data Access in .Net Core
You're right. async, await and Task<> really add a to...
re: ORM-less Data Access in .Net Core
Yes... that is exactly what I mean. I feel that given it's ...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
I elected to learn Go and it has delivered on all promises....
re: ORM-less Data Access in .Net Core
Thorough. But completely missing anything async-based which...
re: To be a software engineer or developer, do you still need a degree?
That's a pretty sweet success curve. Well done!
re: To be a software engineer or developer, do you still need a degree?
This one hits home for me, as an "uneducated" engineer. My ...
re: Rethinking CSS
You forgot one of the best, SMACSS. I've employed it with g...
re: My Journey from PHP to Go
Thumbs up for still rocking PHP, in the banking world of al...
re: Why I LOVE KnockoutJS
Could not agree more. Learning data-driven UI's, coming fro...
re: Python: Still in favor?
I forgot to mention, it runs EVERYWHERE.
re: Python: Still in favor?
By the sounds of it you're doing web programming? That bein...
re: What's your tech stack?
My current stack: Client-side: Knockout.js npm (build, t...
re: What's your tech stack?
My current stack: Client-side: Knockout.js npm (build, t...
re: Please stop using Ruby
BOOM
re: HMAC Authentication: Better protection for your API
My apologies for the misunderstanding!
re: Welcome Thread - v17
Hi, I'm Pim I write code for a living. That's all... Just ...
re: HMAC Authentication: Better protection for your API
Without reading the article, I have to say that I'm skeptic...
re: Why I Turned Down a Job Opportunity
re: Why I Turned Down a Job Opportunity
I also think that sometimes, the things we're doing everyda...
re: Why I Turned Down a Job Opportunity
Opportunities come upon us when the time is right. That's w...
re: Why I Turned Down a Job Opportunity
Sorry to hear about your experience. Though from reading th...
re: Hi, I'm Andrea Pavoni
Welcome Andrea!
re: A Deconstruction of CQRS
No sweat! I think these situations through in code, so exam...
re: A Deconstruction of CQRS
"Commands are the gatekeepers of change. Queries are the li...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
My apologies, I had intended on being more specific to SQL ...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
Interesting! I work as a data engineer, with strong emphasi...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
This really struck a chord with me. Especially as a data sc...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
Thanks for the suggestion! Reviewing this at a high level I...
re: To func, or not to func: that is the question.
Thanks for the feedback Nick. Much appreciated! I do see t...
re: What JS Logging library / tool do you use?
Seems like a lot of people use winston. I primarily use ser...
re: I worked on MSN, Live, and Bing Search at Microsoft, Ask Me Anything!
This says it all "As much as I loved to use Bing, I switche...
re: HMAC Authentication: Better protection for your API
Absolutely not. This is for demonstration purposes only. Pa...
re: So you want to stand up your own instance of DEV? (help thread)
I have a question that I didn't know where else to ask. How...
re: Does your current stack matter?
I'd be interested to hear more about your experience with g...
re: HMAC Authentication: Better protection for your API
Thanks for the feedback. This is pretty instance specific, ...
re: Any NoSQL true believers out there?
This pisses me off so much. Relational theory is the founda...
re: HMAC Authentication: Better protection for your API
Thank you so much for the feedback. JWT's are certainly a s...
re: Give It Your Best
What a fantastic post. I think this perspective can really ...
re: Does your current stack matter?
Love this, and you're totally write on all fronts. The MS e...
re: Why I LOVE KnockoutJS
It really is a shame how swept away it became. I think it's...
re: Hi, I'm Pim.
Thanks! Happy to have you as my first, as I'm a long time t...
re: Promises in JavaScript (with yarn and Legos)
Am I the only person here that came not expecting actual ya...
re: Which editor/IDE do you use and why?
Thumbs up x 100000 on this. I work in entirely same fashion...
re: Does your current stack matter?
Very good point regarding juniors. That is an incredibly im...
re: Does your current stack matter?
One of the things I find myself stuck on constantly is dete...
re: How did you first start out learning programming?
In general, I don't like this idiom. You should learn the t...
re: How did you first start out learning programming?
C++ was one of the first languages I used as well. Albeit o...
re: I'm planning to ditch my MacBook and move away from laptop computing
This blows my mind! I cannot believe you're making it happe...
re: Why you are scared of Functional Programming
I agree with this. I think the advanced topics present trem...
re: ASP.NET Core 2 web service without a Startup class
This is an amazing idea, and something I NEVER even conside...
re: Your Degree of Interest in Microsoft
I think my mouth was open the entire time I read that just ...
re: Refactoring Legacy Monoliths - Part 1: First Steps
Great post! I'm embarrassed to admit that I only recently s...
re: I've been at this a long time and I have nothing to show for it.
With respect to how I have been feeling lately and at times...
re: FSharp Mentorship
This sounds AWESOME. Is the mentorship program still accept...
re: Your Degree of Interest in Microsoft
"Newer apps/services that we develop are by and large frame...
re: Your Degree of Interest in Microsoft
With the open-sourcing of the runtime and framework and adv...
re: Poor man's dotnet solution setup
I second this. All of my exploits using .NET outside of Vis...
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