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re: Are CSS and HTML programming languages?
Yes, the tweet did have that tone to it. No doubt people us...
re: Are CSS and HTML programming languages?
No, HTML is still not a programming language. This is not ...
re: I'm SEO Consultant, Ask Me Anything!
How often do you deal with questions of the ethics of tech...
re: Pointers in practice
Excellent point about the Heap vs Stack. I keep expecting p...
re: Pointers in practice
This is good info but doesn't seem to answer my questions a...
re: Show off your first app!
The first thing I'd consider an "app", I built to make my j...
re: Of course HTML is a programming language
HTML does not make, or instruct, the computer to do anythin...
re: Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?
Renaming to something like "find_or_initialize_by_login" wo...
re: Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?
Succinct and authoritative, thank you, sir! I've been tryi...
re: Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?
That is a good point. One thing I didn't point out is: ano...
re: Coding Intentionally in Bash Grains
"[design intent is] one of the things that sets Software En...
re: What was your win this week?
This week, I.... Fixed my snowblower by replacing the carb...
re: Of course HTML is a programming language
No: HTML is not a programming language. Also No: this does...
re: A blockchain for dummies
Thanks for this. I've only understood blockchain enough to ...
re: What are you learning from the DEV open source codebase?
That a Rails app can be fast ;-)
re: Devs using font ligatures, what's the selling point?
I'd never heard of this, had to look it up; my reaction: Ge...
re: What's in your bookmarks bar?
Switching between 4 machines (including virtuals) it certai...
re: What's in your bookmarks bar?
Oddly, a couple years ago I just stopped using bookmarks. E...
re: Why I hate Infinite Scrolling
Yes, yes, and yes. Thanks for writing the post I've been wa...
re: What are the most used commands in your shell history?
1 169 33.8% ssh 2 58 11.6% git 3 45 9% cd ...
re: Code for Humans
Fully agree
re: Code for Humans
Very good list. However I have to disagree with the state...
re: A better way to handle magic values and constants?
Really I was thinking of the Error or Exception itself. You...
re: The Book Every Programmer Should Read
Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software...
re: Postgres or mysql
Postgres
re: A better way to handle magic values and constants?
You may be right and it's just that simple. Perhaps I am th...
re: My RegExp nightmare
You're certainly not alone. I actually do really enjoy regu...
re: RESTful and Summary Resource Paths
Is the sports standings only an illustrative example?
re: Confidence level. Do you trust devs that extract duplicated code to funtions by hand instead of using IDE support?
Difficult to answer without context. (Although I lean towar...
re: I'm considering to use vim or neovim as my primary text editor. Any tips?
I agree with all of that and would like to add: patience. ...
re: Why are you NOT worried about the robot apocalypse?
We don't understand what consciousness really is, how it wo...
re: Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax?
We're not alone! I think Python is deceptively ugly, becaus...
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