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re: JavaScript predictions for 2019 by npm Mar 20
I'm a little confused how a 0.005% registry share implies t...
re: Why I don't like Typescript Mar 4
I don't think your second point is restricted to Typescrip...
re: Why I don't like Typescript Mar 4
Upvoted for the #healthydebate, but I ultimately disagree w...
re: What was your win this week? Feb 15
I've been watching coast from afar for a little while. Defi...
re: I used Bootstrap too often and I wonder how can I write good CSS without it? Feb 12
I second the recommendation for tailwind. I've started usin...
re: Which Do You Value More, Your Time or Your Privacy? Feb 8
I disagree with the presented choice between privacy and ti...
re: In defense of JavaScript oddities Feb 4
I think that on the whole, JavaScript is a decent language....
re: Why Are Some Developers so Allergic to IDEs? Jan 28
I think one reason some developers look down on IDEs is tha...
re: What is your "Coder/Language Fit" Jan 25
Nim is that language for me. It has very flexible syntax th...
re: Old Article: Someone Is Changing Your Code Jan 24
Code reviews fix this problem. If someone removed an import...
re: AWS API + CLJS Dec 17 '18
I'd love to see more Clojure content here! Keep it coming!
re: Is it just me or is Microsoft really crushing it lately? Dec 4 '18
Microsoft is a little hit-or-miss with me personally. VSCod...
re: Top 5 DEV Comments from the Past Week Dec 4 '18
So excited to have made the list! Glad people found my post...
re: Computers are Tools Dec 2 '18
I agree with your overall premise, computers are tools and ...
re: On GUI-shaming and a mountain of hot takes Nov 29 '18
I hope we can reduce the amount of gatekeeping in the devel...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly? Nov 14 '18
I think Amazon and Google both need to get hit with antitru...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly? Nov 14 '18
I think you're overestimating how much money these companie...
re: How did linguistics influence programming? Nov 9 '18
Automata theory is a really interesting field of study whic...
re: Making the switch from laptop to desk Nov 5 '18
What bluetooth monitor are you planning on using? Sounds li...
re: Should programming languages be made for IDEs rather than humans? Nov 1 '18
I haven't used it much either, but what I've seen has been ...
re: Should programming languages be made for IDEs rather than humans? Nov 1 '18
I think looking at Smalltalk will answer a lot of your ques...
re: Developer Is The Next Ideological Beggar Job Oct 24 '18
I worked service industry through college. I've washed dish...
re: Developer Is The Next Ideological Beggar Job Oct 24 '18
We yield everything from them. They were elite and we are ...
re: Developer Is The Next Ideological Beggar Job Oct 24 '18
That wasn't my point. I don't consider myself elite, I thin...
re: Developer Is The Next Ideological Beggar Job Oct 24 '18
Disagree very strongly. In response to your points: Develo...
re: How many languages should I learn Oct 10 '18
I wouldn't worry too much about forgetting parts of languag...
re: How many languages should I learn Oct 10 '18
Javascript -> ... this one I actually do not know. I'...
re: Have you ever been in a hackathon Sep 21 '18
I went to a couple when I was in college. It was a lot of f...
re: I'm having some "not this again" feelings with Parcel, how should I be feeling about this tool? Sep 11 '18
Parcel fits a niche in the tool ecosystem that is much diff...
re: #discuss What language do you think in? Aug 14 '18
For me, it's Lisp. Lisp taught me how to think through expr...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8 Aug 6 '18
Good point. The biggest draws are probably: 1) Code contrib...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8 Aug 6 '18
I can't speak for Ben or the Dev.to team, but I think the k...
re: JavaScript: Promises and Why Async/Await Wins the Battle Jul 27 '18
I think you aren't giving promises enough credit, and I'd l...
re: TypeScript tips from Kotlin developer - const Jul 10 '18
Yeah this is a really important distinction. const and val ...
re: Which contentious opinions in programming actually matter? Jun 14 '18
I'd argue that this is only in the case of "what" comments....
re: Is it a good idea to leave your "digital fingerprint" in a company's project? Jun 13 '18
I think this would be a very bad idea. When you work for a ...
re: Pros and cons of functional programming Jun 8 '18
I was under the impression that persistent immutable data s...
re: There's no "else if" in JS May 21 '18
This is incorrect. The inclusion of if isn't a matter of le...
re: How do you survive over a year of rejected applications? May 8 '18
Its my impression that the finance industry has an especial...
re: How do you survive over a year of rejected applications? May 7 '18
Can you elaborate on the jobs included in this hunt? If you...
re: Pusher contest ideas/discussion thread May 3 '18
I had the same idea!
re: Can we say that JS can be compiled on Node.js? [Novice Quesiton] Apr 10 '18
What the author is trying to say is that JavaScript is a Ju...
re: The Enormous Diversity Problem at AWS re:Invent 2017 Dec 8 '17
A doctor can mend bones after years of study and training. ...
re: The Enormous Diversity Problem at AWS re:Invent 2017 Dec 8 '17
You're missing the point here. People don't ignore your opi...
re: JavaScript is almost pythonic Dec 6 '17
They actually share roots! OCaml and Elm are both in the ML...
re: Programming won't be automated, or it already has been Apr 25 '17
What if human creativity can be approximated? There are alr...
re: What’s the best thing about the language/environment you work in? Feb 15 '17
The fast iteration cycles of REPL driven development are re...
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