Happy Saint Patrick’s Day if that’s your jam! 🍀
It's that time of the week again. So wonderful devs, what did you learn this week? It could be programming tips, career advice etc.
Feel free to comment with what you learnt and/or reference your TIL post to give it some more exposure.
Top comments (18)
I learned one the key differences between Netflix DGS and Spring GraphQL. Before I thought they were about the same, but turned out for subscriptions DGS usess the 'old' Apollo way, and Spring the 'new' The Guild way. So depending on your GraphQL client, probably only one of them works with subscriptions.
I've been playing around with the Hotwired stack just for the fun of it.
This stack + Tailwindcss certainly seems like a really productive way to write software if it's the right tool for the job and you could commit to following the constraints very well.
I wouldn't adopt either just for enthusiasm, it's a real commitment to a pattern.
This week I learned that Thingworx still has platform bugs I haven't found yet. Discovered another one this week that prevents mashup parameter bindings from being mapped in certain directions. I had to rework a bit to get around that using Session variables.
On the less annoying side, I'm getting better at Visual Studio's keyboard shortcuts.
Started learning Ruby. Just got to the hashes section, realized that they are similar to dictionaries in Python.
I wrote this post a while ago if you're looking for some Ruby and Ruby on Rails resources.
What are/were your go to resources for learning Ruby and Rails?
Nick Taylor ・ Aug 18 '18 ・ 1 min read
Will totally check it out. Thanks!
I learned a little bit more about Command Line as well as some introductory concepts about Ruby on Rails.
That's awesome! 🔥
How to use a launch.json for the debugger in VSCode!
I'm starting to learn WebAssembly, inspired by wasm.builders/ !