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re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
MFW people on Twitter and DEV call GitHub "insane" because ...
re: The Trials and Tribulations of actix-web and the OSS community
I agree with you both on this matter. Harassing fafhrd91's ...
re: The Trials and Tribulations of actix-web and the OSS community
I, at least, am mostly upset that the README and home page ...
re: Language for markdown_helper?
I would assume Rust, probably. A number of Ruby users, like...
re: Joel is stepping down from Stack Overflow
Discourse, which is pretty much Stack's successor, already ...
re: Which game are you playing right now?
Geometry Dash
re: Is Giving Google All Your Data Worth The Convenience?
It's the same story for me and most of my family; they drop...
re: #RoastMySetup
Brave is also adopting a pay-for-play ad blocking model. No...
re: #RoastMySetup
Don't use AdBlock. The unobtrusive ads program is pay-for-p...
re: How does a Map work?
Hashing is also not the only common implementation of an ab...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Feb 4th edition)
Still have some E-easy issues open on bors-ng, The GitHub c...
re: Do you know there is a version of VSCode available without MS branding, telemetry or licensing?
Support? The Microsoft team probably won't help you with an...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Jan 21st edition)
Bors-NG -- a GitHub app that keeps the master branch foreve...
re: What Would You Say for... File Tagging?
Hard links?
re: Even the Big Ones Mess Up
Then you will be eternally frustrated.
re: Even the Big Ones Mess Up
Doctors were harder on themselves than patients were when ...
re: Reset or not Reset CSS?
I prefer normalize.css.
re: Facebook Lied : A Facebook Feature Which Kills Another Feature
Reminds me of an article about Quora and their attitude tow...
re: 90% of my job is...
Rationalizing the regulatory and process requirements into ...
re: Simplifying my setup.
If you are willing to go with an IDE, then you might as wel...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly?
Have you ever compared normal Google search with doing a Go...
re: Is HTTP/2 really worth it?
Free services tend to go one of two ways: heavy marketing ...
re: Ask Me For CR
What's a CR?
re: Should programming languages be made for IDEs rather than humans?
If you're doing math, text sucks. Text-format math is ha...
re: How do you deal with One-upmanship ?
Ban it.
re: What I like about dev.to... and what I dont (DEP 0)
On Windows, hit the Win+. chord to get a pop-up dialog, com...
re: Which units of measure do you use and why in CSS?
px It's already scaled by browsers when you zoom anyway, a...
re: Evolution of My Personal Site
At the point where you have a few links and a picture, I wo...
re: There are only two types of automated software tests, fast ones and not fast ones
A well-designed type system can replace micro-scale "fast t...
re: Should the Quality of GitHub Projects Be Evaluated by Their Star Count?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betteridge's...
re: A curated list of (mostly) free resources for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more
Mozilla Developer Network is the reference that we need, as...
re: What is the next big thing in frontend development?
Not Marvin, but I can think of two reasons: The Web specs...
re: Which cache engine to choose between redis or memcached and varnish.
Redis has more features, and, IME, isn't any slower. So I'd...
re: How much of a memory impact do tabs in my terminal have?
Yes. The point is to have a basis for comparison.
re: Elixir vs Ruby - where to use?
I don't really see a "vs" between those 2 languages. After...
re: Elixir vs Ruby - where to use?
no for loops -- this isn't an advantage by itself, but I t...
re: Explain DOM Like I'm Five
Right click on something in a web page, and choose "Inspect...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective
That's not the story Linus tells. And I think it's an insul...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective
I really don't care about the specific distinction between ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective
Yeah, I do think you're exaggerating, and I'd be surprised ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective
The OP is afraid of accidentally pissing someone off, and t...
re: Dev is for?
I suggest using stackoverflow for this kind of questions, ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective
The Linux kernel community is a place without office polit...
re: Build your own blog with Hugo and Netlify
Hey, if you add a canonical_url: https://rozgonyiova.com/po...
re: MongoDB has no use case
BTW RDBMS storage engines are actually using a NoSQL imple...
re: ​Linus Torvalds takes a break from Linux
The people who want to "keep politics out of FOSS" annoy me...
re: AlloyCI - A year since release
Could you please make the first mention of AlloyCI a link t...
re: What's with the 🦄?
I never use it.
re: Changelog: Sticky Post Actions UI Change
Personally, other than bookmark, I don't think any of these...
re: Are Google and Facebook Evil?
I'm not going to shut out my grandparents because they use ...
re: Are Google and Facebook Evil?
My friends and family use GMail, meaning I can't communicat...
re: What image-hosting sites do you use?
CloudFront is a pull CDN, meaning that it fetches a file wh...
re: Welcome Thread - v15
Awesome. This place needs a bit more variety; I was startin...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
Let me start with a blatant opinion: I'd rather use PHP tha...
re: The Web I Want
You do not need a frontend framework for a website with hug...
re: Why are people following me on Dev.to?
The kind of social network where you mostly talk to people ...
re: Why are people following me on Dev.to?
Dev automatically recommends a bunch of random people to fo...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8
It worked for Reddit. There are several forks of the site, ...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8
Yeah, but dev.to already has a mass of users on it, and it'...
re: Please don't write a class
You're missing the point: that example is completely useles...
re: What are the first differences you noticed in GitHub after Microsoft bought it? Post here yours!
Your shruggie is missing an arm. You need to write it like ...
re: Is it a good idea to leave your "digital fingerprint" in a company's project?
When you tell a potential employer "I worked on this proje...
re: How do I use .forEach on DOM Elements?
The MDN documentation also has an Array.from polyfill: dev...
re: Advanced devs and beginner devs can co-exist harmoniously. It's not rocket science.
The annoying part is that you're half-right. SO is not, and...
re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience?
TaskCluster for GitHub. My bank has better UX than that ni...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition)
How's it compare to bhima, "a hospital information manageme...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons?
My ideal programming language would have explicit do/end ma...
re: Explain TCP like I'm five
I just got a message in a bottle. It says something like: I...
re: How long does your CI take?
About half an hour. The unit tests are pretty good, but we ...
re: Self Documenting code isn't
Anything with doctests. Unai Esteibar listed Elixir's exuni...
re: How Dogfood Makes Us Better Devs
Yeah, that is a thing. I wrote bors-ng for my company, but ...
re: Explain Rust like I'm five
What are RUST's strong points? Speed and correctness are...
re: What Elm and Rust Teach us About the Future
About Rust with MSVC: Rust's compiler backend is always LL...
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