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re: 90% of my job is... Dec 8
Rationalizing the regulatory and process requirements into ...
re: Simplifying my setup. Nov 16
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? Nov 15
Have you ever compared normal Google search with doing a Go...
re: Is HTTP/2 really worth it? Nov 13
Free services tend to go one of two ways: heavy marketing ...
re: Ask Me For CR Nov 6
What's a CR?
re: Should programming languages be made for IDEs rather than humans? Nov 1
If you're doing math, text sucks. Text-format math is ha...
re: How do you deal with One-upmanship ? Oct 24
Ban it.
re: What I like about dev.to... and what I dont (DEP 0) Oct 24
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? Oct 23
px It's already scaled by browsers when you zoom anyway, a...
re: Evolution of My Personal Site Oct 23
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 Oct 15
A well-designed type system can replace micro-scale "fast t...
re: Should the Quality of GitHub Projects Be Evaluated by Their Star Count? Oct 15
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betteridge's...
re: A curated list of (mostly) free resources for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more Oct 10
Mozilla Developer Network is the reference that we need, as...
re: What is the next big thing in frontend development? Oct 8
Not Marvin, but I can think of two reasons: The Web specs...
re: The most important features for communications apps: preview and reverse-preview Oct 5
If somebody followed you, it's because they want to hear wh...
re: Which cache engine to choose between redis or memcached and varnish. Oct 5
Redis has more features, and, IME, isn't any slower. So I'd...
re: The most important features for communications apps: preview and reverse-preview Oct 4
Mast*O*don. Thanks. My mistake.
re: The most important features for communications apps: preview and reverse-preview Oct 3
I'm trying to laser-focus on one thing (the act of communic...
re: How much of a memory impact do tabs in my terminal have? Oct 3
Yes. The point is to have a basis for comparison.
re: Elixir vs Ruby - where to use? Oct 1
I don't really see a "vs" between those 2 languages. After...
re: Elixir vs Ruby - where to use? Oct 1
no for loops -- this isn't an advantage by itself, but I t...
re: Explain DOM Like I'm Five Oct 1
Right click on something in a web page, and choose "Inspect...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective Sep 28
That's not the story Linus tells. And I think it's an insul...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective Sep 28
I really don't care about the specific distinction between ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective Sep 28
Yeah, I do think you're exaggerating, and I'd be surprised ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective Sep 28
The OP is afraid of accidentally pissing someone off, and t...
re: Dev is for? Sep 27
I suggest using stackoverflow for this kind of questions, ...
re: Linux CoC → different perspective Sep 27
The Linux kernel community is a place without office polit...
re: Build your own blog with Hugo and Netlify Sep 26
Hey, if you add a canonical_url: https://rozgonyiova.com/po...
re: MongoDB has no use case Sep 26
BTW RDBMS storage engines are actually using a NoSQL imple...
re: ​Linus Torvalds takes a break from Linux Sep 17
The people who want to "keep politics out of FOSS" annoy me...
re: AlloyCI - A year since release Sep 15
Could you please make the first mention of AlloyCI a link t...
re: What's with the 🦄? Sep 15
I never use it.
re: Changelog: Sticky Post Actions UI Change Sep 15
Personally, other than bookmark, I don't think any of these...
re: Are Google and Facebook Evil? Sep 11
I'm not going to shut out my grandparents because they use ...
re: Are Google and Facebook Evil? Sep 11
My friends and family use GMail, meaning I can't communicat...
re: What image-hosting sites do you use? Aug 27
CloudFront is a pull CDN, meaning that it fetches a file wh...
re: Welcome Thread - v15 Aug 25
Awesome. This place needs a bit more variety; I was startin...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development? Aug 23
Let me start with a blatant opinion: I'd rather use PHP tha...
re: The Web I Want Aug 21
You do not need a frontend framework for a website with hug...
re: Why are people following me on Dev.to? Aug 1
The kind of social network where you mostly talk to people ...
re: Why are people following me on Dev.to? Aug 1
Dev automatically recommends a bunch of random people to fo...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8 Jul 13
It worked for Reddit. There are several forks of the site, ...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8 Jul 12
Yeah, but dev.to already has a mass of users on it, and it'...
re: Please don't write a class Jul 3
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! Jun 20
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? Jun 13
When you tell a potential employer "I worked on this proje...
re: How do I use .forEach on DOM Elements? Jun 12
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. May 7
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? May 2
TaskCluster for GitHub. My bank has better UX than that ni...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) Apr 23
How's it compare to bhima, "a hospital information manageme...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons? Mar 29
My ideal programming language would have explicit do/end ma...
re: Explain TCP like I'm five Mar 22
I just got a message in a bottle. It says something like: I...
re: How long does your CI take? Mar 13
About half an hour. The unit tests are pretty good, but we ...
re: Self Documenting code isn't Mar 5
Anything with doctests. Unai Esteibar listed Elixir's exuni...
re: How Dogfood Makes Us Better Devs Mar 5
Yeah, that is a thing. I wrote bors-ng for my company, but ...
re: Explain Rust like I'm five Oct 3 '17
What are RUST's strong points? Speed and correctness are...
re: What Elm and Rust Teach us About the Future Feb 8 '17
About Rust with MSVC: Rust's compiler backend is always LL...
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