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re: OOP vs Functional Programming
I routinely mix both styles in Python as well. If you look a...
re: How does deployment work at your organization?
At work? ssh, cp, vim, hope for the best. We have automated...
re: Are you coding more in your spare time due to COVID—19?
Probably won't be for a while. I'm doing the nomad thing, s...
re: Are you coding more in your spare time due to COVID—19?
I finally took the time to play with LMMS, as I don't have ...
re: The 5 Kinds of Laptop Owners - Sticker edition
I don't really attend conferences, and if I get a Windows l...
re: How to run multiple Node and Angular versions simultaneously
I use both bind mounts for development (in my Python and no...
re: How to run multiple Node and Angular versions simultaneously
I just use docker. Define an image version as a variable, a...
re: Why you should change your CMS today
Nice. Is it open source? Any plans for a Vue version? I've ...
re: What was your win this week?
I finally added a staging stage to my Gitlab-CI pipelines. ...
re: Desiré will keep coding.
Oh, I get that. I'm just saying that if I occasionally comm...
re: Desiré will keep coding.
I hope you don't take all different opinions as a gendered ...
re: The Best Way to Learn is to BREAK Things
My girlfriend's teenager is now an expert at breaking thing...
re: The classic Minesweeper game developed with Angular
Very nice. You should convert it to a PWA so I can install ...
re: Is building 100 beginner projects a good approach?
Definitely try to build a smaller number of bigger apps tha...
re: Why read Kent C. Dodds articles or newsletter
If you meant that as a question - yes, definitely. You sho...
re: React or Angular or Vue.js or Others ??
Ok, let me rephrase that. JSX takes HTML, CSS, and JavaScr...
re: React or Angular or Vue.js or Others ??
I'd go with Vue, personally. React is the more sought afte...
re: ⚔️ Moving from VScode to Webstorm ⚔️
Commercial is too expensive for me to justify at the moment...
re: Time Complexities Of Python Data Structures
The Python wiki has a pretty complete list, too: wiki.pytho...
re: Add dark mode to your website with just a few lines of code
Admittedly, I should have worded this better, as that is wh...
re: Add dark mode to your website with just a few lines of code
Of course. Better yet, do use a toggle, and don't rely on s...
re: Now, what is a Framework and why would I need that? 🤨
Aside from the good, standardized structure/layout, my favo...
re: Add dark mode to your website with just a few lines of code
According to CanIUse.com [prefers-color-scheme] support is...
re: javascript get month 2 digit
Just add left-pad as a dependency. What could go wrong?
re: Have you ever come close to quitting software?
I came really close to quitting vim, once. Didn't quite mak...
re: 10 Tips For Writing Better Tests
Great post. I don't necessarily agree with the integration...
re: Stop trying to be so DRY, instead Write Everything Twice (WET)
A good reason to wait until you have three or more repetiti...
re: Which Techie Are You?
Minimalist... Except messier. Wish I could be a pack leader...
re: Feb. 14, 2020: What did you learn this week?
When in troubles, use --force.
re: REST vs GraphQL: The Main Differences
Here's an example of a GraphQL POST request query: /graphq...
re: Resources for learning Design and UX as a developer?
Design for Hackers: Reverse Engineering Beauty is a great b...
re: Learning to Love Testing Library
Thanks, I'll have to check out the Vue version.
re: What is your best quality as a programmer?
I'm good at solving actual problems. Might not always imple...
re: How to convince your team to use GraphQL?
In GraphQL, you need to write queries, which is far more v...
re: How to convince your team to use GraphQL?
All in all, it's all data, and there is no solution that w...
re: Achieving 100% code coverage will make you a better developer. Seriously.
[The] author made a point that too many new developers are...
re: Achieving 100% code coverage will make you a better developer. Seriously.
But there are many, many experienced developers who are ca...
re: How to build a website in 2020
Don't forget to write three support libraries to do basic t...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
No problem. If you're not familiar with testing, I'd encour...
re: What would you pay for type checking?
Sorry, kid - your test score is just 32 points lower now. ...
re: Understanding best-practice Python tooling by comparing popular project templates
Note that I'm not saying there's anything wrong with Sphinx...
re: Understanding best-practice Python tooling by comparing popular project templates
I'd encourage everyone looking to get started to give mkdocs ...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
What do you mean by web apps? I mean I personally wouldn...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
You can see an example report coverage here, from one of my...
re: Coronavirus tracking website made with Vue and Node
Awesome, looks great. One little issue I've noticed, the d...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
Everyone should learn TDD, IMO. Doesn't mean you should al...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
I may be reasonably confident something works even without ...
re: The fact that I barely know how to use git has been biting me in the butt a lot lately 😭
Same. Haven't had any major accidents in years, thankfully,...
re: Do you aim for 80% code coverage? Let me guess which 80% you choose...
Test coverage doesn't really mean much, and every situation...
re: Looking a mentor
Any interesting projects you're working on? Got anything up...
re: An Intro to GraphQL with Django
Not saying you shouldn't use graphene, of course, but at le...
re: An Intro to GraphQL with Django
Having tried both Graphene and Ariadne, I have decided to u...
re: Quick Intro to Python Modules
[import *] is bad practice because the code is inefficient...
re: Do you prefer starting new projects or working on existing ones?
Preferably new, but I don't mind existing as long as it's n...
re: How did you get started in tech?
When I was 4 years old, my dad got a Compaq Portable II (Mo...
re: Essential Django 3rd Party Packages
Yup. Key phrases: "if you're just getting into APIs" and "c...
re: Essential Django 3rd Party Packages
I'd recommend Ariadne instead of Django Rest Framework, if ...
re: Whatever happened to the test pyramid?
It’s the guidance of preferring integration tests that I a...
re: My 5 key takeaways from reading the Pragmatic Programmer
Well, ctrl-shift-{left|right} works to select a word at a t...
re: Whatever happened to the test pyramid?
I don't think there is a one-size-fits-all approach, when i...
re: My 5 key takeaways from reading the Pragmatic Programmer
I know for me personally right now I’ve been very focused ...
re: Daily Developer Jokes - Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020
Java ARchive.
re: Coronavirus tracking website made with Vue and Node
Looks good. I'd consider making the dot sizes representativ...
re: How I created a videogames tournament, why it failed and what I learned from it 😌
Even though it was too much work and I really had bad expe...
re: Devs, make sure your page is searchable!
Normally, as long as Google knows to index your site and fo...
re: Devs, make sure your page is searchable!
You should submit a sitemap.xml file to Google, rather than...
re: Creating a dynamic (Active tabs) menu in Vuejs ✨
Also, it's no big deal since we're not destroying/creating...
re: Creating a dynamic (Active tabs) menu in Vuejs ✨
Thanks for the article. I think I may now have to add eyes ...
re: Using Color to Brand Your Website
I imagine that also depends on the type of green. I'm not s...
re: A new year, with a new DEV adventure!
Congrats 😄 I've been to Cape Town for 5 days on a work tri...
re: Who's using Service Workers?
I am still working on my personal site's back-end (Django +...
re: What's a promising area that you are investing in for the future?
PWAs (and IndexedDb). Not so much invest as in money, but t...
re: How do you convince clients that security is not an option?
It really depends on the relationship you have with the cli...
re: Why I *love* TMUX
I'm not a huge fan of drop-down terminals but I guess that...
re: Why I *love* TMUX
Tmux is the best. I usually have one open terminal tab per ...
re: Dealing with CORS
I generally run them on a single host, as I run smaller sit...
re: Dealing with CORS
I've never used Gatsby, and the webpack work I do is usuall...
re: Dealing with CORS
My strategy is this: Use Docker-compose Use an nginx cont...
re: Favorite Vue Plugins?
Not a plugin per se, but Quasar Framework. It has a number ...
re: What software development tools (libraries/frameworks/apps/whatever) make you feel most anxious while you're working with them?
I've never used React/Redux, but Vuex is pretty nice. Espec...
re: What software development tools (libraries/frameworks/apps/whatever) make you feel most anxious while you're working with them?
Regardless, it would be good for you to try the latest bui...
re: What software development tools (libraries/frameworks/apps/whatever) make you feel most anxious while you're working with them?
I'm aware. In fact, I mentioned WSL in my P.S. I encourag...
re: 🎶 Toss a coin to your... handler 💰
🎶 Toss a coin to your... Help, how do I mute users from ...
re: What software development tools (libraries/frameworks/apps/whatever) make you feel most anxious while you're working with them?
Windows. I've been lucky in that I haven't really had to u...
re: I am a remarkably productive software developer when I'm procrastinating on a non-coding task
I can't draw for 💩, but I spent way too long writing an SVG...
re: What's the most wasteful software?
Also, they just wait for people to rely on it to either cha...
re: What's the most wasteful software?
NodeJS modules. When I get a new VPS, I need to install a No...
re: What the benefit immutable on the state management?
I use Vue, not React, but one more reason to use immutable ...
re: What are the hardest coding terms to search for?
"fat arrow"... Its name comes from Coffeescript, where ther...
re: What are the hardest coding terms to search for?
In Google Chrome, just press ctrl-k instead of ctrl-l to op...
re: What are the hardest coding terms to search for?
Do you mean the gitlab.com page? Under your project's Setti...
re: What are the hardest coding terms to search for?
Ms-sql? Haven't used it since Windows 2003, but I believe t...
re: A simple design process for developers or non-designers 🤔🎨
Moltes gràcies! I've always wanted to learn to not be horri...
re: Tell me an unpopular software opinion
I always found it daunting looking at a PR with 40+ files ...
re: Tell me an unpopular software opinion
sometimes Many, many times. That said, if you are publi...
re: How I set my Linux computer for coding
Jest is great for unit tests, and some integration tests. ...
re: How I set my Linux computer for coding
For web dev, I'd also recommend: Docker, docker-compose (ru...
re: Jan. 10, 2020: What did you learn this week?
I've learned: how complicated pluralization rules are in ...
re: Parallels, VMWare Fusion, VirtualBox or Another?
You could always look into online / cloud-based browser tes...
re: What is your preferred Tech Stack?
I would not argue, that the stack is better, than an other...
re: What is your preferred Tech Stack?
I've heard that Ariadne is easier to extend than Graphene. ...
re: What is your preferred Tech Stack?
GitLab Docker{,-compose} Postgres or PostGIS (I occasional...
re: Dec. 27, 2019: What did you learn this week?
After 5 days with no response, I learned that not everyone ...
re: What is the most overworked you've ever been?
Doing cellular network optimization work for a Mexican comp...
re: Please, use modals wisely.
Yes! If you try to collect my email address before I even g...
re: Node vs PHP
Python 🐍🐍🐍 Want sink included? Django 😍😍 Want something l...
re: Docker - Dev, Debug, Deploy
Thanks for sharing. A few (opinionated) things come to mind...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
Surprised no one mentioned Traefik yet. I've been fighting...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
I use KDE Plasma, and it has a built-in clipboard manager. ...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
$ which cd which: no cd in [...] Fun fact, cd is a shell ...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
I worked for a company that did GSM network optimization fo...
re: Git Workflow: Should the history of commits show the real time of your work?
IMO: Nope. If I need to track time, I will use a time trac...
re: Chrome Extension that stops your Social Media addiction
I realize that it's different, but it does allow you to exc...
re: Chrome Extension that stops your Social Media addiction
The way I see it, you should never randomly close tabs with...
re: Chrome Extension that stops your Social Media addiction
As we speak, I have 13 Chrome windows open (yes, I know I h...
re: Chrome Extension that stops your Social Media addiction
Nice, and definitely something useful, but while I haven't ...
re: Are you using Docker for local development?
I only have one monitor, but I do a ton of work in the shel...
re: Linux's commands and tricks I'm using in my daily job as a developer
alt + . is a great one too, in bash. $ mkdir -p /tmp/some/...
re: Are you using Docker for local development?
For web projects, I do, regardless how simple they are. Pr...
re: What was your first own computer?
My dad had some kind of Atari, but I was too young to remem...
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