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re: Are there projects in which you would choose one front-end framework over another?
Not sure I would choose one over the other in most cases pa...
re: Should comments in code be considered failures in coding?
I feel for the most part comments should not be necessary a...
re: PHP... yay or nay?
OOP in PHP is not perfect. For instance, an interface can d...
re: Which foreign languages did you study?👨‍🎓
English - Native Japanese - Conversational Korean - Convers...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
Yeah, don't feel obligated for an hp if you don't want to, ...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
There are literally like 10 of us chromebook developer fans...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
That's fair. All my hp chromebooks have been nice though!
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
Haha we had similar chromebook experiences! I'm so glad tha...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
The pixelbook and other great flagship chromebooks like the...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
Docker works for sure. It takes some effort but you can a...
re: Using a Chromebook For Web Development: Part 2
I mostly have a linux desktop at home for dev work, and at ...
re: What, in your opinion, is a perfect video game?
Starfox 64 has always been my favorite.
re: Finally, an easy way to use TypeScript enums
That could be useful, though I haven't really needed enums ...
re: Finally, an easy way to use TypeScript enums
Why use a library when a simple type definition would do fi...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Sure. But alcohol will kill you a lot faster than soda! :P ...
re: Have any DEV design concepts or ideas?
Heavily considering the sticker pack with it... though I li...
re: under_scores, camelCase and PascalCase - The three naming conventions every programmer should be aware of
What you refer to as camelCase is sometimes called lowerCam...
re: What's your greatest software development skill?
A true god among men right here.
re: I've never become overly convinced that switch statements are that much cleaner than `if else if else if else if else`
Haha no offense at all. The rule handler is overkill in A L...
re: I've never become overly convinced that switch statements are that much cleaner than `if else if else if else if else`
Switches as well as conditionals with many branches(else if...
re: Pets of DEV
My good boi, Harambae!
re: Vanilla TypeScript (gts)
Getting a vanilla TS project going should be as simple as: ...
re: What programming best practice do you disagree with?
I don't think that's considered best practice at all. Lol ...
re: What was your win this week?
I hit a whole bunch of milestones on my new PHP Framework/L...
re: What was your win this week?
That PHPMascot is hella dope!
re: What's the best way to store data for my very basic app?
Like someone else said, localStorage can be a good solution...
re: What would be a technical solution to ✔️ not looking good on dark mode?
Go to compart.com/en/unicode/search?q=ch... it is a list of...
re: Those silly mistakes we all make
extends when I mean implements as well as using / instead o...
re: Are most of your friends developers too?
Yes and no. For me most of my close friends are, even in co...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Only you and your doctor can truly decide things like that....
re: Javascript private fields are coming
Thanks, I'm gonna need it. Hopefully Typescript will make i...
re: Javascript private fields are coming
I keep reading this article and it keeps infuriating me. Fu...
re: Washing your code: avoid loops
The reduce in your example is bad because it is not a reduc...
re: Is “Defensive Programming” actually healthy?
The never type is nice, and this is a nice example of it, b...
re: Fix 85% of your Web Accessibility issues in 5 easy steps
Not OP but I think you may have forgotten a word! Which tag...
re: What new language/tool/etc. have you been meaning to learn but haven't gotten around to yet?
I get what you mean there, but I'm not talking about settin...
re: Comebacks for Five (Wrong) Arguments Against Accessibility
On the first point, maybe a lot of your users don't need ac...
re: What new language/tool/etc. have you been meaning to learn but haven't gotten around to yet?
Ansible. I never want to set up my computer again. I basi...
re: What new language/tool/etc. have you been meaning to learn but haven't gotten around to yet?
How do you feel about single file components? I think that'...
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
I haven't tried steam with proton yet. Maybe sometime next ...
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
I mean if you're not using Windows for gaming or things lik...
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
Installed Ubuntu Budgie this week and it's pretty slick. :)...
re: What's your favorite coding joke/comic etc?
The easy way to exit is to just restart your computer!
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
What OS is that?
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
That's a lot of screen! I had three monitors set up but I f...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Thanks mate! :D
re: The Coolest Programming Language Features
I wish to make the disclaimer that while the above is possi...
re: The Coolest Programming Language Features
Yeah. Heck you can get even weirder. class Foo { public...
re: The Coolest Programming Language Features
You can do this weird BS in PHP. I liked it when I super ju...
re: The First Person to Say a Number Loses
I'm gonna apply this to salary negotiations. "How much ar...
re: What are your favorite programming language syntax features?
I'm not sure if I like it really, and I think its an anti-p...
re: PHP array functions (Exposed)
Like I said don't get discouraged and you did great! Techni...
re: HTML Forms: Back to Basics
Not necessarily relevant to forms per se, but also in talki...
re: Using Technical Debt as your next Tool
Brilliant. Wonderful article. I think you briefly touched ...
re: Improve Your Code Reviews: The "No BS" Guide to Being a Dev with a BFA
Could you share an example line or snippet that your co-wor...
re: What does a dev's personal website need to include?
Whatever you do for the love of all that is good, have a fa...
re: How do you incentivize developers to review Pull Requests?
Haha, I guess I got a bit carried away in that case, glad I...
re: What's the last piece of software that you paid money for?
I'm sure you can make it very nice, but I like having my DB...
re: How do you incentivize developers to review Pull Requests?
I find that most developers I meet who are actually good co...
re: What's the last piece of software that you paid money for?
Interesting that you spend a lot of time in psql. You mean ...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
Figured it out by switching to incognito mode actually. New...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
It was a browser extension. Took a bit to find it as I'm an...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
I'm just on slimvoice.co/
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
So I looked into it a bit more, the error is more defined a...
re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend
The website looks nice and renders super fast but I am met ...
re: PHP array functions (Exposed)
Hey mate, pretty thorough article but there were a few mist...
re: What's the most creative module or class name you have seen?
I wrote a model to see how fast new family names can die ou...
re: State of Markdown Editors 2019
Dillinger saves and syncs notes automatically once you tie ...
re: Design Patterns - Template Method
When you show the code before pulling out the impact functi...
re: Vue 2.6 ‘Macross’
Awesome name! 'Macross' was a great series! "Protoculture!!...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Yeah I mean I'm guilty of in the past having a few drinks a...
re: The Pull Request Checklist
Yeah, let me know if you end up using it!
re: The Pull Request Checklist
I think you should check out Codacy. We use it at our curre...
re: Nested Conditional Operators
I didn't test my code at all and assumed we were doing a ba...
re: Nested Conditional Operators
I didn't actually read your function that carefully, but si...
re: Nested Conditional Operators
I like using short-circuiting for things like that instead....
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I do think that if a person has to skip an event or feel e...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I'd be happy to share what I can to help! Availability is ...
re: Code quality is overrated
The method I like when I'm doing things quickly, or lazily,...
re: Is 2019 the year of TypeScript?
Oh yeah I LOVE TS, I just was overwhelmed with it at my fir...
re: Is 2019 the year of TypeScript?
I wasn't defending angular, I don't use it either. I was sa...
re: Is 2019 the year of TypeScript?
To be fair having to learn Typescript AND Angular at the sa...
re: Built an unconventional database thing
Haha I think we really are laying the foundation for a blog...
re: Built an unconventional database thing
I'd love to have more exchanges about it. :) The tagged s...
re: Built an unconventional database thing
I really like the idea here, and would like to see what som...
re: What do you do while waiting for tests to finish running?
I'm curious, which test suite takes so long? Are you waitin...
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
On the driver issue, yeah but if I buy a windows machine I ...
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
I'm surprised honestly that there's literally no talk of Ch...
re: Why You Should Care What You Npm Install
On this same note, I was talking with another dev the other...
re: How The Hell Do I use Map?
I find that teaching people that map means basically "Trans...
re: Just joined!
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re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I'm always torn on how to actually implement this advice th...
re: Resume Review
Glad my feedback was helpful. I can't design for shit but I...
re: Resume Review
Don't know how it is in Europe but normally one page is ide...
re: Resume Review
Might just be me, but I always notice when a site doesn't h...
re: What is the importance of understanding libraries and frameworks?
Thanks. Might try and re-work the comment into its own po...
re: What is the importance of understanding libraries and frameworks?
A framework is like Ikea furniture, you take it, build some...
re: Good code
Yeah but in my experience, if you don't code like all code ...
re: Help! I'm a Tech Lead
A word on creating PoC's. Only you can know the people abov...
re: Flipping the coin: Should developers design?
This a really great comment!
re: How many programming languages should you support for a business?
I think it really depends. A programming language is a tool...
re: What’s a concept you understand now, but took you forever to grasp?
Pointers, in C++(other langs I've used obfuscate them) spec...
re: Newbie JavaScript! CliffsNotes
Nice job mentee! Very thorough! It would be awesome if ther...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Hey mate, thanks for sharing! That's some good insight righ...
re: Addiction and Coding
Well I've been a coder while a smoker and alcoholic, but it...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Six years is pretty cool! Good job! I've never been into ...
re: Addiction and Coding
Hey, I'm not 100% sure what you're asking. Are you talking ...
re: Using Print Statements Are A Handy Way to Debug and Explore Code
I got php remote debugging working with both phpstorm and w...
re: Using Print Statements Are A Handy Way to Debug and Explore Code
That works in python, but for other langs it won't. In addi...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Congrats on three months! I normally go for a cranberry +...
re: Using Print Statements Are A Handy Way to Debug and Explore Code
Yeah I'm going to have to agree with them for the most part...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I agree, it won't make you a better dev. I for one have not...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Haha, true. I guess its the kind of bro culture and startup...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
We talked in your graveyard post. :P Also you seem to have ...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I just keep seeing you all around here! I'd love to get a b...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I'd like to say I'm not proud of that comment, but I am.
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Hey! Good on you for sticking with it! I always hear of peo...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Hey my best friend does too and we work in the same office,...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Yep I took the first option on the way back from Korea, tha...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I'm pretty comfortable revealing it myself now. I've discov...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Yep! Also a lot of grocer's have a section for the fancy so...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Is Galco's the place that Tom Scott did a video on once? If...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
That's in my opinion, the most important take away from thi...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
I smoked too, and have been smoke free for a bit over a yea...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
Yeah, there's been a few times I almost fell off, but then ...
re: Alcohol and developer culture
It does suck, I hate feeling like I'm being judged or that ...
re: Have any DEV design concepts or ideas?
I'll take 10!
re: How satisfied are you with the code quality of your current project?
It's by far the worst code I've ever seen in production. It...
re: I'm a full stack web developer. Ask Me Anything!
How do you feel about Eloquent as well as Collections in La...
re: What are your favorite terminal apps or scripts, to use for productivity?
I really like bat. It's cat, but with syntax highlighting a...
re: GitHub Graveyards: I'll show you mine...
Thanks, that was fast! On the pro tip, I didn't even thin...
re: GitHub Graveyards: I'll show you mine...
Ruffin actually sounds pretty fun. Like Omegle meets Meetup...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Interesting, they look a lot like Nilla wafers here in the ...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Cool, Yongsan?
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Has no excuse then lol. Were you teaching there? I studied ...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Work him up. One capsaicin molecule, then two, then three, ...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Name changes are hard, I would say don't bother changing it...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
There are literally dozens of us!
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
I didn't realize oatmeal kept. I didn't like it as a kid bu...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Wow, you eat way healthier than I do! Do you bring that fro...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Just did some googling, looks VERY promising actually.
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Does your jaw not tire after a while? Also I find gum makes...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
I like cold tea, but as you said, its a pain. Have you ever...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
I just have never been able to get into hot drinks. I even ...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
That's some next level discipline there.
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Isn't that oatmeal? Lol sounds good though. And understanda...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
What kind of porridge? Also what is mocha tea? I was under ...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
We talked about getting one but our sink in the office suck...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Which kinds of tea? Also hot or cold?
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
Haha living the sober life here, but that's an interesting ...
re: Website or web app? What is the difference between the two?
Thanks, that's mostly how I think about it. Or if I would c...
re: Developers turn more than pizza and coffee into code, what do you consume to code
I'm a big fan of Uncrustables(frozen pre-made peanut butter...
re: Website or web app? What is the difference between the two?
I say what Adam says is a pretty good metric of the differe...
re: Static Typing vs Testing == Apples vs Oranges
Do you have any links to someone taking an extreme on eithe...
re: Static Typing vs Testing == Apples vs Oranges
Where have people been advocating that you don't need tests...
re: My Definition Of A Senior Developer
"Fight for your opinion" this is the most important thing t...
re: I Want Scalar Objects in PHP
I don't hate the dollar sign per say but I agree it is pret...
re: I Want Scalar Objects in PHP
Are you proposing this work similar to Java with auto boxin...
re: (Not) Everything in JavaScript is an Object
That's most likely it. You're far more knowledgeable than m...
re: (Not) Everything in JavaScript is an Object
Hrmmm..... I had done basically the same thing in my consol...
re: (Not) Everything in JavaScript is an Object
Great article. Remember kiddos, String("string") == "s...
re: On Senior Engineers
Ahh, as in anticipate something happening I was thinking of...
re: On Senior Engineers
Mature engineers have an innate sense of anticipation, eve...
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