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re: Are you for or against testing for beginners?
I don't like this distinction that both post makes. Testing...
re: Can forced linting surpress contributions when linting is first introduced?
I've heard about Prettier before, but it is still not quite...
re: Can forced linting surpress contributions when linting is first introduced?
This is why I love the Elixir formatter. When you run it, i...
re: Why I Switched From Visual Studio Code To JetBrains WebStorm
Even though I don't use WebStorm, I completely agree that J...
re: Dropping the working database (NO! NO! NO!)
Rails already has its own migration framework, which devise...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Jan 21st edition)
AlloyCI has been missing from the last couple of editions o...
re: Things Nobody Told Me About Being a Software Engineer
People who say frontend is easy are usually thinking it's ...
re: AlloyCI - A year since release
Hi Yeong, that sounds like a good idea, but I don't really ...
re: AlloyCI - A year since release
Good idea! I'll edit the post.
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (September 10 edition)
AlloyCI is always looking for contributors. Right now the b...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition)
Hey Victor, I saw your post about partnering up with OSS ma...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
The near-shoring companies do charge a bit less, but the di...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
I've done my research on this already. In my initial commen...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
I'm just speaking as a long-time hiring manager of many lo...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
Oh, I was never talking about SF, when I mentioned the 1.5 ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (May 7 edition)
I'm joining in a bit late this time, but as you my have see...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
I worked for GitLab for 2 and half years. I joined as the 9...
re: Who wants to post videos natively on dev.to?
This is a great idea, but please don't make the videos auto...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
This! So much this! But it not only affects remote workers ...
re: Why Docker? Creating a multi-container application with docker
xkcd.com/1988/
re: What is your favorite CI/CD tool and why?
Shameless plug: I created a new CI/CD tool called AlloyCI. ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 9 edition)
Not really. The main reason for not using a frontend framew...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 9 edition)
Hi @wiz_ar , we really don't use React. In fact we don't us...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 9 edition)
This is your weekly friendly reminder that AlloyCI is alway...
re: AWS vs Heroku comparison
I feel like you are comparing apples to oranges here. Herok...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition)
Anybody wanting to work on an Elixir/Phoenix project is mor...
re: I.T. Certifications
I wouldn't go for a certificate. To me they are just a way ...
re: Ever wished for a pull request dependency check? You've got it.
Having a cron job that periodically checks the status of th...
re: The secret for Unit Testing on Rails
OK, I see the need to structure your code that way. But it ...
re: Ever wished for a pull request dependency check? You've got it.
Great work! It looks really useful. One question, though. H...
re: The secret for Unit Testing on Rails
It is not a zero-sum game. You can, and should, use both ty...
re: The secret for Unit Testing on Rails
You can, and should, also write unit tests for your models....
re: What are some "hidden gem" GitHub repositories?
Shameless plug, check mine out. AlloyCi/alloy_ci
re: On résumés and applying to jobs
I've come across others that say specifically no Word Docum...
re: On résumés and applying to jobs
Hi Javier! Well, if you are a recent grad, then there is p...
re: On résumés and applying to jobs
That’s a good point, but I still think it depends on the si...
re: How to get an engineer job in Silicon Valley as foreigners?
Any time. I really think you can really advance your career...
re: On résumés and applying to jobs
Common sense should always apply, of course you should avoi...
re: How to get an engineer job in Silicon Valley as foreigners?
I'm glad you liked my advice. Regarding your comment about...
re: Data constraints: database layer or app logic?
👍 here. You can always find a way to skip the app layer, sp...
re: How to get an engineer job in Silicon Valley as foreigners?
I know a lot of people think that Silicon Valley is the mec...
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