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tbodt

Creator of many lines of code. Vim user.

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re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
I use Neovim's man page viewing functionality for this. $MA...
re: Keeping Your Code Simple
I would probably end up using a for loop for this, but here...
re: Demystifying vim
V is visual line mode, not select mode. It's the same as vi...
re: What are the amazing things you do with the terminal?
I am honestly not too sure, but the basic idea is there's a...
re: What are the amazing things you do with the terminal?
Play procedurally generated music! Here's a cool command I ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (May 7 edition)
Go right ahead! It probably already works with lsp-mode, bu...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (May 7 edition)
I made a JavaScript language server using ESLint and Tern. ...
re: Announcing Sustaining Memberships for dev.to
I think you should change the membership levels to be power...
re: Ctrl+R Autocomplete with Bash is a Life Saver
The thing I don't like about zsh is you need a whole pile o...
re: Are async frameworks really worth it?
Async thingies don't just have a loop that constantly check...
re: A letter to my past self
I don't know when it happened, but after some time it was ...
re: So What Do We Like For Windows Text Editors?
My favorite text editor is Vim. It's got a windows version,...
re: Do software engineers at the largest tech companies (i.e. Google, Facebook, Apple, etc.) use Github for version control?
The Chromium and Android people do use Git, but only because ...
re: Do software engineers at the largest tech companies (i.e. Google, Facebook, Apple, etc.) use Github for version control?
Google doesn't use GitHub, or Git. Instead they have their ow...
re: Apple ARKit – mainstream Augmented Reality
Upcoming iPhone 8 iPhone 8 has already been released.
re: Challenge: Write your worst program
This is not the worst program I've ever written, but it's p...
re: Parenthetically Speaking
Back in the day, before paren matchers were a thing, people...
re: Adding Emoji 🔥 to your terminal
You should get a nice emoji font
re: What do you Google EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. and never just memorize?
re: Safari's implementation of srcset is buggy, rendering the whole feature basically useless
Good news! Safari is open source! You can fix it yourself! Al...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
I recommend pacaur instead of yaourt. slant.co/versus/4906/...
re: How To Never Fail At The Fizzbuzz Interview Challenge
This is scarily close to being overengineered, IMHO
re: Apple Event Takeaways?
It may be true that 1 in 1,000,000 people can unlock your p...
re: Apple Event Takeaways?
Honestly, face mapped 3d emojis are the best part. Also I ...
re: We created the Crystal language, ask us anything!
You could look at what Rust is doing with incremental compi...
re: What's the difference between a pane, buffer and tab in Vim and how should they be used in one's workflow?
Are you using NerdTree to navigate between files? Yeah, giv...
re: What's the difference between a pane, buffer and tab in Vim and how should they be used in one's workflow?
Yeah, I don't use NerdTree. I prefer to hold the structure ...
re: What's the difference between a pane, buffer and tab in Vim and how should they be used in one's workflow?
Yep, github.com/ctrlpvim/ctrlp.vim is a maintained fork.
re: What's the difference between a pane, buffer and tab in Vim and how should they be used in one's workflow?
When you open a file, the file is loaded into memory, into ...
re: My first professional programming experience
But I like gifs
re: Explain MapReduce like I'm five
Map at scale: you cut up the data into pieces, map each pie...
re: Explain MapReduce like I'm five
You take data, you map it, and you reduce it. AT SCALE!™
re: Developing from an iPad
At the moment it's pretty far away from actually running on...
re: Developing from an iPad
I'm working on an app that would give you a Linux shell tha...
re: How I want my command inputs, but nobody agrees
I love how you forgot how to create arrays in java retur...
re: How I want my command inputs, but nobody agrees
I love how you forgot how to create arrays in java ...
re: Explain Ethereum like I'm five
whatthefuckisethereum.com
re: What simple things annoy you about your favourite programming languages?
Because "hello" + "world" is a syntax error, since t...
re: When the white space became a beast
There are dozens and dozens of Unicode characters that show...
re: What Are Your Career Goals?
Also I have a new plan that's faster than webkit-based jit:...
re: What Are Your Career Goals?
I've already started working on it: github.com/tbodt/ish. I...
re: How are passwords stored?
Good point. I would add a sentence or two about hash speed...
re: How are passwords stored?
Either that, or replace the entire article with just that o...
re: How are passwords stored?
I sort of doubt anybody is going to click on a link that's ...
re: How are passwords stored?
Maybe at least mention bcrypt and scrypt, and that the spee...
re: How to use Twitter’s Search REST API most effectively.
Formatting is somewhat broken...
re: How To Handle Exceptions With Aspect Programming And Blame Covfefe
inspiration from this queszizi codegolf.stackexchange.com/q...
re: How To Handle Exceptions With Aspect Programming And Blame Covfefe
This was a pretty good exxaxa
re: Don’t pay the for-loop tax
I discovered that I pasted the code wrong, so I've edited t...
re: Don’t pay the for-loop tax
Oops, I pasted the code wrong. What I wanted to do was gene...
re: Don’t pay the for-loop tax
This was C, I didn't have a find method on all the arrays.
re: Don’t pay the for-loop tax
I've written plenty of loops that would look a lot worse if...
re: Teaching My Kids Linux
spoopy
re: Teaching My Kids Linux
are you a hacker
re: Benefits of Rust
any compiler that supports -Wall
re: Benefits of Rust
One of the really cool things I saw when using Rust, was w...
re: How does your organization pass secret keys around?
A lot of our passwords are just the name of the company plu...
re: What should you do if your company's code is stolen and being publicly reused without permission?
yeah, well...I don't know what else you can do
re: What should you do if your company's code is stolen and being publicly reused without permission?
sue the shit out of them?
re: GitHub Pages and Single-Page Apps
netlify is cool The free tier gives you everything GitHub ...
re: What Are Your Career Goals?
I wanna make cool things that people use. My latest idea i...
re: Roughing It Dev Style: Coding Without a Computer
How much can you do with just Buffer Editor if you don't ha...
re: Implementing translations
noice
re: Looking to build a text-based game engine
Inform is really nice and open source. inform7.com
re: What side projects are you currently working on and how can others be of help? (Feb 15)
I'm writing a set of python bindings to html5ever: github.c...
re: Writing safer C with Clang address sanitizer
Literally the only problem with asan is that if you pass a ...
re: What side projects are you currently working on and how can others be of help? (Feb 4)
I'm making a headless browser in Python. The browser itself...
re: What’s the most interesting new or upcoming browser feature?
Right now, you can install Emscripten incoming and compile ...
re: What's your favorite tool or library that few others have heard of?
Sure, just send me your email address. You could either use...
re: What’s the most interesting new or upcoming browser feature?
WebAssembly. I truly believe there will come a day when eve...
re: Ctrl+R Autocomplete with Bash is a Life Saver
For me, what's even better than Ctrl-R is the Fish shell. In ...
re: Which editor/IDE do you use and why?
I use vim exclusively, because I can't imagine using an edi...
re: What are your programming goals for 2017?
That's the one.
re: What are your programming goals for 2017?
My company does a lot of web scraping, it's basically the e...
re: What are your programming goals for 2017?
I want to finish reading the HTML standard. I'm working on ...
re: SQL is Insecure
How is this patchable?
re: Write a REPL in Ruby
readline is written in C. I'd say the best way to test it i...
re: The Idea of Lisp
Exactly.
re: The Idea of Lisp
I recently learned Lisp and thought it was the stupidest la...
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