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re: ExecCommand obsolete can't find an alternative(confused)
Thanks @kamilbiedrzycki
re: ExecCommand obsolete can't find an alternative(confused)
Hi @kamilbiedrzycki, I need that command because I wanted to ...
re: 🐧 Why I switched back from Windows to Linux (Arch/Manjaro)
I guess it depends on each case. In the old days when cycles ...
re: 🐧 Why I switched back from Windows to Linux (Arch/Manjaro)
I agree with you Figam rocks but blender might be a problem w...
re: 🐧 Why I switched back from Windows to Linux (Arch/Manjaro)
Linux is great and I am also a Linux lover but the graphic to...
re: Best Wordpress providers in Europe?
Ok, I am happy that your experience with them is great but ot...
re: Best Wordpress providers in Europe?
Thanks, @ian for the fast response. I also have seen that t...
re: Best Wordpress providers in Europe?
Thanks, @ian for sharing When you say DevOps are you referr...
re: Definitive guides vs articles every day?
In my case, I only think if I provided enough value for the r...
re: Definitive guides vs articles every day?
As I said we all need to provide value and thank the comunity...
re: Definitive guides vs articles every day?
Why not half of the project for free half for money as a cour...
re: Definitive guides vs articles every day?
Interesting idea and useful I might add. Thanks for sharing ...
re: Definitive guides vs articles every day?
Thanks @benhalpern for sharing your opinion on this subject. ...
re: Sapper SSR svelte: trying to add toast ui to the default template in index.svelte
Hi, I come from the svelte discord because I didn't receive ...
re: Send an email with python (simple, complexe, more complexe)
You are welcome, glad I could help
re: The cons and pros of creating a drag and drop page builder from scratch? (React, Vue, Angular)
Thanks, @JZJavaScriptCorner for sharing your experience and c...
re: Would you use redux or another state management in 2020?
I think i will also go with easy peasy or rematch because m...
re: Would you use redux or another state management in 2020?
Thanks for sharing @michalgacka, the reasons why you use Mo...
re: Would you use redux or another state management in 2020?
Thank you for sharing your experience @pedrohenriquewindis...
re: The cons and pros of creating a drag and drop page builder from scratch? (React, Vue, Angular)
You are welcome
re: Would you use redux or another state management in 2020?
Thanks for the quick follow up @franciscoquintero, I will ...
re: The cons and pros of creating a drag and drop page builder from scratch? (React, Vue, Angular)
Hi, @sarahksiyer Thanks for sharing your solution To answ...
re: Would you use redux or another state management in 2020?
Thanks for sharing @franciscoquintero, your experience and ...
re: Shopping cart state saved in database or cookie for guests?
Thanks, @chrismckay for sharing your experience and talking...
re: Shopping cart state saved in database or cookie for guests?
I have some doubts regarding this practice. Thanks for exp...
re: Shopping cart state saved in database or cookie for guests?
Thanks, @chris-pardy for sharing your solution and explanat...
re: Shopping cart state saved in database or cookie for guests?
Thanks, @andresmoreno for sharing your experience and your ...
re: Who am I?
I am glad you liked the article @dianfay. I also wanted to...
re: How does a premium course look like for you?(any language or technology)
I agree with you, that a course should cover things that ar...
re: Does Vue slotted content not inherite the transition of the parent?
Thanks @tylerv for the help I will credit you in the github...
re: Does Vue slotted content not inherite the transition of the parent?
Thanks for the link and ideas @tylerv, I really appreciated...
re: Do you consider ethical to offer half the course for free but no refunds?
After I finish my custom made training platform that should...
re: Do you consider ethical to offer half the course for free but no refunds?
After someone downloads your course using other methods, th...
re: Do you consider ethical to offer half the course for free but no refunds?
Still, it sounds like a weird flex. I'd probably be suspic...
re: Github bot @dependabot fixes security vulnerabilities
Thanks @ryanwestlund for sharing your opinion on @dependab...
re: What are your opinions regarding(about) animated logos?
Thanks, @michielhendriks for sharing your opinion, I also a...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Thanks @oshanwisumperuma, unfortunately, it has no document...
re: Github bot @dependabot fixes security vulnerabilities
Interesting @rob I haven't pushed the PR yet. Thanks for ...
re: Six Ways a Russian Hacker Attacked My Website
Thanks for the quick reply @nastyox
re: Do you consider ethical to offer half the course for free but no refunds?
Hi @kalaiarasanpushpanathan, I agree with this part Cre...
re: Six Ways a Russian Hacker Attacked My Website
Hi @nastyox, Do you use only PHP or do you have an API wit...
re: What is your roadmap in your selected programming language?
Hi @mazda , I am new to the platform and haven't read if t...
re: What is your roadmap in your selected programming language?
Thanks @spyrosargalias for sharing such a detailed roadmap ...
re: What is your roadmap in your selected programming language?
Interesting website, thanks for sharing @pjsahrudh
re: License to restrict too many forks
My project is a bit different I had in mind to build a CMS ...
re: License to restrict too many forks
Thanks @jasperhorn , I will keep your suggestion in my min...
re: Would a todo app made with vue help you for Vue mastery event?
Here is the todo I built dev.to/wolfiton/wolf-todo-3m3f
re: VSCodium(VSCode) extensions to make working with Vue easier
Thanks for sharing @manuelojeda
re: Free weekend at Vue Mastery starting on 13th of March!
How is your comment related to the subject of the article?
re: Difference between cp and rsync
Thanks @brandonwiliams for reminding me of that.
re: Free weekend at Vue Mastery starting on 13th of March!
You are welcome
re: Free weekend at Vue Mastery starting on 13th of March!
You can ask your question here directly to Vue Mastery vuem...
re: Difference between cp and rsync
Thanks @devin, I will correct it right away
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Thanks for sharing @pofi your opinion and view of what it n...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Nice articles, thanks for sharing @josefstrzibny Also, you m...
re: Difference between cp and rsync
I agree that rsync is useful for the case you mentioned and...
re: What are you building for women's day?
I built this dev.to/wolfiton/surprise-for-women... and push...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Thanks for sharing your opinion @arthurvincentsimon
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
I am not referring to your book @stephenbussey, I am referr...
re: Send an email with python (simple, complexe, more complexe)
Hi @saadmrb , To make your code more readable you can use ma...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
Thanks, @marco for sharing your experience regarding Python...
re: Kubuntu install
Thank you @asharkhan for appreciating my work.
re: Kubuntu install
Thank you @moelong for appreciating my article. I am also g...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Some readers of this thread may want to see some action(show ...
re: What framework would you recommend between ansible and puppet?
Is there no recommendation regarding this topic on DevOps?
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
I haven't tried it yet, but I heard that it is C for the we...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Interesting view, thanks for sharing how others feel about it...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I am glad it works out well for you, thank you for sharing ...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
Thanks for sharing and explaining where you use it, really ...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
I am not looking for evangelists. I am looking for people t...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Elixir has a large ecosystem but unfortunately, it lacks do...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
You are aware that writing and creating tutorials will make...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
Interesting, I will have to test it, I like what you are sa...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
We can make it to be adopted if we(developers) release more...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
I think that companies like to stay in the comfort zone and...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
I think it needs more documentation and implication and relea...
re: What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?
Not impressed by praprog books when I have to deal with all...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
Heard about Nim it's trying to be the successor of python r...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Thanks for explaining more with examples and also for the w...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
It seems that I will have to take into consideration node f...
re: What is the best scripting language for secure automation and speed?(python, ruby, rust)
Interesting point, but as I recall JavaScript is not multi-...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Very interesting information, can you pojnt me to where you...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
So we can use the same idea that some people use with Postg...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I will dive into docker soon. Thanks for the heads up, on ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
They probably are not Linux admins and use docker to emulat...
re: Five Linux commands that are very useful when requesting help
I am glad you enjoyed the article.
re: Five Linux commands that are very useful when requesting help
Also for any doubts regarding ls please read this en.wikipe...
re: Five Linux commands that are very useful when requesting help
Very good point, to use the reporting tool.
re: Five Linux commands that are very useful when requesting help
Thanks for your opinion please see the article in my commen...
re: Five editors every developer should know
You are welcome. Glad I could help. Just out of curiosity, ...
re: Five editors every developer should know
It's an electron app like VSCode so I think that it consume...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
So the things that made me move away: the technology I us...
re: Five editors every developer should know
I personally don't hate it or love it. I find it useful som...
re: Five editors every developer should know
Atom uses similar memory like VSCode, so you should try it
re: Five editors every developer should know
Odd in Kubuntu, Nano is the default, Manjaro and I think in...
re: Why would people hate React (or JSX), but not Vue SFC, or even Angular?
Vue and Angular are very good because they impose a certain...
re: Five editors every developer should know
You are completely right, the war of the editors emacs vs v...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Did my article help?
re: When KDE meets Ubuntu it becomes Kubuntu(try without installing- live mode)
Dear Readers, would some pictures step by step help more to...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Very good points, thanks for sharing them @MatteoCarotta. ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I use Linux as my main OS for work and home use and it has ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I use a different distro after trying: Manjaro Lubuntu Ub...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
If you have time Dear Readers, please also add your suggest...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Glad I could write this article and share our experiences w...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Good points Thanks for the feedback @RyanWestlund
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I don't use a laptop on batteries so I can't argue with th...
re: What would you like to read, Dear Reader?
Phoenix is an Elixir framework, so no Haskell, but still it...
re: What would you like to read, Dear Reader?
Would some of the Readers be interested in my projects for ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
Me too, I am also a gamer(when I have time) and Vulkan supp...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
If you don't need Vulkan and AMD OpenCL, then you will not ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I agree, with Linux we can even rewrite the whole system if...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
I also had trouble but discovered a simple solution. If you...
re: What would you like to read, Dear Reader?
Can you explain more what you would like to read? Because ...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
There are telemetry options you will have to disable and I ...
re: How I Gave My Personal Site An Accessibility Makeover
Thank you for showing also an example of what you tried, wh...
re: GH the new official Github CLI Tool (in beta)
You can have both installed, I don't think they will collid...
re: GH the new official Github CLI Tool (in beta)
To help Github improve their tool, because it will become t...
re: GH the new official Github CLI Tool (in beta)
The interface is the same but there are a lot of issues tha...
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
I know that you are not part of the Github Team, but you br...
re: GH the new official Github CLI Tool (in beta)
Hi @v1rtl, I was thinking we could all use gh in a test pr...
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
The new article about gh is live here gh article. Let me k...
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
Thanks, I will do it tomorrow.
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
Would you allow me @rhymes to quote what you comment on he...
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
Thank you for posting this update @rhymes , also I am very ...
re: RE: How can open source contributors and maintainers engage in a respectful ongoing relationship?
Respect for each other's work and also very good documentat...
re: Can CSS variables be watched, (need a smart cookie)
How about vuejs.org/v2/guide/computed.html#C...? Vue is re...
re: Hub the GitHub wrapper you never knew
Thank you for spotting that typo.
re: What is the programming tutorial in 2020, you wanted to learn but couldn't find?
Thanks for sharing and good luck with your tutorial series....
re: What is the programming tutorial in 2020, you wanted to learn but couldn't find?
Good point @Maureen, we need more tutorials that help us ju...
re: VSCodium the open-source version of VSCode without telemetry
Please create a new issue here github.com/VSCodium/vscodium...
re: VSCodium the open-source version of VSCode without telemetry
After you try it, please come back with your results. I am ...
re: VSCodium the open-source version of VSCode without telemetry
Before you posted this comment have you tried VSCodium?
re: I need to start writing test, any tips?
Really good advice @RyanLatta, to start on the familiar gro...
re: I need to start writing test, any tips?
You are welcome, I hope it helps.
re: I need to start writing test, any tips?
Google is always the first step to get more info, try this:...
re: I need to start writing test, any tips?
On what programming language would you like to start learni...
re: VSCodium the open-source version of VSCode without telemetry
For me it is faster then the original, also I am 100% sure ...
re: Absinthe Journey with Wolfiton or How to Bring the Absinthe Tutorial UP to Date- Part 3 The Walls
I will add an alter table to the migration to change this u...
re: Welcome Thread - v57
Hi Everyone, I am wolfiton, and I like absinthe(elixir fra...
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