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re: The HTML checklist for your projects. The part one
I would prefer some explanation for some of these. Are thes...
re: Things we still can't do in CSS
I tried but apparently CSS variables don't work in media qu...
re: JavaScript start-up performance using JSON.parse
Wow... that's really interesting.
re: Server side rendering versus JS
Oh wow I had no idea about this fallback!
re: Things we still can't do in CSS
Thanks, I definitely appreciate the effort you put into thi...
re: Goldilocks and the Three Behavioral Patterns - A Design Patterns Intro
There are some fascinating ideas here but I'm skeptical of ...
re: At what age and in what language did you write your first line of code?
10, C++. I'm not sure how much that counts though because I...
re: What are the best blogging engines/frameworks for developers in 2020?
It sounds like you mean engine or framework rather than pla...
re: What will your coronavirus story be?
Not really a problem for me since I basically never leave t...
re: What's up this week?
I'm getting close to finishing my visual novel project (a f...
re: How do you pronounce strftime?
I'm on your team ❤️
re: A handy way to know your public IP Address with DNS servers
Very cool! I still think curl https://canihazip.com/s is mo...
re: Is CSS replacing HTML?
I think there's been some misunderstanding, as I never said...
re: HSL
Cool! I didn't know you could do so much with hsl functions...
re: Github bot @dependabot fixes security vulnerabilities
I found out about this recently when Acorn had a vuln. I wa...
re: Poll: Do you know in JavaScript, what `a == null` is for, exactly?
I knew exactly what it does, but I double-checked before co...
re: Fish Review
Awesome! I didn't know about that. I'll remove the criticis...
re: How to feel about <a ping>?
It lets websites gather information about you. But if you ...
re: Windows vs linux?
I prefer Unix all the way (and I prefer saying Unix to Linu...
re: repeat() - JavaScript
So that's how it's done! I tried to do this the Python way ...
re: Imperative vs functional in human language
That was the one I thought sounded more declarative...
re: Imperative vs functional in human language
Are you sure there's a difference between the common usage ...
re: Imperative vs functional in human language
Well the reason I was thinking of it wasn't that I think im...
re: Learning German
いいね!僕もゆっくりだけ読めます。通常は、グーグルトランスレートに向かうことが必要ですが、ベンのメッセージは僕に自信を...
re: Learning German
ベンも日本語で話せますね? 思ったよりかっこいいです!
re: Can anyone become a developer?
I think it's absolutely true. People can do almost anything...
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
Disabled the chat option?!? I don't know how or when I did ...
re: When should I use HTTP verbs?
Well, part of the reason I'm unsure is because other APIs I...
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
I think if you follow me we can use dev.to's chat :)
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
Run man touch | head -4 | tail -1 to find out :D
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
I would love to give community help, but I've never used RH...
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
I run FreeBSD. I like how it doesn't come with any cruft in...
re: Do you like frontend or backend more?
The furthest from JS, the better. Haha, I share this fee...
re: The Complete Guide to Status Codes for Meaningful ReST APIs - Let's start!
The animal pictures are the best part :D
re: 5 reasons to write Semantic HTML
The reason I started putting comments outside the &lt;artic...
re: 5 reasons to write Semantic HTML
I have my articles wrapped in &lt;article&gt;, but the comm...
re: Ben++
Cool! I'm surprised you got the job lacking both Ruby and G...
re: 5 reasons to write Semantic HTML
I learned from the linked pages about &lt;main&gt;. Now I h...
re: Everyone should write an operating system once
What an incredible project. I do kinda dream of doing this ...
re: Is devrant a strictly worse dev.to?
So the very fact that I compared them is proof that they ca...
re: Is devrant a strictly worse dev.to?
You should look up the meaning of strict before you use it...
re: Kill software for great glory
Thanks for posting such a in-depth reply. You're definitely...
re: Kill software for great glory
My point wasn't that either one will go away, but that it w...
re: What are Story Points?
Thanks for your answer! I will have to look into RSS.
re: What are Story Points?
Cool post, but I need to ask you an unrelated question. I u...
re: Change my mind: tests are overrated
If you may change your code, you need tests or any change ...
re: 3 ways to time travel in Git to undo destructive mistakes
Wowww.... this stuff is incredible! I knew about reflog, bu...
re: PHP devs: Why do you use PHP?
Your post link seems to be broken. I would like to read it.
re: Set cwd to script directory
Wow, I wouldn't have thought of this! Pretty cool, although...
re: 10 reasons to choose Linux
#9 isn't a real reason to use Linux, and #5 is more the lac...
re: What would you like to read, Dear Reader?
I thought this was going to be about the Haskell Reader mon...
re: Why you should never use the dict.get() method in Python
I completely disagree. Panel Morava makes good points, but ...
re: Google released a Lighthouse extension for Firefox!
Wow, that's awesome! I'll definitely check this out.
re: Your code should tell a story: Tips for writing code for others to read
It looks like under the #1 Bad snippet, you have a typo (re...
re: Why I live as root
Thanks. I'm glad to see there are some who share my feeling...
re: Why I live as root
I pray to god no one else suffers from this level of hubri...
re: Why I live as root
I don't do this on company servers.
re: Stop trying to take the user's choice
Most websites are using HTTPS anyways, and if they aren't,...
re: I Am Mesmerized By Our New Robotic Vacuum
I should be going to bed but just spent 5 more mins skimmin...
re: Is it just me, or does something not add up here?
And already I've picked up another follower since posting t...
re: Dreams of an ideal world: package managers
I'm a little confused by that question. Runnable software w...
re: Do we really need to minify everything?
Can't you use &lt;script type="module"&gt;? Or try snowpac...
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
No, but I do now :)
re: Do we really need to minify everything?
I would say minifying is well worth the effort. Though I us...
re: What is your favourite Git command?
I would've done that, but g for me is cd $argv; l (l == ls)...
re: What is your favourite Git command?
git stash push -m "entry description" -p :D
re: What is your favourite Git command?
I feel like the first priority would be to fix the error an...
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
Ooh, that's something that never even occurred to me. I don...
re: *AAS its just getting ridiculous now
Car vendors should start marketing themselves as "TaaG".
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
Lol, that sounds like a big source of time waste :P you two...
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
Google APIs (place search/geocode stuff), the API of the we...
re: Why you should get a good, international domain for yourself
How bad is .xyz? I went with one.
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
Forgot to mention: one thing that really bugs me about JS/J...
re: snake_case, camelCase, or dash-case?
That doesn't work in most languages, though, does it? What ...
re: I wrap my code at 80 columns; why you should too
Good points. I normally wrap mine at 120 since that still g...
re: My first implementation of Tic Tac Toe in Haskell!
Thanks! I just implemented error-checking on the input. I'l...
re: Nano is a good editor
Very good point. It was a pretty unfair comparison on my pa...
re: Nano is a good editor
I heard of Micro a while back. I tried it out briefly. I wa...
re: Use dot syntax to access dictionary key - Python Tips
Wow, I tried to implement this a while back and failed beca...
re: Dreams of an ideal world: the embedded editor
That's interesting, but it looks like that's just for a spe...
re: How to Market a Blog?
Oh wow... I just had a disheartening realization looking at...
re: How to Market a Blog?
Another thing: are the comments broke? I made one pointing ...
re: How to Market a Blog?
I feel you :) I've been struggling with this ever since I s...
re: Those silly mistakes we all make
I was working with JS template strings and wrote {...} insi...
re: CSS in JS - have we done something wrong?
I kind of dislike CSS in JS, and used to consider it a down...
re: Applying CSS :focus-within
Nice! Thanks for spreading awareness.
re: Are C macros awesome?
I've definitely seen macros used to create unreadable code....
re: Why I hate coding challenges in the hiring process
Wow, these are really good points. Have a heart and a unico...
re: Are properties harmful?
Ah, I see. Serialization is a good point.
re: Are properties harmful?
I don't know C# or what you mean by automatic properties, s...
re: Are properties harmful?
I see the idea, but is it so bad to just call a method from...
re: Coding music?
Cool! I used to use mplayer and found out about mpv a coupl...
re: How to quickly batch resize, compress, and convert images with a Bash one-liner
And here I was foolish around using a Python library for th...
re: Want To Know All Javascript Topics To Learn From Beginner To Advanced
Good question. Aside from general programming concepts (whi...
re: Fish Review
I just reinstalled zsh to check, it's definitely not there ...
re: Do you merge branches locally or create pull requests for personal projects?
Maybe I'm a bad boi for this, but I usually develop on mast...
re: How does your code sound?
It's this :) It's history is that when I first discovered z...
re: What are your favorite Linux utility/productivity tools?
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned dwm. It took me a while ...
re: How does your code sound?
Wow, this is super awesome! Unzalgo sounds surprisingly goo...
re: 5 HTML tags you should consider using more often
Nice! I can stop using class="small" on my website, and del...
re: Feedback for a project
I find the idea a bit fun. To be honest, I don't think it's...
re: How do you say "SQL"
I've heard that it's supposed to be "sequel", but I refuse ...
re: Latest thing I learned about Object and friends
I'm pretty sure I did and it was all the same results... ==...
re: Where do function properties go in JavaScript? And how can I get them as a separate object?
I just tried it in Chromium 78 FreeBSD and it worked.
re: Latest thing I learned about Object and friends
Whoa... &gt; f = k =&gt; k*2 [Function: f] &gt; f.keys = ...
re: Latest thing I learned about Object and friends
NANI?!? Okay, I'm puzzled here. It seems like objects are ...
re: Where do function properties go in JavaScript? And how can I get them as a separate object?
Wow, I'm really surprised that doesn't work. I'm interested...
re: A newb makes a queue in C!
Eek, thanks for pointing that out :) I'd learned about mall...
re: TIL NaN and Inf exist in Python too...
Wow, I didn't even know floating points different that much...
re: TIL NaN and Inf exist in Python too...
And math.isnan, and math.nan, which is not float('nan'), ap...
re: My Review of Nginx
I agree on optional semicolons; those bother me the most. I...
re: Improved Control Flow In JavaScript
I agree that the ternary operation is useful and generally ...
re: My Review of Nginx
I don't agree that all matters of syntax are subjective. Fo...
re: Make Your Writing More Approachable for Learners
These are really interesting thoughts. I'll keep this in mi...
re: What is the ideal length for a technical blog post?
1600 sounds fine to me. I tend to me less likely to read so...
re: Get parent class in Python?
Wow, I never would've guessed you can define classes inside...
re: Chromium Developer Tools can do that?
Nice, thanks! The dark mode will make my battery even more ...
re: What's the best documentation you have ever read?
Probably Go, then Postgres.
re: Social Lifespan of Posts
I think you're spot on. (I just posted one of those music d...
re: Coding music?
Ah, now I feel bad for posting duplicate content :/
re: What is your opinion on "advertising" in library logs?
Although I understand being frustrated with it, I think it'...
re: Web Components are the hero we need, but don't deserve
Awesome! I can't wait :D
re: Mentoring? Would you be interested?
I think I'm past the point of having a mentor really making...
re: Blogging Goals
These are good thoughts :) And ouch, I'm guilty of that Py...
re: I don't remember birthdays (for a reason)
I have no idea when my parents' birthdays are :D I honestl...
re: The Concise Python Tutorial, part 2: Flow control
I appreciate the feedback :) I don't think f-strings belong...
re: How can you swap two variables without using a third?
(Posting before reading the other comments) I came up with ...
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
In Python, you can just import the module name and get all ...
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
I suppose this is an advantage of IDEs, but it's not going ...
re: dev.to bots?
Okay, thanks for you answer :)
re: How do *you* pronounce sudo?
Wooooo! soo-dough is in the lead! :D I was taught -dough a...
re: There's a new DEV theme in town for all you 10x hackers out there (plus one actually useful new feature)
Man, that's a hilarious site :D I hate though how they app...
re: Tips to write better Conditionals in JavaScript
I think #1 and #3 are somewhat underrated. Especially in Py...
re: Demystifying Open Source Contributions
Nice writeup. Unfortunately, half of the open source projec...
re: What's one thing about Linux you wish you'd known?
If I had to give a single answer, it'd probably be the firs...
re: What's one thing about Linux you wish you'd known?
You might be interested in the Fish shell :) It has history...
re: What's one thing about Linux you wish you'd known?
I share the feeling, although it didn't take me that long (...
re: (a == 1 && a == 2 && a == 3) === true - Wait, hold on...
Aw man, I was disappointed to find out it wasn't what the t...
re: [] == ![] - WTFJS And Coercion
Wow, I knew about a lot of these but I'm shocked to learn t...
re: How can I use the 'download' flag/attribute to download a file in HTML w/ Chrome?
As far as I know, it's not something you do from HTML, but ...
re: what is the best sources for learning programming?
Well, "learning programming" is pretty vague, but I think i...
re: what your favorite Text Editor and Why you choose it?
After all the years, I'm still a Nano devotee. It's preinst...
re: Are you using shell aliases enough?
I just want to say that the day after I read this I did red...
re: How dependent are you on your development environment configuration?
I could do it, I think, but if I have a choice, my first st...
re: Something I've come to appreciate about dynamic typing
Ooh. I don't know OCaml, but that looks interesting. I gues...
re: Something I've come to appreciate about dynamic typing
Thank you for the response. I guess my example wasn't a ver...
re: Why readability is important
Very good point to add :)
re: Something I've come to appreciate about dynamic typing
Maps in statically typed languages require all the values t...
re: Something I've come to appreciate about dynamic typing
Ooh, I'm not sure. Basically having an enum type for the pr...
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
Ha, yeah, I should probably get around to learning typescri...
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
No
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
I don't think you understood the question. Accessing the cu...
re: FreeCodeCamp violated the rights of Medium authors
Damn, really? That's like... way more than uncool. That's f...
re: Disadvantages of Javascript import
Wow, I forgot that was even a thing! I think I read about t...
re: New browser on the block!
I'm glad to hear it, given my dissatisfaction with both Fir...
re: What are you "old enough to remember" in software development?
Asking for someone's name with a prompt to display "Hello...
re: Styled Components vs. CSS Stylesheets
My biggest issue is that on my site, I have mostly plain co...
re: Are you using shell aliases enough?
Ooh, now I feel like a hypocrite for making my git aliases ...
re: How do reactions work?
Oh, I see the reactions on the bottom now. Thank you. I don...
re: strings in python2 and python3
I haven't benchmarked this or anything, but there's also st...
re: How to Get Smarter Without Knowing Anything
Sadly, I find one of the most common excuses for not trying...
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