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re: Announcing Regex Nodes, a visual editor for Regular Expressions
Can I write the regex query first and then see the represen...
re: Why are you learning Elm?
I actually enjoy the syntax very much. It is so simple.
re: Why are you learning Elm?
P.S. JavaScript has its own place (for me you can quickly h...
re: Why are you learning Elm?
So I wouldn't complain about TypeScript later on. dev.to/p...
re: freeCodeCamp's Pomodoro Clock project built in Elm
Man it's awesome!!!
re: The Value Of Your Time
I think it's a problem of communication more than about tim...
re: What have been the broken promises of computer technology?
"when you're pointing the finger at someone, remember you h...
re: What have been the broken promises of computer technology?
That it's going to speed things up. Instead you have to buy...
re: What do you do if you're in the middle of a project and you realize it already exists in the world?
I've read the answers here and came to conclusion that if t...
re: Are we "developers" gatekeeping "knowledge" from our juniors and peers? 🤦
You look at this in a bubble. What if that senior was just...
re: Start an email list, right now, this second
I checked out convertkit. They don't have a free tier. So I...
re: Start an email list, right now, this second
I want to start a newsletter where a user can choose which ...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
I think there is some crypto currency platform where you wr...
re: I'm concerned with the move that FreeCodeCamp just pulled by leaving Medium
Medium is BS unfortunately. Not saying they don't have anyt...
re: Writing A Word Memory Game In Elm - Part 2: Modeling And Building a Basic Word Memory Game
viewSentence takes one argument: viewSentence : Words -&...
re: Writing A Word Memory Game In Elm - Part 1: Setting Up an Elm Application With Parcel
Actually, it works. I figured what the problem was. The pro...
re: Writing A Word Memory Game In Elm - Part 1: Setting Up an Elm Application With Parcel
Seems to have been a dev.to issue. The screenshot basically...
re: Aim to Never Stop Learning
Anki. Helps you commit things to long term memory. Uses som...
re: Writing A Word Memory Game In Elm - Part 1: Setting Up an Elm Application With Parcel
It's working with elm-live though:
re: Writing A Word Memory Game In Elm - Part 1: Setting Up an Elm Application With Parcel
I went with the parcel as well. But I have an empty page. I...
re: What advice would you give someone looking to use their keyboard more and their mouse less?
Change your mouse from right to left hand. Try to slowly le...
re: Pack the same elements into a list inside a list.
To [[1], [2], [1]]
re: Pack the same elements into a list inside a list.
For now I have this. Can you guess what's wrong with this c...
re: What you can learn from live coders
Yeah, he was streaming advent of code and left the videos t...
re: What you can learn from live coders
Add tsoding to the mix: twitch.tv/tsoding and Jose Valim, t...
re: No duplicates challenge in Elm
I had this noDupes (a :: more) in the else branch when expe...
re: No duplicates challenge in Elm
I'm taking a note of "checking for a list with exactly two ...
re: No duplicates challenge in Elm
Interesting this code noDupes : List a -> List a noD...
re: No duplicates challenge in Elm
Now I have some missing possibilities: This `case` does ...
re: No duplicates challenge in Elm
How do I pattern match on the list with two elements? no...
re: How to delete all your local branches but keep master
rm -rf is such a danger. I heard about how dangerous it is,...
re: creating content vs. structuring content: how do *you* go from one to another?
I've listened to an audio book called "Radical Honesty" by ...
re: creating content vs. structuring content: how do *you* go from one to another?
I was reading you post and at some a very great idea came t...
re: What is a Full-Stack Developer? A personal experience
What is PHBs?
re: What is a Full-Stack Developer? A personal experience
I'm trying to put a label on myself for a certain period of...
re: What tools do you use to prepare talks and presentations.
You assumption is correct. Wow, you go way back with your ...
re: What tools do you use to prepare talks and presentations.
That's good to know!
re: Dark Side vs Light Side
I have decided to give it another try. I installed another ...
re: What tools do you use to prepare talks and presentations.
Revealjs it looks interesting enough that I will investigat...
re: Dark Side vs Light Side
I just don't know how to refer to a person if he has a spac...
re: How Do I Start Giving Talks on Coding?
Yeah, lightning talks is also a good way to get started. Go...
re: How Do I Start Giving Talks on Coding?
I haven't given a talk yet. But a good way to practice woul...
re: Dark Side vs Light Side
Thank you for sharing. I just tried to switch to light them...
re: Dark Side vs Light Side
I use dark, because I've noticed that when I use light I ha...
re: I've re-built my portfolio based on a Dribbble shot I found. What do you think?
First: the horizontal slider should be scrollable. Second: ...
re: How to cut an mp3 file into multiple audios with bash and ffmpeg according to a timetable.
Big big thank you man.
re: How to cut an mp3 file into multiple audios with bash and ffmpeg according to a timetable.
This is not exactly what I want in this case, however, usin...
re: How do you deal with burnout and low motivation?
I guess be more playful like a child and less adult and bus...
re: The World of Emacs
Sir, this a good repo. Thanks.
re: I’m sorry, but this “Full Stack” meme makes me really mad/sad
I just realized that full stack is not a myth. It's just wi...
re: RelaxedReader — A Firefox Addon to Fight Reading Anxiety
Thanks. I guess this is a common thing I didn't know. Live ...
re: RelaxedReader — A Firefox Addon to Fight Reading Anxiety
What is FIFO and FOMO?
re: Do you use the Dvorak Keyboard?
One more thing, for me it's about being as effective as pos...
re: Do you use the Dvorak Keyboard?
Easiest way to start is with typing.com. You will get up to...
re: I am a Senior Software Architect, Ask Me Anything!
How do I use React and Redux without losing my mind? 1) Wh...
re: Need help - Losing faith in my team
Super. I hope you keep your dev enthusiasm!
re: How do you train people to ask good questions
Let's play a game: What if the same question was asked by y...
re: Need help - Losing faith in my team
Well said!
re: Need help - Losing faith in my team
I've read your post a couple days ago. The solution just ca...
re: Should I learn ReasonML or Elm?
For comparison check out the "Space Invaders" game in both:...
re: Should I learn ReasonML or Elm?
You will probably learn both to some extent. Try them both ...
re: I am a programming coach/trainer, Ask Me Anything!
English is not my native language as well : )))
re: I am a programming coach/trainer, Ask Me Anything!
Q: I have 12-17 years, Can I study programming? A little ty...
re: How can I combine tags when searching on Dev.to?
For now, I found that google search works in a way I want t...
re: Do you notice that you hold yourself from writing even when you have something to say?
You know, you gave me an idea. I think, I need to just spin...
re: Code-it® Notes 📝 for JavaScript
I like them.
re: 100 Days Of Commitment: My Journey Through A #100DaysOfWriting Challenge
You seem to be pretty focused on a one single thing.
re: I've wrapped up a successful mentorship on Dev.to - AMA
How did you establish initial conversation? How deep did yo...
re: What's your Wifi's name?
It's "mahmud". The first thought that came to mind.
re: Is Haskell bad for FP?
I love Haskell. It's cool. Probably have to find the materi...
re: Language Features: Best and Worst
Pattern matching is a must. Haskell like syntax (small but ...
re: Writing a Fast Sudoku Solver in Haskell
Thanks, good tutorial. I will read the whole series.
re: Have you done anything scripty with Elixir?
I'm gonna be using your template : )
re: Sh*tpost: can we stop saying "syntactic sugar"?
I'm fine with syntactic sugar.
re: Changelog: Reading Time Now Displayed
But, as with everything, there will be two camps. The one t...
re: Changelog: Reading Time Now Displayed
When I saw that feature I didn't like it because: 1) it's c...
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
I'm on Linux, but it took me a couple of attempts to actual...
re: What resources would you recommend to learn Rust?
You can also take a look at my Rust playlist on youtube. Th...
re: Hi, I'm stevensonmt
Nice to meet you Steven.
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
I'm sorry. I'm kind of unfamiliar with unix. Do you mean on...
re: Every developers 'oh my god I get it' moment.
Yes I had that same with reduce (to be precise with foldl a...
re: Should I learn Go?
TBH, the reason I'm asking I wanted to recommend Rust. It ...
re: Should I learn Go?
Did you consider learning other languages?
re: What else can dev.to?
By the way, I personally read your post. But as a beginner ...
re: What else can dev.to?
The crowd here is not used to the FP. If you try to make th...
re: What else can dev.to?
Ah, another use is I do my notes here in a draft format. An...
re: What else can dev.to?
Well, just recently I found the post here called "Resume Re...
re: Changelog: Adjusted position of post buttons for wide screens
Here's an idea. What if you had on option to move it to the...
re: Changelog: Adjusted position of post buttons for wide screens
At first when I saw the bar down there I thought "What the ...
re: Request for Comments: Quirk, an Open Source Cognitive Behavioral Therapy App
Is there a way to couple it with HRV (heart rate variabilit...
re: How Learning Elixir Made Me a Better Programmer 🥃
Hello coffee driven development : ) Would you like to try ...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
Thanks, I added the colors.
re: What's the Betamax of your field?
Hack without fear. This ain't going anywhere. You can mark ...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
Python. And I mean in terms of educational material + peopl...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
It's more "educational", I guess.
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
Spoiler: Guys on reddit helped me with the problem. My fin...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
I think I'm getting closer. defmodule Triple do def tr...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
Here's what I've got so far: defmodule Triple do def t...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
List comprehensions are too much of an overdue, they produc...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
While, I was eating I had an idea. I haven't thought of lis...
re: Have you ever heard a more beautiful phrase than this?
Ben what's your take on Elixir? I see so many benefits. Hav...
re: Exploring Vim: The 10 or So Things You Need To Know To Go Through The Dip
Jesper Petersson @peterssonjesper Let me introdu...
re: Im 17 working as a software development apprentice, Ask Me Anything!
What is the difference between an apprentice and a junior d...
re: If you could only achieve one thing as a programmer during the next year, what would it be?
I'm doing the same thing. I'm learning phoenix and I'm writ...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
But I will probably later look more into github.com/vmchale...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
No, I haven't yet. Mainly, because diskus doesn't do the sa...
re: Why I'm studying math at 39 years old.
Playing poker helps. That was my first real encounter with ...
re: Go or Python and why?
Go with Go.
re: Know When to Fold 'Em
If you prefer Haskell than Eta lang could be the answer. Et...
re: Know When to Fold 'Em
Have you tried Eta lang on android?
re: npm package discovered to have bitcoin-stealing backdoor
That's beyond too much. That's too freaking much.
re: Hi, I'm Pabi
I read the wikipedia article. Controversy surrounds the o...
re: Hi, I'm Pabi
I understood that. Buy why an African city has a German nam...
re: Hi, I'm Pabi
Hey there ;) I'm wondering if Johannesburg has anything to ...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo
By the way, the JS itself compiles to JS(Babel).
re: Exploring Vim: The 10 or So Things You Need To Know To Go Through The Dip
I guess my dip is dvorak (note that only used vim to a poin...
re: Large numbers
That led me to thinking that there are people and companies...
re: How Do You Drive Attention and Traffic?
Just found this: join.megamaker.co/ Could help I don't kn...
re: How Do You Drive Attention and Traffic?
Minute 6-8 Some interesting conversation about marketing. ...
re: What do I write about in my blog as a junior developer?
Probably, my best recommendation would be, take a popular b...
re: What do I write about in my blog as a junior developer?
You mentioned Mint in one of your comments. You can write a...
re: The 2 ways to learn how to code
I guess the difference here is that we first have to build ...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo
If I can recommend the best presentation on the language, t...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo
I hear both sides of the story. The general picture is: p...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo
It is somewhat Haskell like, but doesn't have typeclasses.
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo
Highly recommend Elm (it has everything, its own package sy...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
Do you know what it means? diskus: could not contents of...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
Gosh, I like Rust. Thanks, for sharing.
re: Beer vs coffee?
I got the mct oil. Tried it two times already with coffee a...
re: Beer vs coffee?
Yes (many people in east countries put butter in their tea)...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust
Another one that's interesting is bat (as an alternative to...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust
Ben do you have interesting Rust open source project on you...
re: My editor journey: sublime, vim, emacs, vscode
Man, thanks for sharing the video. Thanks for the cunningha...
re: General Portfolio Advice for Newbies
Well, I write drafts first and continue working on drafts. ...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust
Thanks, this is interesting.
re: How Do You Drive Attention and Traffic?
You have data skills. I'm blind as a bat here. So I don't k...
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
A very minor tweak. i-1 doesn't require parentheses in this...
re: How Do You Drive Attention and Traffic?
Maybe a book like this tractionbook.com/ would help.
re: How Do You Drive Attention and Traffic?
So the first question that I had reading your query was "Wh...
re: Bad code isn't shameful
Have you tried languages that will stop you before you do s...
re: I’m a 12 yr old developer. Ask me Anything
I'm teaching my little cousin to code. She is 10. Any advic...
re: Eat the frog
The first time I was introduced to this concept it sounded ...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly?
There is openstreetmap.org Which is also really good.
re: How to Combat Information Overload?
Yes, exactly, that's the right move. I also have the same ...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
I mostly don't know about them. So you are telling me new s...
re: Little partial application challenge in Haskell
Indeed, Haskell is picky. map (+ (-1)) [-10..0] is a work...
re: Little partial application challenge in Haskell
Very close. This one gives: <interactive>:1:1: er...
re: Little partial application challenge in Haskell
It works, I checked. That's a pretty clever solution.
re: I've been at this a long time and I have nothing to show for it.
You probably have some pain points in your workflow. But yo...
re: Top 43 Programming Languages: When and How to Use Them
Haskell is rather difficult to learn. In my experience i...
re: Beer vs coffee?
Haven't drank beer for ten years. So I'd go with coffee (an...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
To be honest, I haven't. The reason is... actually, it doe...
re: SHE CAN CODE!
Yesterday, I started teaching my little girl-cousin some pr...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
I cannot tell if your question are meant to be rhetorical,...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
Reading your article taught me an important lesson: I was ...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
Do you think the concept "having the end mind" is applicabl...
re: Monad Say What? (Part 1)
Well, first of all, welcome. It's nice to see more function...
re: How you communicate matters
So true. Important factor to consider, some people won't li...
re: Which language would you want to see take over the world?
Are people working on that?
re: Which language would you want to see take over the world?
I want Rust to be Haskell(have Haskell's syntax), or Haskel...
re: my post was sucked to an ether.
Was this the case where you thought you've already hit the ...
re: Teaching Functional Programming: Two Big Picture Approaches
Ed, I just a found a talk by Richard Feldman talking about ...
re: Which strategies do you choose when searching something?
I would have queried "yasuhiro matsumoto github" in the fir...
re: How to get started with functional programming
What helped me was the course on edx.org. I knew about the ...
re: Teaching Functional Programming: Two Big Picture Approaches
It becomes like 2d. Interesting.
re: Beta testers needed: New feature in elm-live
I don't mean docs. I mean books and video courses. Well, I'...
re: VScode completes things I don't want it to complete.
I looked into snippets they explain how to work with prefix...
re: VScode completes things I don't want it to complete.
I have made an update, because I found the solution. I have...
re: Teaching Functional Programming: Two Big Picture Approaches
Then I guess you need an example with the same language? Be...
re: VScode completes things I don't want it to complete.
I do the same thing with shift+enter.
re: Teaching Functional Programming: Two Big Picture Approaches
I guess I gravitated towards FP because I've read that it w...
re: Beta testers needed: New feature in elm-live
Do I need to use Elm 0.19? Because I'm currently using Elm ...
re: An example of why performance matters (with Python and Rust)
Rust's bat is sick though.
re: On staying motivated.
In that case, the challenge is good.
re: On staying motivated.
I kinda have a beef with this kind of challenges. There is...
re: Haskell by example - The birthday bar
Now I see I called slice only on one argument. It should ha...
re: Haskell by example - The birthday bar
I thinking I've got the idea how to solve the problem. Basi...
re: Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?
Ali it would be great to see a post from you about this tec...
re: Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?
I've heard about it on fun fun function. Haven't yet looked...
re: Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?
Recent pattern I've noticed that JS developers overlook lan...
re: Haskell by example - The birthday bar
I haven't solved it yet. But here's my process so far. a...
re: Big companies only hire graduates and other myths.
I'm in. I'm joining your discord.
re: From homelessness to making six figures: On learning how to code.
I was solving challenges on Edabit in JS. I was doing it in...
re: Haskell by example - The birthday bar
I'd like to see more inputs and outputs. This helps me to u...
re: From homelessness to making six figures: On learning how to code.
Bringing the power of Functional Programming to software ne...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
Yes. Just enter this in your terminal as a command (don't ...
re: Three hacks and commands to use in your terminal.
Do you use zsh?
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
I really like Haskell's repl because it allows you to learn...
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
Have you tried Try Haskell?
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
not True -- comments come after two hyphens instead of the...
re: Often neglected skills new devs should learn?
Programming in your sleep.
re: What interesting things I can do with npm?
There is a new kid on the block. His name is Turbo. But I'm...
re: How to be fully alert minutes after waking
I've heard that exercising right away may even be unhealthy...
re: How to be fully alert minutes after waking
Lately, when I wake up I immediately start thinking about p...
re: Improving writing skills
Here's Paul Graham's essay on the issue: Write Like You Ta...
re: Improving writing skills
Tell me what do you think is a good post/article? Just give...
re: What do you Google EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. and never just memorize?
How to compile from source code on linux.
re: I made tool for taking notes fast on the command line.
Use asciinema.org/ to make a demo out of a recording of a t...
re: How Can I Help Foster A Culture of Continual Learning?
I'm watching this talk and having a good laugh.
re: How Can I Help Foster A Culture of Continual Learning?
Grant Maki tells a story of how you can incrementally st...
re: Moving Away From Medium for Publishing Content?
I discovered that medium is not the platform for dev posts....
re: Which applications do you usually use in your phone?
Timer, countdown, firefox, youtube vanced (hacked without a...
re: What little things make you happy while coding?
The clicks I get when I understand what I discovered.
re: Find someone to mentor
Wow, I wasn't aware of that. I kinda regularly read Dev.to ...
re: Which Linux Notebook do you recommend?
Yeah.
re: Which Linux Notebook do you recommend?
I recommend this system76.com/laptops (here I'd buy a mini ...
re: Haskell for javascript programmers.
These limitations only seem to be limitations. I used to be...
re: Javascript needs competition on the front end. Thoughts?
But now they can go and use Elm, Purescript, ReasonML... or...
re: Javascript needs competition on the front end. Thoughts?
I've been thinking what if browsers adapt Elm completely as...
re: Breaking up with JavaScript
For one thing, you won't see anarchy in ELM. ELM has built ...
re: Breaking up with JavaScript
Try ELM programming language. It compiles to JS. It's stati...
re: Elm challenge on Exercism: Rna Transcription
First, I'm gonna try deal wit the case and then with the Re...
re: Elm challenge on Exercism: Rna Transcription
I wanted to use case, but then I wondered if elm has if els...
re: Why I hate Infinite Scrolling
I generally don't like it too. But it works for twitter. I ...
re: I coded in assembler on the Commodore Amiga in the early 90s, ask me anything!
Are you familiar with Rust? What do you think of that langu...
re: On Dealing with Anxiety and Depression as a Developer
I went to your website and noticed in the title that it say...
re: Bite the bullet and roll with the punches. Starting to learn ELM.
As far as I know SQL is a declarative language. Did you tea...
re: Bite the bullet and roll with the punches. Starting to learn ELM.
The way I see it. It's better refactoring and no runtime er...
re: How do you convince a client to a static website?
A static site could be run on CDN like netlify for free.
re: How do you convince a client to a static website?
You can sell it on safety. Tell them about security benefit...
re: The New Golden Rule of Programmers
Do you guys read Cal Newport by any chance? I think the is...
re: 10 Things I Regret About Node.js
When I asked the question I didn't watch the full talk. Aft...
re: First Impressions of Elixir
Interesting : )
re: Go or Python and why?
Use Go and then if your friend gets into building a reals p...
re: 10 Things I Regret About Node.js
The goal of Node was event driven HTTP servers. 5:04 1 Reg...
re: 10 Things I Regret About Node.js
One thing that I don't understand. Why did he created new k...
re: First Impressions of Elixir
Jack, do you know about FizzBuzz? Try to write one in Elixi...
re: Vim Is The Perfect IDE
OMG. You surprised me with VIM > Merci beacoup
re: 7 Technical Mind Blowing Facts About Bitcoin
Wow, thanks for sharing those facts. It was interesting to ...
re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018?
I made a post. There are a couple of video courses that are...
re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018?
There are a couple books on ELM, I'm writing a post about E...
re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018?
You didn't read the tech books because we kind of read them...
re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018?
When I googled that book I immediately had the urge to put ...
re: What topics can I cover in my Golang Youtube Channel
Well as far as basics go I think it's pretty much covered b...
re: Things I learned writing my first Elm app
There is something interesting about dev to. It's one of th...
re: Do you think there is a language better suited for solving data structures and algorithms?
Edabit is like codewars.
re: What are your UNIX pipeline commands that saved you from lot of coding/time?
I've used this exact line a couple days ago!
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