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re: Nice tip - open your Github project page from CL
Ooh, good point. Both should work. BROWSER may not always b...
re: Nice tip - open your Github project page from CL
In Linux there's no open command. You should be able to do ...
re: Are You interested in a series implementing the same application in Vue, React, Angular, Svelte?
It may be worth it to check this out. github.com/gothinkste...
re: What do you have to Google? Every. Single. Time.
I'm a fan of what works for you. I like mine web based beca...
re: What do you have to Google? Every. Single. Time.
Sql Joins. I may as well print this and hang it on my wall ...
re: What do you have to Google? Every. Single. Time.
Good idea!
re: What do you have to Google? Every. Single. Time.
Totally agree. I've been keeping "developer" notes and it r...
re: What do you have to Google? Every. Single. Time.
Especially for programming, I with I could easily limit all...
re: Do you have an inner monologue? Some don't.
Yea. Like I can have a conversation with myself in my head ...
re: Do you have an inner monologue? Some don't.
Apparently some do. It's not that they cant think, it's jus...
re: Do you have an inner monologue? Some don't.
Yea mine both sounds like me but doesn't. It's just a voice...
re: New Machine; New Browser
We need some more love for Qutebrowser! It's actually prett...
re: What are your thoughts on Tailwind CSS?
I have learned not to worry about the volume of css classes...
re: React/Vue components are just server side template components with worse performance. Change my mind.
Yes, I know it's not hard to get it pre-rendered. But it is...
re: React/Vue components are just server side template components with worse performance. Change my mind.
front to backend takes time yes. But what takes more, an ht...
re: React/Vue components are just server side template components with worse performance. Change my mind.
I think we should assume equal knowledge of front end and b...
re: React/Vue components are just server side template components with worse performance. Change my mind.
To me this is worse. There's already complexity over using ...
re: How I manage my dotfiles using GNU Stow
Ooh thanks. Fixed.
re: What was your win this week?
Pro Tip: Freezer. 30 minutes. Eat. Profit.
re: No Longer Tim Baker, Jane Fisher, Joe Taylor. What Would Be Your Chosen Occupational Last Name?
Shawn DotPy
re: What's your non-internet career alternative?
Yea the one here at least is pretty good. Better than a lot...
re: What's your non-internet career alternative?
I want a medieval themed place like blast pizza to go to no...
re: I've Trained Programming Interns For 6+ Years, Ask Me Anything!
Oh writing is great too. I do bullet a journal too.
re: I've Trained Programming Interns For 6+ Years, Ask Me Anything!
Great tips! That will help a lot thanks. One thing I realiz...
re: I've Trained Programming Interns For 6+ Years, Ask Me Anything!
I am taking a side job with a local bootcamp that does cour...
re: How do you respond to "What is tour greatest strength/weakness?" In interviews?
"We're going to need you to sign this NDA." Is this a jo...
re: How do you respond to "What is tour greatest strength/weakness?" In interviews?
After talking with someone else, one response I thought of ...
re: How do you respond to "What is tour greatest strength/weakness?" In interviews?
Oh it is ridiculous. But in my 10 years as a developer, I h...
re: How do you respond to "What is tour greatest strength/weakness?" In interviews?
This is a great suggestions. I'll just have to plan some re...
re: Top 7 Backend Web Development Frameworks in 2019
A lot of people don't realize that Pinterest is primarily b...
re: Generate images with Python PIL
PIL has been maintained for some time. You should be using ...
re: What are your thoughts on the whole 10x engineer viral discussion?
Just found this. 10x.engineers Really though. This all a...
re: What are your best tips for writing technical blog posts?
Great points. Basically, MVP your blog post. We don't start...
re: 🤓 The Nerd Talk: Superhero’s Privacy
Google photos would do a lot here for a lot of super heroes...
re: What TV shows are you binging right now?
it is one of my favorites! must see.
re: What TV shows are you binging right now?
Parks and Recreation for the second time after it ended.
re: Practical Rust Web Development - API Rest
that would be great.
re: Practical Rust Web Development - API Rest
I am still going through these and am new to Rust. But bein...
re: Being Honest with Myself: Failing at Teaching Myself
Programming is Hard Sure some people can do it e...
re: PlaceKeanu.com — A slightly more breathtaking placeholder service
My biggest request would be to pass say "f" to have a gif r...
re: Why you should avoid ORMs (with examples in Node.js)
I am no pro, but wouldn't database caching solve some of th...
re: The best joke about recursion
In order to understand recursion, one must first understand...
re: As a Software Engineer, do you prefer to work at start-ups or outsourcing agencies or big companies?
For me to answer this, I have to ignore the fact that of th...
re: The Day "/proc" Died
Other than randomly seeing if the disk is full like Franco ...
re: DevDiscuss Resume Stats
That's interesting, I had not thought of that before. I wil...
re: What's one advice you'd give to someone heading to a web development interview?
Realize that the interview is two ways. You are interviewin...
re: Create your first Serverless API
Your link to the serverless website is broken.
re: DevDiscuss Resume Stats
I have used google docs for a while and then export to PDF....
re: Welcome to the Big Thread Club, Helen Anderson. You are the latest winner of the Big Thread Badge. 🎉
Now, if those with a given badge, could purchase that stick...
re: Do you have your own Gatsby site? Let's brainstorm a dev.to cross-poster
I don't believe it will update posts that were already publ...
re: Do you have your own Gatsby site? Let's brainstorm a dev.to cross-poster
As long as you have an RSS feed Dev can already pull in you...
re: What do you think about the idea that "there should be only one way of doing a thing" in programming languages?
Totally agree. I love python and is often my goto. But its ...
re: What is GitHub and why should I join?
Some employers will ask for your github profile as well whe...
re: What was the moment you realized you weren’t such a newbie anymore?
I try to, once a year, take a language that seems interesti...
re: broot, a new way to browse directories
theres a tool called z where i can type say z folderName an...
re: Pink Theme > Any Other Theme
And here my inner monolague pronounced them the same as pot...
re: Pink Theme > Any Other Theme
It's not pink, its light red
re: broot, a new way to browse directories
While not in a "tree" structure, why not something like z w...
re: 20 Questions To Ask A Recruiter When Looking For A New Tech Job
These are great questions. One thing that helped me be bett...
re: How Do You Manage Dotfiles Across Environments and Machines
Of course. This "how to manage dotfiles" is a path I have t...
re: How Do You Manage Dotfiles Across Environments and Machines
I use stow. I have a repo where each folder in there, is a ...
re: I'm planning to ditch my MacBook and move away from laptop computing
Whoops. Typo corrected. Thanks.
re: I'm planning to ditch my MacBook and move away from laptop computing
This is why I love and use Antergos. It's basically an inst...
re: After learning Go, what made you stay with it rather than use a different language?
I actually like the GOPATH setup too. i already had somethi...
re: What is the most influential programming language you have learned?
Why was golang so influential for you?
re: What is the most influential programming language you have learned?
A friend likes to say that JS is a good language for new pr...
re: What are the hardest programming languages you have ever learned?
I tried learning Scala early in my career (started from PHP...
re: What are your favorite terminal apps or scripts, to use for productivity?
oh this is pretty swanky.
re: What are your favorite terminal apps or scripts, to use for productivity?
these are some of my favorite tools. z is just so darn usef...
re: What are your favorite terminal apps or scripts, to use for productivity?
oh this tool is neat. I was using mdcat for this but i real...
re: An elegant way to archive our voracious curiosity
Yea in the last few months that it has got a lot better. Es...
re: An elegant way to archive our voracious curiosity
Right now my favorite setup is using notion.so . I have an ...
re: An elegant way to archive our voracious curiosity
Check out notion.so
re: An elegant way to archive our voracious curiosity
I do the same but have everything in notion.so with notes I...
re: Can I see your terminal?
Here is mine. zsh tmux/tmuxp font: Roboto Mono nerd font...
re: As a Senior, do you look forward to mentor Junior developers?
Yes. I understand this also depends on your company and cul...
re: The Programmers Oath
Yea personal judgement is part of it too I think. As long a...
re: The Programmers Oath
I could agree with that. There would be a balance. If in a ...
re: The Programmers Oath
First off, I actually agree with you. This "code" doesn't s...
re: The Programmers Oath
Oh nice. I'll have to check them out. Yea he posts a lot of...
re: What programming language I should focus on?
In my experience, there a few things all good programmers d...
re: What programming language I should focus on?
You may want to learn PHP and Laravel instead of Ruby but,...
re: What's playing in your headphones while you code?
Lofi Hip Hop station on YouTube, electro jazz/blues, monste...
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