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re: Machine Learning in a Week
Thanks for reccomendation, Sentdex’s tutorial is clear to ...
re: How to create a Timeline Component with React
link broken
re: Study of Programming Languages Not to Learn in 2019
I not hope find job here. I just share some info fun. Shar...
re: Free book to learn JavaScript
not free
re: Study of Programming Languages Not to Learn in 2019
You decide.
re: Study of Programming Languages Not to Learn in 2019
Thanks for info. I like elixir, so erlang too.
re: 🔥 10 Tips for Developers according to Twitter
Mostly simple, sometimes fast. -- by Chenge
re: Simple Idea for Improving Error Handling of Go
could you show some code?
re: Simple Idea for Improving Error Handling of Go
Good writing, I'll read it.
re: Yet Another Unsolicited "Intro to Data Analysis in Python Using Pandas" Post
after 3 symbol add 'python' to color import pandas as pd...
re: I'm writing a book for junior developers!
Can I read it free? :)
re: I'm writing a free book on React
Thanks, the React official tutorial of a game is nice.
re: I'm writing a free book on React
A gentle idea: propTypes is a little complicated. Maybe mov...
re: I'm writing a free book on React
Free book is a good idea(maybe add some advertisement). I'l...
re: Starting out with React on 2019
Great tutorial for React. I really understand it. Starting ...
re: Lambda calculus
Many people say category theory is important. Which part of...
re: Lambda calculus
The book content looks nice.
re: A Good Video for Haskell Monad
Monad means impure. It is used to hint this is impure to di...
re: A Good Video for Haskell Monad
wait your post.
re: One-way data binding in vanilla JS (POC)
Good, what is POC?
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
Free Great Book: Learn You a Haskell
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
This is great for new. I feel Haskell is more easy to remem...
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics)
Good post, and another intro video.
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 2: List Comprehensions, Tuples, and Types)
A nice video.
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 2: List Comprehensions, Tuples, and Types)
Good. One long line is hard to read.
re: What's the "//?" in the Code Editor
//? is in the pro version. Free version is fun and useful.
re: What's the "//?" in the Code Editor
Cool, I find it in doc. Live Feedback.
re: What's the "//?" in the Code Editor
Quokka can give hint, but how to get "//?" effect?
re: What's the "//?" in the Code Editor
Really thanks.
re: Cool CLIs in Elixir with IO.write/2
works on my mac air.
re: A Little about IPFS
A short easy demo.
re: Gatsby #1: What is Gatsby?
Thank your great work. I've create my blog after watch the ...
re: Comparing Solutions: Number in Array
Add js after 3 symbol to color code.
re: Gatsby #1: What is Gatsby?
Good, you can embed the video, see the help info.
re: Dev.to Need a Recommendation System like Youtube
Why not have more choice? You can ignore it if you dislike ...
re: Dev.to Need a Recommendation System like Youtube
You focus on social action. I focus on content quality.
re: Dev.to Need a Recommendation System like Youtube
Thanks Ben, just a gentle idea from the experience from usi...
re: Dev.to Need a Recommendation System like Youtube
Don't you like to read high quality posts by recommendation...
re: Understanding Iterables & Iterators in javascript -ES6
Add js after 3 symbols to colr. const array = ['one','tw...
re: .includes For Noobs
Add js after 3 symbols to color. const morals = ["honor"...
re: src/.../styled.js - stairway to Styled-Component's CSS-in-JS heaven
I've read your doc. I want to try on my mac but don't know ...
re: src/.../styled.js - stairway to Styled-Component's CSS-in-JS heaven
Looks nice and easy understand. Is there a tutorial from ...
re: Hooks Reducer Links
Presentation, where? var pets = { names: ['Baron', 'Ch...
re: RunJS: A JavaScript 'Scratchpad' Tool for macOS
I'm not author, just share.
re: Async operations in JavaScript
Thanks, good explain.
re: RunJS: A JavaScript 'Scratchpad' Tool for macOS
Wait..., the 2 cols will be fun. I like it.
re: year++
Ben, thanks for you and team's great work. Expect Dev has m...
re: A lightweight web framework for Go
What's the pros? target? Docs are nice and short and easy t...
re: Reek - Find your Code Smells!
Fun, it can be viewed as an expert to learn from. Thanks fo...
re: Keyword Arguments of Ruby makes code more clear
ArgumentError
re: NodeJS vs ASP.NET (core)
MS loves to invent many tech names. If it's me, I'd like to...
re: Keyword Arguments of Ruby makes code more clear
Yes, it simplify code. Very useful.
re: Go Outta Here
Docker is built in Go. Every language has its pros and use ...
re: Go Outta Here
How much point of 10 will you give to GO? I will give these...
re: Go Outta Here
It checked the eat method. package main import "fmt" t...
re: Go Outta Here
Nil interface means everything so no need check. If you use...
re: Keyword Arguments of Ruby makes code more clear
Right, better params no more than 3. If more than 3 maybe s...
re: Go Outta Here
It uses duck typing, and check it while compiling.
re: Go Outta Here
Deploy as one file. and really static type and simple OO mo...
re: What technology do you want to learn in 2019?
I know Hugo name. Gatsby uses React and GraphQL, so seems p...
re: Build a blog with Cogear.JS
Can I deploy to Netify or others?
re: Build a blog with Cogear.JS
Nice, really easy to follow. Auto reload no work using yar...
re: What technology do you want to learn in 2019?
I just learned from report of Github that Javascript is the...
re: The 10 most popular dev.to posts of 2018
Great. If we make a party to vote, will be better.
re: Test Rails Fast and Stable
Thanks.
re: We reduced our vendor.js from 210kb to 16kb in about five minutes of work and ten lines of code
Import on Demand.
re: Resources for Teaching Programming from the Very Beginning
I agree. It teaches JS with 6 courses and 30 projects, smal...
re: Building a 30 line HTTP server in Ruby
Lobster is fun.
re: My First 12 hours with Ruby
You can add "ruby" after 3 symbols to color. [0 => 'v...
re: Do we really need classes in JavaScript after all?
Erlang's father Armstrong has a post say "Object is wrong"....
re: Elixir入門 12: 入出力とファイルシステム
Thanks, the translation is nice. Maybe you can post it to ...
re: Elixir入門 13: aliasとrequireおよびimport
Good post. Why not use English here?
re: Elixir入門 12: 入出力とファイルシステム
Could you provide another URL for your post so as to suppor...
re: Help me solve the "Triple Trouble" challenge on Codewars with Elixir.
You can add a "elixir" after 3 symbols to get color. Your s...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
How to input these emoji?
re: Using Protocols to decouple implementation details
Circle area is wrong, :)
re: You might not need a GenServer
Task seems like go routine, right?
re: Recommend:illustration How does Unicorn work?
Why does Go need Passenger? What does Passenger provide?
re: Recommend:illustration How does Unicorn work?
Thanks! Got it. I heard Passenger support Rust. Is Rust no...
re: Tis the season to write Clojure
Planck is a good REPL. More easy to install.
re: Luna is a unit testing framework for testing JavaScript in a browser
Nice, really simple.
re: Clean Code concepts adapted for Ruby
clean code video list
re: Things I Can't Build: Podcasting on ActivityPub
Sounds great, I'd like to know more about AP of W3C and Act...
re: Daily Coding Problem #2
def total(arr) arr.reduce { |acc, x| acc * x } end arr...
re: Daily Coding Problem #1
arr, sum = [10, 15, 3, 7], 17 (arr.combination 2).any?{ |a...
re: Recommend: Five Language Stories
Good choice. I'm learning Go.
re: Are there some good videos for learning Go?
Thanks, I'll look your list.
re: Is easier to do TDD for your dependencies after you have designed their API using mocks
It's clear more now. I think best include full code or sim...
re: Is easier to do TDD for your dependencies after you have designed their API using mocks
Thanks, I try to read once more. =)
re: Are there some good videos for learning Go?
Thanks, it's a little long. maybe short in 10 mins better. ...
re: Is easier to do TDD for your dependencies after you have designed their API using mocks
I know your idea is writing a mock test to get a tested API...
re: Is easier to do TDD for your dependencies after you have designed their API using mocks
Code is not so clear. Why the .call, no calling? What's th...
re: Are there some good videos for learning Go?
Official: golang.org/doc/#talks
re: A Literal Guide for Erlang
A good start place for experienced. Not so good for new.
re: A Literal Guide for Erlang
Another good choice: short video + doc tutorialedge
re: A Mild Complaint
Thanks, I learned the trick. :)
re: A Literal Guide for Erlang
Go tour is also by example and with live code can run.
re: A Literal Guide for Erlang
Ruby by example but not the style.
re: A Literal Guide for Erlang
Nice, thanks.
re: Learning Resources for Dev Newbies
Roadmap is cool, thanks.
re: My Solutions for Perfect Number in Several Languages
This is like Ruby, nice.
re: Explain JavaScript unit testing like I’m five
Works, thanks.
re: Explain JavaScript unit testing like I’m five
where does describe come from? not work?
re: How to Easily use cURL for HTTP Requests
How about postman app?
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
My languages team: Ruby Go ...
re: Testing in Go
Thanks for share, hope to see more awesome posts in Go from...
re: Testing in Go
Seems need to write package name and put under src dir.
re: Does programming professionalise anxiety?
Sorry, I'm not native so the word maybe not suit. What I w...
re: My Solutions for Perfect Number in Several Languages
thanks, that's better.
re: Does programming professionalise anxiety?
Meditation practice to know yourself, and keep calm is the ...
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
Do you have a better version for Go? package main impor...
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
site is great for algo, thanks.
re: Getting started with Sanity as a headless CMS
I almost know sanity, thanks. Fun project, I'll try more.
re: Getting started with Sanity as a headless CMS
Looks nice and I run the studio, but not clear how to use i...
re: Stimulus is simple
Their site has a simple guide, really easy.
re: Eat the frog
What amazing book you read?
re: Stimulus is simple
Looks fun, from Basecamp, worth trying. Thanks.
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
In JS, not so good cause I'm new to JS. If any good writing...
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
Local can be short, may be r is better. Clear and ASAP.
re: Write a script to find "Perfect Numbers"
Translate yours in Ruby. def sum_divisions(n) (1...n)....
re: Weekly Trending Repositories on GitHub (Nov.04 - Nov.10)
30 seconds project is great, thanks.
re: Recommend a Dev.To-er!
I'll add a new devtoer, @bgadrian . His post about Node is ...
re: Advanced JavaScript panels
The loupe tool is great for js. Thanks.
re: Recommend a Dev.To-er!
I have two devtoers to recommend. @bhserna , He is good at...
re: Command for Local IP Address
ifconfig | grep "inet "
re: New inspiring programming languages
Great, I like new lang and idea. The Skip say can track cac...
re: Should I improve my algorithm concepts or make mobile/web apps ?
Do the two together, plan your time.
re: Linked Lists — BaseCS Video Series
Your video is great, but where is code sample? Here is a s...
re: Ruby has no class methods
I found it, thank you. Nice video. nadiaodunayo.com/speaki...
re: Ruby has no class methods
Good to learn, thanks. Where can we watch the video you sai...
re: When Test-driven Development Clicks
I prefer Test Support First not Test First. Respect test v...
re: The cooking post back from the grave.
Tomato and eggs in Chinese cooking, :). And you?
re: The cooking post back from the grave.
Fun story. I code and I like cooking too. Coding is art as ...
re: Talking About Burnout
Refuse work overload,say No!, protect for yourself.
re: What are your favorite books?
Thanks, I almost understand it.
re: What are your favorite books?
Could you share some example code of mazes book so let us k...
re: Exploring Vim
I use vim a little. When I write a single file I use it bec...
re: Explain the 'super' keyword in ruby like I'm five
IMHO, super is alias of father or mother.
re: What are your favorite books?
Mazes for Programmers, looks an amazing Ruby book, I want t...
re: Quick Sort
Thanks, Linxea. I have a better one in Ruby: def qs a ...
re: What almost made you give up programming?
I had a rest for two years and want to change career becaus...
re: Is file parsing a domain operation in DDD?
Make it as a usecase, name your 3 source as controller, and...
re: Is file parsing a domain operation in DDD?
Usecase service. Your Domain is entity?
re: The worst developers are those who complain there are no tests in a project
It's about confidence for remove bug quickly and project co...
re: The worst developers are those who complain there are no tests in a project
It's about degree and amount of test. For example of web p...
re: Is file parsing a domain operation in DDD?
As a service is better.
re: Episode 005 - Dependency Injection - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill
class PlayController < Controller def create(params) ...
re: Episode 005 - Dependency Injection - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill
Welcome, happy to talk DI with you. I have the short ruby c...
re: Episode 005 - Dependency Injection - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill
I had ever done java and c# projects and know a little DI l...
re: Episode 005 - Dependency Injection - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill
DI is just a parameter of method, why so complicated?
re: Using Events In Node.js The Right Way
I see. I must subscribe first.
re: Using Events In Node.js The Right Way
Hi Usama thanks. But sendEmailOnRegistration doesn't work, ...
re: Using Events In Node.js The Right Way
May I ask a question, how do I fire a event?
re: Using Events In Node.js The Right Way
The project is divided handlers and listeners?
re: What is Quicksort
quicksort in Ruby. Short and clear. def qs a (pivot = ...
re: Sorting Algorithms with Javascript (Part 2)
quicksort in Ruby. Short and clear. def qs a (pivot = a...
re: A ClojureScript exercise template
planck is really cool and simple, thanks.
re: ngrok, lvh.me and nip.io: A Trilogy for Local Development and Testing
ngrok is cool, thanks.
re: Ruby peculiarities, tips and tools
Your link for 2018 Developer Skills Report is great for dev...
re: Rust + ReasonML - a beginner's love story
Thanks, first time know ReasonML.
re: Bubble Sort in Python
Thanks for caring, expecting..., :)
re: Hashes and symbols in Ruby
Another, fetch(key, default) is a good method for hash.
re: Bubble Sort in Python
I want to see quick sort. When will you publish it?
re: How to test that you are creating a record without using the database
Looks nice, thanks. Then you don't write rails AR validati...
re: Bubble Sort in Python
The video is funny, good idea. Numbers are really boring.
re: The Story of How I wrote A CLI for Your Bookmarks using Larder.io
$ lard login Note: You can retrive your API token from lar...
re: The Story of How I wrote A CLI for Your Bookmarks using Larder.io
How can I login? lard login When I created a client, it ...
re: The Power of a Todo List Project
There is a new way to learn, it's Exercism. They support ma...
re: The Story of How I wrote A CLI for Your Bookmarks using Larder.io
Can I add a bookmark? I only see import. Am I wrong?
re: Bypassing the database and testing to see if this solution works
Yes, agree.
re: How to test that you are creating a record without using the database
I've got the answer. The validation works but seems not eas...
re: Bypassing the database and testing to see if this solution works
Thanks for reply. Here my main focus is how to run validati...
re: How to test that you are creating a record without using the database
class Blog validates :title, presence: true end # no va...
re: Null Object Pattern
class NullObject def method_missing(*) self end end...
re: How to test that you are creating a record without using the database
Great! I've thought this several years ago but no solution....
re: How to get the most out of DEV
Use the tag to find good is nice I think. I'm a ruby progra...
re: A simple way to organize your app in use cases
Nice idea, clear post, thanks.
re: Null Object Pattern
Good, simple and clear post, thanks.
re: Getting Started with Ecto Part 1: Installing and Configuring Ecto
** (Mix) The database for GettingStartedWithEcto.Repo could...
re: Why Devto is so slow from China?
It quick today, cool.
re: Getting Started with Ecto Part 1: Installing and Configuring Ecto
I mean mnesia.
re: Recap of Data Structures with Javascript Part 1
Cool, I use parcel, thanks Braun really.
re: Recap of Data Structures with Javascript Part 1
Could you tell me how to run? Node version?
re: Getting Started with Ecto Part 1: Installing and Configuring Ecto
Do you have a tutorial for Ecto with sqlite or Elixir's own...
re: Let's make a DEV.to CLI... together
Cool, fun and helpful. I can use it to get the whole text ...
re: There are only two types of automated software tests, fast ones and not fast ones
I said less, :)
re: There are only two types of automated software tests, fast ones and not fast ones
It seems Rust has better compile and need less tests. Right...
re: TIL: Integrate Visual Studio Code with Shell / CLI
Cool, more simple. thanks. :)
re: TIL: Integrate Visual Studio Code with Shell / CLI
On mac, start code in bash. ln -s /Applications/Visual\...
re: What are the best sources to learn practical Javascript?
Really helpful, thanks.
re: Introducing www.techladder.io (Contributors Wanted!)
How can you control the quality if you depend on others?
re: Rust Little Book 3 Days
Thanks, yes it's in Chinese, can you read it?
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
Thanks for share!
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