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re: The book every programmer should read
Every programmer should've read this.
re: I'm having some "not this again" feelings with Parcel, how should I be feeling about this tool?
Parcel is trying to establish the baseline 'modern frontend...
re: What JS Logging library / tool do you use?
debug module borks when minimized You need to configure th...
re: I teach the vocation of software development to hundreds of people each year, Ask Me Anything!
I'm interested in #1 and #4. Can you name a subject from e...
re: Portfolio-worthy ideas.
My $0.02; Use gatsybjs and unstated as shown here and here...
re: My impressions after trying to use ES Modules in 2018
Agreed. How many people know what goes into the bundle whe...
re: What is the difference between stackoverflow and dev.to?
I tried (multiple times) posting an answer on SO. Once, th...
re: What is your favourite git merge tool/strategy?
+1 for gitlens It has a learning curve, but once you inves...
re: Windows, I never missed you.
I'm afraid github will turn into something as boring and in...
re: Docker and NodeJS: Getting Started
-slim even has /bin/bash
re: What state management you use?
+1 for mobx - it is considerably faster to come up with a s...
re: Where does npm install the packages?
> npm bin -g # .bin folder for global installations >...
re: Is this recursion?
Is this just fantasy?
re: Streamline your Front-End Development with Storybook
I used the 3.x release for a css-in-js/jsx/shiny-things lib...
re: Dev.to stats?
I don't know about the numbers, but it seems all who'll mat...
re: Road to AWS Certification
they are far ahead of AWS in every other way that matters ...
re: Road to AWS Certification
little to no interest on improving their systems learn to...
re: Proxymise Your Async Code
Genius.
re: How to Be Really Awesome at Your Job and Not Be A Complete Jerk
Like the guy in the $3200 suit is going to read your post.....
re: I'm Addy Osmani, Ask Me Anything!
meetings for 70% of the day. Sad (for me). Is that where...
re: The dev.to codebase will go open-source on August 8
I expect this place to be a lot more active as reddit dwind...
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