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re: How I Emacs And So Can You: Packages Mar 14
This is really cool, I had no idea! Thanks for the link, t...
re: I want to develop games Mar 13
If you really don't want to start with JS (which I'd recomm...
re: How I Emacs And So Can You: Packages Mar 13
Good catch! You're absolutely correct. I omitted it here ...
re: I'm a 17 year old university senior who's hyped about jumping into the computer science workforce && Ask me Anything! Mar 12
Aha! I'm on the opposite side - my knowledge stops short a...
re: I'm a 17 year old university senior who's hyped about jumping into the computer science workforce && Ask me Anything! Mar 12
ML as in Machine Learning or ML as in SML/OCaml/F#-type thi...
re: My comment was marked as violating code of conduct. Why? Mar 12
I think "why" is a great question, but I don't agree with y...
re: My comment was marked as violating code of conduct. Why? Mar 12
I do think it's a legitimate question, and didn't have a ne...
re: My comment was marked as violating code of conduct. Why? Mar 12
In which case, why not simply not participate, and see what...
re: How I Emacs And So Can You: Packages Mar 10
Oops, yep, thank you! Fixed.
re: Typing and code flow in TypeScript and ReasonML Mar 9
Really great comparison! This gets to the heart of why I'v...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
Gotcha, thanks for the response! Looks like a good solutio...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have? Mar 9
This is an interesting one, I'm always in a tmux session. ...
re: Nevertheless, Spacie Coded ✨ Mar 9
I guess I'm learning about cellular automata tonight.
re: Nevertheless, Spacie Coded ✨ Mar 9
I love your site.
re: Nevertheless, Belma coded Mar 8
This is so interesting - I found out I love programming as ...
re: Driven mostly by spite, jess coded Mar 8
Living well is the best revenge
re: How I Emacs And So Can You Mar 8
Ah, excellent! Great call, I'll add these to the post and ...
re: Rust Lifetimes for Safer FFI Mar 7
Excellent write-up! Thanks for this. It's a really good p...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Mar 6
Hey! Gosh, I'm so sorry I missed this. Not necessarily th...
re: Atomic-powered Fibonacci indentation Mar 4
Thanks, I hate it.
re: Code Golf: The Web Edition? Mar 4
A few links: js13kgames JS1k code-golf.io dwitter - JS d...
re: Real-Time Communication in ReasonML with bs-socket Mar 4
Hm I believe you're right - I'll double check and update if...
re: Which game are you playing right now? Mar 3
I'm just starting to get into Stellaris! Super fun. Did y...
re: Should every project be in its own VirtualBox VM? Mar 1
Yep - I think the idea is to just store your Vagrantfiles i...
re: Should every project be in its own VirtualBox VM? Mar 1
I haven't had personally quite the same use case but from w...
re: Should every project be in its own VirtualBox VM? Mar 1
I'd also recommend looking at Vagrant, might be closer to w...
re: What planning tools do you use? Mar 1
Sounds messy!
re: Developer Tools: The Code Editor Feb 28
For sure. Learning programming and Emacs at the same time ...
re: What's on your home screen? Feb 28
Looks great! I've been stuck on for a while - full album ...
re: Developer Tools: The Code Editor Feb 27
I like how you say the Vim/Emacs debate will rage until the...
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 27
First I've heard of XMind, looks quite powerful. Thanks!
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 27
Thanks for the tip! I'll give it a whirl.
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 27
This is a phenomenal answer, thanks for writing out! Inter...
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 27
This seems like a great solution, I think it's the route I'...
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 26
Ah, that's what I needed! Thanks, I think that's exactly t...
re: What's Your Computing Cocktail Party Fact? Feb 26
I've always enjoyed that the version numbers for TeX approa...
re: What planning tools do you use? Feb 26
Great suggestion! That system does look easy to use. I'd ...
re: How to starting software development Feb 26
edx.org/course/cs50s-introduction-... ^ good first step
re: Create Graphviz graphs in Clojure with dorothy Feb 23
This is very cool, thank you for the link! There's some re...
re: How long does it take to learn Java to be job ready? Feb 8
I think this will vary widely by both the specific job in q...
re: Parser Combinators are Easy Feb 6
Points could just be space separated, the sepBy() combinato...
re: BASH tricks: The dir stack. Feb 5
Thanks, you both taught me something I plan to use a lot an...
re: Parser Combinators are Easy Feb 5
Point Guru wasn't so bonkers after all ;) Perhaps a more i...
re: Some Haskell, English'd Dec 16 '18
You're so right! I should make an addendum
re: A Tale of Two Functions Dec 8 '18
All signs keep pointing here. Guess I gotta go :)
re: A Tale of Two Functions Dec 7 '18
Nice and concise! rxjs looks great, I should give it a loo...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
You know, you've just reminded me about the whole concept. ...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
I love the wiki blurb: "...offering a capacity of 74 minute...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
Or I need better hobbies :)
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
Thanks for the rabbit hole. This looks...less than ergonom...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
Well, C++ is a fact of life - it may as well soak up every ...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
I have the fear too, but not because of Golang. I don't be...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
Great answer! I tried getting into Pharo a while back but ...
re: What's the Betamax of your field? Dec 7 '18
No! Say it ain't so! No, though, really - why do you say ...
re: Have you ever heard a more beautiful phrase than this? Dec 7 '18
Whoa, thanks. This is really cool.
re: [advice needed] Using a huge distant monitor Dec 6 '18
I tried this for a bit, using a ChromeCast to edit code fro...
re: Advent of Code Day 4 Dec 5 '18
I think you've inspired me to give parser combinators anoth...
re: AoC Day 5: Alchemical Reduction Dec 5 '18
Yep, stack-based trick worked just fine: let reactQuic...
re: AoC Day 5: Alchemical Reduction Dec 5 '18
...welp, that was a solid "d'oh" moment, opening this threa...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 5 '18
That makes a lot of sense - I have a feeling spending more ...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
Following up ...Visual Studio proper was so the way to go
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record Dec 4 '18
I like your use of -en suffixes to denote verbs. Makes a l...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record Dec 4 '18
Damn life, getting in the way of AoC. The very nerve.
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record Dec 4 '18
Did that yesterday! Elegantly solved exactly the wrong pro...
re: AoC Day 4: Repose Record Dec 4 '18
F#! I found today the easiest thus far, but it ended up bei...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
I did learn OCaml before I learned F# - and strongly prefer...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
Cool! Definitely looking forward to digging deeper in to t...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
Awesome. I think Haskell drilled the concept in pretty wel...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
Interesting - I do love compiler-enforced discipline, but i...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
The units of measure stuff is also really awesome! I don't...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 4 '18
Thanks so much for the advice! I was using Ionide but had ...
re: F# is Pretty Cool Dec 3 '18
Neither do I, Mark. Neither do I :(
re: AoC Day 3: No Matter How You Slice It Dec 3 '18
F# again - I think I really like this language. namespac...
re: AoC Day 2: Inventory Management System Dec 3 '18
Late to the party! Still digging F#, but I'm definitely hi...
re: What are your programming goals for 2019? Dec 2 '18
I'd like to shift my personal time from working on my own i...
re: How does TypeScript or Flow compare to transpile-to-JS languages like Elm, ReasonML or PureScript? Dec 2 '18
Depends what you mean by "compare". Tooling-wise there is ...
re: AoC Day 1: Chronal Calibration Dec 1 '18
Aha! Thanks so much, it's blazingly fast now: let rec a...
re: AoC Day 1: Chronal Calibration Dec 1 '18
F# - this is my first brush with F# and .NET in general, so...
re: Help me decide a language for Advent of Code Dec 1 '18
If you go clojure, and I recommend it too, this template is...
re: Is there a better alternative to lorem ipsum for placeholder copy? Nov 30 '18
Nope! Just came across it after having the same question y...
re: Is there a better alternative to lorem ipsum for placeholder copy? Nov 30 '18
Try this site. Grabs text from Wikipedia
re: Know When to Fold 'Em Nov 30 '18
That makes a lot of sense - I get the feeling that my code ...
re: Know When to Fold 'Em Nov 30 '18
Thanks for posting these! I'd really like to learn Kotlin.
re: Know When to Fold 'Em Nov 29 '18
CLOS is a thing of beauty :)
re: My First Visual Studio Code Extension Nov 27 '18
Very cool - not unlike EasyMotion for Vim. Going to give t...
re: Back to school Nov 27 '18
Thanks Raunak! I'd appreciate that, sending a ping.
re: Back to school Nov 27 '18
That makes a lot of sense. I'll definitely take this to he...
re: Back to school Nov 26 '18
Thanks Mark! That's great advice - my assumption was that ...
re: Back to school Nov 26 '18
Congratulations for completing yours! That's nice that you...
re: Technologies of future past Nov 25 '18
Looks very promising
re: Technologies of future past Nov 25 '18
In all fairness I hedged my bets - I do not own shorts. My...
re: Technologies of future past Nov 25 '18
Wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment but if Web Componen...
re: Do you pay to run any side projects? Nov 25 '18
$6/month for a Digital Ocean droplet with automated backups...
re: Bitwise Operations in C/C++ Nov 24 '18
They're useful for hash functions, and bitwise XOR can be u...
re: Using SDL2: Pong 3 Nov 24 '18
These have been a fun read - you might consider using a ser...
re: Where to start - Front-end or Full Stack Javascript? Nov 24 '18
You should probably listen to the other guy....he actually ...
re: Remember phonebooks? Nov 24 '18
Whoa, I haven't thought about that game years and years
re: Remember phonebooks? Nov 23 '18
Microsoft Encarta seems quaint now
re: Where to start - Front-end or Full Stack Javascript? Nov 23 '18
I'm not familiar with Treehouse but it sounds thorough! Yo...
re: Where to start - Front-end or Full Stack Javascript? Nov 23 '18
Also a beginner, but my $0.02 - start with your frontend. ...
re: Reactive Canvas with ClojureScript and Vue Nov 23 '18
Aha! Thank you thank you, I forgot about this - clearly a ...
re: Reactive Canvas with ClojureScript and Vue Nov 23 '18
Tragic, that - though your penchant for Common Lisp is even...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 23 '18
True enough! It's rare not to use some sort of compilation...
re: A new terminal editor AMP in Rust Nov 23 '18
Interesting, thanks. I appreciate how they've separated th...
re: Keep Your Types And Interfaces Closer (In TypeScript) Nov 23 '18
types are really just documentation that the computer can ...
re: Thank you so much Dev.to Nov 22 '18
Very cool, thanks! Looks like a fun little vacation projec...
re: Thank you so much Dev.to Nov 22 '18
Your post a day experiment got me writing more than I would...
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
Should that happen, I'd like to formally request one (1) sw...
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
That's awesome! I find having someone knowledgable tell yo...
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
Completely agreed
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
Hah - too true. We still need heavily moderated spaces lik...
re: Changelog: export posts Nov 21 '18
This is awesome. I plan to use it regularly. Thank you for...
re: Password manager recommendations? Nov 21 '18
That's great to know! I believe BW lets you do this too, t...
re: IDE's vs Text Editors! Nov 21 '18
What's the distinction, then? What qualities must an IDE p...
re: How much popularity does a software project need? Nov 21 '18
True enough - being a hosted language means there's a nice ...
re: How much popularity does a software project need? Nov 21 '18
A counter-example I've noticed to the instinct of gravitati...
re: IDE's vs Text Editors! Nov 21 '18
I find it curious that you don't classify Emacs as an IDE. ...
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
True as well - this place is just so damn nice
re: Large numbers Nov 21 '18
Well put! You're right - it's hard to take anything casual...
re: What did you have to learn ? Nov 21 '18
I don't currently work in tech, but I imagine it applies - ...
re: Password manager recommendations? Nov 21 '18
I do have it backed up by cell phone 2FA. I see what you'r...
re: A Mild Complaint Nov 21 '18
Holy crap that's how you do that. A wholehearted "second" ...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 21 '18
Interesting! Never heard of this, thank you
re: Password manager recommendations? Nov 21 '18
LastPass isn't breaking, there's no need to change. The ot...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 20 '18
Great answer, thank you! It's true I mostly leverage Haske...
re: Hello World Nov 20 '18
Hey Erik! -- World
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 20 '18
Huh, this sounds really nice. I've never touched anything ...
re: Password manager recommendations? Nov 20 '18
Not OP, but I made the same transition and IIRC it was as c...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 20 '18
Fair enough! Thank you.
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 20 '18
This is my trepidation - typeclasses are one of the things ...
re: The Compile-To-JS Zoo Nov 20 '18
Awesome! In a similar vein, I've heard that people who try...
re: How would you deploy a simple web application to a single VM? Nov 20 '18
I'm currently using Docker for this, but it's starting to f...
re: Password manager recommendations? Nov 20 '18
I can't compare/contrast, but I've been using BitWarden for...
re: 11 Popular Technologies and the Wackadoo Origins of Their Names Nov 20 '18
Hah! Mine too, now, that's amazing.
re: 11 Popular Technologies and the Wackadoo Origins of Their Names Nov 20 '18
These are fun! I've always liked bash - the "Bourne-Again ...
re: Share your .bashrc Nov 20 '18
I like your setup! Not unlike what I've got going on in my...
re: Let's Build a Rust Frontend with Yew - Part 1 Nov 20 '18
In benchmarks, it looks really good. This benchmark isn't ...
re: What dev topic do you think you should understand, but don't? Nov 20 '18
Here's a great overview of what a parser could look like us...
re: Welcome Thread - v22 Nov 19 '18
Very much agreed - it helps me to keep my morning routine t...
re: Favourite albums to listen to while coding Nov 18 '18
Sigur Rós is good too!
re: I don't know what to write Nov 17 '18
What are you working on learning right now?
re: What dev topic do you think you should understand, but don't? Nov 16 '18
Wow, thank you! This is really helpful. I've definitely r...
re: How do you use GitHub? Nov 16 '18
I thought about setting up a local repo on my little odroid...
re: React so far Nov 16 '18
A component could be responsible for making AJAX requests, ...
re: How do you use GitHub? Nov 16 '18
That's a cool idea! I have accounts on both but don't real...
re: How do you use GitHub? Nov 16 '18
That's a simple enough solution! I think I'll probably gra...
re: Front-End Web Dev Nov 16 '18
Definitely give freecodecamp a look - it gets you pretty fa...
re: React so far Nov 16 '18
I'd also caution against thinking of a component as a porti...
re: What dev topic do you think you should understand, but don't? Nov 16 '18
I'm following yours - I think I'm pretty good on Monads, fi...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust Nov 16 '18
Remacs is what I would have suggested! I haven't gotten to...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust Nov 16 '18
That's a good idea!
re: General Purpose Computing (or lack thereof) Nov 15 '18
Entirely
re: General Purpose Computing (or lack thereof) Nov 15 '18
YAML DSLs? yikes
re: General Portfolio Advice for Newbies Nov 15 '18
Your personal site is an experience
re: ¿Piensas quedarte en Python 2? Nov 15 '18
Pienso que mantener un fork será poco práctico. Los manten...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust Nov 15 '18
Evangelizing: complete.
re: I hate setting up my dev environment. Nov 15 '18
I can speak from personal experience - its my current daily...
re: Scrape your Dev.to pageviews with Rust Nov 15 '18
Full docs for select.rs here - viable alternative to, say, ...
re: Learning ReactJs Nov 14 '18
Sounds good - I'd recommend adding "Build a small applicati...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly? Nov 14 '18
Just out of sheer curiosity, what's the ~1% of closed-sourc...
re: Reactive Canvas with TypeScript and Vue Nov 14 '18
Fair enough! You're absolutely right, that wording could b...
re: What are some alternatives to the word "type"? Nov 13 '18
kind has a very specific meaning too - while not a reserved...
re: Can I filter out certain tags from my feed? Nov 13 '18
Some interesting relevant discussion
re: Beer vs coffee? Nov 12 '18
Psh. Two fingers of rye whiskey should do the trick. Repe...
re: Recommend a Dev.To-er! Nov 12 '18
I've learned stuff I didn't know I needed to know from @rra...
re: On The Kindness of Strangers Nov 11 '18
Very good point - here's hoping we keep the focus
re: What is Markov Chain? Nov 11 '18
Excellent, clear write-up!
re: On The Kindness of Strangers Nov 11 '18
Do you want Skynet? Because that's how you get Skynet.
re: What can be done to excel? Nov 11 '18
Interesting question, though - saving this. Curious what o...
re: What can be done to excel? Nov 11 '18
Ah, I see what you're saying. I'm still not so sure there'...
re: If I were Dr Frankenstein, I would create a language like... Nov 11 '18
I don't have a language to fantasize about because you've a...
re: What can be done to excel? Nov 11 '18
This is pretty broad. At what specifically are you looking...
re: "for" vs. "forEach" and the value of documentation Nov 9 '18
Shout out to the ReasonML and ReasonReact docs. I built my...
re: What Skills do you wish you learned earlier Nov 9 '18
You got the biggest one - planning. Any time I write a lin...
re: FormData in TypeScript Nov 8 '18
Ah - another comment in that thread had the fix. You need ...
re: FormData in TypeScript Nov 8 '18
Interesting - thank you for the issue link, I'll give it a ...
re: FormData in TypeScript Nov 8 '18
That's what I couldn't get working. The above code was not...
re: yarn it, I'm migrating! Nov 8 '18
This is one holy war I'm happy to take a firm stand on. NP...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 8 '18
Wow! Amazing list, I love how many general book about the ...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 7 '18
Sure, here's a partial (but functional) implementation of t...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 7 '18
This is a great write-up, and a very interesting topic. Mi...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 7 '18
Awesome! Because of this thread I've started reading it an...
re: Favourite VSCode Plug-ins Nov 7 '18
I'm partial to the Emacs keybindings (old habits die hard) ...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 7 '18
Thank you for sharing the link!
re: #AdventOfCode: What language are you using? Nov 7 '18
use a label → node hash map to traverse between nodes Th...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
That certainly makes a lot of sense in this field. Looks l...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
This book taught me how little I know about C++. I'm going...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Thanks for the author list! I've heard good things about E...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Awesome! That's 3 for Pragmatic Programmer, and thanks for...
re: Books I found at my parents' Nov 6 '18
You should read The Ruby Way, its nice :)
re: #AdventOfCode: What language are you using? Nov 6 '18
These are a great opportunity to try something funky! I'm ...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Very cool! The Mitnick title is pretty different from the ...
re: To test or not to test, is that even a question? Nov 6 '18
I agree that perhaps they shouldn't, but we can't ignore th...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
That's two votes for the Pragmatic Programmer!
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
The Pragmatic Programmer comes up a lot - I should probably...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Excellent! It seems like dropping everything and running t...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Awesome List! Grokking Algorithms is definitely worthwhile...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
Neat! I enjoyed his On Lisp but hadn't heard of Hackers &a...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
That's great, I didn't know such a book existed. That's go...
re: What are your favorite books? Nov 6 '18
I forgot about Land of Lisp! Great read, I like project-ori...
re: What are you not interested in learning? Nov 6 '18
Takes all kinds, right? I'm rather glad there's people on ...
re: What are you not interested in learning? Nov 6 '18
CSS. Which is sad, because it's ubiquitous. I've scratche...
re: Welcome Thread - v20 Nov 5 '18
Hi Candice! I love it - static, strongly-typed languages a...
re: At what point should you consider gRPC? Nov 4 '18
Wow! That's an incredible resource, thank you for the link...
re: Higher-Order Functions in Rust Nov 4 '18
Way better! I was specifically trying to avoid map but you...
re: Higher-Order Functions in Rust Nov 4 '18
I've implemented pure versions of map_rows, map_rows2, and ...
re: Higher-Order Functions in Rust Nov 4 '18
Definitely, good catch - map was probably a bad choice of n...
re: At what point should you consider gRPC? Nov 4 '18
Hah - yikes! Fair enough, duly noted :)
re: Higher-Order Functions in Rust Nov 4 '18
I hadn't either. Useful, but not commonly necessary. I co...
re: Degree, Bootcamp, or Self-Taught: Thoughts on How to Choose Nov 3 '18
The quality of courseware available completely for free is ...
re: Minimalist browsing with Min browser Nov 3 '18
I haven't used that specific one but I did use QupZilla for...
re: At what point should you consider gRPC? Nov 2 '18
Interesting. The battery issue was partially why I started...
re: At what point should you consider gRPC? Nov 2 '18
Beautiful. Thank you very much. I definitely need practic...
re: Doing the wrong thing with good intentions Nov 2 '18
Agreed, that's how I read it too. It was jarring because a...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 2 '18
Easy going sounds good, but not at the expense of actually ...
re: From Idea to Production Nov 2 '18
GraphQL is excellent for processing large amounts of reques...
re: Doing the wrong thing with good intentions Nov 2 '18
Me too. Glad I wasn't the only one left a bit uncomfortabl...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 2 '18
Gotcha. I'm fairly conceptually comfortable with both para...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 2 '18
That makes a lot of sense! It's definitely the most unique...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 2 '18
That's the thing - I can't tell what does or doesn't need i...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 2 '18
Thanks for the insight! I'm already familiar with ClojureS...
re: Why do you follow a person on Github? Nov 2 '18
I follow people who create neat things, or who seem like th...
re: A ClojureScript exercise template Nov 2 '18
Clojure-lite!
re: How to stash a specific file or multiple files? Nov 1 '18
Whoa, TIL. Git's pretty cool, isn't it
re: From Idea to Production Nov 1 '18
It'll totally work with Vue and GraphQL, but you probably d...
re: What is the difference between public, protected, and private in Java? Nov 1 '18
This is such a fun analogy - looking forward to the medieva...
re: How to stash a specific file or multiple files? Nov 1 '18
git stash - e.g. git stash . or git stash src/index.js. T...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 1 '18
Cool, thanks! I do feel I have a good grasp of type system...
re: The beginning! Nov 1 '18
Gotcha - that makes sense. I guess I hadn't really expecte...
re: The beginning! Nov 1 '18
Would you mind elaborating on that? I've been looking at l...
re: The Learner's Conundrum Nov 1 '18
I'm in your boat, not on the expert side, but I've gotta sa...
re: Use google spread sheets as your database Nov 1 '18
I think this might have saved me quite a bit of time recent...
re: Rust + ReasonML - a beginner's love story Nov 1 '18
I hope you give it a try! It was a breath of fresh air for...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 1 '18
Cool! Thanks for the feedback - that was my assumption, at...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Nov 1 '18
In more ways than one, though my low brass days are long go...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Oct 31 '18
Oy - I more meant vanilla as in free of external dependenci...
re: TypeScript before JavaScript? Oct 31 '18
First off, thanks for the back-and-forth :) I really appre...
re: Crates I Have Known And Loved Oct 31 '18
Ah, okay, I get what you're saying now. And you're absolut...
re: Crates I Have Known And Loved Oct 31 '18
StructOpt will use the doc comments above each field. //...
re: Help Nedeed (Framework Update) Oct 31 '18
For one, they both offer two-way data binding. React will ...
re: Help Nedeed (Framework Update) Oct 31 '18
"Best" is subjective. However if you're already using Angu...
re: Relearn You a Haskell (Part 1: The Basics) Oct 31 '18
Nice and concise! I'd completely forgotten about cycle
re: NULL, "The Billion Dollar Mistake", Maybe Just Nothing Oct 30 '18
...ok, whoa. That's some seriously cool stuff.
re: Welcome Thread - v20 Oct 30 '18
I think you hit the nail on the head - it's a function of w...
re: NULL, "The Billion Dollar Mistake", Maybe Just Nothing Oct 30 '18
I'm very much a novice, but I'll absolutely be proactive ab...
re: NULL, "The Billion Dollar Mistake", Maybe Just Nothing Oct 30 '18
Whoa - no kidding! Congratulations. I'm definitely excite...
re: NULL, "The Billion Dollar Mistake", Maybe Just Nothing Oct 30 '18
I do not - all of the frontend projects I have worked on ha...
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