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re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
I don't think that works
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
All typescript supported IDEs should work perfectly fine like...
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
I don't think there is an issue with event loops, underneat...
re: My Remote Office Tour πŸš€
Really cool setup man
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Next chapter on Rust is published ...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Dual-booting should be perfectly fine, provide a partition ...
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Cool. Looks fine
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
I know, but the image is not that important here. I'll use ...
re: Why I’m moving away from Medium
Thank you
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Let me know when you publish and I'll tweet it as well
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
No worries. Feel free to translate it. It's fine as long as...
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Deno team recommends creative a lib.ts file which imports a...
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Cool
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
You are absolutely right
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Indeed and I think the naming was intentional
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
You are welcome and thank you
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Try it, the experience is much nicer than Node
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Yes and I hope it helps in Deno adoption
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Unlike Coffescript, TS doesn't try to move sway from JS syn...
re: How to replace arbitrary portions of HTML?
You can replace parts of HTML either as string or by Dom ma...
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
Well its Open source and as an open source maintainer I kno...
re: Forget NodeJS! Build native TypeScript applications with Deno πŸ¦–
You are welcome and thank you
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Part 4: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in Golang is out no...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
Thank you for notifying me. Fixed it
re: πŸ”₯ Create your YOUR Personal Blog πŸ“œ using Reactjs βš›οΈ & Github Issues in less than 10 min πŸ•
Nice idea. Just a suggestion, don't put your personal acces...
re: So what’s controversial this week?
Well said πŸ‘
re: Rust for the web
This article is really cool man. Definitely going to try it
re: Polyglot inception with GraalVM. Why? Because it's fun πŸ„
Yes this has great potential
re: Hello again. It's time to do some work!
May be just add ”Day” as well to it and that will be explor...
re: Hello again. It's time to do some work!
Was gonna say the same
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Thanks man
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Thank you for the kind words
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in JVM(Java, Kotlin, Scala, Groovy, Clojure)
Thank you
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you so much. Just corrected it
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Thank you. Glad you liked it
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Thank you
re: Are you forgetting how to code and programming concepts?
Nice article
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in JVM(Java, Kotlin, Scala, Groovy, Clojure)
Thank you. That's gonna be a tough one, as there are so man...
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in V8 Engine (JavaScript, NodeJS, Deno, WebAssembly)
Technically it still uses V8 which runs JavaScript and henc...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Part 3 is out now πŸš€...
re: What are some common falsehoods about working as a software developer?
Writing fancy and complex code is easy. Writing simple unde...
re: What are some common falsehoods about working as a software developer?
I guess that depends. If you have to write algorithms, sign...
re: What are some common falsehoods about working as a software developer?
I hate such titles as well, even more the actual content wh...
re: What was your win this week?
Hit 10k followers on Dev.to and my memory management series...
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in JVM(Java, Kotlin, Scala, Groovy, Clojure)
You are welcome
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you I'll update that. Glad you liked it
re: πŸš€ Visualizing memory management in JVM(Java, Kotlin, Scala, Groovy, Clojure)
Thank you and glad you liked it.
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Part 2 has been published. Happy reading. ...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
There are many aspects in the book that is quite generic, b...
re: Static Site Generators rundown - How I set up my own blog with Jekyll
I made some updates to my workflow and I think its perfect ...
re: Static Site Generators rundown - How I set up my own blog with Jekyll
Given it was too easy to try, I just tried here is what I t...
re: Static Site Generators rundown - How I set up my own blog with Jekyll
Well, I did this setup before the stackbit integration was ...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Unfortunately yes, people do expect a lot from developers t...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Oh cool, sorry for misunderstanding.
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Well, my intention here was never to look down upon anyone....
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Well, there is no clear formula here. Write up is based on ...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Also, I don't think there is any animosity. Atleast not tha...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Yes absolutely
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
Well this wasn't the scope of developers some time ago. Eve...
re: Life of a Full-stack developer 😱 🀯 😱
I feel you brother. Doesn't matter if the front end is web ...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Your last edit is exactly the point, from a language point ...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
This is what I have been trying to say, but I think you sai...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you and that makes sense.
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
You are welcome and thank you
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Well, no worries. I just didn't understand what you meant
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Well, in that case, it's just bad grouping coz ARC is not G...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thanks again. I did learn something new now. I guess you a...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Hey, thanks for the quick response. Actually I updated my c...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
I guess you posted here by mistake? if not care to explain ...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you for the detailed feedback. I really appreciate it...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thanks and Yes, I'm aware. They did go all the way on the G...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Interesting. Thanks for the comment
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
I'll add C# since this is the second request now :)
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
AFAIK, Dart uses a mark & sweep GC similar to JVM &...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Yes indeed, PHP 5.3 onwards is now using a tracing referenc...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
Thank you Dev team, happy to be back on the list :)
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you. I hope to get to it soon
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
I was thinking of adding that, I might once I'm done with t...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thank you
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Thanks for the comment. However, Nim does reference countin...
re: πŸš€ Demystifying memory management in modern programming languages
Unfortunately, I have never used those languages and also I...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
My pleasure
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
It looks interesting, but I'm not sure if it's mature enoug...
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
Yes it is one of the good choice
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
You can do FP in most of these languages. Personally I pref...
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
Happy learning
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
Thanks, that's a great source of info
re: 7 Languages to learn in 2020 with free resources to get started
Yes, but for system programmers, Rust is great alternative ...
re: My reflections on Golang
I would choose Rust as replacement for such cases as its mu...
re: 3 tips for clean & efficient code
could you provide a sample? and wouldn't those be considere...
re: 3 tips for clean & efficient code
Agree, well-written names also reduce the amount of documen...
re: 3 tips for clean & efficient code
Good point
re: 3 tips for clean & efficient code
Great points
re: 3 tips for clean & efficient code
If you have more tips please write in comments
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
I know someone who can do anything in Excel, like with macr...
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 2
Read the conclusion
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
Its published dev.to/deepu105/golang-for-javascr...
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
Part 2 is published ...
re: How to set up Java microservices with Istio service mesh on Kubernetes
Well, I can't promise any timeline. Also, this really doesn...
re: How to set up Java microservices with Istio service mesh on Kubernetes
You can't directly call them like that since the applicatio...
re: How to clean up your Docker environment
Seems like you can combine 2 and 3 with --volume flag, 4 ne...
re: Write Posts in DEV Community using Visual Studio Code
I found this and kind of works github.com/znck/grammarly
re: How to clean up your Docker environment
As I mentioned in another comment. I wasn't aware of it. I ...
re: How to clean up your Docker environment
Well talk about making the entire post irrelevant πŸ˜‰
re: How to clean up your Docker environment
Wow cool. I didn't know that and when I was originally writ...
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
I mentioned what is covered in part 2 at the end of this po...
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
Thanks
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
Well, IMO there is no strong reasons to specifically learn ...
re: Golang for JavaScript developers - Part 1
Sorry, I should have explained it better. I'll update the p...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
For now, I have changed startup to use cgroup v1.0, but ya ...
re: DEV.to Widget now has a DARK Theme! and a pink theme and an ocean theme. See what's new in dev-widget v1.1.0 πŸŒ»πŸŒ‘πŸŒΈ
I see you have an attribute for width
re: DEV.to Widget now has a DARK Theme! and a pink theme and an ocean theme. See what's new in dev-widget v1.1.0 πŸŒ»πŸŒ‘πŸŒΈ
Really nice widget. It would be nice if the width & hei...
re: My love-hate relationship with JavaScript
You might have a point there.
re: My love-hate relationship with JavaScript
Yup, I'm aware of the Lisp legacy and may be I should rephr...
re: My love-hate relationship with JavaScript
Glad to know there are more people like me
re: Apples announces new 16-inch Macbook Pro
Precision 5540 dell.com/en-uk/work/shop/workstati...
re: Apples announces new 16-inch Macbook Pro
Go for Precision 5540(They look exactly like XPS), Doesn't ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Not yet, unfortunately
re: What was your win this week?
Making it to top 7 posts in Dev :D
re: The Borrow Checker and Memory Management
Great article. The first line of the article says The Borro...
re: Easy functional programming techniques in Rust for everyone
I don't see a problem but I'm not a native English speaker,...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
I think yes, I haven't tried but I have seen some people do...
re: I have some bad habits that date back to my days making Geocities websites before CSS was much of a thing
True indeed. Some habits just get stuck with you forever.
re: Easy functional programming techniques in Rust for everyone
Thank you Ben
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I don't understand the question
re: My first impressions of Rust
I did touch upon that in my other post about Go. But I do h...
re: My reflections on Golang
Well. I don't know what you are implying. I didn't say I pr...
re: My first impressions of Rust
I don't think Rust is just another language. It fills the g...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Wow. Thanks this is so far the most simple and straightforw...
re: My reflections on Golang
I think you are over generalising based on your experience....
re: My first impressions of Rust
Yes, concurrency in Rust is quite interesting
re: My first impressions of Rust
See my comment above
re: My first impressions of Rust
Ok, I need to dwelve into this more. Now its more confusing...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Yes, I agree that Rust compiler is quite wonderful and when...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Well, I borrowed the picture from an official Rust blog so ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
But functions and closures are not interchangeable right? S...
re: My first impressions of Rust
True, Go is too simple in other aspects. I think having Gen...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Thanks for the response. The reason I thought the implicit ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Seems interesting
re: My first impressions of Rust
Yes, the syntax does seem a bit strange. But I have to admi...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Logic wise yes, but my point is purely based on semantics. ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
I'm pretty sure that will appear in time. It's new so need ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Thanks
re: My first impressions of Rust
Glad to be of service
re: My first impressions of Rust
You are absolutely right. It is not really fair to compare ...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Thanks and yes I agree. There is no silver bullet. Every la...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Agreed it is useful but to me it can be abused and can caus...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Hi thanks for the detailed response. As I said I do underst...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Yes, I loved it
re: My first impressions of Rust
I didn't know this. Will check it out. Thanks
re: My first impressions of Rust
I thought I read that somewhere. Need to double-check. It w...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Also, I'll probably move it to Nitpick
re: My first impressions of Rust
Thanks, that makes more sense. I'll update the post accordi...
re: My first impressions of Rust
Maybe I'll start to like it more if I use it more πŸ™
re: My first impressions of Rust
Of course I understand that difference and I think also coz...
re: My first impressions of Rust
How is it different from having a top level immutable let s...
re: Special Announcement From the DEV Founders
Congrats Ben, Jess and the entire team. Happy for you. I ho...
re: My reflections on Golang
Well, Java is used for building a lot of web applications(q...
re: Create full Microservice stack using JHipster Domain Language under 30 minutes
You can add it to the JDL and import it again. Preferably c...
re: I am AWS Obsessed but I can't get hired at AWS. Have you ever faced such repeated rejection?
Yes, I feel you man. I was obsessed with a certain company ...
re: Microservices - the good, bad, and the ugly
I assume you have big enough teams and you are doing it rig...
re: Microservices - the good, bad, and the ugly
Yes true
re: Microservices - the good, bad, and the ugly
Well, not everyone does OOP and IRL its easy to break thing...
re: Making 'The Matrix' Effect in Javascript
Nice. I remember doing this in Flash/Actionscript around 10...
re: Is it possible to get relevant industry experience on your own (not through working at a company)?
Imo, one of the best way to gain experience without working...
re: What do you use for password management?
Bitwarden. Its OSS, secure and cross platform
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Its the series feature in Dev, if you add series: my series...
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Yes, and thats why I keep saying typeScript/JavaScript and ...
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
I have rephrased it
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Sure they are not related to FP, what I meant was that they...
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
I have updated the post
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Yes, I missed that
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Yes, I thought of writing about it but then missed
re: Easy functional programming techniques in TypeScript for everyone
Oh yes, I completely forgot about those
re: 7 Easy functional programming techniques in Go
Currying is a concept and is definitely not based on how Ha...
re: 7 Easy functional programming techniques in Go
As far as I know, that is exactly what currying is en.m.wik...
re: 7 Easy functional programming techniques in Go
Thanks. Nice catch. I wasn't focusing on performance as it ...
re: 7 Easy functional programming techniques in Go
FP can be useful as long as you don't overdo it. I personal...
re: 7 Easy functional programming techniques in Go
I don't think any of this actually goes against Go style. W...
re: My reflections on Golang
I was talking about the readability of the error messages p...
re: My reflections on Golang
This is weird. On many aspect Go may look different from l...
re: My reflections on Golang
Thanks for the detailed response. Most of my opinion is bas...
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
Thank you
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
Fedora for reasons summarized here ...
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
Once you go code you don't go back
re: Why I’m moving away from Medium
Thanks to a lot of people who pushed me to setup my own blo...
re: 7 Functional programming techniques in Java - A primer
Thank you. Glad to be useful
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Also I hope you have latest bios firmware and stuff. Else p...
re: What are your computer’s specs? Which specs are particularly important to you?
Dell precision 5530. I wrote a detailed post with config he...
re: I created DEV and have other positive qualities, ask me anything!
Today we, the tech community, use Twitter primarily as soci...
re: I created DEV and have other positive qualities, ask me anything!
Didn't know you were vegetarian. Great decision.
re: My reflections on Golang
Well, if it works great for you, then great and I'm happy f...
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
Never tried it. Looks interesting will check it out
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
I had that, but then disabled since I wasn't using it much
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
Oops thanks. I'll correct it soon
re: Tell me about a time you messed up
Well, I stopped keeping count of it. But the best would be ...
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
It looks more specific for Doc specific markdown, I think I...
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
Cool. I'll check it out
re: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
It looks cool!
re: What software projects made you "wow" 🀯
There are many some of the more notable ones are GraalVM ...
re: What are your thoughts on the whole 10x engineer viral discussion?
Well so much has been said about it. But overall this shows...
re: React components done right with TypeScript mapped and conditional types
Glad it helped
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Here in the Netherlands, I think we are relying fully on wi...
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Not Just China, every country, especially the top 10 must a...
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Absolutely agree.
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Yes that's the biggest hurdle, finding solutions.
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Yes right now its not practical but I hope that in the futu...
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Oh ya there is that
re: How is the tech industry contributing to global warming and what can we do to reduce the impact?
Yes, definitely agree. Excellent point. Do you think the ad...
re: My reflections on Golang
Yes a colleague of mine told me there was such a plugin for...
re: Medium Was Never Meant to Be a Part of the Developer Ecosystem
These are why I switched to Dev from Medium and resonates w...
re: My reflections on Golang
Oh Yes, you are right, I never thought of Duck typing coz I...
re: My reflections on Golang
I thought putting projects in Go path is still the official...
re: My reflections on Golang
I feel that pain all the time with arrays and maps
re: My reflections on Golang
Enjoyed that - a relatively balanced piece. Just a few cor...
re: My reflections on Golang
I wouldn't be that harsh. As I said I like Go for what it i...
re: My reflections on Golang
As I said in the conclusion, we cannot brush aside Go like ...
re: My reflections on Golang
Nim looks interesting, but I'm looking for a language that ...
re: My reflections on Golang
Exactly, thats well said I also had the same feeling. It wa...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
I think newer versions of Mac has ZSH pre-installed but if ...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
Glad you liked it
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
Thank you
re: Code creation, try it!
It started out as a fun side project by my friend and JHips...
re: Code creation, try it!
Well, I wrote a major part of JHipster :)
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I just stumbled upon Albert albertlauncher.github.io/docs/ ...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Thanks will check it out
re: Interesting stuff I stumbled on #1
Thanks for the mention
re: Code creation, try it!
You should checkout JHipster then.
re: Must have GNOME extensions
Thanks will check
re: Must have GNOME extensions
Hey, thanks for the Tips. Didn't know TopIcons+ was abandon...
re: Must have GNOME extensions
As I said I'm pretty opinionated on UX and vanilla experien...
re: Must have GNOME extensions
Sorry, Kinda opinionated when it comes to UX and default GN...
re: Must have GNOME extensions
I tried GNOME way and I didn't like it. I don't see how thi...
re: Deploying JHipster Microservices on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Thank you
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I have tried it briefly once. I don't see any difference be...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I don't any difference between webstorm and IntelliJ with J...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Try powerlevel10k you won't regret
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I used the Defora installation wizard originally which work...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I have previously used Nvidia prime to switch between cards...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Its turned of with prime so doesn't bother me anyway.
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I don't at the moment. I have an Xbox so there is no much u...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
You think you are very smart, don't you? I thought of respo...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
That's personal preference, I would prefer these to VIM/Ema...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
There are gnome plugins providing most of those features(Li...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Btw did you try sudo dnf install --releasever=29 docker-ce ...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I don't use Sketch, I use a Windows VM for Photoshop and th...
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
I already had docker installed and I upgraded to Fedora 30....
re: My beautiful Linux development environment
Thank you
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