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re: STOP! Automating everything for "regression" is a waste of time
Absolutely! I have nothing against targetted automated regr...
re: Mac / Windows / Linux - Which Do You Use?
Windows as my client PC. But most deployed code tends to be...
re: How Do You Decide When To Get Your Next Computer?
This. Thanks Ivo, now I don't need to say it. :)
re: What do you wish to know about JavaScript when you were in university?
I did Bunch of JavaScript at University. Although all thing...
re: What common programming concept has the wrong name?
Yes indeed!
re: One small process improvement we made lately at DEV
Think I might see if I can get this to take off at work. Th...
re: What common programming concept has the wrong name?
We say "refactoring" we mean "rewriting". E.g much refacto...
re: Victimless Canary Testing with Scientist .NET
Great! Looking forward to hearing more from you on the topi...
re: How to Build a PWA
Thanks Wes. I really appreciate this style and level of det...
re: Victimless Canary Testing with Scientist .NET
I like this concept and pattern! Testing with production da...
re: How did you feel after your first open source PR?
My first, and so far only, PR for open source: github.com/c...
re: What does your team do when your communication channels go down?
I switched temporary from Slack to Team's today.. I'm not s...
re: Works on my machine
indeed, this is generally the way I've worked for a number ...
re: Happy Birthday Ali Spittel
Happy (belated) Birthday Ali!
re: 101 Tips For Being A Great Programmer (& Human)
Excellent. 90% of this is also relevant directly to Testers...
re: 101 Tips For Being A Great Programmer (& Human)
This
re: What Dev.to Theme Are You Using?
Default, Sans Serif. I tried dark, and switched back.
re: What do you think about the idea that "there should be only one way of doing a thing" in programming languages?
An example might be, using half, or or even quarter precisi...
re: What do you think about the idea that "there should be only one way of doing a thing" in programming languages?
If you think of what we didn't know yesterday, and then thi...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
I log my time in my current role. I'm slowly getting used t...
re: VS Code vs Atom - how to decide?
I picked VSCode, although I do have Atom installed for good...
re: how many of you are automated bots
I've noticed a lot more obviously commercial engagement. Li...
re: Difference Between Those HTTP Requests
Great stuff - if you want to look up the HTTP status return...
re: New computer
Work PC: 16GB Ram on a Dell laptop. Mostly I do testing at ...
re: Python in the browser
Mind, blown. Thank you.
re: Quick API Debugging Tip
Where possible - include the response as well as the cURL R...
re: Should a button communicate the current state, the intended behavior, or both?
Don't. Make. Me. Think! By this I mean, if it's a "button"...
re: Quick API Debugging Tip
I use the same technique in testing. Highly recommended.
re: Parents of DEV: How are you teaching your children about technology?
Oh my kids, 3 (almost) and 5, both have Kindle fire 8 table...
re: Parents of DEV: How are you teaching your children about technology?
My youngest is almost 3. She loves playing with the Codeapi...
re: Chromium and the browser monoculture problem
I'd sure love to only have to test on one browser engine. A...
re: My Favorite Software Development Podcasts
+1 for Code Newbie and BaseCS podcasts
re: What should I write about next?
Don't over think it - start small: Something you like Som...
re: What do you do, when you are stuck?
I really should give this a go. I spend a lot of time alone...
re: What do you do, when you are stuck?
Thanks Matthew, lots to think about there! When I get a cha...
re: What do you do, when you are stuck?
Excellent. I especially like the reminder to split the prob...
re: What do you do, when you are stuck?
Thanks for sharing Desi. I like the idea of using psuedo co...
re: What do you do, when you are stuck?
Excellent, this sounds useful. I'm going to give this a go....
re: Automated REST API Testing with Python
Thanks for the recommendation. I will take a look.
re: Python's random.choices is Awesome
100%! I have found random.choice is very useful for generat...
re: New Feature: Personal Configuration (sans serif fonts/night mode beta)
The new font is more helpful then I thought it would be! Ni...
re: Testing IS for Beginners
Corrected,I hope.
re: Testing IS for Beginners
Thanks!
re: What's your desk setup?
Thanks for sharing - My desk / home office is not tidy enou...
re: If DEV were an acronym, what would it stand for?
Dev, Evolving, Voice
re: Testing IS for Beginners
Those techniques sound interesting. I'll have to look into ...
re: Testing IS for Beginners
I'm so glad it was helpful for anyone but myself :)
re: Testing is Not for Beginners
My personal experience is a bit biased - because I'm a Test...
re: Hunt bugs down before they are merged!
And even more expensive if it makes it to production! and E...
re: Testing is Not for Beginners
Thanks for sharing Jon. I like to push myself out of my com...
re: STOP! Automating everything for "regression" is a waste of time
This actually goes for all regression tests not just automa...
re: Questions you should be asking before you test a new feature
Yes! Another good question. In my experience I have to ask...
re: STOP! Automating everything for "regression" is a waste of time
I would love to know, do these incident specific tests catc...
re: Questions you should be asking before you test a new feature
I like it, good question.
re: Changing job - How often is too often?
In the UK, contractors tend to have had lots of roles, ofte...
re: Path to Test Automation Success
I haven't yet. Would you recommend it?
re: Stop Doing Coding Tutorials
As a serial tutorial taker who recently starting doing some...
re: I'm Yechiel, and I'm not an ally.
This is great - I only wish I read it before I felt the nee...
re: A PSA for Well Meaning Coworkers This International Women's Day
Thank you for sharing. I'm an ally looking for more ways to...
re: Driven mostly by spite, jess coded
"Commit to pay transparency.", +1 for this! Thanks for shar...
re: Nevertheless, Ali Coded
Yikes - thanks for sharing I knew it could be bad, but this...
re: Calling *all* DEVs, please join us for #SheCoded 2019.
This is great, I've been reading the posts and wondering th...
re: Nevertheless, Latika Coded
"Become comprehensive, diverse, and multi-disciplinary." Th...
re: What would you like to see on your DEV profile?
I like a lot of the other ideas listed here. I think many c...
re: What would you like to see on your DEV profile?
I'm going to be super controversial... I just like it very...
re: Dev.to API library for .NET 🚀
This is great I was just thinking I would like to do some a...
re: #100DaysofCode worth it or not? 🤔
Now we're talking! Almost Friday!
re: #100DaysofCode worth it or not? 🤔
mmm beer :)
re: #100DaysofCode worth it or not? 🤔
Cheers.
re: #100DaysofCode worth it or not? 🤔
I've written much mode code since I stopped 100 days of cod...
re: Follow Friday!
Follow me, if you are interested in hearing me learn and sh...
re: Where do I start learning automated testing?
Looks like you already found my recommendation of TAU. In ...
re: Path to Test Automation Success
Glad to be of help. I'm interested to hear about your autom...
re: Do you really want to learn how to be a programmer?
I really must find time to write the equivalent of this for...
re: I'm writing a free book on React
Thanks for the book, just scanned first few pages and it's ...
re: 15 Random Pieces Of Wisdom About People Management
I've recently stepped into a management role... Just going ...
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Excuse the bias towards Python :)
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Email alerts: pythonforbeginners.com/code-snippe...
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Google search with Python: pypi.org/project/google-search-...
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Scraping: docs.python-guide.org/scenarios/sc...
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Start something open source on GitHub, I am sure others wou...
re: Is there a good way to find out when your article is shared around?
Maybe then "magic pixle" or image style approach might work...
re: Using Grammarly in Opera Browser
I've tried it, but couldn't get in with it. The update mech...
re: Which game are you playing right now?
Excellent point! I haven't even tired that yet.
re: Which game are you playing right now?
I'm reliving my youth... With classic NES games on the Swit...
re: What do you do while your waiting for builds?
Mario Kart for the win!
re: What do you do while your waiting for builds?
I'm working from home so no table and no one to play with
re: What do you do while your waiting for builds?
This is great I don't make good use of SE
re: What do you do while your waiting for builds?
Classic.
re: Where are my manners! Hi I'm Glenn
Welcome Glenn!
re: Welcome Thread - v13
Welcome!
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