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re: AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud
Cloud Run is amazing.
re: When starting a new project, when wouldn't you want to build in a cloud?
My 2 cents on running side projects for free : mobile.twitter...
re: When starting a new project, when wouldn't you want to build in a cloud?
If you are doing a company project, I don't assume you would ...
re: Automated Social Sharing Images with Puppeteer, 11ty, and Netlify
I was looking for a link to the jpg file :).
re: Automated Social Sharing Images with Puppeteer, 11ty, and Netlify
Great post, are there any screenshot examples for the blog po...
re: Weekly trending Links for Backend Developers, #1
weekly is not updated monthly though :)
re: JAMstack tutorial to create a website with just clicks and no code at all for free [Step by step]
Thanks for the ping @a1300 , fixed it.
re: Day 5 of #100DaysOfCode: Dev.to Cover Image Generator
This is pretty cool.
re: Static vs dynamic website with JAM stack website in between
Great!
re: 5 tips to work from home productively
Thanks for the comment, I use toggl.com it's great too.
re: Difference between backend, frontend, full-stack, and super stack development work
You are welcome!
re: Difference between backend, frontend, full-stack, and super stack development work
Thanks!
re: Repost your tech blog, get a larger audience without hurting SEO
That's a good start.
re: 2019 Year in Review
Thanks!
re: Take your Node back end to the next level with NestJS
It would have been great if you didn't get all the code examp...
re: How to get your pull request (PR) approved and merged quickly
Great examples on the sarcastic side :D
re: How to get your pull request (PR) approved and merged quickly
I will try to work on the Enabler code last approach, for f...
re: How to simplify cron monitoring with a simple bash trick
Yes
re: The best automated deployment tool is… the one that fits your needs
Good.
re: Podcasts Every Software Engineer/developer Should Subscribe To — Part 4
Can be included in the next part.
re: Podcasts Every Software Engineer/developer Should Subscribe To — Part 4
Sounds like a good candidate for the next part.
re: Podcasts Every Software Engineer/developer Should Subscribe To — Part 4
Yes, I will check that too.
re: What do companies expect from Python devs in 2019?
Good one,what about JavaScript and PHP?
re: Developer Blogging: Q&A
Thanks for the answer.
re: Microservices
Could you please also highlight the problems like additiona...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Some of the things you are pointing out are correct. Like a...
re: The Most Important Tip for Beginner Software Engineers Is…
Thanks for your views.
re: Pro tips for Visual Studio Code to be productive in 2018 👨🏻‍💻
Did you mean 2019 and not 2018 :)
re: The Most Important Tip for Beginner Software Engineers Is…
Another great quote.
re: The Most Important Tip for Beginner Software Engineers Is…
Good strategy.
re: The Most Important Tip for Beginner Software Engineers Is…
Great suggestions.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I am not telling to put the SQL in the db, it will be in co...
re: 5 Tech Medium Publications Software Engineers Should Strive to Write For
That was very fast.
re: 5 Tech Medium Publications Software Engineers Should Strive to Write For
Mention volunteer contributing writer.
re: 5 Tech Medium Publications Software Engineers Should Strive to Write For
Congrats. They are pretty big. You should try Freecodecamp ...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks for the comment, because it can be done != it should...
re: 5 Tech Medium Publications Software Engineers Should Strive to Write For
Thanks!
re: 5 Tech Medium Publications Software Engineers Should Strive to Write For
I just crosspost it in my blog, here on dev.to and one of t...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I hope they are! :)
re: What is SQL injection?
Some examples would have been great addition.
re: Resume Review
I would suggest using cvcompiler.com too.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Maybe you are right!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks for the comment. It's more about doing stuff in SQL ...
re: Reference Guide: Committing Changes with Branches
Good for beginners.
re: Speed up your queries with indexes
Good post but indexes make the writes slow too :)
re: Conditional Column Join in SQL
The power of SQL demonstrated. Good work!
re: Docker for development: make local files visible to a container with volume mapping
Volume is a good way to do it.
re: Default Function Parameters (ES6)
Default params in JS are a boon.
re: Tests… documentation for your future self (and others) of code correctness
Tests are very valuable, thanks for the reminder.
re: A road to the easiest user authentication system for Node.js
Good post, great work!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Amazing analogy!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks for your viewpoint!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
its test what you write not the library you are using and ...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Probably it will be faster, profile it and show the numbers...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Not sure of this.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Better to keep data central.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Good warning sign to take of.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Good path taken, kudos!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Doing it in SQL should perform faster. Thanks!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thinking of tesing with databae is hard, mocking it or at m...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
If you put SQL in the db it might be hard to test but if it...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks for the support. ORMs need to be used wisely.
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I can agree to disagree :)
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
BTW this post has caught some fire on hacker news too - new...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
You can refresh as many times as you want, but I guess noth...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Sounds interesting for 6 ms. For the having query it was j...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
It is a balance of trade-offs as it is usually in distribut...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Probably as most of you agree it is a bad practice due to: ...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
That is where you need to profile the queries, run some exp...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
This is the million dollar question :) Yes as soon as you u...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
I like your point of view, databases are not easily scalabl...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Generally, I am not a fan of views but yes they have their ...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Appreciate your views. As the example mentions it is a "mic...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks!
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
Thanks for the comment. I am not advocating putting any log...
re: 4 Ways Docker Changed the Way Software Engineers Work in Past Half Decade
I have used CVS,SVN and git. If git hasn't transformed VCS ...
re: 4 Ways Docker Changed the Way Software Engineers Work in Past Half Decade
I can surely agree to disagree.
re: 4 Ways Docker Changed the Way Software Engineers Work in Past Half Decade
So is it a good thing or bad?
re: 4 Ways Docker Changed the Way Software Engineers Work in Past Half Decade
Thanks for your insights. I agree with some of it.
re: Moving From A and B to ~150 Microservices, the Journey, and Learnings [Slides]
yes it should be coming out soon.
re: 5 Signs That Reveal Your Software Development Process Is Agile Only on Paper and Solutions for Them
Control or hijack? :) Yes, the assumption is there.
re: 10 Software Engineering Proverbs/quotes I Wrote in the Past Months
Welcome.
re: 10 Software Engineering Proverbs/quotes I Wrote in the Past Months
No comments :)
re: 10 Software Engineering Proverbs/quotes I Wrote in the Past Months
Yes it is company culture too.
re: Working as a software engineer for a dev shop with projects vs a product company
Both why not :)
re: Deployment Is Not Release, Let’s Use Feature Flags
Agreed, generally if you have a rule to clean up when openi...
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
Yes. Looks like you need find a new and better place to wor...
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
I can write a talk if this topic deserves more attention :)...
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
There are multiple ways to look at it. In my previous work ...
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
I think you have already made it clear with "corporate in-h...
re: How to split a new feature into independent (release ready) parts before coding it
+1 for tests.
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
Yes some parts you wrote surely makes sense. The thing abou...
re: Don't code your microservice like a monolith, keep it maintainable not over-engineered
Thanks.
re: The best automated deployment tool is… the one that fits your needs
Thanks for the summary :)
re: There are only two types of automated software tests, fast ones and not fast ones
Thanks for the comment.
re: How to do a zero downtime database (DB) migration (schema change) with a practical example
Thanks for pointing it out, I wasn't aware of it.
re: There are only two types of automated software tests, fast ones and not fast ones
No idea, never tried Rust.
re: Basic Functional Programming Patterns in JavaScript
Good examples.
re: A free CI (using Docker-Compose) for your Gitlab repositories?
Good setup.
re: Put dev.to on your resume!
There should be a free trial of the membership subscription...
re: How do you make your portfolio/GitHub profile standout?
A simple way would be to contribute to influential open sou...
re: What are the best sources to learn practical Javascript?
+100 Nodeschool
re: 5 Things to consider when deploying a new major feature to production
You can use launchdarkly.com for feature toggle as a servic...
re: The best automated deployment tool is… the one that fits your needs
If the current setup works I would say just use it. If you ...
re: The best automated deployment tool is… the one that fits your needs
You are heading on the right path. Google container builder...
re: Working as a software engineer for a dev shop with projects vs a product company
That is also true to an extent.
re: What are the best sources to learn practical Javascript?
nodeschool.io/ by far the best learning by doing CLI based ...
re: 3 simple rules for less or no git conflicts
sarcasm 101 :)
re: Why use docker? 3 reasons from a development perspective
Welcome.
re: New Guy
I would suggest nodeschool.io.
re: 5 practical steps to land your first tech job
Hello Christoper, If you already have your own company and...
re: Welcome Thread - v17
Hello Everyone, I am Geshan Manandhar, working as a Senior ...
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