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re: Would you pay to watch me coding?
That's the one. I guess I missed that whole debacle..
re: Would you pay to watch me coding?
Can't think of the name off the top of my head but there's ...
re: Code Smell: No AND in Function name
Sounds like a great idea for a custom tslint/eslint rule
re: Why I don't think a Degree is Necessary to Become A Developer.
I wrote my first piece of software in 1987 at the ripe old ...
re: Find the largest number in an Array - one line
Not if you use snippets!
re: Find the largest number in an Array - one line
jsbench.me/g4jx2nffbo/1 Array.prototype.reduce() seems to ...
re: How do you feel about the "misuse" of HTTP methods?
Like anything else, there are the die-hard theorists who sa...
re: Microservices: HTTP Requests vs Messaging
I don't think it's necessarily an either/or. Some services ...
re: What do you do if you're in the middle of a project and you realize it already exists in the world?
This is sometimes true, but it really depends on the app. H...
re: What do you do if you're in the middle of a project and you realize it already exists in the world?
This really depends on what exactly already exists and how ...
re: What's your take on writing tests for third-party services or integrations?
The prevailing wisdom here is to record actual responses fr...
re: Are CSS and HTML programming languages?
Smalltalk isn't "only" objects. There are other parts of th...
re: Webassembly is good but doesn't the thought scare you that sites will now be able to run full binary programs on your devices?
Not at all. They are designed to be safe.
re: Are CSS and HTML programming languages?
CSS isn't a programming language. Show me an example of som...
re: How long is a new feature/page expected to take?
The question shows either a fundamental misunderstanding or...
re: Best practices for authentication in an oauth API flow?
JWT with a key pair is a good way to prevent DB lookups or ...
re: What is that one tool/stack/framework that you have no interest with despite the popularity?
Just like anything else, Docker is a tool for specific purp...
re: Confidence
If you're stuck on an issue, switch contexts and get some e...
re: Finding time when you have a family
It's definitely more of a challenge, but it's all about bal...
re: What habit do many senior engineers have that juniors should try to avoid adopting?
I totally agree. Writing code is an art and, like painting,...
re: Tired of Guessing What 'this' Is Referring To?
I don't write React code. I'm a full stack JS dev and avoid...
re: Tell me about jQuery Patterns!
I'd suggest the rewrite from scratch strategy. :)
re: Feature Request: Add the "Reading List" or "Bookmark" button on the posts page (card layout) itself
Totally agree. Sometimes I'm scrolling the list but don't h...
re: Tired of Guessing What 'this' Is Referring To?
I'd advise to avoid writing code that uses this altogether....
re: What was the config of your first computer?
Amstrad 16MHz PC, 2 5.25" floppy drives, no hard drive (the...
re: Are coders real people???
No offense taken! It can be hard to break out of the online...
re: What do you listen to while you code?
This depends what I'm working on. For bug fixes, in code I ...
re: Did JavaScript objects have static methods before ES6 class static methods?
Yes, the classes look prettier but are just the old .protot...
re: Can anyone help me out with multithreading in node?
Please don't think of multithreading in JS like you do in a...
re: Js and burning out
If you're worried about backwards compatibility being a per...
re: Are coders real people???
Yes, we are real people. I drink beer, do woodworking, have...
re: How to plan a software?
The basis to all systems is there is some sort of desired o...
re: Setting Up TypeScript for Node
If you are planning on publishing npm modules with Typescri...
re: How can I attract a group of developers for open source projects?
It will be much easier if you have something, anything, to ...
re: Welcome Thread - v33
Hello, World! I'm here because technology is my passion. I'...
re: Did you negotiate ($) for your first technical job?
Always negotiate. This is a business transaction. They want...
re: Being a shitty dad -and a developer
It's a great time to teach him a lesson that things don't a...
re: How do you find the largest and smallest number in an unsorted integer array?
I'm not a python guy, but wouldn't this scan the entire ar...
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