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re: Show off your pet(s) :-)
No, he's a straping young lad now. I just like that picture o...
re: Try these 4 languages from 4 corners of Programming
For something completely different, try an RTL hardware desig...
re: Show off your pet(s) :-)
Possibly NSFW. Rodan & Twinkie.
re: What bad habit do you have because you learned an approach *before* a better idea came along?
C
re: Two things you can do to improve your DEV home feed
I set some a while back and wasn't really sure if it was work...
re: How do you fight boredom in software development?
I've been a software engineer 20 years and never been "bored"...
re: The bigger picture behind the GitHub master branch name change
I don't waste time on Twitter, etc. but this is actually the ...
re: Korean input on Kubuntu 20.04
Wow, and I thought the days of painful IME installs were behi...
re: The Top Programming Languages Computer Loving Kids Should Learn
While I have no experience with mini-humans, I'd think that g...
re: High-Perf Embedded Hardware 06-2020
Ok, maybe I skimmed their docs too quickly. Missed that it w...
re: High-Perf Embedded Hardware 06-2020
Hadn't heard of it, but it's pretty neat. I've got a few Fea...
re: Long-Distance Relationships vs. Quarantine
Oh, that's a good one! I'm embarrassed to admit I've yet to ...
re: Learning From Unity After 15 Years of GameDev with Custom Engines
Using Unity for the first time was sobering as someone that w...
re: Saying No in Development to Clients is Hard
"No" is the most powerful word there is. It's the same whet...
re: Explain Deno Like I'm Five
And it was done in Rust. As should be considered for all perf...
re: Avoiding Not Invented Here (NIH) in your side projects
I agree 100% that NIH syndrome should be avoided in professio...
re: Why do people like their own post?
But... while you don't auto-heart your posts, it does with yo...
re: Why do people like their own post?
I think it's "conceptually odd", but a non-issue at the same ...
re: What is your top tool that most devs would be surprised you use regularly?
Pico/nano is training wheels for vim. Sorry, just need to thr...
re: What is your top tool that most devs would be surprised you use regularly?
I used SourceTree for quite awhile. Give Fork a gander, I've ...
re: Raspberry Pi PM2.5/10 Air Quality Monitor
I don't recall having issues with SSH, but I don't remember i...
re: Raspberry Pi PM2.5/10 Air Quality Monitor
It's the same as the link in the post: raspberrypi.org/docume...
re: Raspberry Pi PM2.5/10 Air Quality Monitor
I don’t recall it breaking ssh. The official pi docs still h...
re: Else Before If In Rust
Interesting. Not entirely sure I agree, but interesting. Th...
re: To C/C++ Or Not to C/C++
First, no. Eventually, yes!
re: How the Retail Industry is Scaling up with Scan and Go Technology
Amazon Go is pretty neat; walk in, pick up what you want, a...
re: Editing remote files with Vim
Huh never knew about this. On occasion I've used gvim (or x...
re: Buying a game console in 2020
If you do go with PlayStation, I recommend PSN+. You can pi...
re: Buying a game console in 2020
With a new console generation scheduled for the end of this...
re: Coming from a Mac to Windows & WSL 2
Welcome to the Dark Side. 😉
re: What was your first computer?
Technically it was a Tandy Color Computer 2. But the secon...
re: How to generate Harry Potter spells using Neural Networks
AI generated Magic the Gathering cards are pretty amusing a...
re: DEV.TO writers, what MD tools do you use?
With GitHub pages you can use Dev.to>settings>publish...
re: How Do You Support Remote Juniors?
I use this to teach my nephew python. The shared terminal i...
re: Getting started with Rust on Mac
I mean, it's a known potential issue with macOS and client-...
re: What effect is the Coronavirus having on your work life and personal life?
I live in EU. Things continue to escalate. Work started s...
re: Getting started with Rust on Mac
Using brew to run a shell script seems like overkill, can y...
re: Lapin, a terminal game in Rust
I grew up with ASCII games. This warms my heart
re: QA Vs Developer: Whose responsibility is to do app testing?
Trick question. BOTH.
re: Learning German
And... from the previous post it's Berlin. That should teac...
re: Learning German
Awesome news, Ben. Which city is it in? I spent a fair amo...
re: Wouldn't it be cool if DEV could render LaTeX?
LaTeX was a major part of my stint in academia. Have someth...
re: "Once you got the visa, don't worry, it's going to be fine" — Jessica Deen about the Russian visa process, safety, and culture
Given enough time and exposure (and a dash of patience/unde...
re: "Once you got the visa, don't worry, it's going to be fine" — Jessica Deen about the Russian visa process, safety, and culture
Very interesting for me. I spend quite a bit of time in U...
re: What would I change in a rewrite of C#?
Reduce use of exceptions in general. Some functions return ...
re: GDC 2020 "Postponed"
I threw in "hoax" because of the recent Trump comment- whic...
re: GDC 2020 "Postponed"
That's more or less what we talked about. The demise of GD...
re: I really couldn't think of a punny title for this post
I'd not seen this resource before, thanks for helping me di...
re: 👋 Hi, there fellow dev! Are you using Home Automation?
I mess around with it a bit. I'd love to see more practical...
re: Learn To Code By Playing These Games
On Steam most games by Zachtronics are also good. Not so mu...
re: What were some quirks and gotchas about working with Python 1?
My first programming job involved some stuff written in Pyt...
re: The Ultimate Guide 🚀 To Use VS Code With Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)👩‍💻👨‍💻
The differences can be subtle and depend on your toolchains...
re: The Ultimate Guide 🚀 To Use VS Code With Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)👩‍💻👨‍💻
Windows Terminal also has good support for working with WSL...
re: That feel when you find a StackOverflow post for the exact question you had
I've been praying for a new edition of CLR via C# for ages!...
re: YEStifications: Exploring how users engage with notification prompts in the Chrome UX Report
Interesting stuff. I’ve become annoyed with the number of s...
re: Multi-threading without locks
CAS warrants mentioning the ABA problem. Personally I'm gra...
re: Do you merge branches locally or create pull requests for personal projects?
I make my own PRs. Mostly just so my workflow is always the...
re: Creating an FFI-compatible C-ABI library in Rust
I only gave it a quick glance, but looks sane to me. Multi-...
re: Creating an FFI-compatible C-ABI library in Rust
I’m not particularly interested in PHP, but I enjoy seeing ...
re: Are You a Mediocre Developer? ME TOO
Sorry to resurrect a dormant post, but I liked seeing the oth...
re: Use Multi-Stage Docker Builds For Statically-Linked Rust Binaries
I wrote about using docker and Qemu a while back which is p...
re: Use Multi-Stage Docker Builds For Statically-Linked Rust Binaries
Very timely for me. I've started using docker to wrangle s...
re: What's the most wasteful software?
It's unfortunate that popular or productive languages/frame...
re: That About Wraps It Up For Actix-Web
Honestly, I’m surprised it doesn’t happen more often
re: The V programming language
I’ve seen a couple other articles about it and am intrigued. ...
re: Will you write code after you retire? How will your relationship with our craft change?
I wrote code before I started working, so I'd imagine I wil...
re: Home Assistant Voice Recognition with Rhasspy
Something based on Raven Ridge or newer APU would be intere...
re: Home Assistant Voice Recognition with Rhasspy
I have a friend that loves those and uses them extensively....
re: Is it okay for not English people to open a blog written in English?
Go ahead. Most native speakers can parse imperfect writing....
re: No salary range? No software engineer.
I debated commenting on what is certainly a hot-bed issue, ...
re: rav1e 0.2.0 - Winter Solstice
I'd be interested in seeing more details regarding specific...
re: How many programming languages do you know?
I'm still chuckling to myself about this. Wish we could giv...
re: GameDev News - December 13, 2019
Glad to see you mention the new asset processing in Lumbery...
re: How would you test for coding skills?
One of these days I will have candidates play SpaceChem (or...
re: What's up, doc? Rust doctests and you
Good write up on Rust fundamentals. I have a love-hate rela...
re: Which movies or series about programming would you recommend?
It’s more real than reality. It could be a documentary for ...
re: Which movies or series about programming would you recommend?
Office Space
re: Validate mail address format the easy way
Looks like there will soon be an alternative without the ex...
re: Installing Home Assistant
See, I've got static schedules: morning alarm, work tasks, ...
re: Installing Home Assistant
There's actually another good one here on dev.to: Living wi...
re: NYTimes warns of USB "juice jacking"
Some other people mentioned using those cheap-o USB chargin...
re: Bitflags 1.0.1 - Part 1
Old or not, Rust macros are on my short-list of things to d...
re: My first impressions of Rust
It comes down to personal preference, but I like the variab...
re: What's your favorite new thing?
Only used GitHub Desktop briefly but it seemed like it was ...
re: How to allow Touch ID to authenticate for Sudo commands on Mac
That's pretty cool. I'm not a fan of the touch bar, but I d...
re: How C program stored in RAM memory?
You get my first 🦄. Hey, I've been trying to keep them spe...
re: 10 rules of a successful meeting in a tech company
I read and re-read the list, but I just can’t find “coffee”...
re: Telegram - The one Messenger app to rule them all
We used it briefly at one company. But it didn’t work well ...
re: Telegram - The one Messenger app to rule them all
"Meatspace" ;)
re: Telegram - The one Messenger app to rule them all
I've lived a bunch of places, and work with partners in a b...
re: Async Rust Beta- Quick Peek
From the various threads I've read they look at a wide rang...
re: Loading Native Libraries in C#
Glad you enjoyed it. Wish I had more time to investigate i...
re: What's your favorite new thing?
I actually just started using Fork as well. I rather like i...
re: Cyclomatic Complexity is the Mind Killer
Interesting. This is something I think people intuitively “...
re: Rusted brains: Running Rust firmware on a Cortex-M microcontroller
An extension to some home automation stuff I've been messin...
re: My First Week In Tech
Either they contain a comment or they were commented out. S...
re: Rusted brains: Running Rust firmware on a Cortex-M microcontroller
Well, this is timely. I was just about to get started on an...
re: My First Golang Program
Given the name, it's mighty tempting. The only reason it s...
re: My First Golang Program
Isn't godot C++?
re: I Am Mesmerized By Our New Robotic Vacuum
Not sure how I missed this when it was fresh... Robot vacu...
re: Weirdest rules from coding standards
You should have turned this into a #discuss and asked peopl...
re: How to become a senior developer?
A brilliant, former manager of mine (whom I respect a great...
re: Shareable CLI demo?
Maybe Live Share? I keep trying to find excuses to use tha...
re: Adventures in IL: Conditionals and Loops
I've been patiently waiting for a new, updated version of "...
re: Deploying WASM to Fastly's Edge
Once WASI (which Fastly is involved with afaik) is a bit fu...
re: Which fictional story (book, movie, etc.) is the best allegory for software development?
Spoiler alert: For foofy startups, Office Space is still d...
re: Amazon Lumberyard Intro
You're very welcome!
re: Rust or Go for web development?
Since you haven't started either, you're much closer to web...
re: Show off your Terminal 🐱‍💻✨
I retract my mentioning of Windows Terminal. It's still go...
re: Callbacks, Trait Objects & Associated Types, Oh My!
Just realized I've yet looked at how to do that. Seems std...
re: Callbacks, Trait Objects & Associated Types, Oh My!
Ah, I see
re: Callbacks, Trait Objects & Associated Types, Oh My!
I usually see PhatomData used with raw pointers like in the...
re: Blog post: First Kata: "Multiply"
Not sure if this is in the spirit of code kata, but it was ...
re: Can you describe how you visualize or form mental models around your work?
Enumerate requirements so I'm clear about the problem. An...
re: What Is An "Interpreted" Language?
I'm playing devil's advocate. It's not all that exotic, AR...
re: What Is An "Interpreted" Language?
With widespread use of AOT, JIT, and native language bindin...
re: Show off your Terminal 🐱‍💻✨
I just installed the new Windows Terminal with Powershell C...
re: Workplace without hate
"Don't tolerate brilliant jerks" applies. The preventative a...
re: Apple wants to remove scripting languages from macOS
Python 2.7.10 (2015) Perl 5.18.4 (2014?) Ruby 2.3.7 (2018) ...
re: Apple wants to remove scripting languages from macOS
Doesn't seem like a huge deal to me. I don't use all those...
re: Play Street Fighter with body movements using Arduino and Tensorflow.js
Very cool. Good luck with Dhalsim's gestures. 😃
re: Ads In Your Linters
I'm not privy to the sentiment on the interwebs, but my rea...
re: Working in Japan: Myths, Realities, Compensation, Culture (By A Software Engineer)
Osaka, Shiga, and Kyoto. Went to grad school and worked at...
re: In And Out Of Rabbit Holes
I use workspaces in a lot of my rust projects. But now that...
re: What is your daily routine?
06:30 Wake up 06:35 Meditate 06:45 Cycle to work 07:30 Gym ...
re: Working in Japan: Myths, Realities, Compensation, Culture (By A Software Engineer)
I spent a bunch of years in Kansai. Don't really miss it. ...
re: Which unproductive activities are typically mistaken for productivity?
Meeting agenda ftw. And someone with the power/authority/c...
re: Roblox, good or bad for the world of game development?
One of my nephews was really into it a few years ago, didn'...
re: Hugo: an almost ideal static website generator
Wish GitHub pages had jekyll-asciidoctor Ah, and looks lik...
re: What is the hardest part of your job?
Firing people. Glad that isn't part of my current job.
re: Rustifying Chat: Create a Terminal UI Chat App in Rust
Pretty cool. Didn't even know there was a crate for doing f...
re: Interesting Board Game Mechanics
Galaxy Trucker and Gravwell sound pretty neat, will have to...
re: 10 Great Programming Projects to Improve Your Resume and Learn to Program
You should write a post about it. I can't be then only one ...
re: 10 Great Programming Projects to Improve Your Resume and Learn to Program
I like to make something I "need" like my air quality monitor...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Since the topic is expanding one's horizons and learning so...
re: Why developers are SO sh*t at estimating!
Back when I was a wee CS student a professor I respect a gr...
re: Lazy man's guide: multiple GitHub HTTPS accounts on Windows
Git is definitely one of those things that gets painful on ...
re: DEV Went Open Source One Year Ago Today, And We Have So Much More Planned!
Want to say thanks for creating Dev.to. Not being a Ruby d...
re: C# Interface Basics
Interfaces are key to C# (and many other languages). Just t...
re: Toying with a PS3 in 2019
I haven't thought about PS3 in a while. Currently preparing...
re: You Don’t Need a MacBook to Become a Coder
Honestly, the only reason I've got a Mac Book Pro is to cov...
re: ELI5: Why self-host a compiler?
"Eating your own dogfood" was mentioned and I think that's ...
re: Convince me that types are awesome
Personally, I think the burden of proof rests with the unty...
re: Fix your memory! Write it down or lose it.
I'm not sure where this comes from, but I think there's a g...
re: I've never become overly convinced that switch statements are that much cleaner than `if else if else if else if else`
This here. switch in some languages (like F#, rust, and app...
re: Raspberry Pi 4 Goes On Sale: “This is a comprehensive upgrade”
Will pick one up in the US as soon as there's stock. They'r...
re: Reactive Canvas with Rust/WebAssembly and web-sys
My lack of experience with JS/node/NPM was a bit of a roadb...
re: Automatically close GitHub Issues
I "discovered" this not long ago as well. Turns out there's...
re: Learning F# — A Simple Parser
Agree with Ben here, keep thinking I should give F# another...
re: What's your advice to someone over the age of 30 considering a career in software development?
There's already been a lot of good comments. "Test the wa...
re: Do you clone Git repos via HTTPS or SSH?
SSH. Along with ~/.ssh/config so it's easy to manage work ...
re: Pirrigator, part 7: Problems emerge
In one instance I switched from iter() to into_iter() to ch...
re: What's the best career advice you can give in ten words or less?
"Plastics"
re: Do you have a process for naming things?
Follow existing convention where reasonable, otherwise pic...
re: Java, C++, or C#???
I learned C then C++ (as well as assembly) before moving on...
re: What are your thoughts on the 4-day work week?
I'm lobbying hard for the 3-day, 30 hour work week. 😎
re: Supporting Altivec in stdsimd - quick notes
I did a lot of work with AltiVec for the PowerPC-based PS3 ...
re: What's your commute like?
Currently hiding out in one of those new fangled co-working...
re: What's With All the Props Anyway?
I don't know anything about JavaScript/web-stuff, but I app...
re: Looking Back at the My Little Pony Game I Made in High School
Pretty fun. Makes me wish I had some of my old projects som...
re: WASM to WASI
Only briefly, been more focused on wasmtime so far.
re: Pirrigator, part 5.
Pretty cool to see it coming together! I've been keeping a...
re: Explained: Futures in Rust for Web Development
Pretty good write up. For me the biggest gotchas were: ...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
Typedefs don't involve classes or anything that complicated...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
cstdint/stdint.h has int8_t, uint8_t, and some other typede...
re: Leveraging Travis-CI for Continuous Deployment to Publish Compiled Binaries to GitHub
Been thinking about looking into this for some of our stuff...
re: Ruby and Python, them and the differences
Somebody mentioned Stack Overflow survey above, there's al...
re: Raspberry Pi Zero Raspbian/Rust Primer
Nice! Thanks for the tip. Even bigger thanks for adding su...
re: Getting Productive with Vim in a Week without Hating It
I should have guessed such a thing exists....
re: Getting Productive with Vim in a Week without Hating It
I've never regretted learning vim/emacs. That said, I tend...
re: Raspberry Pi Zero Raspbian/Rust Primer
That could be a fun follow-up project, thanks for the sugge...
re: “DevOps engineer” is really just a title used to hire sysadmins?
A while back I had the converse problem. Opened a pair of p...
re: Effective Modern C++ by Scott Meyers
When I started working full-time, the older "Effective C++"...
re: Have you ever quit a job without anything else lined up?
Went from grad school to my first full-time job. A couple ...
re: Space-time tradeoff Emoji Note
This is great. Makes me want an entire CS textbook in emoji...
re: Coding Lessons…from Factorio?
I'd never even looked that they have other games. Into the ...
re: Coding Lessons…from Factorio?
Factorio is still sitting in my Steam wish list. A bunch ...
re: I got the job 💃
Congrats!
re: Web Development with Rust— 02/x: Deploy your first App
Is Zeit a better choice than Lambda when it comes to rust? ...
re: What are you doing currently?
Building from scratch binaries I could have downloaded pre-...
re: Jenkins: Scripted Pipeline – Production environment job confirmation step
Sorry, but "DevOops" made me chuckle. I realize it's a typo...
re: What kind of articles do you like the most?
"It depends". =) I can read super technical articles if it...
re: Why we migrated our CLI from NodeJS to GoLang 💻
I love Rust, and write about it here frequently. But I woul...
re: Why we migrated our CLI from NodeJS to GoLang 💻
The icons at the end could be a winning argument for just a...
re: Pattern Matching F# Union Types in C# 7
Pattern matching was one of my favorite parts of F#. With r...
re: Miscellaneous C# Async Tips
I've had a massive c#/async post "in progress" for months n...
re: Pirrigator
Ah, indeed. That makes perfect sense.
re: Pirrigator
Nice! Looking forward to reading about your progress. I'v...
re: Rust Lifetimes for Safer FFI
The nomicon is great, such a dense treasure trove of inform...
re: Programming in the Adult Entertainment Industry II
Just tried to take a look at part one. Didn't realize there...
re: Programming in the Adult Entertainment Industry II
Interesting, I would like to see more, honestly. I don't d...
re: What planning tools do you use?
Prototypes are a good idea. They're invaluable regardless ...
re: What planning tools do you use?
Trello was used on a number of my projects in the past. Has...
re: Link's House
I half expected an article and it was even better. Guess a ...
re: Docker — writing a smaller image with multi stage builds for. NET core.
Caching the restore like that is pretty clever.
re: Killing unwrap()
I'm definitely guilty of excessive unwrap()-ing. It's just...
re: gRPC and Protocol Buffers as an alternative to JSON REST APIs
I'm a huge proponent of Protocol Buffers and other similar ...
re: Containerize an Application
Good stuff! As a next step you could take a look at creati...
re: What's your favourite CI/CD tool and why?
And my post: dev.to/jeikabu/migrating-to-docker...
re: What's your favourite CI/CD tool and why?
I'm still putting the finishing touches on a dev.to post ab...
re: .NET Standard and Multi-targeting
Something else that can be helpful is conditionals around &...
re: Letting the compiler tell you what to do - an example using Rust
Having used a slew of other languages, have to say I'm ofte...
re: Build Android app with rust
I saw that go(Lang) had the option to build for Android (an...
re: .NET Core 3.0 Preview w/ C# 8.0 Nullable Reference Types
Nice find! Looks like I wasn't the only person that had tr...
re: F# is Pretty Cool
Good stuff. It was (I believe) the first .net language to ...
re: Rust Derive Macros
Yeah, just fixed it....
re: First commercial game reaching early access in a week!
Great job! I'll definitely take a look. Shipping a game ...
re: Help me decide a language for Advent of Code
I'm a huge proponent of Rust, but I'd actually advise again...
re: Check out this Advent of Code helper for Rust
That is pretty neat. The whole cargo ecosystem is one of R...
re: Code navigation in Visual Studio Code
I move back and forth between Windows (at work) and Mac (at...
re: Higher-Order Functions in Rust
Don't think I've come across for<> before. Interestin...
re: Auth Web Microservice with rust using Actix-Web - Complete Tutorial Part 2
Midway through Auth Handling the formatting is fubar. Just ...
re: Essential quality of life terminal improvements
My terminal is default and sad...
re: Episode 004 - The Program and Startup classes - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill
I've got things mostly working with host containers but som...
re: Auth Web Microservice with rust using Actix-Web - Complete Tutorial Part 1
Good stuff! Seeing the cool work others do always inspires ...
re: Microservice-based Application with ASP.NET Core Generic Host
Best of luck when you do!
re: I quit my job and why should you do it too
A number of years ago I worked on a AAA game from start to ...
re: Why Devto is so slow from China?
Someday... someday.... Incidentally, Xijinping is in Shang...
re: Breaking up with my mouse (Mac edition)
I mapped Caps Lock to ctrl because I use it far more than o...
re: Why Devto is so slow from China?
It's only slow in China (I'm in Shanghai). Dev.to is using...
re: I haven't been assigned work all week. This is my first job/internship. Should I quit or stay longer?
Great advice: 1) ask 2) be productive.
re: The New Microsoft
I saw this as well. Opened a tab with it, but have yet to r...
re: A Potpourri of .Net Core CI/CD (Lite)
I'm certainly due for a mistake (assuming I haven't made on...
re: What I've Learned So Far Building Coravel (Open Source .NET Core Tooling) - Part 1
I haven't looked into .NET Core Razor yet. Posts about it ...
re: A Potpourri of .Net Core CI/CD (Lite)
Have to admit, I was morbidly curious if anyone would say s...
re: Rust FFI crate and CI
And.... about 10 minutes after posting this discovered &amp...
re: What I've Learned So Far Building Coravel (Open Source .NET Core Tooling) - Part 1
Nuget leaves a lot to be desired. The more time I spend wi...
re: The New Microsoft
Like emacs vs vi, Beatles vs Elvis, chocolate vs vanilla, I...
re: The New Microsoft
All good points. I kind of had that in mind when I mention...
re: Gamepad Input with Rust (cont.)
Nice! Thanks for the tips, that definitely gives me more t...
re: The New Microsoft
Must admit, I'm shocked that someone with a username like "...
re: The New Microsoft
This sounds interesting, I'll have to look for this. Would...
re: The New Microsoft
I'm definitely enjoying it (albeit, cautiously) as well. Al...
re: The New Microsoft
Only if there were 48 hours in a day, I definitely know the...
re: The New Microsoft
I'll take that quote to heart. Appreciate the comment.
re: The New Microsoft
Interesting to hear about your experience contributing to V...
re: The New Microsoft
Weren't most/all those things true pre-MS acquisition? OSX...
re: Finally found a cross-platform Excel parsing library
Will have to check this out. I can't remember what we're u...
re: Using Print Statements Are A Handy Way to Debug and Explore Code
One of the situations where logging is really invaluable is...
re: How do you commit in GitHub ?
Don't just use the GUI for commits, I find it useful for ge...
re: Dealing with Nothing in C# - Nullable
Someone commented in your previous post about changes relat...
re: Are you an introvert, extrovert, or somewhere in between?
Started out a fairly extreme introvert, but as I drifted in...
re: How do you commit in GitHub ?
Just wanted to wish you good luck on the game jam. I never...
re: We don't need a ternary operator
I agree with with all your points. But I feel like there's...
re: Helpful Terminal Commands for Beginners!
I love the shell. When I learned OSX had a "proper" shell ...
re: Helpful Terminal Commands for Beginners!
Beat me to it. ctrl+z, bg, and fg were indispensable to me...
re: How would you define high quality code?
It's subjective and variable depending on the circumstances...
re: GoLang, The Next Language to Learn for Developers
It's definitely pleasant to use. It had the best IDE exper...
re: GoLang, The Next Language to Learn for Developers
There's a lot to like about go. In particular the simplici...
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