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re: Fuchsia and the Server: Why I'm Betting on Linux
1) Most people still won't understand. Indignantly repeatin...
re: Fuchsia and the Server: Why I'm Betting on Linux
Is Taylor misdirection around revenue vs profit?
re: Intel's Clear Linux: First Impressions
minor edit needed (I think) on the Geekbench you've got 5 l...
re: A Modern CSS Reset
Just be careful with CSS and contain within something else ...
re: Sprints/retros are not "agile"
Agile isn't worker focused or about allowing coders to deci...
re: The ONE chart every developer MUST understand
I'd be shocked if you found your team is more efficient/ec...
re: The ONE chart every developer MUST understand
One of the biggest problems with this is that it centres ar...
re: How YOU can use an ORM in .NET Core and C# to type less SQL -starring Entity Framework
Why aren't you authoring an article instead of asking other...
re: Will software ever become "blue collar" work?
Some probably will, before they are outmoded altogether, bu...
re: What software projects made you "wow" 🤯
Games 90's point & click engines Dark Reign & Dar...
re: Service calls make your tests better
Think about it this way instead. You can have both a unit t...
re: Audio visualisation with the Web Audio API and React
Do you think it might be an idea for someone to create a fr...
re: 10 HTML Elements You Didn't Know You Needed
Oh man... template, output and wbr. My new toys to play wit...
re: Real World Developer's Problems: API Versioning
I haven't used it enough to validate that statement
re: Real World Developer's Problems: API Versioning
I really hoped you meant API in the broader sense. Learning...
re: How to Refactor Your Finances - An Interview With a Programmer Who Retired at 34
Insurance sales-person right there. Don't question if you'd...
re: The Many Worlds of Programming
I mean. You need to visit tooling & ops when programmin...
re: Skills That Everyone Thinks Web Developers Have
Maybe an article on snarky ops nerds being twats instead of...
re: Skills That Everyone Thinks Web Developers Have
From my sister (who should know better). {National ISP} say...
re: A Tale Of Software Development Culture Change - Gone Wrong!
I think maybe part of the problem is that your boss won't w...
re: JavaScript is almost pythonic
:( Kinda gutted that JS extends syntax looked a lot cleaner...
re: Why did you chose Programing Language XYZ?
I've learned many C-style langs, also some lisp style and s...
re: Null Object Pattern
Embrace composition of multiple simpler elements rather tha...
re: Why I turned down a job opportunity from Amazon last year
Absolutely was not a suggestion they did no wrong, nor that...
re: Why I turned down a job opportunity from Amazon last year
You got my sign-up too. I'm not an author (perhaps I aspire...
re: Why I turned down a job opportunity from Amazon last year
Checkout Marvin's awesome reply though dev.to/marvindanig/c...
re: Is it good or bad practice to make developers pay money for his bugs?
It is one of the stupidest policies I can think of and only...
re: How do you shift between the coding mindset and other head spaces?
Music, sometimes intermediary tasks can be used to glue tog...
re: Why I turned down a job opportunity from Amazon last year
Frustrating yes, but perhaps not as cut and dry as it first...
re: You don't need Array.reduce()
to anyone liking this, it works better if you just send in ...
re: Implementing the Stack Data Structure in Javascript
I was thinking even the terms pop, push and shift, unshift ...
re: How can you swap two variables without using a third?
I suspect it's better if you don't try to copy with only tw...
re: Implementing the Stack Data Structure in Javascript
JS comes with stack LIFO and queue FIFO built-in using arra...
re: How can you swap two variables without using a third?
limit x and y to 16 bit or store 32-bit numbers in 64-bit. ...
re: You don't need Array.reduce()
My head nearly exploded looking at that. Map reduce is not ...
re: Perfection is useless
Is this something you could write-up? I'd love to read abou...
re: Perfection is useless
Absolutely. If there is one thing I could add it would be t...
re: Please stop using Ruby
Thanks for sharing.
re: Pushing WordPress Theme Updates With Git
Hey Jack, I suppose it's best to start from, how are clie...
re: Pushing WordPress Theme Updates With Git
How are you handling dependencies in such a scenario, and w...
re: Introduction to AWS Lambda
Simply put it's too opaque. You need to be able to rational...
re: Often neglected skills new devs should learn?
Communication, critical evaluation, debugging, sysadmin, da...
re: I'm planning to ditch my MacBook and move away from laptop computing
try HaikuOS (slightly Joking) it's ancestor BeOS was hands-...
re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript?
Glad they are not in-charge. Browsers need to work towards ...
re: GitHub ditched jQuery
Lets be clear not everything needs to work without JS for a...
re: Programming is ...
Programming is going from uncertain of how something works ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (August 13 edition)
what does it do? I just installed from play and clicked on ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (August 13 edition)
github.com/ChromiumOS-rPi/ChromiumOS is a hobby project (on...
re: What are your guiding principles in software development?
Simplicity, functionality
re: Choosing a programming language for bloody Beginners
I understand it, but as someone that helps businesses with ...
re: Choosing a programming language for bloody Beginners
A Little detail-oriented for a new programmer. Perhaps afte...
re: Why I love hiring Junior engineers
I disagree with the conclusions even though I've observed t...
re: Quick hack for using google translate (or other services) in Nuxt/Vue.js
Surely binding to onMutation event handler, then just initi...
re: How to lower your AWS EC2 bill
We mostly agree. But again Finance isn't going to know wh...
re: How to lower your AWS EC2 bill
One silly bit that really should be removed For now, let’...
re: This Picture Will Change the Way You Learn to Code
Need to add to that list of “Can this library accomplis...
re: How I learned the most about using XML with PHP
I think what they were trying to say was that although it i...
re: Be good at one thing, not average at everything
However, you really start pushing your limit and the limit...
re: Be good at one thing, not average at everything
I actually used that quote in few inerviews Which means ...
re: Continuous Delivery using feature toggle
What about dynamic feature toggles from environment variabl...
re: How to get started with DevOps
I'm fully on your side as far as shared ownership. It's pro...
re: How to get started with DevOps
The one word I've not read is consistency (even used CTRL+F...
re: Dirty secrets of DevOps
TBF I work with SME's & I think devops (like healthy li...
re: You changed the code, you didn't refactor the code.
I will read OFC, I think for me the iterative nature of any...
re: You changed the code, you didn't refactor the code.
If its against a test suite, its refactoring full-stop. Ins...
re: Moving from a Java Monolith to Microservices at Squarespace
I was a little surprised a monolith ever worked at the scal...
re: The broken promise of static typing
Hi Dan, You got the known vs unknown in one. Not knowing a...
re: The broken promise of static typing
Have you considered that you may have actually measured kno...
re: Google Cloud Platform Vs. Amazon Web Services
Reminds me of this youtube.com/watch?v=b2F-DItXtZs I'm not...
re: Google Cloud Platform Vs. Amazon Web Services
I really want to hear more about this migration. One of the...
re: How to Set the Technical Direction for Your Team
Very nice article, Hopefully more people go for something l...
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