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What if Dev.to was written in Go language?

Comparing Go to Ruby and specifically Ruby on Rails: I woul...

Dealing with Platform Inconsistencies as a North Korean Front-End Developer

Very Excellent! Can you confirm for me that while iOS only al...

What Does Your IDE/Code Editor Look Like?

I've given up looking for the best and am willing to accept...

What is an API and How does it work?

That's great if you found it useful, I just think an API co...

What company do you wish to work for?

My own. Although, I suppose I'd have to build it first. I t...

What is an API and How does it work?

This is a sales pitch for development services to non-techn...

What's your favorite question to be asked?

"How do computers actually work?" "How does the internet wo...

Are CSS and HTML programming languages?

Yes, the tweet did have that tone to it. No doubt people us...

Are CSS and HTML programming languages?

No, HTML is still not a programming language. This is not ...

I'm SEO Consultant, Ask Me Anything!

How often do you deal with questions of the ethics of tech...

Pointers in practice

Excellent point about the Heap vs Stack. I keep expecting p...

Pointers in practice

This is good info but doesn't seem to answer my questions a...

Show off your first app!

The first thing I'd consider an "app", I built to make my j...

Of course HTML is a programming language

HTML does not make, or instruct, the computer to do anythin...

Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?

Renaming to something like "find_or_initialize_by_login" wo...

Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?

Succinct and authoritative, thank you, sir! I've been tryi...

Returning type-safe & non-nil failure in Crystal?

That is a good point. One thing I didn't point out is: ano...

Coding Intentionally in Bash Grains

"[design intent is] one of the things that sets Software En...

What was your win this week?

This week, I.... Fixed my snowblower by replacing the carb...

Of course HTML is a programming language

No: HTML is not a programming language. Also No: this does...

A blockchain for dummies

Thanks for this. I've only understood blockchain enough to ...

What are you learning from the DEV open source codebase?

That a Rails app can be fast ;-)

Devs using font ligatures, what's the selling point?

I'd never heard of this, had to look it up; my reaction: Ge...

What's in your bookmarks bar?

Switching between 4 machines (including virtuals) it certai...

What's in your bookmarks bar?

Oddly, a couple years ago I just stopped using bookmarks. E...

Why I hate Infinite Scrolling

Yes, yes, and yes. Thanks for writing the post I've been wa...

What are the most used commands in your shell history?

1 169 33.8% ssh 2 58 11.6% git 3 45 9% cd ...

Code for Humans

Fully agree

Code for Humans

Very good list. However I have to disagree with the state...

A better way to handle magic values and constants?

Really I was thinking of the Error or Exception itself. You...

The Book Every Programmer Should Read

Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software...

Postgres or mysql

Postgres

A better way to handle magic values and constants?

You may be right and it's just that simple. Perhaps I am th...

My RegExp nightmare

You're certainly not alone. I actually do really enjoy regu...

RESTful and Summary Resource Paths

Is the sports standings only an illustrative example?

Confidence level. Do you trust devs that extract duplicated code to funtions by hand instead of using IDE support?

Difficult to answer without context. (Although I lean towar...

I'm considering to use vim or neovim as my primary text editor. Any tips?

I agree with all of that and would like to add: patience. ...

Why are you NOT worried about the robot apocalypse?

We don't understand what consciousness really is, how it wo...

Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax?

We're not alone! I think Python is deceptively ugly, because ...

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