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re: Should the Quality of GitHub Projects Be Evaluated by Their Star Count? Oct 14
Stars aren't a good indicator of quality, but they do demon...
re: How you communicate matters Sep 30
I don't want to dismiss that some people are bad at communi...
re: How you communicate matters Sep 30
I've worked and met many scientist types. You'd think they'...
re: How you communicate matters Sep 30
I'll add a corollary to that for the aesthetics design peop...
re: Have you ever live streamed your coding process? Sep 25
I was just using the microphone on the web camera I had for...
re: How do you shift between the coding mindset and other head spaces? Sep 25
I'll hijack my own comment for a serious response. I have ...
re: Have you ever live streamed your coding process? Sep 25
I've done a lot of live coding streaming. My first tip is ...
re: How do you shift between the coding mindset and other head spaces? Sep 25
How I get through the day: while true { input = get_...
re: Understanding the Monty Hall Problem Sep 24
Yes, definitely. But it's partly the variations on the prob...
re: Understanding the Monty Hall Problem Sep 24
Some of the historical confusion on this problem revolves a...
re: Thoughts on Dashboard Design Sep 21
Unfortunately, understanding data is only one of the things...
re: Do tech companies care about your look? Sep 20
The way you present yourself is important. Even care-free s...
re: Thoughts on Dashboard Design Sep 20
I like the "finger" variant of bar charts. :) From my ar...
re: Thoughts on Dashboard Design Sep 20
re: When signing up or logging into an app, do you prefer OAuth (authentication w/social media account) or email sign up/sign in? Sep 20
Social logins are not safe and their existence should be pu...
re: Is Cooperative Concurrency Here to Stay? Sep 18
We need to be careful about what we're measuring and compar...
re: Looking for a mentor Sep 18
I've worked on several games, and 3D engines on many platfo...
re: Is Cooperative Concurrency Here to Stay? Sep 18
A nice overview to the differences in multitasking. I'd lik...
re: Any NoSQL true believers out there? Sep 13
It's a great model for document-like structures. This inclu...
re: Are Google and Facebook Evil? Sep 12
Yes. They support laws that help entrench their monopolies ...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 11
Oh, I definitely think we need the functionality. I think p...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 10
Python's ordering is backwards. IT breaks the standard if-t...
re: When do you create a function or method? Sep 9
I create functions whenever I can. My main concern is reada...
re: I'm an Expert in Memory Management & Segfaults, Ask Me Anything! Sep 8
Given that you're writing a fairly low-level, perhaps wait-...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 8
Yes, I feel using the if ... else syntax for an expression ...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
I think if statements are something separate, assuming the ...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
No, c ? false | 1 would evaluate to false in Leaf. The | op...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
No, because I'm not allowing "falsey" conditions, which I c...
re: How to grow in a developer career despite being introvert? Sep 7
There is a difference between shyness and introversion. A l...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
Note, I say we don't need the ternary because it can be rep...
re: Why Git instead of SVN Sep 7
SVN is really antiquated when it comes to modern developmen...
re: How do you enforce better code and style? Sep 7
You get rid of them. If somebody consistently fails to kee...
re: The burnout, how do you deal with it? Sep 7
Exercise. Simple answer to stress related problems. Whenev...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
That is true. And I think for that reason it'd make sense t...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
I can't remember what I did in Leaf. Either I triggered a c...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
If...Else statements are flow though. I don't like using th...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
Yes, nesting of the second argument, the truth value, can b...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 7
I really dislike the inline if ... else forms that some lan...
re: We don't need a ternary operator Sep 6
I had an optional type, which is what these operations were...
re: How do you avoid feelings of entitlement? Sep 6
Sorry to hear you've had some bad luck in the job departmen...
re: Want to write defect-free software? Learn the Personal Software Process Sep 5
I cast doubt on anything that uses the spacious term "defec...
re: Should I learn Go? Sep 5
If you've not learned a system level language before, like ...
re: Remote Jobs: How-to, and the Downsides Sep 5
A lot of people are not able to work remotely. It's a diffe...
re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? Aug 31
It makes a difference though. A reverse proxy avoids one of...
re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? Aug 31
I feel my article about ads is relevant here. The primary u...
re: The Right Idea Becomes the Wrong Idea Over Time Aug 31
Depends on purpose. For web server APIs I'd use Python. For...
re: 02. Let me sleep on it. Aug 30
I might be the odd one out. My day certainly influences my ...
re: The Right Idea Becomes the Wrong Idea Over Time Aug 30
I'm still happy to hate JavaScript. Despite being everywher...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 27
There are many situations where I would, and have, consider...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 27
I should probably admit that I have in the recent years. It...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 27
What Frank said. :)
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
Important for career? I consider diversity to be extreme...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
How do I keep my skills up-to-date? I can't answer directly...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
Experience is valuable. Years worked is not. I spent most o...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
I've been working remotely for most of the past 10 years. B...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
I look up new technologies only really as I need them. When...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
Relaxation, and the various ways to achieve it, like mindfu...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 23
Windows was a lot more popular for development than it is n...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 22
Please don't remind me of products like FrontPage and Coldf...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 22
IDEs were quite common. I had to kind of rely on them for t...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 22
It's hard to isolate precisely 20 years ago, but I'll give ...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 22
I've used CodeMentor for specific things before, like debug...
re: I've been a programmer for over 20 years, watched the internet the grow up, ask Me Anything! Aug 22
I just got started again with the fiction. I have only a fe...
re: Using Python's Type Annotations Aug 19
Type annotations that have no compile-time or runtime effec...
re: Explaining CSS Blending by Example Aug 15
I mean both the hex notation and rgb(r,g,b) notation. The n...
re: What are common myths about software careers? Aug 15
Yeah, where does 2 come from. I average 2.5 years. :)
re: What are common myths about software careers? Aug 15
It's because they are. Lingering Spaces and the Problems o...
re: Documentation is imperative for Software Developers — Here is why. Aug 13
I must digress from this, and would be afraid to approach y...
re: What are your guiding principles in software development? Aug 12
Put the user first! Use-driven-development is my guiding pr...
re: Response to 25 Tips for New Developers Aug 11
Yes, indicating that code needs to communicate with people ...
re: 25 Tips for New Developers: Advice from a (Mostly) Self-Taught Software Engineer Aug 11
Nice article. I tried a video response to this
re: What Are Some Good Starting Points to Learn What I Need to Write My Own Toy Language? Aug 11
Maybe I should write up my experiences with various languag...
re: Sadly, I must say goodbye to Leaf (my programming language) Aug 11
I got into languages from many different approaches. Doing ...
re: Should tech companies use quotas to increase diversity? Aug 9
No.
re: Sadly, I must say goodbye to Leaf (my programming language) Aug 8
Thank you for the support. In the immediate future I think...
re: Sadly, I must say goodbye to Leaf (my programming language) Aug 7
Yes, the journey has been enjoyable and I learned many thin...
re: Why Tech Projects Fail: Management, Planning, Process Aug 7
I really think that programmer's abilities can be a reason ...
re: What has programming taught you that you keep-in-mind/use in your daily life? Jul 13
Continuous exposure to minor problems will eventually drive...
re: Strategies for Effective Programming Jul 9
Boilerplate is an indication of something missing from the ...
re: OAuth Tips for the Uninitiated Jul 9
Yes, the article is about social login. I have yet to see a...
re: OAuth Tips for the Uninitiated Jul 6
If you care about your users privacy and security you shoul...
re: 5 Reasons You Should Write That Blog Post Jun 20
A mass depression would overcome humanity. They'd be desper...
re: 5 Reasons You Should Write That Blog Post Jun 19
The Cat videos will still be there tomorrow
re: Project Euler #2 - Even Fibonacci numbers Jun 14
You're correct that addition is O(log N) for a number N, or...
re: Do you have any home automation projects in the works? Jun 9
I was hoping to get a general purpose home automation syste...
re: A coffee-break introduction to time complexity of algorithms Jun 7
I understand that the casual use in coding is is different ...
re: A coffee-break introduction to time complexity of algorithms Jun 7
Your article has a few common misunderstandings about what ...
re: Do you even recurse?... And if you do, do you do it safely? Jun 6
My concern is about the creation of the closure () => fa...
re: Do you even recurse?... And if you do, do you do it safely? Jun 5
This is definitely interesting, and cool, but I'm not sure ...
re: Do you even recurse?... And if you do, do you do it safely? Jun 5
I continue to use recursion where it's difficult to impleme...
re: Keeping tabs on shady internet authorities -- What is Certificate Transparency? Jun 4
This place appears to have a listing of known logging servi...
re: A simple tip for cleaner code Jun 3
What about: function foo($bar) { ...
re: How much code coverage is enough? May 27
Coverage is not a good metric if followed strictly. It igno...
re: What kind of breaks do you take throughout the work day? May 20
My primary break mechanism is run by a CD player. I've got ...
re: Why should we care about containers for development May 17
I think containers are great, but they have a particular pr...
re: What is and is not "artificial intelligence"? May 17
(Fixed first bit) I was unsure of the wording on the secon...
re: What is and is not "artificial intelligence"? May 14
I don't classify anything of what our computers do now as A...
re: Have stickers on your machine? Let's put it on DevLids.com May 13
Twitter: @edaqa Sorry, no dev.to sticker fit anymore. Th...
re: Improving communication - English pronunciation May 10
Nice article, I never knew non-english people thought this ...
re: Does your favourite programming language have a good community? May 10
Arrogance and elitism are the worst thing that can happen t...
re: Who'd be interested in a kind of open CS lecture stream, and what would you like to have covered? May 10
Excellent, a curriculum just waiting for me. :) Though, yo...
re: Who'd be interested in a kind of open CS lecture stream, and what would you like to have covered? May 8
I'm hoping to create a two-sided stream where people can as...
re: Who'd be interested in a kind of open CS lecture stream, and what would you like to have covered? May 8
I can do some low-level stuff at some point, but I think I'...
re: What are some fundamentals of security every developer should understand? May 7
I follow these two guys on Twitter: (@Scott_Helme)[twitter....
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) May 5
The biggest challenge is the build process. There are sever...
re: What kind of music do you listen to while working? May 3
Kataklysm, Valkenfyre, Bloodbath, Behemoth are part of my h...
re: Currying in Haskell (With Some JavaScript) May 2
Perhaps historically, when first introduced, currying added...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 30 edition) May 2
Other than the features on the site, with some examples, th...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 30 edition) May 2
Silly thing to forget: the project page is here
re: Are Technical Interviews a good measure of software engineering ability? May 2
When I do interviews I get the impression that we aren't lo...
re: How to Use Git Merge [the Correct Way] May 1
If you like keeping a cleaner history you can rebase the br...
re: Is it Ethical to Work on the Tesla Autopilot Software? May 1
There's a lot of nice information here about quality requir...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 30 edition) Apr 30
Want to work on a compiler? A new language? And have some f...
re: How To Work With Developers - A Guide for Non-Developers Apr 30
Though this article has a lot of useful information I can't...
re: What kind of music do you listen to while working? Apr 29
Generally death metal, doom death, dark ambient and anythin...
re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience? Apr 21
meetup.com -- bugs that seriously impact the ability to edi...
re: How do you avoid feelings of entitlement? Apr 20
I guess it depends on what you mean by entitlement. There's...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better Apr 20
The question is often whether the IDE can work for me with ...
re: Why I Deleted My IDE; and How It Changed My Life For the Better Apr 20
I find the tendency to stick with an IDE relates most to th...
re: Write a function that shows off something unique or interesting about the language you're using Apr 19
π and 1/2 were my two motivating reasons for making this fe...
re: Write a function that shows off something unique or interesting about the language you're using Apr 19
Leaf stores literals (constants) as rational numbers and is...
re: What's your job title and why is that your title? Apr 18
I'm a programmer, and I'm proud of that title. It bests des...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 16 edition) Apr 17
Leaf Wormies! Okay, I'm not really looking for help wit...
re: Are you a "fast learner"? Apr 13
Yes, I'd consider myself a fast learner. I quickly pick up ...
re: How do you approach working with juniors working their first professional programming job? Apr 12
Slowly, and visibly, as not to spook them. :) Be a good me...
re: I Have Beef With Accelerated Mobile Pages Apr 12
The history has it's own Wikipedia page
re: What to learn to become a front end developer? Apr 11
The first articles in my UI engine series cover a lot of in...
re: I Have Beef With Accelerated Mobile Pages Apr 11
There's no doubt that Google has done a lot of positive thi...
re: I Have Beef With Accelerated Mobile Pages Apr 11
I think I disagree about Google being a big proponent of th...
re: Privacy On The Net Apr 10
Keeping data secure isn't the main problem. There are numer...
re: Confidence level. Do you trust devs that extract duplicated code to funtions by hand instead of using IDE support? Apr 10
This idea that you'd trust an IDE over a person is complete...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 9 edition) Apr 9
Want a hard challenge with graphics and video games? Yup, ...
re: How can I improve this while loop code snippet? Apr 8
Use a find_first function, writing your own if it doesn't e...
re: How I write my blog Apr 8
The line wrapping depends on the code actually. If a projec...
re: How I write my blog Apr 8
Certainly Reddit can bring a lot of views. As can a post on...
re: What's the big deal with privacy? Apr 6
Referring to people as "the masses" hides a truth that we a...
re: What's the big deal with privacy? Apr 6
Your name, address, phone number, and a lot more personal i...
re: What's the big deal with privacy? Apr 6
Forfeiting privacy is the same as forfeiting control of you...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) Apr 3
Great! Look at my other comment, the first step is getting ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) Apr 2
Requirements are a Linux or OSX machine*. The first thing t...
re: Stop worrying about job titles Apr 2
🔪🍅🌿🌶️🧂 -- Edaqa Mortoray Senior Salsa Architect, 9 dan
re: Stop worrying about job titles Apr 2
Yes, job titles are meaningless. -- Edaqa Mortoray Senior ...
re: Is Touch-Typing an Important Skill for Software Developers? Apr 2
Yes. Refer to Programmers that can't type shall be shunned...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) Apr 2
Run out of challenges? Need a ridiculously ambitious goal...
re: Tech Screenings: Why The Interview Process Fails Candidates Apr 2
Discussions are insufficient to determine the level of abil...
re: What Problem Does the Rust Borrow Checker Solve? Mar 30
It's meant to solve a data safety issue that occurs when mu...
re: Changelog: Customized emails to catch folks up on posts they might not want to miss Mar 29
Hey @nestedsoftware , we need a description of "exponential...
re: Maximum line length in your code Mar 29
I stick to about 100 chars per line. If it looks like I hav...
re: Protect Yourself like the FBI — with Memos Mar 29
Can't info tracking systems, like issue systems, wikis with...
re: How would you define "decentralized"? Mar 29
That's a good question, and I don't have an example. Distri...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
I this case I don't need a formatter, since if the continua...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
I think the inline versus multiline choice depends on what ...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
The splitting across lines works with a common syntax style...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
That git requirement/problem is in my mind. I'd like to ens...
re: What makes you want to stick with a programming language? Mar 28
In the initial stages I rely on documentation and examples....
re: Future dev.to product concept: "Preview" button in index view Mar 28
Is the "description" field used, other than on Twitter post...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
I chose to limit line continuation to only paired syntax, (...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
That second one looks like a word splitting regex, or is it...
re: Future dev.to product concept: "Preview" button in index view Mar 28
I think this is a good idea. Would it reveal the first par...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
The commas would be optional on line end. All of the syntax...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
Definitely, a trailing comma is allowed. Probably the first...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
Expressions in Leaf don't extend beyond a line unless they ...
re: Help design a language: What about tuples without commas? Mar 28
There are value-lists and tuples, which are treated very si...
re: Do You Prefer Multiple Monitors or Just One? Why? Mar 27
Well, I have yet to figure out how to get that working, so ...
re: How would you define "decentralized"? Mar 27
Hubs are extremely convenient for business processes. They ...
re: Do You Prefer Multiple Monitors or Just One? Why? Mar 27
I've never been comfortable with a single keyboard/mouse co...
re: How would you define "decentralized"? Mar 27
Decentralized means a system can function without a designa...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons? Mar 27
Without the fear of JS wackiness, would you be comfortable ...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons? Mar 27
Significant whitespace (indentation defining blocks) can ca...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons? Mar 27
Genuinely curious, but why do you like semicolons? You seem...
re: How do you feel about braces and semicolons? Mar 27
In Leaf I went for braces without semicolons. I dislike gi...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 26
Yes, I already have a series of abi_ types, so abi_byte mak...
re: How does your web dev team decide on browser support? Mar 26
I think it's fair that unless you support >95% of the "w...
re: Is Ruby lang dying? Mar 25
Oddly, most of my exposure to Ruby was as a scripting langu...
re: Tabs vs. Spaces Mar 25
Lingering Spaces and the Problems of Overformatting
re: Is Ruby lang dying? Mar 25
I think Rails is still used, but I don't know of a lot of u...
re: You're Doing It All Wrong™ Mar 25
It's helpful to treat people's suggestions as requests for ...
re: What are some fundamentals of security every developer should understand? Mar 24
Security is hard. It's worthwhile to read about various at...
re: Has DEV.to started showing suggestions on who to follow during the signup process? Mar 23
I don't mind the flood of emails I've gotten today! :) Tha...
re: Beware of browser extensions that track you everywhere Mar 23
I wish the browsers had a warning/tracking service to indic...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
There are apparently some DSPs that don't use 8-bit byte si...
re: On Prioritizing Side Projects Mar 23
Pick the one that you find personally rewarding and recharg...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
byte is the term that means this in C/C++, and historically...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
A few notes, related to Leaf, for this discussion: I inte...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
The immediate case I'm trying to solve is a C-union used in...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
I do lean towards thinking byte == 8-bits is wrong. That la...
re: How do you back up your data? Mar 23
I use Dropbox as for storage and synchronization. I link u...
re: The Tribe effect in the tech industry Mar 23
I'd say dev.to is for developers: anybody involved in the d...
re: The Tribe effect in the tech industry Mar 23
The divisions that develop between teams hurts development ...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 23
No, a word typically refers to a natural integer or intstru...
re: Should a modern programming language assume a byte is 8-bits in size? Mar 22
Yes, for something like integer Leaf defines a default size...
re: Unit-testing: best practices Mar 22
If you're testing A you still limit your testing to A, on t...
re: Unit-testing: best practices Mar 22
I disagree with the need for mocking and I think people spe...
re: This is my dream language. Is it real? Mar 22
Your dream language has semi-colons!? :P The challenge of ...
re: Do you keep a journal? Mar 21
I suppose I could just write "Programming" beside each entr...
re: Lazy names are lazy Mar 20
I usually start with a name that I think captures what I'm ...
re: Do you keep a journal? Mar 20
I don't keep a journal nor have I thought to keep a journal...
re: Calculating a Moving Average on Streaming Data Mar 20
Yes, a windowed solution will work. It depends on the needs...
re: Calculating a Moving Average on Streaming Data Mar 20
I'm not sure if this corrects the floating point precision ...
re: Dissecting my Rusty Superhero Bots Mar 16
It was late in the contest when I started seeing the possib...
re: Discuss: Do we need the "Senior" Software Engineer title? Mar 16
re: Discuss: Do we need the "Senior" Software Engineer title? Mar 16
No. -- Edaqa Mortoray Advanced Incredibly Esteemed Renowne...
re: UI Layout: Natural versus dependent size Mar 16
Don't worry, I'll be talking lots about responsive layout.
re: UI Layout: Natural versus dependent size Mar 16
Yes, an engine needs to allow people to be creative and exp...
re: UI Layout: Natural versus dependent size Mar 15
Absolute sizes make sense for laying out things like icons,...
re: I am a mediocre developer Mar 14
These are habits of any successful developer. If a rockstar...
re: How do you handle days where you just aren't motivated? Mar 13
If I'm feeling completely demotivated to do something I usu...
re: Technical debt: we need better communication, not better metaphors Mar 12
I think there is a distinction between technical debt and c...
re: How important is math in computer programming? Mar 10
Do you disagree with my assessment of the breadth of the ma...
re: Why are you NOT worried about the robot apocalypse? Mar 10
Because I'm a robot.
re: Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax? Mar 7
True, but filled with little hidden gems, thus we continue ...
re: Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax? Mar 6
A C++ variadic template, with move operations, lambdas, and...
re: What things have you been made to feel guilty about in the course of your career? Mar 5
Hmm, part of that kind of sounds like my life... I think y...
re: What things have you been made to feel guilty about in the course of your career? Mar 5
re: What things have you been made to feel guilty about in the course of your career? Mar 5
Macros. I love them in C++, and even wrote stuff with M4 be...
re: How I finally understood what a class is Mar 5
The "prefix" variable pattern is one I mention often in the...
re: Should I learn Vim (or its keybindings)? Mar 4
I use vim for small things in the console, or when over a n...
re: Can I see your terminal? Feb 28
Konsole with several tabs. DejaVu Sans Mono font (since I'v...
re: Is being a master Android developer feasible today considering the availability of UI frameworks such as Flutter, React etc.? Feb 28
Developing UI requires understanding users, mobile phones, ...
re: "Learn at least one new language every year" is bad advice Feb 28
I do consider all of those languages. I've written a series...
re: "Learn at least one new language every year" is bad advice Feb 28
There are a variety of different ways to approach programmi...
re: Lazy Evaluation in JavaScript with Generators, Map, Filter, and Reduce Feb 27
Playing with infinite lists is fun! :)
re: "Learn at least one new language every year" is bad advice Feb 27
One a year is perhaps overkill, but the need to learn multi...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 22
You should ask that as a #discuss question.
re: 15 Random Pieces Of Wisdom About People Management Feb 22
I think these are great points. As an unfortunate addendum...
re: Have you been promoted out of programming? Feb 22
I think being promoted out of programming is often because ...
re: Describe the Best Interview You've Been In Feb 21
I like the ones that include airfare, a hotel, and cover ex...
re: Describe the Best Interview You've Been In Feb 21
I believe there are legal reasons why a lot of companies do...
re: Describe the Best Interview You've Been In Feb 21
I had an interview once, Google I think, where I was asked ...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 20
Yes, I guess there are certainly level of vagueness. When I...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 20
Sorry to hear that, my condolences. It's often outside st...
re: Why You Should Be Unit Testing Feb 20
Testing should not prevent anxiety, it should only lessen i...
re: Just learn a language. Popularity be darned. Feb 20
Check. Check. And Check. Oh wait, that's a list of stuff I...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 20
I believe the last three are common, though some consultant...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 20
Structural and company focus changes are likely the biggest...
re: It's perfectly fine to only code at work, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Feb 19
Considering that most dev work still isn't done in the open...
re: It's perfectly fine to only code at work, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Feb 19
I just meant to say there are positions where you'll end up...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 19
The internet disappearing at inopportune times can often da...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year? Feb 19
Yes, it's amazing how sneaky mountains can hide in code. :)...
re: Homographs, Attack! Feb 18
When punycode first came out Firefox would only display the...
re: Let's talk about remote work. Feb 18
I remote work almost exclusively at the moment. The company...
re: It's perfectly fine to only code at work, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Feb 18
Though I think this is true, there are ways to incorrectly ...
re: Frontend development becomes more difficult than backend development? Feb 15
Overall I'm going to say "no". There's no fundamental reaso...
re: The assembly line, code, and Big O. Feb 14
I think you may be confusing the issues of global state and...
re: The assembly line, code, and Big O. Feb 14
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