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re: The State of Developing on Windows 2019: Impressive! Mar 25
I've been using the Docker CLI through WSL for about a year...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Mar 24
I bet i3 (tiled window manager) would be amazing on your mo...
re: Vim Is Saving Me Hours of Work When Writing Books & Courses Mar 13
I script out everything word for word, and keep nothing mor...
re: Vim Is Saving Me Hours of Work When Writing Books & Courses Mar 12
No problem. Yeah Goyo is in my vimrc file. It's useful som...
re: Vim Is Saving Me Hours of Work When Writing Books & Courses Mar 12
Nope, I'm using Vim 8.1 (terminal version) but everything w...
re: 80 Characters per Line Is a Standard Worth Sticking to Even Today Feb 26
Haha exactly.
re: 80 Characters per Line Is a Standard Worth Sticking to Even Today Feb 25
I have 2 monitors, but I wouldn't open VSCode (or Sublime T...
re: 80 Characters per Line Is a Standard Worth Sticking to Even Today Feb 25
I do a lot of programming with Python and Bash which typica...
re: The history behind "grep"'s name Jan 8
If anyone wants to know more about this, there's a great vi...
re: FreeDNS: Subdomains for your side projects, demos, aliases... Jan 7
You can always use nip.io for this without having to sign u...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 4
For development I almost always volume mount .:/app which w...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 4
I've never done anything like that but in your symlinks you...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 4
Hi, I personally don't have Node installed on Windows, but...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 3
Maybe it was an older version of WSL that you were using. Y...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 3
You have a few choices with tooling support. For example I...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 3
Node is listed there as well as Webpack. I use Webpack in ...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 3
I suppose it depends on what you're working with. For me W...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 2
The theme colors are standard Windows 10 features. Right ...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 2
Yep. I didn't add anything special. I only added an alias ...
re: A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL, Docker, tmux and VSCode Jan 2
I use Camtasia for video recording and editing, or OBS for ...
re: My Favorite VSCode Extensions and Settings Dec 26 '18
No problem, thanks for reading.
re: Tell me a coding confession Dec 21 '18
A single 4,751 line PHP file with mixed PHP, MySQL, HTML, C...
re: Pro tips for Visual Studio Code to be productive in 2018 👨🏻‍💻 Dec 21 '18
You can take the multiple lines tip one step further and ju...
re: Please don't commit .env Dec 20 '18
I just mean putting it into your main .gitignore file is da...
re: Please don't commit .env Dec 20 '18
That's pretty dangerous advice because it depends on how yo...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5% Dec 11 '18
Thanks for the heads up on the quote. I guess someone shoul...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5% Dec 5 '18
Thanks for reading. Consequently I get overwhelmed and ra...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5% Dec 5 '18
Yeah, it's very non-intuitive too, because reusability, per...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5% Dec 5 '18
Thanks. Aliasing hadn't decayed my ability to think throu...
re: How to Transfer a Domain Name with Zero Downtime Nov 27 '18
Those are all worthy tests but they don't have anything to ...
re: How to Transfer a Domain Name with Zero Downtime Nov 27 '18
That's the whole point to locally test whether the website...
re: How to Transfer a Domain Name with Zero Downtime Nov 27 '18
I usually upon migrating do edit /etc/hosts (in Unix cases...
re: What Wait Why: Heroku Doesn’t Want You to be Naked Nov 20 '18
If you really want to have your mind blown, your domain nam...
re: Favourite albums to listen to while coding Nov 18 '18
I listen to a huge assortment of melodic death metal and de...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (October 29th edition) Oct 30 '18
Do you like Docker? Are you a web developer? I'd really l...
re: Say something nice about another DEV member Oct 30 '18
I should be thanking you for taking the time to read my art...
re: What are your best tips for working from home? Oct 30 '18
I've been a freelance developer for about 20 years and 99% ...
re: Here's Why You Should Quote Your Variables in Bash Oct 16 '18
Cool thanks. I actually didn't know about -u. What I typic...
re: Best Practices When It Comes to Writing Docker Related Files Oct 4 '18
I went with 8000 because 8000 has the least amount of zeros...
re: Best Practices When It Comes to Writing Docker Related Files Oct 4 '18
You could choose 8080 if you want. I tend to reserve 8080 i...
re: How do you organize source code on your computer? Sep 18 '18
The github/ folder is dedicated to open source projects, no...
re: Using Print Statements Are A Handy Way to Debug and Explore Code Sep 17 '18
Seeing this type of posts in 2018 is staggering, but hey, ...
re: My Podcast Episode Creation Process Sep 16 '18
You might want to look into using REAPER or another DAW for...
re: Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With Aug 30 '18
You can use a load balancer that supports sticky sessions, ...
re: Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With Aug 30 '18
A couple of ways. Vertically scale (add more computing po...
re: Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With Aug 29 '18
Thanks. dev.to is also a monolith too right? It seems to s...
re: Not sure what to build? Here's a desktop app idea that solves a real problem for people who create videos Jul 30 '18
Thanks. I updated the post.
re: How do you organize source code on your computer? Jul 10 '18
Keep in mind, I didn't start out like this. The legacy fol...
re: Using WSL and MobaXterm to Create a Linux Dev Environment on Windows Jun 22 '18
I ran that exact set up here using mobaxterm and it worked ...
re: Would Socrates Use Docker Today? Jun 21 '18
Thanks for reading. I apply this to a lot of things. It wo...
re: Using WSL and MobaXterm to Create a Linux Dev Environment on Windows Jun 14 '18
No problem. It's such a good feeling to finally be in a sp...
re: Using WSL and MobaXterm to Create a Linux Dev Environment on Windows Jun 13 '18
I've been running this set up for many months now and it's ...
re: Using WSL and MobaXterm to Create a Linux Dev Environment on Windows Jun 12 '18
Hmm. Running code . should work if you're using ConEmu. Wha...
re: Using WSL and MobaXterm to Create a Linux Dev Environment on Windows Jun 12 '18
Hey whatever works for you in the end.
re: What’s the best laptop for devs? Jun 12 '18
Depends on what you use it for. I modified a chromebook to...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 11 '18
Hey thanks for reading and enjoy the monitor!
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 7 '18
If 120 works for you, go for it. Most of the code I write ...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 7 '18
Thanks for reading. My thought process on why 80 character...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 6 '18
No problem, thanks for reading. You know, I did end up goi...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 6 '18
Used what, a curved monitor? Yep. I found the experience t...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 6 '18
The panels aren't dated. IPS panels are still considered on...
re: How to Start and Finish Any Web App Project Jun 6 '18
Thanks. Sure that would be much appreciated, but please se...
re: How to Pick a Good Monitor for Software Development Jun 6 '18
Thanks. I'm not a fan of either. For curved monitors to g...
re: How to Start and Finish Any Web App Project Jun 3 '18
Thanks for reading.
re: How to Start and Finish Any Web App Project May 21 '18
No problem. Everything I write about is from prior experien...
re: How to Start and Finish Any Web App Project May 20 '18
That's a good start. Have you thought about how to break do...
re: How to Start and Finish Any Web App Project May 19 '18
Hey, thanks a lot for reading. Reply back here with your fe...
re: Dockerize a Rails 5, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq and Action Cable Application with Docker Compose Apr 24 '18
Then make them experienced. :D
re: Dockerize a Rails 5, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq and Action Cable Application with Docker Compose Apr 19 '18
Thanks. I meant to change that so long ago (removing mkdir)...
re: Dockerize a Rails 5, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq and Action Cable Application with Docker Compose Apr 19 '18
Hi, In that case I would ditch the scripts and just set up...
re: Dockerize a Rails 5, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq and Action Cable Application with Docker Compose Apr 19 '18
Hi. What OS / version are you using and how exactly did you...
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