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re: Java is too old, What should you learn in 2018?
this article is such a fanboi teenage view on languages, an...
re: Building a Graph in SQL Land
I would rephrase it a bit: Do I even need INSERT SHINY THIN...
re: The Problem With High Test Coverage
not like I have seen 100% coverage, but if your testing sui...
re: What's the difference between a library and a framework?
Typically - yes, however, strictly speaking - no. Check ide...
re: Python: Still in favor?
insights.stackoverflow.com/trends?... Python is widely use...
re: Engineering whiteboard interviews: yay or nay?
«if you know your language you should be able to code on to...
re: Go sql.DB Periodic Error: invalid connection
What I meant is that in the age of cloud and SaaS you can h...
re: Go sql.DB Periodic Error: invalid connection
thumbs up for writing a post, even though its short and sim...
re: The Benefits You Need to Know about Infrastructure as Code
one thing to keep in mind, that terraform, comparing to ans...
re: Why I believe most people should stop complaining about Google storing their information
Google does a LOT of things for free they dont do sh*t for...
re: What is the simplest code to explain a loop?
what I ment is that you should outline that even with simpl...
re: What is the simplest code to explain a loop?
as many other things in CS loops for processing lists are i...
re: What is the simplest code to explain a loop?
If I would a teacher, I would forbid mentioning “for” and “...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
well it doesnt have to be sudden death. but when golang and...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
its a pity that first two lines draw you away from a darn g...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
how comes you say its a fallacy and then immediately admit ...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
I guess what people do mean, when they arge about the langu...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
check out this - eev.ee/blog/2012/04/09/php-a-fract... som...
re: What I have learned from eight years of being a remote developer
“They need to learn, as well as you do. You need to have a ...
re: Combining Character Caveats
good luck with learning Russian, I hope it unlocks some new...
re: what is the best music genre to program with?
but when I am writing code, for some weird reason I can con...
re: My Favorite Go 2 Proposals
can you elaborate on how it is more explicit? it is really ...
re: My Favorite Go 2 Proposals
Then, each time we assign to _!, it assigns that value to e...
re: The (Im)Practical Continuous Delivery
« Despite aggressive rebasing, I still end up with bloody m...
re: My preferred merge strategy for Pull Requests
I’m not sure if you will like this answer =) IMO if tests c...
re: My preferred merge strategy for Pull Requests
your PR is too big its not really checkable nor approvable ...
re: What do you do on a daily basis for your job?
Its interesting actually how most answers are about domains...
re: What do you do on a daily basis for your job?
Martin Fowler’s blog has a good take on this pne, I guess i...
re: Moore's Law and Programming languages
I think routines in BG will be optimized (like java streams...
re: How dev.to could topple Facebook
do you think openspurcing facebook codebase would make it c...
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
you are not facebook when opted for php and finding yoursel...
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
I havent laughed so hard for a long time try launching web...
re: What Is Business Logic?
All code that says something about your business - is your ...
re: Programmers who only code at work
its mixed one might compare programmers to other profession...
re: Code style rules that are actually useful
80 (120) chars are not only for screen width IMO you can ha...
re: Developer Interview Bloopers
I hated quizes when I was in applicants’ chair and I loved ...
re: 8 Ultimate Full Stack Interview Questions and Answers
“You have inverted control by handing the responsibility of...
re: Understanding concurrency in Elixir
Doing this means you can crash the current process, i.e. a ...
re: 10 golden rules for becoming a better programmer
Give your methods a clear name for what they are going to d...
re: Demystifying Laravel Queues
would be nice to know, how it works under the hood? does t...
re: Critique My Code: Sudoku Solver in Go
I really wanted to do a proper code review with comments or...
re: This is the feeling of working with legacy code.
I once wrote an application like this. I guess we all have ...
re: Lay Out Your Code Like You'd Lay Out Your House
prefer composition over inheritance - extracting non-legit ...
re: Lay Out Your Code Like You'd Lay Out Your House
8thlight.com/blog/uncle-bob/2011/0...
re: Common Myths and Misconceptions of Test Driven Development
Yas as someone pointed out I drifted away with my thoughts ...
re: Common Myths and Misconceptions of Test Driven Development
«Like most aspects of programming, testing requires thought...
re: Introduction to Go for PHP Developers
4 steps to love it: 1 try to implement clean project struct...
re: Do you use syntax checking tools?
yes, we’ve used php-cs-fixer when I was working with php an...
re: The New Golden Rule of Programmers
I second this. Headphones on? Write me on slack, I will rea...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
for them 10(20,30?) bucks of delayed payment is less than n...
re: Three qualities of failed microservices
martinfowler.com/bliki/MonolithFir...
re: Getting Started with AWS: Up and Running with Elastic Beanstalk in Minutes
Did you considered infrastructure provisioning tool for thi...
re: Hating on languages you don't use
Definitely there's a number of companies running php and ar...
re: Is This Snowflake Code?
I’ve seen these attempts to make yourself comfortable in dy...
re: Hating on languages you don't use
“being productive in php” is a good joke
re: Hating on languages you don't use
Every language is good at something ... except php oh God ...
re: So You Learned React, and Now You Work with jQuery...
reformatting the whole codebase is definitely not something...
re: So You Learned React, and Now You Work with jQuery...
I have a different POV, refactoring on its own is pointless...
re: So You Learned React, and Now You Work with jQuery...
I think everyone sincerely does. Its just that many juniors...
re: I’m Ben and I am a Rails developer
tl;dr: watch clean architecture talk by Rob Martin long ve...
re: Do you have nice examples of refactoring code?
is it about safe refactoring (with ide) or refactoring to d...
re: Automating your infrastructure deployments
We had “review apps” in one of the teams I was working in, ...
re: The four types of remote work
I remote. Do you remote? No. Individual can never be as ef...
re: NodeJS Frustration
nodejs killer feature is an event loop,non-blocking IO, asy...
re: What I'd like to hear from an experienced developer when I was a beginner
what caught my eye was the pitch about languages. so I paid...
re: What I'd like to hear from an experienced developer when I was a beginner
Do languages matter? Short answer: No. didn’t read furthe...
re: Evergreen skills to use throughout your career?
clean code and clean architecture
re: How do I get experience when I have no experience?
contribute to open source of your choice )
re: What Should be in a Coder's Toolbox?
I would add containerization/replicatable env tools - virtu...
re: Imposter Syndrome: PHP Edition
I like it how people say that php evolved and look at symfo...
re: Do we care more about what we've done or how we did it?
I think its both, its hard to argue that modern tools are, ...
re: How would you define a Full Stack Developer and what role do they play in the company?
full stack, as it reads, is a dev who can make an educated ...
re: Why some people hate PHP?
ehm, ruby?)
re: Why some people hate PHP?
I second that, php community is immature, there’s still a t...
re: What are some project ideas that beginners can work on to show in their portfolio?
I wanted to pitch “implement stl” of a language of your cho...
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