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re: I'm still using Firefox
One of my favorite features!
re: I'm still using Firefox
I think this is an issue you'll have switching from any produ...
re: I'm still using Firefox
Give Firefox for Android a try! It's nice as well! I used it ...
re: I'm still using Firefox
It's entirely possible as I'm quite sure Google products are ...
re: I'm still using Firefox
Using Firefox is just not a technical or UX decision anymore,...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
Rust, WebAssembly and Crystal here
re: Announcing: The Grant For The Web x DEV Hackathon Winners!
Congratulations!!
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
Yeah, PostgreSQL almost got it, except JSON in Postgres are ...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
This is a single query merging multiple records from differe...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
I have one wish though: Being able to fetch the main records...
re: What's the best way to render specific items from a Rails collection?
Yep! You can also just have a category field for them if cate...
re: What's the best way to render specific items from a Rails collection?
How does one cocktail belong to a group or another? Rails ha...
re: What's the best way to render specific items from a Rails collection?
Do you mean something like this? <%= render partial: "co...
re: New GitHub UI ✨
It's going to take a little bit getting used to it but I like...
re: Share some frontend resources!
This site contains 700+ customizable CSS, SVG, and Figma UI i...
re: How to Build a Twitch Clone Game Live Streaming App for iOS
looks like the fix for the gists is working :D
re: How we decreased our memory usage with jemalloc
Thanks a lot for the suggestions! The gem derailed_benchmar...
re: How we decreased our memory usage with jemalloc
I'm not 100% sure about it, as I'm unfamiliar with PHP. I wen...
re: Ruby vs Elixir
I am a fan of Elixir even though I wrote zero lines of it bey...
re: Python vs Java
Additional info: there's a version of Python (stuck at Python...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
And now you can also have indexes on JSONB expressions 🔥
re: What is the color of a blank page?
Netscape definitely had a grey "blank page":
re: What is the color of a blank page?
This post is AMAZING! Thanks Bastien, I learned so much :-D ...
re: How can I learn to like Golang? (and use it a lot)
There is still an issue with GoDoc, as I mentioned above. An...
re: What does web development look like in 2030?
I don't even remember what was web development 10 years ago :...
re: How can I learn to like Golang? (and use it a lot)
Hi Pacharapol! I cannot set nil a variable (unless it is a ...
re: OOP vs Functional Programming
Both. Though the more time I spend programming, the more I p...
re: OOP vs Functional Programming
Static plain FP - almost feels dynamic with type inference. ...
re: OS / How I made my first PR to DEV as a code newbie
That's definitely one of the goals! Looking forward to the ...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
Heroku PostgreSQL addon Digital Ocean managed databases
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
Great! Isolated small services where your data layer is media...
re: For Empowering Community
You better believe it's true :-D
re: For Empowering Community
I still think you've been a DEV team member since forever :D
re: For Empowering Community
hahaha awesome comment :D
re: For Empowering Community
I wish we had Forems (and DEV) when I was learning to program...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
Sorry, it definitely wasn't my intention to attribute you wor...
re: Is programming an art?
The first definition defines programming, itself -- the effe...
re: 10 Ways to Improve Page Speed
Fixed it, thank you!
re: OS / How I made my first PR to DEV as a code newbie
So awesome! Thanks for the love and for the contribution. Loo...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
From what I have seen, PostGRES has different JSON querying ...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
I switched to Mongo because I felt like the data requirement...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
Hi Adam! that's an understandable approach. The only fallacy ...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
I would argue that a time series DB like InfluxDB is a better...
re: PostgreSQL vs MongoDB
I think post the addition of JSONB to PostgreSQL (and the eve...
re: In Your Opinion, What Makes Code Pythonic?
Actually, if we want to be super strict, filter, map and lamb...
re: In Your Opinion, What Makes Code Pythonic?
because they are pythonic :D ?
re: Looking for C# Open Source Projects for a 1st Time Contributor
Going to tag @turnerj and @integerman as we don't have noti...
re: 10 Ways to Improve Page Speed
Nice list :-) Checkout Brotli for compression. ImageOptim i...
re: How to build unique indexes in PostgreSQL on large text
Yes, i understand, my idea here is give some thoughts about ...
re: How to build unique indexes in PostgreSQL on large text
Hi kip, you're right, MD5 tends to be faster than SHA2, but a...
re: How to build unique indexes in PostgreSQL on large text
Hi Raunak! No, it's just used to avoid accidental double po...
re: When starting a new project, when wouldn't you want to build in a cloud?
Cloud is a bit of a PITA for testing (though Google App Engin...
re: Explain RabbitMQ Like I'm Five
RabbitMQ is similar to a piece of the infrastructure of the p...
re: What task/micro-app would you recommend to learn Sidekiq/Redis/Mongo/etc in action (learn by doing)?
An image directory? The user uploads the an image with a titl...
re: Bilingual Devs What Language Are You Thinking in?
I think in English, sometimes in Python
re: New MacBook Pro Dev Setup
I recently restored from a Mojave time machine backup to Cata...
re: How do you approach your DEV "Reading List"?
don't be, any strategy is fine :-)
re: How do you approach your DEV "Reading List"?
I used to be a "reading list inbox zero" person, the lockdown...
re: Is programming an art?
Great question Néstor! TLDR; Sometimes? Probably not most of...
re: Facebook and more big tech companies are going to lean into distributed work. What is going to suck about this?
People copying Facebook directions like a blueprint without t...
re: Facebook and more big tech companies are going to lean into distributed work. What is going to suck about this?
Ahah you said it all.
re: A couple of thoughts from the Python survey results - 2019
Ah ah David, I had the feeling you would notice that if you h...
re: I Just Joined the DEV Team!
Welcome to the team Gracie! Devs shows is pretty popular at ...
re: In defense of the modern web
It strikes me that the web never was and never will be anyth...
re: Will Deno replace Node js ?
Who knows :D You can read a few opinions about it: ...
re: What does the icon 🦄 stand for on dev.to?
Everyone kinda has a different take on that :D I like this ...
re: Rack Middleware for the Web Monetization API
Wow, great idea Ben!
re: What is your pettiest programming-related opinion?
I agree there's value in having so much R&D going on from...
re: The Modern Way To Call APIs In Python
Love httpx as well!
re: What is your pettiest programming-related opinion?
We do not need so many programming languages. We do not need ...
re: Suggest good resources to learn more about rendering engines (browsers)
These articles by Lin Clark from Mozilla Hacks on Firefox are...
re: the #1 Ruby benchmarking tool you didn't know you need
I went and recorded how long it took before the page timed o...
re: A good reason not to use OAuth only accounts in your apps
The OpenConnect part of distributed identity was kinda "lost ...
re: Zoom has acquired Keybase
According to former Facebook's CSO Alex Stamos (who's now con...
re: What do you dislike about your favorite language?
Yeah, that's not great. I often use dicts for dispatching, i...
re: What do you dislike about your favorite language?
Go gobyexample.com/errors
re: Python's Sum or NumPy's np.sum() ???I found a big difference in time!!
Python lists are written in C as well: github.com/python/cpyt...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ah living the 2012 life I see :-)
re: Python's Sum or NumPy's np.sum() ???I found a big difference in time!!
It is to be expected that there's a difference: Python list...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ahah amazing! :-)
re: CVE-2020-10187
Thank you very much Stefan! Your CVE is deeply appreciated :-)
re: Which is more memory efficient in JavaScript: big arrays, or big strings with a comma separator?
Also Google and Mozilla spent millions of dollars optimizing ...
re: Which is more memory efficient in JavaScript: big arrays, or big strings with a comma separator?
Hi @calin92540842 , I think the two statements are the same t...
re: A cleaner Github workflow: one commit per Pull Pequest
Yeah that's it. We only rebase if we need to bring in changes...
re: A cleaner Github workflow: one commit per Pull Pequest
At DEV we use "squash and merge". People write their commits ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ah a generic one? I do use Photoshop but I don't do 3D stu...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Yeah, one Thunderbolt port up to 10 Gbps (at least according ...
re: What is your top tool that most devs would be surprised you use regularly?
Its search and replace is quite a bit slow compared to VSCode...
re: What is your top tool that most devs would be surprised you use regularly?
switch to ripgrep, come to the dark side :D
re: What is your top tool that most devs would be surprised you use regularly?
I use ST3 too, I have very few plugins and no autocompletion ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
I'm not a gamer at all so take everything I'm going to say wi...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ahah let's cross fingers then!
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah, the keyboards :D Fortunately they fixed that!
re: My laptop is 8 years old
I feel you, that's really hard to deal with, with the softwar...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
OMG :( What did you replace it with?
re: My laptop is 8 years old
I don't remember exactly how much I paid for this but I think...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ah same here. First thing I did was to change the keyboard...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Nice, well done! :D I think that if we I were a regular "sur...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Seems like a solid computer you have! The good thing about ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
I don't think you can expect that much from the next laptop ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
It looks like the MBP 2015 once was the "best laptop ever mad...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Nice! :-) 2 years in 2 years :D This one is refurbished (fo...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Yeah, also shipping times have been delayed quite considerabl...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
9 years!! That's one more. Who knows, maybe in a year's time ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ah don't drop it too much. Glad it's still going! Apple r...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Yeah, I still think to this day that the touchbar is useless ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
"Fun story": I bought my first Macbook (non Pro at the time) ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
5 years is a lot for a MB Air! They are less powerful usually...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
9 years! Amazing! Old PCs and compiled languages are a good...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Some people say the 2015 MBP is the best laptop ever, maybe y...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
I also held on for so long because Macbooks after 2015 until ...
re: My laptop is 8 years old
Ah ah nice that it stayed with you all of these years! I'm bu...
re: What languages, frameworks, and libraries would you put on a front-end developer's 2020 "must learn" list?
HTML and DOM APIs, the latest versions CSS, the latest versi...
re: Which backend programming language should I choose?
Thanks Kevin! The language I would like to learn should mos...
re: Which backend programming language should I choose?
Which one should one pick if starting fresh into the web pro...
re: StackOverflow isn't as useful anymore? I use GitHub more often.
This is my flow a few times a week: type "how do that thing?"...
re: I Built an App to Accompany Questlove’s DJ Set in 20 Minutes
An amazing story! Great work Anil, and thanks for the walkt...
re: MERN, MEAN OR FERN stack?
I had to search what "FERN" is so it might not be taking over...
re: What’s your opinion on the Ruby programming language?
My point wasn't a comparison though, I was just highlightin...
re: What’s your opinion on the Ruby programming language?
To be fair, Erlang has been running global telecommunicatio...
re: A serverless app that texts me positive COVID-19 news
Great idea! :D
re: Is a Redis ORM a Horrible Idea?
That's also a good option. If the primary DB is frozen in t...
re: Is a Redis ORM a Horrible Idea?
Oooh now I understand. Writes on normalized tables (with in...
re: Is a Redis ORM a Horrible Idea?
It seems like you're in need of a document database. Have y...
re: What’s your opinion on the Ruby programming language?
Didn't know about chruby! Going to check it out :) Thanks!
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
Data mapper for the win 🔥
re: What’s your opinion on the Ruby programming language?
I suggest using rvm not to depend on the operating system's...
re: Hi, I'm rhymes
test another comment
re: Learn a New Language: Ruby or Go?
Just don't build a web framework :P
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
Funny coincidence: yesterday I read a super long article ab...
re: urllib3 in 2020
Didn't know about aioquic, definitely interesting. Thanks...
re: Why Redis is Single-Threaded
Hi Nick! Nice intro. Redis 6 is going to add optional mult...
re: Learn a New Language: Ruby or Go?
Try each for a week and then decide
re: Hit me with a good rant
😭😭
re: Hit me with a good rant
Are you saying Karabiner doesn't work with macOS Catalina? ...
re: Hit me with a good rant
this!
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
Doing a step back for a moment: there is an inherent problem ...
re: Hit me with a good rant
Ahah before DEV I had zero publicly available code to show ...
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
The main thing I'm missing in Firefox Dev Tools is service ...
re: Longitude latitude generator
Google Maps API doesn't have a batch mode, you can probably...
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
Functional programming is the best paradigm
re: Tell us what your top unpopular tech opinion is 😈
venv is weird haha, check out Poetry for dependency managem...
re: What library/language/tool wowed you with its developer experience?
Ahaha a
re: What library/language/tool wowed you with its developer experience?
Delphi/Object Pascal: first OO language I had learned. It s...
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
Yes, recording meetings is definitely useful, especially in...
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
I was surprised to find Zoom growing its user base due to th...
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
I was also surprised by all this sudden Zoom adoption. I mea...
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
Zoom has gotten what must be a few million dollars in free p...
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
Thanks Nick!
re: A semi technical explainer of all known Zoom issues
Thanks Andrew, I appreciate it. It took a while to write 😅
re: When's the Best Time to Post on Dev.to?
This is absolutely fantastic, thanks for doing this analysi...
re: Being a Junior Dev in the Time of COVID
Thank you a lot for sharing Caitlyn! I'm from Milan, Ital...
re: Updated #news Tag Guidelines
Great work Robin, and thank you!
re: Is just me or Gatsby is slow?
Just found out there are 460 static site generators so it's...
re: Is just me or Gatsby is slow?
@patarapolw theoretically if the API supports proper HTTP ca...
re: How do YOU manage python environments
Poetry
re: Local Storage (and JWT)! Browser Storage Part 3
Beware that JWT in local storage is accessible to all websi...
re: Somebody pinch me - I'm joining DEV! 🎉
😂😂😂😂
re: This week in Rails
Great points! I'm always conflicted about the last one, ev...
re: Programming Resources for Kids
I recently saw this on Mozilla's blog: Learn web technology...
re: Why a distributed system (highly concurrent) is mostly asynchronous?
I think you mean "distributed" instead of "highly concurren...
re: Using Serializers With a Ruby on Rails API
I'm glad both Blueprinter and fast_jsonapi can use Oj, best...
re: Using Serializers With a Ruby on Rails API
Didn't know about it! We use both Jbuilder and fast_jsonap...
re: How profiling my slow Ruby code led me to publish my first gem!
Very interesting André, thanks for the walkthrough! So coo...
re: Call me maybe - an explanations of Python callables
Hi Alexandre, nice intro to callable. Python definitely le...
re: Aborting a signal: How to cancel an asynchronous task in JavaScript
You actually answered to my question, thanks!
re: At what age and in what language did you write your first line of code?
Omg PyGame. I worked once at an early stage startup that wa...
re: Aborting a signal: How to cancel an asynchronous task in JavaScript
This is super interesting, thanks @comandeer ! Reminds me ...
re: Changelog: DEV upgraded to Webpacker 4/Babel 7
Hi @theincorrigible1 , it depends on which lens you look at...
re: Sort Order of Posts in a Series?
I'm a bit surprised about the (in a timeline) 2nd post Blo...
re: Settings · Integrations: Add ‘fork’ filter
Hi Jürgen, I think there Github repo list al ready shows if...
re: Add level setting to dashboard
Hi Jürgen, thanks for making us aware of this. Maybe a firs...
re: Farewell, Netlify
Great post and good luck for the next chapter!
re: Keep method class exclusive in python
What is a class exclusive method? I'm not sure I understand...
re: Making Ruby Gem with Rust
Very straightforward, thanks!
re: An ode to Cross-origin image downloads
Thank you! Very informative. I didn't know about the downlo...
re: Joining the Frictionless Data Team
Congratulations!!
re: I'm Vivek Saraswat, investor in Dev Tools + Infra startups @ Mayfield and former product leader @ Docker/VMware/AWS. AMA!
Thank you for the thorough answer. I'll definitely take a l...
re: Mutable Default Arguments in Python
Python doesn't have constants
re: I'm Vivek Saraswat, investor in Dev Tools + Infra startups @ Mayfield and former product leader @ Docker/VMware/AWS. AMA!
Hi Vivek, thanks for doing this! The first time I heard ab...
re: Mutable Default Arguments in Python
Honestly? I don't think so. It might be better to use a fu...
re: Mutable Default Arguments in Python
Citing Guido Van Rossum in the response about the freeze pr...
re: How Do I Split Up a Large query In Sidekiq and Rails?
Just found this Sidekiq wiki page called Really Complex Wor...
re: How Do I Split Up a Large query In Sidekiq and Rails?
Hi Ian, interesting conundrum. The query plan is much more ...
re: Mutable Default Arguments in Python
Great question! I had to refresh my knowledge a bit about t...
re: What's the oldest code you have?
That I can easily find I think some C# code from 2004 but I...
re: urllib3 in 2020
Hi Seth, thanks a lot for the updates! urllib3 is an amaz...
re: Impressive Updates in Chrome 81 !
Thanks for the update! I haven't been keeping much up to da...
re: Early Impressions of Go from a Rust Programmer
Hi Nick! Thanks for this post and welcome to DEV ;) I pick...
re: Notes on auth token persistence
Great article Diane, you reminded me of two of these two a...
re: GitHub has acquired npm
They already did but it wasn't successful, WinJS
re: GitHub has acquired npm
Funding? Running Github is an expensive endeavor.
re: Bug in article conversion from RSS feeds
Hi Jürgen, would it be possible to have the link of the RSS...
re: flask_wtf not getting imported.
Hi Rahul, can you disclose a bit more information? Judging...
re: Developer blog with dev.to as your backend/CMS
Nice work Gaute! Love all the approaches of taking advantag...
re: Improve Video Accessibility with Captions
Thanks for inspiring me to write this feature request: ...
re: Improve Video Accessibility with Captions
Love the idea of generating and embedding transcriptions, t...
re: designing database
I still think you should think ahead here and have a role e...
re: is chrome a must-use for developers
I fear it will in the coming years but now Firefox is perfe...
re: what are some great resources to learn advanced SQL?
I think you're going to like this ...
re: designing database
Hi Anshul! I think role should be a separate entity. A use...
re: A stable alternative to SQLite for offline desktop app?
It feels like they were trying to replace PostgreSQL which ...
re: A stable alternative to SQLite for offline desktop app?
Yeah I think SQLite is what you are looking for. Why do you...
re: What weekend coding are you doing these days?
Trying to sort out tests bugs when the implicit ordering is...
re: A stable alternative to SQLite for offline desktop app?
Hi Pacharapol! What issues are you encountering with SQLite...
re: Track Down Pesky Bugs with `git bisect`
Love this article Tyler, thanks! You gave me an idea about ...
re: 🆘Please help me fix this bug. Thanks!🆘
Hi Razvan, unfortunately I'm not familiar with the technolo...
re: One fun trick to observe elements in realtime without MutationObserver
Neat trick! :)
re: Lapin, a terminal game in Rust
Love the idea, well done Denys!
re: Track Down Pesky Bugs with `git bisect`
Ooh didn't know about git bisect run. Wouldn't that be too...
re: Track Down Pesky Bugs with `git bisect`
Great explanation Tyler!
re: What can a backend dev do to improve Accessibility?
Woah I knew nothing about this, I'm going to do some resear...
re: How do you organise code in a monolith?
Shopif has a great article named Deconstructing the Monolit...
re: What can a backend dev do to improve Accessibility?
I can think of a few things: learn the basics, you still ...
re: Open source load testing tool review 2020
wow, so much detail! Thank you! LOLed at this: Drill is ...
re: Releasing package/library into production?
It's hard to know what they meant if they didn't give you f...
re: Releasing package/library into production?
If it's an app also you could do think about having automat...
re: I think Dev.to should allow users to share their reading list
Hi Toan, nice idea! I found an open issue with a similar g...
re: Releasing package/library into production?
Hi Ahmad! What do you mean? What to do in the time between...
re: Django Sessions not working as expected when using cors
I'm not familiar with these tools but I noticed this on the...
re: Confession: I'm a Vim user
I don't know it much. I spent years programming with Emacs...
re: Firefox's New Multi-Line Console Editor is Awesome
It really helps that it's not tied to any of the giants of...
re: Firefox lost the browser war and what we can do?
I love Firefox as a browser but we should be realistic abou...
re: Firefox's New Multi-Line Console Editor is Awesome
The new console is nice indeed! My favorite features I use...
re: Really easy way to use HTTPS on localhost
I'm not familiar with Next.js but it's language agnostic. A...
re: Ruby devs, how do you work?
Whenever I collaborate and write Ruby code, I feel a littl...
re: Deno has got a date to be released: May 13, 2020
Hi Victor, thanks for the update. Deno seems to be interest...
re: I have a infinite loading Dev.To index on my Android app.. why?
Hi @dcruz1990 , thanks a lot for raising the issue, sorry y...
re: What is your email platform ?
I'm waiting for Basecamp/37signals to release their product...
re: How to copy a list in Python
I agree, my fault :) I was enumerating the various options ...
re: Unpopular opinions
JavaScript tooling is too complicated but I'm not even sure...
re: Unpopular opinions
Keep in mind that Python hails from 1991 (actually 1989 but...
re: How to copy a list in Python
Hi @cuongld2 ! Another way is to use the unpacking operato...
re: Unpopular opinions
It's also a much harder language to learn though. This matt...
re: I'm frank martinez, and I support women devs.
Hi frank, thanks for taking part in this initiative and bei...
re: I'm moniquejank, and I support women devs.
Hi moniquejank, thanks for taking part in this initiative a...
re: Nevertheless, ShaAliLiton Coded
Hi ShaAliLiton, thanks for taking part in this initiative a...
re: Nevertheless, ringaile Coded
Hi ringaile, thanks for taking part in this initiative and ...
re: Nevertheless, Mahsa Bayat Coded
Hi Mahsa, thanks for taking part in this initiative and bei...
re: Nevertheless, Cheryl Brown Coded
Hi Cheryl, thanks for taking part in this initiative and be...
re: Getting Cozy with Ruby
This is increasingly true for a lot of languages, even Swi...
re: Which Operating System Are You Using?
macOS. I only have one computer :D
re: Fellow Developers, What Should Our Last Name Be?
+1 for Feldroy. Feels like the name of a hypothetical prota...
re: Getting Started with Elasticsearch and Ruby
Interesting! A FTS engine in Rust! Starred :)
re: Why do I see 404 Bio not found on dev profiles?
Hi! It's the default for users that haven't filled in thei...
re: SQLite in production with WAL 🔥
Wow, didn't know SQLite can have a WAL file. Thanks for the...
re: How is JavaScript class / prototype different from Python / Java?
Not sure I can touch on all the topics, going to ignore Typ...
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