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re: Replacing master in git
Because you asked what was wrong with a 7-step init process, ...
re: Is using Linux really productive?
The most productive OS is the one that you are most productiv...
re: Replacing master in git
No it isn't. It assume you want to release from the default ...
re: Replacing master in git
So go to a different platform if it bothers you so much.
re: Replacing master in git
It's not an either-or thing. People can "take actions to hel...
re: Replacing master in git
but in American English "master" has been far more commonly ...
re: Replacing master in git
Please tell me you're being facetious...
re: Replacing master in git
What if it's not code that I'm keeping in my repo? While "...
re: Replacing master in git
Let's say a person is new to open source, he/she searches go...
re: Replacing master in git
As others pointed out "master" is not always "production" or...
re: 8 Reasons you won’t use Python
Uh...it is strongly typed. What it's isn't is statically type...
re: Can you be overqualified as a software developer? How would that look like and what would you do against it?
I think "under qualified" falls into the same traps you menti...
re: Can you be overqualified as a software developer? How would that look like and what would you do against it?
To be "a software developer," generally speaking? No, I don't...
re: Replacing master with main in Github
In my opinion, naming the default branch "prod" (or some vari...
re: Replacing master with main in Github
No one's policing you. If you don't want to change it, then d...
re: Replacing master with main in Github
Our jobs very often literally revolve around problem-solving ...
re: Replacing master with main in Github
Do the Moriori still suffer systemic oppression (up to and in...
re: Is programming an art?
I don't think any of what you've put here is at odds with the...
re: Should you write code all the time, even in your free time?
I love this analogy! It's simple, but I think it's spot-on, ...
re: Should you write code all the time, even in your free time?
Then there's the question of are people actually looking down...
re: Should you write code all the time, even in your free time?
I think this whole "fool around or be a better X" is a false ...
re: Should you write code all the time, even in your free time?
I think the biggest misconception behind the idea of "you sho...
re: Freelancers: are you using liability insurance? Which one?
Yep. I originally got it because a client required it, but I'...
re: So... Linux?
I can't speak to League of Legends, because I don't play it...
re: So... Linux?
Which games have you been unable to play, specifically?
re: What are the hardest parts about working from home?
This! A lot of people are equating this to remote work under...
re: Windows vs linux?
Huh? If you're replying to me, the non-issue I was referri...
re: 😷🦠 COVID-19, Self-Isolation, Work From Home and Developers 👩🏻‍💻👩🏽‍⚕️
It is, but it's also one of the misalignments between Autis...
re: Windows vs linux?
probably related to gaming Even that's a non-issue for t...
re: Windows vs linux?
GREP or GRUB or whatever it is Um...both of those are tw...
re: Windows vs linux?
Some of the things I've run into: Shoddy support for typical...
re: Nevertheless, Ali Coded
Unfortunately, it would just as likely (and probably more l...
re: Is it possible that the software industry could become nearly 100% remote?
Technologically? Yep. No question. In fact, there are solid b...
re: Changing your name is a hard unsolved problem in Computer Science
The systems that limit the frequency of username changes an...
re: Changing your name is a hard unsolved problem in Computer Science
What's astounding is that the names don't even have to be f...
re: Changing your name is a hard unsolved problem in Computer Science
I like the route Discord and Blizzard have taken with regar...
re: Changing your name is a hard unsolved problem in Computer Science
The name on card is usually the entity's legal name (becaus...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
Don’t tell anyone, but I’m running Windows on a System76 g...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
Mac's version is where it's at, because they froze it at th...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
As someone who uses both Mac and Linux extensively, I don't...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
While not strictly Linux, I did recently learn about this l...
re: What's your opinion of doing free work in exchange for "exposure"?
What sort of projects do you think made you grow as a deve...
re: What's your opinion of doing free work in exchange for "exposure"?
Short answer: exposure doesn't pay my mortgage. Longer ans...
re: How to Work Remotely Without Going Insane
I think a lot of people mistake "working in the vicinity of...
re: How to Work Remotely Without Going Insane
It's largely due to the fact that you only sometimes work f...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
Yeah, current gen Macs don't really live up to their price ...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
I've never bought the whole "Linux is better for developme...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
Pro tip: if you have to preface something with "not trying ...
re: Why I'm sort of leaving Linux
However, it never caused me to reinstall. You're fortuna...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
I'm not going to get into the modern politics, but I did want...
re: My VSCode shortcuts, settings, and extensions for productivity.
I suspect that's highly subjective. I've used Fira Code wi...
re: Postwoman 👽 - API request builder: An open sourced, free, fast & beautiful alternative to Postman
So build a client that doesn't rely on Electron.
re: What do you install first on a new laptop?
Like some others, if it has Windows pre-installed, my first...
re: 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Programmers - Inspired by an ex-Google TechLead #humor
Pro tip - count up how many people are tied up in that, fin...
re: If you mostly write code for your day-to-day, do you have plans to get promoted out of that situation?
Viewing management vs individual contributor as parallel tr...
re: Ultimate & Short Guide to Stop Procrastinating
There's actually research to back this. Researchers found t...
re: If you mostly write code for your day-to-day, do you have plans to get promoted out of that situation?
This was my thought. Moving to management is not a promoti...
re: Reasons Why Your Technical Recruiting Emails Are Failing
That is more a product of sloppy job postings than anything...
re: My experience with toxic teams
Ask about things like overtime, time off, hour flexibility,...
re: What’s the most frustrating thing about the process of looking for work or interviewing?
My date was going by its official release, which I think it...
re: Things Nobody Told Me About Being a Software Engineer
I think you're giving corporations too much credit. That ma...
re: What’s the most frustrating thing about the process of looking for work or interviewing?
Angular 1 (aka "AngularJS") was released in 2010. Angular 2...
re: What’s the most frustrating thing about the process of looking for work or interviewing?
Do you have anywhere that you've shared that list? This is ...
re: 10 things I've learned from working remotely
When I give myself permission to cry, I usually only cry f...
re: The Elusive Senior Software Developer
because finally the specifics of technology and role matte...
re: 10 things I've learned from working remotely
It comes from a combination of the "hacker" stereotype and ...
re: 16 free tools & services that any developer should use
I've used both Insomnia and Postman and simply put, Insomnia ...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
GitLab and Buffer are the two most prominent and both have ...
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