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re: What is key to a great home office setup?
On my mac I put things into /Users/Shared which is usable b...
re: What is key to a great home office setup?
If there isn't a big window, or you live in a country far f...
re: What is key to a great home office setup?
I think what is meant is a second user/login to windows/mac...
re: If/else or just if?
Totally! "else" at the end of an if/else chain is a trap aw...
re: If/else or just if?
interesting that modern languages are putting in generators...
re: If/else or just if?
A lot of people would recommend using const by default. A v...
re: If/else or just if?
In other languages such as Scala and Rust there is a "match...
re: If/else or just if?
I vote for a mixed style: return early if there is an obvio...
re: How to Set Up a Prometheus, Grafana and Alertmanager Monitoring Stack on DigitalOcean Kubernetes
Interesting! Linkerd in the digital ocean marketplace to ad...
re: A quick guide to squashing Git commits
If folks are using GitHub they can use squash-and-merge to ...
re: What is Belt Machine?
🤷‍♂️
re: What would the programming language sorting hat pick for you, and why?
Totally!
re: Using multiple working trees in Git
Amazeballs! Thanks
re: GitLens: where have you been all my life!
Totally! I have been raving about it at the office. The cor...
re: What would the programming language sorting hat pick for you, and why?
Rust because it is a safe language without a garbage collec...
re: Feedback on Small Java Package
Not what you were asking but codereview.stackexchange.com c...
re: Kubernetes, are you ready for production?
Sure if you have a deployment then it has the ability to ro...
re: Kubernetes, are you ready for production?
Thanks I updated the link - it's a dev.to post by myself so...
re: If you were tasked to conduct a security audit on a server/database-backed web app, where would you start?
What's the security policy for the code. If it's on public...
re: Complete n00b
All self-taught devs are amateurs until someone pays them t...
re: Is Serverless really as cheap as everyone claims?
Thanks for this particularly the Facebook scale calc. I do ...
re: What’s overrated?
Linux was a hobby project which seems like a lean start. So...
re: Is there any 10x developers here?
It's a counterproductive myth. The way my mentor explained ...
re: What’s overrated?
I kinda get saying other methodologies are overrated but I ...
re: The IDE - The beginner's trap !
personally I think people just using an editor not an ide n...
re: Kubernetes, are you ready for production?
Rollback is a single command at the end of the demo on the ...
re: Pair Programming Patterns
Live Sharing looks great thanks for that. I just enabled gi...
re: Pair Programming Patterns
And what where the positives and negatives?
re: Pair Programming Patterns
I had a USB split keyboard and folks had a regular keyboard...
re: Container Management Platform .. for FREE!!
If someone doesn’t have OKD (aka openshift) so they only ha...
re: Container Management Platform .. for FREE!!
Well looking at the core tech on fabric8.io it says that it...
re: PublishTo.Dev: Scheduling article publishing on dev.to
Awesome! ... so what is a good or bad time to publish? Are ...
re: Using Helm on OpenShift
I posted some notes on running helm tiller on minishift at ...
re: My journey through Openshift
There are instructions on running Gitea 1.9.2 on minishift ...
re: How to enable OpenShift service catalog components in Minishift
Nice. Do you think it would be easy for me to create a cata...
re: Container Management Platform .. for FREE!!
You are missing that OKD is the upstream open source of Ope...
re: Going further on Openshift
I wrote a post about a demo of using gitea on minishift to ...
re: Can you describe how you visualize or form mental models around your work?
I have always said that I can ”see” systems moving. I canno...
re: A 6-minute introduction to HELM
I have been writing some posts about how we use a git webho...
re: Forget that TODO app, this repo will teach you real-world dev skills
I just made a post that deploys one of the realworld apps t...
re: Keep your Git history clean - 101
sure. we prefer to break down work into small units that ca...
re: Being a Female Programmer: How is it For You?
In the UK they have schemes to background check people and ...
re: Collaborative coding with GitHub/GitLab
If folks are wanting to understand more about how git works...
re: Keep your Git history clean - 101
GitHub has a feature squash-and-merge that works very well ...
re: How to anonymize your GitHub activity
Setting up a competitor to your current employer is unethic...
re: Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme in JavaScript
Yes, it's really super cool. The shares are randomised whic...
re: React Hooks Mini Crash Course
Do react hooks make it easier to use the mvvm design patter...
re: dev.to is shadow-banned on Reddit
Personally I don't use reddit as when I tried to post good ...
re: SELECT Post FROM Stack Overflow Questions WHERE Topic = "git" ORDER BY Votes DESC;
There is a comsci paper about a study into the usability is...
re: SELECT Post FROM Stack Overflow Questions WHERE Topic = "git" ORDER BY Votes DESC;
To really get your head around git it helps to read the ope...
re: Run a personal Cloud with Traefik, Let's encrypt and Zookeeper
how many VMs are in your personal cloud and of what instanc...
re: How can open source contributors and maintainers engage in a respectful ongoing relationship?
That reminds me that one of the first contributions of a fe...
re: How can open source contributors and maintainers engage in a respectful ongoing relationship?
Picking at minor things in PRs can be a big turn-off. I fee...
re: How does your organization handle data backups?
we backup our database...? well we currently have a two-nod...
re: How Do You Authenticate Your Users?
personally, I flip-flop on this. it is a question of who i ...
re: How Do You Authenticate Your Users?
If you want to take the red pill on digital identity this c...
re: How Do You Authenticate Your Users?
Folks should use a zero-knowledge password authentication l...
re: The ONE book every developer MUST read!
that's very well said. thanks.
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
I was sat in a workshop at an enterprise that has a fifth o...
re: Are we pretentious and arrogant?
”better than them”? I hope you mean ”understand something b...
re: How do *you* pronounce sudo?
Totally that is what we day ”syou-do” because it's superuse...
re: When is learning what to Google good enough?
There are a lot of very good comments on this post. I think...
re: Actually, callbacks are fine
Awesome! I first saw applicatives in Scala. Bring self taug...
re: Actually, callbacks are fine
History is littered with situations where someone comes up ...
re: 5 Reasons for Choosing an Agile Approach for Software Development Project
I recommend that folks consider that ”faux agile”, ”wagile”...
re: The ONE book every developer MUST read!
Thanks for the link but that style of documenting isn’t som...
re: The ONE book every developer MUST read!
Well I do kinda find the absolutist style a little jarring ...
re: The ONE book every developer MUST read!
A video by Bob Martin delivered in Norfolk UK blew my mind....
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
I learnt Linux setting up small sites on VPS. So it is a gr...
re: 10 simple Linux tips which save 50% of my time in the command line
As bash and vi is preinstalled on corporate linux and moder...
re: 10 simple Linux tips which save 50% of my time in the command line
This is a massive one. You can: history | grep git To see...
re: 10 simple Linux tips which save 50% of my time in the command line
Only I do ”set -o vi” in my .bashrc and use ”cntl+r” all th...
re: Bad, Bad Code!
We should not conflate saying the code is bad with saying t...
re: What Does Your IDE/Code Editor Look Like?
If you are stuck in a corporate windows build without a lin...
re: Peacock - Choose What to Color
This plugin delights me every day 🥇🦚 🙌🏻
re: Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?
In the past 20 years I have only worked in companies that d...
re: Asynchronous with Redux Sagas
Very clearly written. Can you please add a sequence diagram...
re: A Bank Should Authenticate With You - And Vice Versa
Oh back to the question: obviously to prove yourself to you...
re: A Bank Should Authenticate With You - And Vice Versa
Identity on the internet is broken. Identity theft costs bi...
re: What is cloud native?
Something that jumped out to me on your video was the phras...
re: 5 Handy Bash Tricks in 2 Minutes
ctrl+r to search back through your command history to rerun...
re: Design Patterns in Java
I would be wary of taking a “more is better” view of patter...
re: Design Patterns in Java
Also I don’t see the “transaction script” pattern which is ...
re: Design Patterns in Java
I didn't see Model-View-ViewModel on your list which I wrot...
re: Creating and Remembering a Strong Passphrase
You can backup your passphrase using Shamir's secret sharin...
re: How to customize the new Windows Terminal with Visual Studio Code
Here you go dev.to/simbo1905/how-to-integrate-...
re: How to customize the new Windows Terminal with Visual Studio Code
Yes, you just change the setting in VS Code to tell it to u...
re: Towards Complexity
C++...? I started in C++ and I worked in an office where Bj...
re: Towards Complexity
The jury isn’t deliberating. Code isn't a fashion show. It ...
re: The Top 10 Books on DevOps You Need to Read
Well yes, if you have seen how old IT fails then The Phoeni...
re: You Either Have It Or You Don't
What is interesting is that Rich made so many systems in C+...
re: You Either Have It Or You Don't
My take is that he is making the point that in many systems...
re: Kubernetes Monitoring with Prometheus
Great to see a DevOps tooling post. If you like helm check ...
re: Debugging - you’re doing it wrong. 10 techniques to find a bug in your code
The argument that not using a debugging tool is better some...
re: Debugging - you’re doing it wrong. 10 techniques to find a bug in your code
Just try it. The more people around the better it works.
re: Debugging - you’re doing it wrong. 10 techniques to find a bug in your code
I set up a debugger to step through some open source code t...
re: What should I learn, React Js or React Native?
Folks are rightly mentioning PWA and building react apps th...
re: Best Answers to "Loaded" Interview Questions?
How do I apply this technique to my next interview?
re: First Contact with C++
If you are looking at C++ you should also take a look at Ru...
re: Welcome Thread - v35
Wow this is refreshing. Thanks! I am a dev since the late 9...
re: Confession: How I got (my piece of SaaS) Multi-Tenant
Um... to me multi-tenant suggests tenants are isolated so t...
re: Which language to learn next..
I forgot to mention PHP but if you know JavaScript you know...
re: Which language to learn next..
Rust. Totally. For the fourth year in a row its the most lo...
re: What software projects made you "wow" 🤯
Here’s a new one: GraalVM that lets you run Java, JavaScrip...
re: What exactly is the job of a "Developer Advocate"?
Okay this is my impression from what I see of them doing ra...
re: The 10 points that make up real "10x engineers"
”x10” is an unhelpful myth. the programmer that I most resp...
re: What's your number one underrated VSCode extension?
I have been using ”bashdb” to step through git-secret a bas...
re: Ever done pair programming before?
Well you pick up tricks and skills but that becomes eventua...
re: Jack Of All Trades or Master of One?
Interviewing is a skill you can cram for. The worst thing y...
re: How to customize the new Windows Terminal with Visual Studio Code
We use the opens source “Git Bash” for windows on our offic...
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