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re: My first day as a software developer
Before i was software developer, i was software tester. I w...
re: I am a remarkably productive software developer when I'm procrastinating on a non-coding task
When I have to write code, i negotiate with Business Analys...
re: Clean Code Applied to JavaScript — Part VI. Avoid Conditional Complexity
I think the whole intent of this article is "let the client...
re: The New Years Resolution That Changed My Career
In today's world of "deliver fast" and "full stack" expecta...
re: 10 Coding principles and acronyms demystified!
Allow your code to be WET , then make it DRY. Cool!
re: Which quotes apply best to software development?
"I live, I die, I live again" - Mad Max Fury Road. To all ...
re: What is the new thing you want to learn technical/non-technical
Tech - domain driven design. Non-tech - still thinking, I h...
re: Why you need to learn to write a sorting algorithm
There is a certain level of difficulty in learning and impl...
re: Why you need to learn to write a sorting algorithm
I second your opinion. On a very similar topic, I posted th...
re: Will I still be called a developer?
Those "old school" guys I referred in my article. There is ...
re: What's the best thing to do when you've run into a debugging dead end?
Rewrite the whole module (if you have time). Also, make use...
re: Will I still be called a developer?
Fair Enough. I started my career as a manual tester 6 years...
re: How many programming languages do you know?
I know English . Alexa does whatever I say. Hence, can Eng...
re: What’s the most under-appreciated software?
Docker
re: To memorize or not to memorize?
Memorize the "what is" of everything, instead of "how to" o...
re: What is the difference between a Library vs A Framework?
Your code controls a "library". Your code is controlled by ...
re: What helps build developer confidence?
Another way to gain confidence, is to write some code (smal...
re: What helps build developer confidence?
Accepting the fact that "Its ok to not know everything" and...
re: Let's Clean Up: Ugly Try-Catches!
Well sometimes less Magic and more control is better
re: Thank you DEV Community!
I must say, i was able to detach from Facebook due to dev.t...
re: What essential software do you install on a new computer?
A software that makes sure that I can connect to Internet. ...
re: Liskov Substitution Principle in 3 Minutes
Thanks Shane. That was a super big explanation and a help...
re: Liskov Substitution Principle in 3 Minutes
LSP also makes sure thatOpen Close principal is followed
re: What did you have the hardest time learning?
Building true RESTful APIs and recursion
re: What's your spookiest coding story?
DROP DATABASE;
re: React Native Password Encryption and Decryption using Base64 Method
Encryption IS NOT equal to Encoding. Hence simply masking t...
re: Cypress vs.....
Capybara + cucumber. In a selenium grid docker setup. Paral...
re: Cypress vs.....
Capybara with Ruby 😍 Cucumber as test framework.
re: 20 Most-Recommended Books for Software Developers
I do not have the habit of reading books ☹️. I lose patienc...
re: Redis 101: Foundation and Core Concepts
Most important point about Redis I feel, redis should not b...
re: Politeness or Bluntness in Code Review? Settling the Matter Once and for All
Code review should be "Lead by (code) Example" rather than ...
re: How important are math skills for software development?
"don’t feel like an imposter if you don’t know everything r...
re: 9 Projects you can do to become a Frontend Master in 2020
Also it would be a big transition from a mindset perspectiv...
re: How large is the dev.to production database 🤔
Wondering if these guys use event sourcing?? If it is , the...
re: How large is the dev.to production database 🤔
Wondering if these guys use event sourcing?? If it is , the...
re: 9 Projects you can do to become a Frontend Master in 2020
Hi, I have been a backend developer working with java sprin...
re: Identifying the dirt in our code - names, functions, and comments
I would forgive dirt in the code if it has all the TESTS, r...
re: Possibly the greatest value in having tests for your code is...
A benefit that I have found while writing tests, it subcons...
re: GOF inspired python decorators
def multiply(arg1, arg2): arg1 * arg2 def add(arg1, arg2...
re: Design Patterns in Java
Great Collection. I would love to see blogs around Domain D...
re: What are you not interested in learning?
CSS
re: Vim won't make you a more productive developer
One should learn enough of ViM , so that, given a server en...
re: Which editor do you use when opening files like .bash_profile, etc?
Well I use visual studio code for this too. All i need to i...
re: What's your Wifi's name?
InternetFree
re: Changing job - How often is too often?
I can tell about my experience.. I have switched 3 companie...
re: The book every programmer should read
"Refactoring: Improving the design of existing code" by Ma...
re: How Unix programmers at restaurants search menus for their favorite plate
This article is awesome. It really shows all the possibilit...
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
Python , then Ruby, then JavaScript
re: What software development skills only come with experience?
As I grow as a developer, I realise it is totally OK to not...
re: Test Driven ... Everything
Thanks for the comment . I guess I failed to communicate a ...
re: What’s a concept you understand now, but took you forever to grasp?
Recursion . I understand that recursion is where a function...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
I have been practising Factory Functions for a while in thi...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
Yup, I am a big fan of Fun Fun Functions. Fluffykins is the...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
Nice article. Can I guess that you have been influenced by ...
re: Need help in understanding 'Why use REST'
The intriguing part of the video was, REST was never about ...
re: "for" vs. "forEach" and the value of documentation
Totally agree . People who start programming, generally the...
re: "for" vs. "forEach" and the value of documentation
Because of this reason I joined dev.to recently . Back to...
re: "for" vs. "forEach" and the value of documentation
Wondering why you didn't use [12,3,44,5].find function for ...
re: Welcome Thread - v21
Hello All, I am Swarup . Its great to join this community ...
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