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re: 10 Youtube Channels To Follow As a Junior Web Developer / Designer
Good to see Wes made the cut!
re: Simplify web development. please!
The problem is not that the technical landscape has more to...
re: Help out a junior dev, rate my CV?
I'd just like to point out that the font used on this is he...
re: Level Up Your Ruby Skillz: Working With Arrays
I didn't know about the buddy method enum_for which also lo...
re: Level Up Your Ruby Skillz: Working With Arrays
A lot of these convenience methods work on any Enumerator, ...
re: Level Up Your Ruby Skillz: Working With Arrays
They keep adding new toys to the language. One of my more r...
re: Understanding the Asset Pipeline in Ruby on Rails
Disabling Ruby's asset pipeline and swapping in Webpacker a...
re: Tech created by women
While these are good examples of great people, they are kin...
re: Lets look: Ruby
Even if Ruby was a dying language, which it isn't, it'd be ...
re: Go get your .dev domain!
The pricing on these seems all over the place, like the mor...
re: Yes, I still fall victim to Imposter Syndrome
The surface area of what you don't know gets bigger and big...
re: How Do You Continuously Learn?
Find questions you don't know the answer to, then work out ...
re: Using Ruby in 2019
Ruby has a reputation for being slow, but with the improvem...
re: A Day, no, not Even an Hour, of Life on Stack Overflow
If you answer merely a question or two a day consistently y...
re: Hosting a custom domain on Github
It's really hard to understate the importance of having ful...
re: TIL: JavaScript replace() command with callback
Technically a "callback function" is one that's called at a...
re: A/B tests for developers
Don't forget basic statistics here. If you're developing an...
re: Please don't commit .env
Be very careful when doing this as some wildly misguided co...
re: Truth tables as Ruby Hashes
While that's better it still creates clutter in your object...
re: Truth tables as Ruby Hashes
While this is clever, be careful when doing this in product...
re: The new MacBook Pros are overpriced
Applications like Paw couldn’t exist on the Windows side of...
re: 5 reasons you should learn Lua
It takes very little time! There's not too much to Lua so ...
re: You Can Do it in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for it
You'll always want to keep in mind how your application is ...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
That just shows how far we have to go in many fields to ach...
re: Will Java Trend Towards Obscurity?
"Proves to warn that he not busy being born is busy dying."...
re: My First 12 hours with Ruby
It often takes tens or hundreds of hours to produce code. R...
re: My First 12 hours with Ruby
Shows that the "array" there isn't really an array, but an ...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
It's not 1950. Women do all of these things.
re: Will Java Trend Towards Obscurity?
Java can both grow in popularity and use while also fading ...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
"I guess your also suggesting we should hire so its 50% men...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
Do you understand that statistics speak only in terms of ag...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
This should be a yellow card. First you dump a link to some...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
Gender may have something to do with probabilities when tal...
re: The 2018 year of ladies come back in tech
This isn't entirely coherent, and it's also not a very cons...
re: I'm an email developer and totally not a spammer. Ask me anything.
Do you have any observations on click/open tracking best pr...
re: I’m a 12 yr old developer. Ask me Anything
Are you available for consulting?
re: Haml vs HTML?
HAML all the way. Pug/Jade if only we could.
re: Ruby Getters and Setters
It just seems inconsistent to use year and self.year = ... ...
re: I hate setting up my dev environment.
Some tips: Roll over your configuration from one machine ...
re: Why I wear purple lipstick and code skirts
The strict dress code is your dress says "use strict" on it...
re: Ruby Getters and Setters
These are also called "accessors" (read) and "mutators" (wr...
re: Ruby Getters and Setters
It seems odd to declare these as private since you can alwa...
re: I am full-time blockchain developer for 6+ months, AMA!
What certifications do you have or are you seeking to get?
re: Facebook.com is Down
Even the creator of Rails hit a big snag a few days ago and...
re: Do you have any bad “sunk cost fallacy” stories?
"Similar" is only superficial. For example, PayPal and Stri...
re: Making the switch from laptop to desk
If you're on a tight budget it's worth waiting for the refu...
re: Making the switch from laptop to desk
One of the nice things about the Mini is you can have fairl...
re: Ruby peculiarities, tips and tools
On the "What languages do developers prefer by age?" chart ...
re: Ruby peculiarities, tips and tools
I've got a lot of questions about that survey, but #1 is wh...
re: Do you have any bad “sunk cost fallacy” stories?
The biggest sunk cost fallacy comes from lock-in with a ven...
re: Which is more readable?
I'm a big proponent of trying to avoid "surprise if conditi...
re: Everything is an Object!
Methods as defined on a class, module or object directly ar...
re: How I “found” the database of the college App
It's astonishing but not surprising how many companies have...
re: Do you have guards? or do you work at night?
If you're a salaried employee then in most places you won't...
re: You want HOW MANY years experience?!
You can't get ten years of experience in React unless you s...
re: Object Oriented Ruby
When it comes to teaching most languages like JavaScript, P...
re: The Golden Rule for Junior Developers
At some point you'll have enough knowledge to know how to a...
re: deleted03
Some kind of enigma.
re: Object Oriented Ruby
Ruby's object-oriented approach is a bit unusual compared t...
re: What are my responsibilities after a freelance web development gig ends?
This is all good advice, but one thing missing here is esta...
re: Developer burnout is real
One thing that’s important is having a clean break from you...
re: Developer burnout is real
Having been through this several times now, it never gets e...
re: Find someone to mentor
Hope that's a thing soon as I'd love to help with that.
re: 12 Things Every Junior Developer Should Learn
The difference between a "junior" and an "intermediate" is ...
re: How many languages should I learn
It's not how many languages you learn that matters, what's ...
re: How much of a memory impact do tabs in my terminal have?
Do you use anything like iStat Menus? It's a fantastic litt...
re: Announcement from the DEV Community Founders ❤️
You're all building a great community here. This is really ...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
That's what makes Bcrypt so great. Smashing through a dicti...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
HMAC is intended to be fast, which makes it ideal for crack...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Since the application must keep the AES key around somewher...
re: ps aux output in cronjobs
The little known -o option also allows you to customize the...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
While there’s some good ideas here, this all sounds like a ...
re: How to Prevent Your Users from Using Breached Passwords
Don't forget to prevent breaches of passwords you must use ...
re: How to deal with resume gaps due to mental illness while job hunting?
If the gap is obvious and there's no way to side-step it yo...
re: My Programming Journey So Far.
Game Engine Architecture and Real-Time Rendering are both f...
re: Evergreen skills to use throughout your career?
There's a few things that are important in construction pro...
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
I think the problem is so pervasive, it's basically endemic...
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
You can SQL inject in any language, absolutely, but it seem...
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
I've been trying to push for this more on places like Stack...
re: [JS] Do you use 'with' in JavaScript?
It seemed like such a good idea at the time.
re: Choosing PHP in 2018
Something I'd like to ask to those using PHP is "What do yo...
re: What's your tech stack?
That does look pretty neat. Link for the lazy: wappalyzer.c...
re: How do web developers/freelancers build websites in time?
"In time" depends on what amount of time you've budgeted fo...
re: What's your tech stack?
There's tools like BuiltWith which are a good way to explor...
re: Explain Required Downtime Like I'm Five
The military has very expensive mid-flight refueling system...
re: How much do you need to know or learn before calling yourself a developer?
The moment you write your first line of code you’re a devel...
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