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re: Java Programming is 90% Easier with Project Lombok
Wow, accessible Java. Never thought I'd see the day
re: Announcing WheelJS - The Future of JavaScript
😐 ✋😐 Your framework isn't fully adherent to its own rules....
re: Is it worth learning JavaScript?
Common wisdom alleges, "The jack of all trades is the maste...
re: Why code changes are error prone
The shorter answer is Write tests. Test coverage is s...
re: is elixir good for scraping ?
No reason it couldn't be. The concurrency model would at le...
re: Web Tracking IS GOOD
But don't take my word for it! Here's a straight white man ...
re: Web Tracking IS GOOD
Okay. So if I'm gay in a household where my parents believ...
re: Web Tracking IS GOOD
ME (reading the title of this): Oh, this was definitely wri...
re: 🙏 Please Add .gitattributes To Your Git Repository
😐 What a stupid thing to go to war over in the first place...
re: A trick with Ruby array literals
Good information and well-written! At one of my companies, ...
re: New Machine; New Browser
Firefox is 🔥, 🦊. I made the switch some time last summer an...
re: Write Cleaner JavaScript Code With .some() And .every() Array Methods
Nice write-up! There's an added benefit to using some and e...
re: 🙏 Please Add .gitattributes To Your Git Repository
Seems to me like the linter could worry less about somethin...
re: HOW TO CREATE OBJECTS IN JAVASCRIPT
Why not sanitize the object keys in the factory function? A...
re: Git blameless?
...and a bug report for not being able to have monospace fo...
re: Git blameless?
I'm putting in my vote for git theseus
re: Git blameless?
git this old repo
re: Map, Filter, & Reduce in JavaScript
I appreciate how you've taken this explanation upon yoursel...
re: 💡🎁 JavaScript Visualized: Generators and Iterators
Teach them reduce, teach them reduce!
re: Why and how you should migrate from Visual Studio Code to VSCodium
🥇 People other than you still might, though
re: Why and how you should migrate from Visual Studio Code to VSCodium
brew cask install vscodium == extra setup steps? O_o OH. Y...
re: Why and how you should migrate from Visual Studio Code to VSCodium
VSCodium is literally the exact same product, just under th...
re: Svelte Needs A Virtual DOM
Svelte is a statically-typed systems programming language? ...
re: Why do you need to set limits for container resource usage?
...... how tho
re: Turning Git into an application database
Crazy experiments are the best kind of experiments 🙌
re: Turning Git into an application database
This is a really innovative use case for Git, and it's grea...
re: Which Data Structure Should I Use? An Elixir Cheat Sheet
I nearly had a heart attack when you declared lists and tup...
re: TypeScript Types Deep Dive - Part 2: The Absence of value
I can hug you, sadJaime
re: What Do You Do If You Disagree With Your Boss?
All of this works quite a bit better than what I did, which...
re: A super simple implementation of Infinite Scrolling
Nice work! Have you seen the IntersectionObserver API? It m...
re: Clean Code Applied to JavaScript — Part I. Before your start
It is better to use bad English than to use your mother to...
re: 5 Absolutely FREE Projects YOU should do to become a Full Stack SUPERMAN/SUPERWOMAN before the 2020 ends !!!
Django is so bad though 😩 Like, I would honestly take a fi...
re: I want to learn a new programming language. What should I learn?
A bit astonished (but proud that I'm the first 😊) that nobo...
re: Daily Challenge #131 - Remove Anchor from URL
You wouldn't even need to limit the split to 2 entries. May...
re: Daily Challenge #131 - Remove Anchor from URL
How fast is my implementation?
re: Daily Challenge #131 - Remove Anchor from URL
const unAnchor = (url) => url.split("#")[0]
re: I Don't Know Javascript Coercion, Do You?
It gets worse! 4 + "4" // "44" 4 +"4" // 8
re: Faster Than Requests with MultiThread Web Scraper
I keep seeing the double-p in scrapper and think, "Like, a ...
re: Why I Lint Everything
At work, […] it probably isn't the best use of time to be ...
re: Adaptive Loading - Improving Web Performance on low-end devices
Before degrading your feature set for lower-end devices, re...
re: Understanding `this` with E.D.I.N concepts
Very informative post! I just wanted to mention that in the...
re: Why I Lint Everything
Part of being a great team member is setting your ego asid...
re: What's your spookiest coding story?
Trust, it's way too spooky/creepy/weird for y'all to handle
re: Should code be like poetry?
Name two renowned poems whose meanings, according to their ...
re: Understanding This, Bind, Call, and Apply in JavaScript
This is a fantastic post covering the intricacies and nuanc...
re: Demystifying the v-model Directive in Vue
Thank you, for the informative and actually-lol'd write-up!
re: Demystifying the v-model Directive in Vue
Your writing is stellar
re: Joel is stepping down from Stack Overflow
In trying to remove personal bias from my thoughts, I reali...
re: What is your favorite Silicon Valley myth?
I.e., what any kind of success in capitalism had been based...
re: What is your favorite Silicon Valley myth?
"Meritocracy"
re: Detect Toxic Language in Twilio Chat with Tensorflow.js
The training data seems to have … no control group and/or n...
re: You are a software engineer
Sometimes I look back on the systems I've built in the 8 ye...
re: Swapping two numbers, w/o a temp variable
Good try, but no. "You both fail" is geared quite equally t...
re: Swapping two numbers, w/o a temp variable
As always, this is why it's important to understand what th...
re: Daily Challenge #93 - Range Extraction
The problem states that the list will always go in increasi...
re: Swapping two numbers, w/o a temp variable
Ruby, too! It's been possible at least since 1.8 a, b = b...
re: Daily Challenge #91 - Bananas
Yes.
re: Learn React Final Form in 5 minutes!
I wouldn't expect to be able to do something with React Fi...
re: Learn React Final Form in 5 minutes!
I just watched the whole video, and I'm just wondering … wh...
re: Explain REDUCE Like I'm Five
You can use reduce anywhere you could use a for or forEach ...
re: Explain REDUCE Like I'm Five
It's not great, but it goes a lot more smoothly when you tu...
re: Explain REDUCE Like I'm Five
I'm always doing these things from my phone 😶
re: Daily Challenge #88 - Recursive Ninjas
As always, there is no need to use any language but Elixir....
re: Daily Challenge #84 - Third Angle of a Triangle
True enough. But why code purely for specs when coding for ...
re: Daily Challenge #84 - Third Angle of a Triangle
What happens if I enter thirdAngle(0,0)?
re: Daily Challenge #84 - Third Angle of a Triangle
What happens if I enter thirdAngle(0,0)?
re: Daily Challenge #84 - Third Angle of a Triangle
This oughta do it for Elixir. defmodule Triangle do def...
re: The Power of the Observer Pattern in JavaScript
I agree. This demonstration of the observer pattern suits l...
re: Write Posts in DEV Community using Visual Studio Code
I'm not sure why, but trying to sign in just gives me an Un...
re: What Terminal Application do you use on macOS?
Vanilla Terminal, with bash-it. I've been curious about nus...
re: Simpler = Better if it_gets_the_job_done
First off, great post! I was worried at first that "David" ...
re: 🔺 5-step guide to developing your OWN personal software projects
Great advice, thank you for making this video!
re: ES6 Mini Crash Course: How to Write Modern JavaScript
This is a fantastic write-up of the core ES6 benefits! I ju...
re: Daily Challenge #51 - Valid Curly Braces
Ahh, this old trick. I've done it for at least two intervie...
re: Daily Challenge #52 - Building a Pyramid
Since this is pretty much the top half of a string diamond ...
re: Formatting Code for DEV Comments and Posts
Boss-level debugger 😎 My original thought was the trusty r...
re: Formatting Code for DEV Comments and Posts
> and < ?
re: Daily Challenge #49 - Dollars and Cents
It rounded up, though, so is that an error? It seems like e...
re: Daily Challenge #48 - Facebook Likes
Ooh, a ternary chain. Nice 👍
re: Daily Challenge #48 - Facebook Likes
I question the validity of this challenge. No Oxford comma?...
re: Adding an Emoji Status to Terminal (ZSH)
You can use emoji in bash-it, too!
re: Daily Challenge #46 - ???
Okay, I'll bite and imagine that Carmen Sandiego has stolen...
re: Learn responsive web design in 5 minutes
It's never too late to learn! No, seriously. That "old dog...
re: Daily Challenge #46 - ???
... 😐 I mean... that's not even a function to write. It's ...
re: Daily Challenge #45 - Change Machine
I am concerned about speed we need to get that stuff off t...
re: Daily Challenge #45 - Change Machine
that guard clause defmodule CashMachine do ...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
Okay. Well... maybe you could lighten up, as I'm now just a...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
EDIT: replying to the wrong comment, sorry 😅
re: Daily Challenge #3 - Vowel Counter
Rubeh require 'set' vwls = %w"a e i o u".to_set def sm_v...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
Python's got map, filter, and reduce 😶 It's even got compre...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
It is also a single method chain. The result of each call f...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
Nice! The runtime complexity is pretty substantial, but it'...
re: Daily Challenge #44 - Mexican Wave
As an Elixir function, including documentation! And a langu...
re: The 3 Sins of Software Engineering Interviews
Be sure to also use a language your interviewers know If ...
re: The 3 Sins of Software Engineering Interviews
As long as I live, I will never forget the interview I had ...
re: Daily Challenge #43 - Boardgame Fight Resolver
Ahh, pattern matches. So elegance, much match ( *-*)
re: Daily Challenge #43 - Boardgame Fight Resolver
Hmm... There's never any reason to have certain pieces att...
re: Web developer of 20 years
Question about working for yourself: How do you get into wo...
re: Trust me, I can build software because I learned how to code from ___
a Ruby course taught by an English professor
re: Trust me, I can build software because I learned how to code from ___
berb can't tell arnie from a meatball smh the World we live...
re: Daily Challenge #40 - Counting Sheep
Ruby has pipes now?
re: Daily Challenge #40 - Counting Sheep
What about a range?
re: Daily Challenge #40 - Counting Sheep
Oh, alright. shep = fn 0 -> "" n -> 1..n |> ...
re: Daily Challenge #40 - Counting Sheep
shep = fn n -> 1..n |> Stream.map(&("#{&1} sh...
re: Daily Challenge #41 - Greed is Good
Easy peasy, lemon squeezy (language: Elixir) defmodule G...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
Hmm... I'm curious about where to draw the dividing line be...
re: The Dark Side Of The Magic
The shade, the shade of it all! 😂
re: What do you want to learn?
hmmmmmmmmmmI was gonna go ahead and use these t'all seems ...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
Aren't the Boeing airplanes that sometimes require a hard r...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
puts "Hello World!" oh noes so bloat much incomprehen...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
Out of curiosity, what do you feel classifies Python as a s...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Ahh, that makes sense too 😅
re: What do you want to learn?
Game development 😋
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Oh, I may be wrong on this, but I think you can clean up th...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I hope this list receives massive boosts. The line of reaso...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I find this comment incredibly ignorant of the history of t...
re: Top 5 Programming Languages Every Software Developer Should Learn
Hmm... ...Hm.
re: Daily Challenge #2 - String Diamond
ruby diamonds? Okay! def riamond(karat) unless karat.o...
re: Daily Challenge #1 - String Peeler
Trivial in Ruby: def double_chop(string) return string...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Very nice! I love your choice of method name 😂 And it's gre...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Oh, nice! I wouldn't have thought to use the array spread s...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Now in elixir because hey all the cool kids are using not-J...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
I feel like the C might've already done you in? dang, that'...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
dammit kevin
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
const exsAndOhs = // "🎙 they haunt me…" (https://www.youtub...
re: Why React Hooks?
I adore hooks, but do kinda wish more people were glomming ...
re: Practical Ways to Write Better JavaScript
I'm curious as to when you would want to explicitly pass/ac...
re: The Fantastically Magical handleEvent Function
This post is great! If your event cases grow even farther t...
re: Which computer era would have been the most exciting to take part in?
Definitely when they built the Antikythera.
re: How do you know when to NOT refactor?
I'm glad I could help! Refactors used to be my least favori...
re: 🔮 Technologically Clairvoyant ed. 6 - Alzheimer's, addictive social networks, 3d printing
WOW hopefully someone builds an army of deadly robobees to ...
re: How do you know when to NOT refactor?
tl;dr – I guess the inverse of all of this is, "When you ca...
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