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re: That Time I Shipped Insecure Code
I love this, it's funny to see people and management asking...
re: Why (Framework) traveling will not make you happy.
Cool post! I actually like it a lot. I never understood wh...
re: Is Ubuntu Or Fedora A Better Distro For Programmers?
Every time I install fedora I fall in love with it, it feel...
re: Why I don't use web components
Web components as they are defined in the spec, to me are j...
re: WWDC Discussion Thread
I wouldn't really say game changer, windows devs have had s...
re: Which 2018 Mac is best for web development?
If it doesn't work for you doesn't make it bad, all the web...
re: Introducing MikroORM, TypeScript data-mapper ORM with Identity Map
Ahh I overlooked that in the docs! I shall take this one on...
re: Introducing MikroORM, TypeScript data-mapper ORM with Identity Map
I know you metioned you had mongodb in mind when writing I'...
re: When npm tells you you're hosed
why not try alternatives like pnpm? I have been using it fo...
re: scrollIntoView is the best thing since sliced bread
extra points for that gif
re: 4 Reasons Why Console Applications Are Great
Few months ago I wrote a website for the family to take not...
re: The dangers of the unibrow(ser)
Oh yes I get your point though, I really hated this transit...
re: The dangers of the unibrow(ser)
I kind of see it in other way. In my opinion, Microsoft wi...
re: If I don't use React, am I still a developer?
Just how in the world does one keep up with it all? You ne...
re: Introduction to the Universal Windows Platform
While we've had UWP from a few years now, the landscape in ...
re: I reclaimed 10GB of disk space from node_modules
I have been using pnpm primarily for more than a year and l...
re: Serial Promises vs Parallel Promises
Nice write up! When async/await first came out people were...
re: b
Hahaha
re: Slack Has A New Face
peter @peterjskennedy .@SlackHQ Once you see it, you ...
re: Why is Linux Not More Popular on the Desktop?
Freedom has it's price when it comes to Desktops unlike pho...
re: JavaScript Functions and First Class Objects
Cool writing! I don't know why there's a fever on arrow fn...
re: Is that a Giraffe?
Good question, since there are lots of sql variants for rel...
re: Microsoft is building a Chromium based browser! 😲
That's what I hope for, also take in mind that winui has be...
re: Why people say "It is easy for you, you’re a developer"
I have worked in Mexican companies, as well as Mexican comp...
re: Project structure for an Express REST API when there is no "standard way"
yeah, I agree with you!
re: Project structure for an Express REST API when there is no "standard way"
in these cases out of satire/sarcasm, I follow this guide ...
re: What are you not interested in learning?
Ugh, I don't know FrontEnd: React, Reason, FlowType and s...
re: Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?
What's your take on universal windows platform apps regardi...
re: Where are you Mexicans?
Hello there! In Queretaro, I've not seen many of us actuall...
re: Why Not React Native? Why Not Flutter? Why Not Meteor? Why Not NativeScript?
Anything in mind for dev.to specially? I can't think of any...
re: Why Not React Native? Why Not Flutter? Why Not Meteor? Why Not NativeScript?
The website is already a pwa, I guess there are more plans ...
re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
Will do! thanks
re: Recommend me a Node.js framework.
As @imthedeveloper pointed out, Sails is a pretty good nod...
re: Recommend me a Node.js framework.
Hey there! glad to see the nuxt template is useful! I guess...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
Yes that's the usual case, it uwp for example you are able ...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
Ah indeed, this is a must have for many, I get it
re: What do you look for in a browser?
This was one of the examples I first thought, but it seems ...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
Yeah I do understand resource usage and the security issues...
re: How do you shift between the coding mindset and other head spaces?
This sounds interesting! I will try this
re: What do you look for in a browser?
thank you, I just have a question Syncing with most of th...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
In the case of Dev Tools for UWP it seems there could be an...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
I can't immediately think of what a browser could bring to...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
This is probably something I’d be skeptical about. Not to ...
re: What do you look for in a browser?
Hahaha, well that's up to the browser vendors sadly, my ski...
re: 🤯 Create a modal with zero line of CSS 🤯
Cool Post! While I do like the Idea of having a native Dial...
re: JavaScript Promises Explained By Gambling At A Casino
Thank you for not using new Promise(); Multiple times, just...
re: A Sneak Peek of NativeScript-Vue 2.0!
Awesome! I used version 1 before, but had to leave it there...
re: How do you train people to ask good questions
This is a tough question actually hahaha, Because I've seen...
re: Why I always recommend Arch Linux
Manjaro has a healthy amount of 'out of the box' options wh...
re: Breaking up with JavaScript
I like this answer a lot, it relates to me because I do jav...
re: Stencil The web components compiler... Part 2!
There is an issue on GitHub about this, I'll try to keep yo...
re: Stencil The web components compiler... Part 2!
Let me take a look at it and I'll get back to you
re: Stencil The web components compiler... Part 2!
Thanks would you be kind to tell me where? I started the pr...
re: What's with the 🦄?
I tend to use it when I find something extremely good or wh...
re: Web App or LAMP?
I would try to get a little bit more of insights, I'd say w...
re: I'm planning to ditch my MacBook and move away from laptop computing
I used to have a mac boook pro in late 2015, it was fun, bu...
re: Now, I'm thinking is there anything that can't be done by JS?
The statement was can't build an os, not a kernel while an ...
re: Now, I'm thinking is there anything that can't be done by JS?
yeah, like most OSes do, the rest of the os interaction (us...
re: Now, I'm thinking is there anything that can't be done by JS?
think twice hahaha johnny-five.io and here a small tutorial...
re: Now, I'm thinking is there anything that can't be done by JS?
you can use javascript for windows 10 IoT devices docs.mic...
re: Now, I'm thinking is there anything that can't be done by JS?
sorry about that github.com/NodeOS/NodeOS
re: Choosing a Linux distro
There was a time when I was in the university I tended to f...
re: What should every developer know?
that php, javascript and java jokes never get old :)
re: Notes on ECMAScript 6 (ES6)
it is pretty useful, I think it has become better to work w...
re: Notes on ECMAScript 6 (ES6)
Great notes! If I may add: regarding to classes you might w...
re: I love pipenv's custom script shortcuts
I love pipenv in general, I think it made me go back to enj...
re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
Fish is one of my favorite shells! nice to see it mentioned...
re: I Failed as a Developer. And so did you.
Why do you even call those as fails? is just the daily job!
re: Avoiding Exceptions in ASP.NET Core
Nice! seems quite useful in general for error handling, I m...
re: GitHub Graveyards: I'll show you mine...
I love your graveyard, I have quite a graveyard too, but mo...
re: Seriously, though. What is a progressive web app?
Yeah! there are a couple UWP apps that I have wrote about h...
re: Seriously, though. What is a progressive web app?
Great article! I would just add that if you are into Windo...
re: JavaScript: Promises and Why Async/Await Wins the Battle
Thank you! for some reason many people forget that methods ...
re: Learn New Technology as a Way of Stepping Up Your Understanding of Your Current One
it's tedious once you know how to write it in the language ...
re: Error handling with async/await and promises
The repl shows you manually throwing in catch() in order t...
re: Error handling with async/await and promises
If you saw the repl I linked, catch does not swallow non as...
re: Error handling with async/await and promises
Thanks for this post, I do like to see people write about a...
re: Learn New Technology as a Way of Stepping Up Your Understanding of Your Current One
I agree with this sensation, Sometimes I like to reinvent t...
re: Mint - A refreshing programming language for the front-end web
I love to see Innovation and wheel reinvention (not saying ...
re: There's no "else if" in JS
I gues you would like this piece hackernoon.com/rethinking-...
re: Programmers who only code at work
Fine by me, fine by them. it's just that people spend thei...
re: What are some concepts in TypeScript that you'd like to know more about?
a good decorator explanation and how typescript is a good e...
re: The beautiful thing called EventEmitter
Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked it. I thought a rep...
re: Looping through objects in JavaScript
it's generally easier to read. I'd say this has more to ...
re: 10 JavaScript array methods you should know
it is essentially the same, I just pointed out what is a be...
re: Pro tip: using Promise.then for function composition
YES! I wish more people started to use similar patterns to ...
re: Is This Snowflake Code?
Yes I understand the reasons behind a good question, and wh...
re: Is This Snowflake Code?
I find the So moderators community one of the most toxic of...
re: 10 JavaScript array methods you should know
I think it's more likely to compare it to the array constru...
re: Oh Javascript... 🙄
I've run across this issue several times over the last year...
re: Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails
Ahh The love for sails <3 Who wouldn't love sails? Sails...
re: How to Fix Burnout as a Developer
I Spent the last two years without any vacations, because I...
re: Which JavaScript frameworks should you learn in 2018?
To be fair, and pick up a bit of both worlds, I'd say give ...
re: Pencil.js
Thanks! finally some OOP with all this fuss about Functiona...
re: A Quick, Practical Use Case for ES6 Generators: Building an Infinitely Repeating Array
Cool article! thanks for the nice read, I always wanted a u...
re: Javascript needs competition on the front end. Thoughts?
Well this is happening already with WebAssembly, I'm not on...
re: A simple tip for cleaner code
while I personally go for the first one, I tend to be a lit...
re: ORM vs. SQL?
I go simple, the repetitive stuff goes on the orm and the c...
re: Things that weren't so obvious when you started to program in Python
Great post and Great answers!
re: Visual Studio Code is My Favorite Text Editor
Have you tried disable all extensions by default and only e...
re: Is PHP relevant?
Not to troll but, I've seen companies still using Visual Ba...
re: Choosing a JavaScript build tool: to config or not config
I think its worth mention the fuse-box project it falls und...
re: Describe the worst coding culture you've been a part of
As you may have seen with php projects, I had to maintain a...
re: What the heck is a "Progressive Web App"? Seriously.
What do you mean downhill?
re: When is it time to leave?
Well This indeed tells me stuff I've been wondering when I'...
re: What was the worst bug you've ever written?
I wrote a piece of code that normally worked fine, but one ...
re: Were you born to be a developer?
I always wanted to be a chemist, but life (and mostly mysel...
re: Rust, inspire me please!
I get you, I do. I'm not looking to replace node with rust...
re: Rust, inspire me please!
Most that I've been looking at is source code from projects...
re: Rust, inspire me please!
Hey thanks for the lovely response I will definitely check ...
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