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re: Fathom: An Open Source Google Analytics Alternative
Matomo is the default choice for "self hosted Google analyt...
re: How To Serve Node.js Applications with Nginx on a Raspberry
You can use ufw package to block incoming traffic at a port...
re: The dangers of the unibrow(ser)
We'll have to wait and see what the future holds. This may ...
re: The dangers of the unibrow(ser)
I think anyone reading the article would think that way. N...
re: Using arrow function to define a method
I think it's more important to be consistent. If you are us...
re: Blog Comments Powered by GitHub
I think Microsoft has moved their docs to github, and is us...
re: Adding RSS with .NET Core
I've mostly finished getting it up and running. Since I'm n...
re: Shumway Shiv: Scant Success
I like how detailed your post is :-) I probably wouldn't ha...
re: Adding RSS with .NET Core
Really glad you liked it :-)
re: Sharing your apps with the world for 5$
All routers have a config which redirects incoming traffic ...
re: Adding RSS with .NET Core
Thanks for the suggestion, updated post.
re: 10 Things I Regret About Node.js
I think every software developer can learn a lot from this ...
re: I made a mistake implementing a React Hook and got a denial of service from my backend
This is going to become one of those errors which we accide...
re: Caching Data in frontend
Currently only session storage has automatic data clearance...
re: Caching Data in frontend
Thanks for the comment, I did look into it, but I think tha...
re: What's your dream job?
I'm totally on-board
re: A Look at Stack Overflow Mobile vs Web Popularity Trends
Since, .net docs have improved a lot and stack overflow is ...
re: A Look at Stack Overflow Mobile vs Web Popularity Trends
I think comparing trends for different technologies is some...
re: Introduction to Cloud Storage for Developers
Azure storage is one of the best services for great cost. T...
re: 🐳 Kubernetes for the Modern Developer 🐳
That's a great post for first time!
re: Google to pay JavaScript frameworks to implement performance-first code
Since this is in respect to javascript community and it aff...
re: Dividing by zero
It really boils down to the context and the problem, any re...
re: Dividing by zero
If we go by a recursive division implementation, we get an ...
re: Dividing by zero
A church encoding implementation of division of zero seems ...
re: Security Sprint: The new Internet
I would love something like ipfs to be usable in the near f...
re: An example of why performance matters (with Python and Rust)
Maybe this experiment can benefit if compiled in cython 🤔
re: 🙈 "youtube.com" is down - proving it with UI testing!
So you watch LTT too. Man of culture.
re: Recursive rendering in React: Building a universal JSON renderer
We have peaked react.
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind)
So I've been at this since I last commented and I'm pretty ...
re: Uncomfortable Situations Don't Go Away
This is such a good post.
re: Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind)
I'm going to try this right now and give my input :-)
re: Stop saying you dont have time!
A lot of people are productive when they work late. I, like...
re: How do you do random?
Going the OG route
re: How do you do random?
Python has a cryptographically secure library called "secre...
re: Ripping Youtube vids on the cmd line
Also the youtube-dl devs provide windows executable i.e. an...
re: Ripping Youtube vids on the cmd line
You don't need cygwin but you'll need to install python. Af...
re: Ripping Youtube vids on the cmd line
It's a python library so you have to pip install it in wind...
re: Life After Windows: Notes from the Other Side
I haven't tried BSD but I want to. I've heard it is a lot m...
re: Going Cloud
Eclipse che takes up a lot of performance and runs poorly o...
re: Going Cloud
I tried to install eclipse che on a personal vm, but found ...
re: Going Cloud
As a matter of fact I did try mosh, but found it slow compa...
re: Setting up a Private Ethereum Test Network
There is also ganache a tool to set up a very basic ethereu...
re: Run GUI app in linux docker container on windows host
You can run dockerized x server apps on ec2 but there are t...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
I haven't made a full production app in Java, but have done...
re: React - Asynchronous Component Rendering Wrapper
For lower level control you can even make AsyncComponent pa...
re: PowerShell Tutorial (Especially for People Who Hate PowerShell)
Also a great post !!
re: PowerShell Tutorial (Especially for People Who Hate PowerShell)
I haven't learned PowerShell but I am pretty positive about...
re: Cryptoheist!
Thanks for taking the time and clarifying. I'll read up mor...
re: Cryptoheist!
Great Article! But I had a small question. I understood wha...
re: Defense Against the Dark Arts: CSRF Attacks
A great post on csrf. 👏👏
re: Nginx, Let’s Encrypt and taking my own server down 😢
Also, backing up your nginx config is pretty important, may...
re: What's the big deal with privacy?
Great point!
re: Explain Pseudocode
There is no single set way to write pseudocode. Even in tra...
re: What's the big deal with privacy?
Educating everyone is definitely the best and a durable sol...
re: What's the big deal with privacy?
Masses are easily influced, we have seen examples of this t...
re: What's the big deal with privacy?
For me, it's not just my privacy. Sure, we share a lot of o...
re: A Major Announcement for the DEV Community
I think you should list the ICO today itself and set a pric...
re: JavaScript’s “this” Explained By Starting A High School Band
Greatly explained. Thanks !!
re: I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?
That's a great use case. Would love to know more about whic...
re: Answers to common questions about render props
Render props are easier to reason by than HOCs. I always fi...
re: How to Refactor an Anime Newsletter
Can you post the link to that repo. If that's okay 😅
re: Please Stop Using Local Storage
Now, I want to know, how BaaS handles these.
re: To 30 Billion and Beyond
One of the good articles I've read. Also, this excites me a...
re: A Nice TypeScript Buildchain
Setting module to CommonJs will compile async await to ES6,...
re: Safari is the New Internet Explorer
Maybe, someday, folks at google will realize what they are ...
re: Safari is the New Internet Explorer
In the end it falls on us, as developers and users to keep ...
re: Safari is the New Internet Explorer
There will always be small sites where developers are lazy ...
re: Safari is the New Internet Explorer
But this is actually a troubling fact. Chrome is still a go...
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