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Bartekus
People that walk to the rhythms of their own heart and mind, will always arrives at their destination.
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Bartekus Jun 19
In magic arts, this is also know as misdirection...
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Bartekus Jun 19
I'd venture to say that this is perhaps the biggest conundrum of human experience. Indeed, our reality is formulated throughout our perception, ie. what ears hear, and eyes see, the mind believes.
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Bartekus Jun 19
I too struggle with the idea that ultimately, reality is subjective to the individual and their own preconceived ideas/experience, of the truth.
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Bartekus Jun 19
Seems like it, exactly.
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Bartekus Jun 19
Please, do elaborate for the benefit of all.
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Bartekus Jun 19
Ugh selenium... asynchronous functionality? No problem, just use wait... WTF!? All kidding aside, I'm certainly glad that TestCafe is now an option instead of selenium web driver dinosaur.
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Bartekus Jun 11
Replying to @jaredpalmer
There's always especially if you love PostgreSQL & type safety, but dislike ORM's
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Bartekus Jun 5
Anyone working with react-native-web cross-platform development who's willing to share some interesting tips, insights or ideas? I'm currently working on a framework that's based on RNW and I would love to hear anything and everything that's on your mind regarding this subject!
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Bartekus May 8
Moving away from a big city has turn out to be very bad move for me as a software engineer.
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Bartekus May 7
So the fact that they are doubling down on react-native means that react-native-web idea is more powerful than reactxp. By focusing on react-native, react-native-web enables targeting desktop/mobile/web platforms with singular code base. DevHub is an excellent example of that.
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Bartekus May 7
Reactxp is a Microsoft's take on cross-platform code sharing, ala react-native-web. The difference is that while react-native-web ports react-native to web, reactxp will use react for web and desktop and react-native for mobile.
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Hacker Fantastic Mar 7
A second security relevant issue has been discovered in , when importing files a client-side arbitrary file read via XML Entity Injection exists when importing XML based files. Great find!
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Bartekus Mar 7
Replying to @SiteNook
*it's* err
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Bartekus Mar 7
Replying to @SiteNook
You can also use it to automate some of the tasks that you wish to perform as a way to programmatically offload the tedious work that has to be performed. Indeed it could even be used as a way of auto-document code signature when reverse engineering malware/viruses or trojans.
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Bartekus Mar 7
Replying to @SiteNook
Ofcourse if not, you and I know this, but others might not, even if it seem obvious.
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Bartekus Mar 6
Replying to @gatsbyjs
I missed another good backend to use with :
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Bartekus Mar 6
Replying to @jasnell @qconlondon
I'm not a fan of the latter however, as in general I don't like magic boxes, or stuff that I can't test in almost pedantically granular way.
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Bartekus Mar 6
Replying to @jasnell @qconlondon
I could see stream as possible alternative, and perhaps observers, is there anything else?
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Bartekus Mar 5
You know what's absent from this list? which with suport of backends such as: makes for the best CMS, hand down, no competition & case closed!
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Bartekus Mar 5
Replying to @hackerfantastic
Maybe and just maybe, it comes very useful if I'd like to RE something inside VM running foreign OS, no?
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