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hisophiabrandt
coding & functional programming with Vim, RPGs (pen & paper), communication & negotiation, maybe a geek, language learner (ATM French)
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Murphy Randle Dec 13
If you'd like to see all of the lessons I'm releasing over time about making a server in and you can follow this playlist on :
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hisophiabrandt Dec 12
Replying to @john_errwin
That game had great ideas that got popular later with other games. oldschoolhack was before its time. It's a pity that it didn't get developed further.
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hisophiabrandt Dec 9
Top 4 Tactics To Keep Node.js Rockin’ in by
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Paweł Kochanek Dec 8
What makes ReasonML so great? I don't know yet, but I will give it a try.
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hisophiabrandt Dec 3
"💪 React + MobX Crash Course (in 5 pics!)" by
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✨ Eli ✨ Dec 2
This is the fan art I've been working recently, Vin from the Mistborn trilogy. I enjoyed the books so much, I'm so happy finally I managed to find some time to pay tribute to them (I was dying to paint that cape 👀) Hope you like it!
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hisophiabrandt Dec 1
Replying to @rita_krutikova
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hisophiabrandt Dec 1
Perhaps starting with `create-react-app` and adding ReasonReact on top? But I'd still suggest learning React first. Without it, I find it too hard to start Reason.
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Andrei Neagoie Nov 30
Here is the new issue of Web Developer Monthly! We have another busy month in November with some great things happening in the industry. Here is what you missed 🐒💪:
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hisophiabrandt Nov 28
Great book for CSS layouts.
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Laurie Nov 26
Flight attendant: Is there a doctor on this flight? Dad: *nudging me* that should've been you Me: Not now Dad Dad: Not asking for a Technical Educator to help, are they? Me: Dad, plz Dad: Go and see if a code example will help
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hisophiabrandt Nov 24
Replying to @Paratron @eleven_ty
That's great. When you're finished, will you make the code public? As a beginner programmer, I always find it it useful to see how more experienced devs approach a problem.
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hisophiabrandt Nov 24
Replying to @Paratron
And this of course:
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hisophiabrandt Nov 24
Replying to @Paratron @eleven_ty
Yeah, I hear you. Ghost is not up to par with its competitors. If you're looking for an alternative static site generator, (JS) and Hugo (Golang) are both good imho. Or you could even use Pandoc with shell scripts/makefiles.
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Jordan ⚛️🆁 Nov 24
Wrote a post about creating constrainable variants. Middle ground between regular variants & polymorphic variants. Among other things, helps break up big pattern matches across multiple files while keeping comprehensiveness checks.
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Carolyn Nov 22
(Almost one month later) I published a summary of my learnings from a dedicated to removing words like 'simple' and 'easy' from docs - including a step-by-step guide for how you can do it too! 🎃✍️✨ via
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hisophiabrandt Nov 21
Great article that explains how React and Redux work and why they matter. “React, Redux and JavaScript Architecture” by
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hisophiabrandt Nov 20
My top 5 for 2020 are: 1. Vim/NeoVim 2. Git 3. or 4. Gitkraken 5. Hugo/another static site generator (for my blog) What are yours?
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James Sinclair Nov 19
The final article is out. Including my thoughts on where to go next… “Algebraic Data Types: Things I wish someone had explained about functional programming” by
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hisophiabrandt Nov 19
Replying to @piyukore06
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