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ジョーリン 👻
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Thorsten Ball Feb 20
It's tuesday morning. Not for the first time in his life our protagonist types "validate URL regex" into his search. Two hours later we find him again, slumped over his desk, crying. Not for the first time in his life.
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Sean Rose Feb 15
The more and more I advance in my career the more and more obvious it becomes that no one truly knows what they're doing, at any level.
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ジョーリン 👻 Feb 16
Replying to @sheley
If you have any questions, feel free to send me a DM.
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ジョーリン 👻 Feb 15
Replying to @sheley
If you like to work in a small team and create something meaningful, the company I'm working for is looking for JS devs. Would be great to have you with us!
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Stephanie Hurlburt Feb 11
I totally respect but can not relate to (and often have a hard time being friends with) people whose main life priority is to “make a big impact on the world.”
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Stephanie Hurlburt Feb 10
I’m always looking for stories that counter the “to do anything great you must devote your whole life to it!” belief Today taught me Franz Kafka was a successful insurance officer & there’s evidence he really enjoyed his day job, writing great stories in off hours
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Saron Feb 10
Reminder: changing your goals, your strategy, your life as a result of gaining new information is not failure. It's growth.
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Robert Stuttaford Feb 9
As a software engineer, well-developed skills for writing in the human language spoken by your team are far more important and necessary than well-developed skills for writing in the computer languages spoken by your systems.
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Sam Kalidi Jan 11
Stormtroopers walking down the stairs followed by Darth Vader.
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TwistedDoodles Feb 6
If at first you don’t succeed...
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Programming Wisdom Jan 30
“Sometimes, the elegant implementation is just a function. Not a method. Not a class. Not a framework. Just a function.” - John Carmack
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𝕁𝕒𝕞𝕚𝕖 𝕂 Jan 20
JavaScript testing frameworks would be better if they didn't have describe() or beforeEach/afterEach(). Why the hell have we decided that this is a good way to test code?
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joshua stein Jan 22
Don't pipe that curl download to a shell, it could do something dangerous. Instead, download the source archive and then blindly execute the 300Kb of obfuscated shell script as "./configure"
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I Am Devloper Jan 23
Typescript is like JavaScript but for developers who also listen to Radiohead.
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Leigh McCulloch Jan 19
If you're avoiding services like DynamoDB/Datastore/Spanner/SQS/PubSub out of fear of lock in, remember that managing Cassandra, Kafka, ZooKeeper, etc yourself is also lock in.
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Alex Farquhar Jan 16
Replying to @jonpither
All codebases get into trouble when people can’t be arsed to simplify them or don’t know how to. I’m increasingly thinking that this is a feature of particular people and not of particular languages
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Mark Imbriaco Jan 16
When you're thinking about monitoring, start with the question "How do I know that the system is working?" Don't try to skip ahead to "How do I know what's wrong?" until you answer the first question.
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Adam 👑🗑️🐔 Jan 14
every library should have a good science fiction and fantasy section
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Spectre Server Jan 16
optimisim in 2018 is hoping that the interface for launching the missles is better than the one for sending the alerts.
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Programming Wisdom Jan 16
“The problem about all graphical programming languages is that when your project becomes complex, not only will you have spaghetti code, bit it will actually look like spaghetti too.” - Unknown
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