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Michael Freidgeim
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Michael Freidgeim Sep 16
, In the article Could you wrap long code snippets? Currently they are truncated, e.g. “Get-AzStorageBlob -Container $containerName -Context $storageContext | Get-AzStorageBlobContent -Destinatio”
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Michael Freidgeim Sep 3
Replying to @Microsoft @MS_Ignite
when the topics will be available on the Agenda section?
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Michael Freidgeim Jul 25
via “If you push directly to the master branch frequently (as you do with trunk-based development), code review requests will increase.“ it is irrelevant to trunk-based development:If you push frequently, code review requests will increase.
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Michael Freidgeim Jun 13
, I am not fully agree with your point in , that unit tests took minimal time to write. Creating test data and mock dependencies may be more time consuming that create e2e test.
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Michael Freidgeim May 30
Replying to @tutorialstchr
your page , showing first in Google, incorrectly states that “the number of parameters should be the same.” There are different examples (E.g. )showing that It is not necessary, if implementation is compatible with all overloads.
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Michael Freidgeim May 23
In in couple of places you use “contact test“. Is it just misspell of contract?
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Michael Freidgeim Apr 9
you should include create/ last update time to your articles/PDFs to help understand is the content is still relevant. Example
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Michael Freidgeim Mar 6
Replying to @jonnyevans_cw
In you wrote: You access these tools by scrolling to the bottom of the Share menu and tapping Manage. The actual menu on iPad is “Edit Actions”
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Michael Freidgeim Feb 21
In article “Real integration tests with React, Redux and Router” code examples are not visible. I am using Safari on iPad
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Michael Freidgeim Feb 21
“Scaling your Redux App with ducks” suggests subfolder instead of single file per module- **re-duck** pattern, different structure to Redux Ducks Pattern Could you please change the title to avoid confusion?
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Michael Freidgeim Feb 21
Re The second link actually points to **re-duck** article, that is a different structure to Redux Ducks Pattern (subfolder instead of single file per module)
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Michael Freidgeim Dec 5
Replying to @Yaakov
**Be agile**. Every future change should be described as a separate question to allow proper discussions with both answers and comments. Many bugs could be avoided if they would be brainstormed on Meta on the early stage and consider all possible usage scenarios.
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Michael Freidgeim 27 Nov 19
All code examples in the article are shown as single lines and hard to read(I am using iPad Safari). Please reformat them “This collection of common Redux-saga patterns will make your life easier.”
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Michael Freidgeim 25 Nov 19
Replying to @gblock @SaraJChipps
When you great Sara, did you realize the damage her actions caused to SO, both company and community?It causes reputation and legal issues, loosing leaders from the community will  degradation the quality of content.
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Michael Freidgeim 25 Nov 19
Replying to @df07 @SaraJChipps
In her first blog post admitted that she is unable to accept criticism and takes it personally and she is not tolerant to other’s opinion. It highlights that she is incompetent for the position of Director of Public Q&A. .
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Michael Freidgeim 25 Nov 19
Replying to @df07
When you wrote that you proud on Sara’s work, did you realize the damage her actions caused to SO, both company and community?It causes reputation and legal issues, loosing leaders from the community will reduce the quality of content.
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Michael Freidgeim 17 Nov 19
Replying to @StackOverflow
The change was done without good reasoning and despite of users feedback, which is mainly negative
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Michael Freidgeim 15 Nov 19
Defend Monica from Defamation by Stack Overflow
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Michael Freidgeim 15 Nov 19
Stack Exchange Code of Conduct Update Enforces Pronoun Rule via
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