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Denis Khranovskiy
Software engineer, JS/Node.js/C#/.net/λ- programming/front-end/back-end/jack of all trades. ex-DevExpress. I'm looking for a remote work.
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Hart Feb 13
Here’s the greatest tiktok I’ll ever make.
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JavaScript Teacher Feb 14
Easy: HTML. CSS. JavaScript. Arrays. Functions. Promises. async/await. TypeScript. CRUD. MySQL. MongoDB. Vue. React. Angular. Router. Login. Registration. API end-points. Flex. Grid. UX. UI. Hard: Putting it all together to finish a project.
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Igal Tabachnik Feb 14
Ok, totally serious question. I've spent most of my career working on dev tooling. I haven't had the need to touch a database, and I wouldn't even know what to do with it. What books are recommended for practical distributed systems design?
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Андрей Ситник Feb 12
«Мы сейчас делаем команду распределённой — я не боюсь, что мы начнём работать менее эффективно» «Сан-Франциско должен перестать был центром притяжения, мы должны работать откуда угодно <…> эта идея штаб-квартиры — очень старая концепция, которая умирает» — , CEO Твиттера
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Nikita Feb 12
Wait a second! I’ve already heard this type of argument before… about ORMs. Well people are people I guess, doomed to repeat same mistakes over and over
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John Brooks Feb 10
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Gabbie Gaspard Feb 9
since this is getting a lot of attention on all my other social media it felt appropriate to post it here too 💀
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Miguel de Icaza Feb 9
2.5 years without Facebook: Not only I am happier, I found more time to spend with my programming hobby and read more.
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Daniel Vassallo Feb 8
If you’re a programmer, you can: - Make SaaS products - Write eBooks - Make apps - Create video courses - Do freelancing - Give live training - Do paid support - Publish a paid newsletter If you accumulate $325/day from doing many of these at the same time, you’ll make $10K/mo.
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Igal Tabachnik Feb 7
How about a ? Post yours!
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Denis Khranovskiy Feb 4
99% done with Database Internals, by Alex Petrov
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Igal Tabachnik Jan 28
I just published my initial devcontainer setup for , allowing you to install a Haskell environment (via HIE) with zero effort! Please try it, and send PRs to make it better (I really have no idea what I'm doing 😅)
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Paul Stovell Jan 27
I wrote a bit about our experience with Octopus Deploy as a Microsoft partner, and how I think it relates to the issues in .NET open source.
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Ali Spittel 🐞 Jan 24
Hi, hello. I am recruiting for a senior C++ position. You must also know Rust, Kubernetes, JavaScript, PHP, and Brainfuck. We will give you $1 and 0 days off. But we have a ping pong table and beer. Plz work 4 us after 18 rounds of whiteboarding. Ur impressive.
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Kelly Sommers Jan 22
Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projs are Go & all this OSS used to be Java Kubernetes - Deploy (Go) Prometheus - Monitoring (Go) CoreDNS - DNS (Go) Jaeger - Tracing (Go) Vitess - DB scaling (Go) NATS - Messaging (Go) ETCD - Key/Value store (Go) NOBODY considers .NET
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Igal Tabachnik Jan 20
Name 1 technology born in Microsoft/.NET that was widely adopted/replaced native technology outside the MS-world.
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Paul Graham Jan 15
Подборка 143 переводов эссе Пола Грэма (из 184):
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Igal Tabachnik Jan 16
All talks are now online! Thank you and for recording, and for organizing, and all attendees for the fantastic event!
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Rick Brewster Jan 10
1/ So about 5 years ago I came up with something called the SingleUseCriticalSection. It's been happily guarding access to lazily initialized data (basically Lazy<T>) in Paint​.NET for about 5 years now, so I thought I'd share it:
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Tobi Lutke 🌳🌲🛒🕹 Dec 26
I realize everyone's twitter feed looks different. But I'll go ahead and subtweet two conversations that I see going by right now: a) How the heck did Shopify get so big this decade and b) You have to work 80 hours a week to be successful. Thread/
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