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Episode 3: String-Based Templates vs. DSLs: the Pros & Cons of Each
Episode 3: String-Based Templates vs. DSLs: the Pros & Cons of Each
In this episode, I break down the main conceptual difference between “string-based templates” such as ERB and “DSLs” such as Papercraft, the various options within each category, and some of the reasons you might want to choose one approach or another depending on your use case.
·fullstackruby.dev·
Episode 3: String-Based Templates vs. DSLs: the Pros & Cons of Each
Anatomy of a Terminal Emulator
Anatomy of a Terminal Emulator
The terminal emulator as a platform for development. Understanding the nitty-gritty, writing some Rust examples and learning how to cause a small bit of mischief.
·poor.dev·
Anatomy of a Terminal Emulator
Why Change Jobs?
Why Change Jobs?
If you ask me what would be my advice to mid-level software engineers these days, it would be to stay where you are if you don’t have a stressful problem and if you’re learning.
·candost.blog·
Why Change Jobs?
Mac Setup for Web Development [2022]
Mac Setup for Web Development [2022]
How I set up my new M1 MacBook Pro as a web developer for professional web development ...
·robinwieruch.de·
Mac Setup for Web Development [2022]
The State of JS 2021
The State of JS 2021
The 2021 edition of the annual survey about the latest trends in the JavaScript ecosystem.
·2021.stateofjs.com·
The State of JS 2021
My password sharing mini-project
My password sharing mini-project
A breakdown on my project of creating a way to send passwords securely.
·herman.bearblog.dev·
My password sharing mini-project
System UI
System UI
·system-ui.com·
System UI
Switching Rich Text Editors, Part 1: Picking Tiptap | Ashby
Switching Rich Text Editors, Part 1: Picking Tiptap | Ashby
Switching rich text libraries in a production app with many daily users isn't easy. We recently changed ours with minimal issues and are sharing our research and process with the hope that it helps you make a similar switch.
·ashbyhq.com·
Switching Rich Text Editors, Part 1: Picking Tiptap | Ashby
We sound like idiots when we talk about technical debt | cyclic.sh
We sound like idiots when we talk about technical debt | cyclic.sh
When we use the term technical debt with non-technical business colleagues, they assume, that technical debt is analogous to financial debt. After a few minutes of discussion they are usually relieved to find that there is no actual money problem. How quickly would the CFO get fired if they claimed “we have a lot of debt” but couldn’t produce a balance sheet with lenders, amounts, interest rates and terms?
·cyclic.sh·
We sound like idiots when we talk about technical debt | cyclic.sh