If you have a list, say of imports, where there is no semantic meaning in the ordering, alphabetize it. Alphabetizing makes it easier to find duplicate…
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There’s no reason to leave code commented when checking it in, just delete it. It’s one of the most common pieces of feedback I give while reviewing co…
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A fast programmer lives in their shell. It’s so powerful, there’s almost no reason to leave it. So, it’s important to have a fast setup...
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Austen’s a CEO, so I can’t answer him either. But for you Mr. programmer, I can: Do LeetCode Why LeetCode A musician plays notes. Practicing scales is …
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Today, we’re not talking about code. We’re talking about...
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It’s so true! But why? It turns out, FAANG interviews are all about...
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 Let’s imagine, Le nix, a unix-style restaurant. If it’s your first time at Le nix...
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The Rule of Separation is one of my favorites because it tells me how to modularize code....
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This is part of a series on Unix Design Principles to help us design code that can be written faster. In this post, we’ll discuss the Rule of Economy. …
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Many people know the Unix design principles as “everything is a file” and “do one thing and do it well.”, but few know...
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In this post, we’ll go over the *-to-json and json-to-* tools from the json-toolkit so you can transform (almost) any data to/from json...Transforming …
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In this post, we’ll go over how to use json-format, an easy to use CLI tool to format json. Why use json-format? If you work with json and use git...
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