By Cliff Gilley of The Clever PM
What else should a programmer do on a cloudy Sunday afternoon if not fiddle around with something new? So, since I’m practicing some functional stuff a while now (Elixir, Erlang, and Phoenix-Framework) I wonder if there is a good functional oriented frontend language for the browser. And of course, there is one: ELM-LANG
MS officially moving their a*— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) September 30, "2017"
Although I’m not sure if this is good or bad news ;-) …https://t.co/6MolOcoCTb
“We’ve found that users of these editors tend to pass our interview at an above-average rate.” …https://t.co/TzDyvvEJZA— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) September 22, "2017"
This guy should be knighted http://pic.twitter.com/63iXvU9qlK— Alan White (@aljwhite) September 21, "2017"
“Visualise your desires as a system related to a purpose, not your ideas about solutions”— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) September 20, "2017"
Elixir/Phoenix – Module js/app not found - After updating Phoenix to 1.3.0 app.js was not loaded properly… https://t.co/JYwQzOh5yy— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) September 5, "2017"
After updating Phoenix to 1.3.0 app.js was not loaded properly anymore. I got the error
module js/app not found although
js/app was loaded. e.g.
confirm: "Sure?" option doesn’t work with my delete-buttons.
Ruby on the Command Line | Hashrocket … nice read https://t.co/eintE1acUU— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) August 17, "2017"
That’s pretty cool stuff. I only wonder wtf the majority of devs chose the worst language out there to do this ?! :)https://t.co/m41GTgSq08— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) July 28, "2017"
Phoenix 1.3.0 out! // 1st class umbrella support // Phoenix as a web-interface to your greater Elixir application 👍https://t.co/Ug6aPGWzjj— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) July 28, "2017"
📹 In Memoriam – Peter Hulan 1953–2001 https://t.co/Tt7bEWqMMp— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) July 24, "2017"
How Discord Scaled Elixir to 5,000,000 Concurrent Users - https://t.co/ZaxFbTIZcN— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) July 17, "2017"
We have patched the vulnerability you reported http://pic.twitter.com/OIun7iIAVB— Binni Shah (@binitamshah) July 14, "2017"
Sadly, many developers simply set up a CI server and falsely assume they are “doing CI” when in reality they miss out on all the benefits. Common failure modes include: running CI against a shared mainline but with infrequent commits, so integration isn’t really continuous; running a build with poor test coverage; allowing the build to stay red for long periods; or running CI against feature branches which results in continuous isolation. The ensuing “CI theatre” might make people feel good, but would fail any credible CI certification test.
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