Oh boy. The paragraph about falling in love with the solution over the original problem. šŸ’Æ Iā€™m could be so much better at this.


goodnight sweet prince pic.twitter.com/6ZZFZcnKnl

ā€” everest (@everestpipkin) April 3, 2021

Folks! Please a send me your favourite articles, videos, and books on automated e2e browser testing. Iā€™m particularly interested in the practice and architecture of a comprehensive e2e testing platform. Thankssss šŸ™ šŸ™‡ā€ā™‚ļø āœ…

Really excellent article by @whereistanya@twitter.com on, well, being kind, particularly in tech. Soooo many ways I need to be better at this stuff. šŸ“


  • FrontPage šŸ™ˆ
  • DreamWeaver
  • TextWrangler
  • Coda
  • SublimeText
  • TextMate
  • RubyMine
  • Vim
  • WebStorm
  • Vim āœØ

What is your history of text editors/IDEs?

I know Iā€™m missing some, but mine over the course of 14 years...

- Dreamweaver
- Netbeans
- Notepad++
- Brackets
- Sublime Text
- Atom
- VS Code

ā€” Brad Traversy (@traversymedia) March 13, 2021

Today I'm working at the office for the first time since May 2020. I'm suddenly aware of how much I talk to myself while I work.

I've used the same comment to approve PRs in every company I've worked for since 2009. It conveys nicely how I feel about a job well done. Thank you little snippet.

āœØāœØāœØāœØšŸ’–šŸ‘ WUNDERBAR! šŸ‘šŸ’–āœØāœØāœØāœØ


The way daft punk flipped the sample for one more time is still so crazy to me pic.twitter.com/WIbKWKa1CD

ā€” Neh (@NehhLmao) February 22, 2021

TIL calling RegExp.prototype.test multiple times can return different results when the regex is a global one. šŸ¤Æ


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RegExp.prototype.test() - JavaScript | MDN

RegExp.prototype.test() - JavaScript | MDN

The test() method executes a search for a match between a regular expression and a specified string. Returns true or false.