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Shunning Frameworks

I’ve used frameworks for about every language I’ve used throughout my entire career. I’ve always picked up a language and a framework at the same time – using the framework as a guide for what is possible, what the best practices are, and how to write idiomatic code. Quality, of course, varies by framework. Over …

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gRPC Clients

Not speaking for my employer, but about my employer: Our entire QA team has scoured the internet looking for a gRPC equivalent of Postman. So many contenders… so many failures. Not a single client we’ve found has been able to do a fraction of what we want. The closest we got was a cli tool …

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The Death of Edge

Update: Brave has also fallen. Microsoft released Edge on July of 2015, dethroning IE’s decades long reign on error. Initially, Edge was going to support the legacy IE renderer, but this idea became the laughing stock of Redmond (or so I assume) and they abandoned it. Web developers the world over cheered, until they realized …

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Changing All My Passwords

Safari now supports favicons in tabs so has become my new default browser (actually using the Safari Technology Preview) and it is much faster than anything else I’ve come across. Especially impressive is the credentials system. I was surprised to learn I had a similar password on 50+ sites – GitHub went so far as …

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Facebook Using 2FA To Better Target Users

This is probably the last straw for me with Facebook. I’ve actively avoided the platform for probably the last year, only logging in to delete old posts. If so many third-party apps did not rely on this criminal enterprise, as other’s have called it, I would ditch Facebook in a heartbeat. Funny thing, I have …

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