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Author, Programmer, Entrepreneur

I want to master the art of living through mastering the art of writing prose, developing software, and selling what I make.


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comment Harmful temptations in programming
@MattFenwick sorry if you got confused with my name. I changed my nickname after writing this answer. I see that your background is more in research. My answer derives largely from my experience of developing solutions to sell. But I am sure, there are certain similarities between my line of work and yours since we both do programming.
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comment Harmful temptations in programming
Points 6-9 pertain more to the neurotic tendencies of a programmer. I read somewhere (can't find it) that a designer would always approach any problem with a design solution; a marketer with a marketing solution; and a programmer with a code solution. Yes, the dreaded "When you have a golden hammer, all you see are nails syndrome". THis is particular evident in point 6) Solving a productivity problem with more programming
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comment Harmful temptations in programming
@MattFenwick Hi there, thank you for your +1. Points 1-5 usually applied in the scenario of creating a product to sell, though you can also apply it to scenarios where your tendency to find the best answer leads you to research extensively on prior art. E.g., in research.
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comment what tools should I use for quality assurance and testing for front end javascript?
Thank you for the suggestions. My javascript code is more for stuff like: a) when hover over something, something happens. b) when drag n drop, something happens. For code like these, how do I write such unit tests?
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comment Should an API platform enforce only receiving JSON requests?
Your last statement is right. I just don't see the same benefits for enforcing on the Requests to be JSON. So if I am making the usual GET/POST/PUT/DELETE requests and there is file upload involved in some of the api calls, should i still enforce certain formats for the Content-Type?
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