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Jan
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comment How to avoid old commits/PRs that are painful to merge?
Not sure, possibly because it's not pleasant task.
Jan
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asked How to avoid old commits/PRs that are painful to merge?
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revised How would you teach C# delegate to a newbie?
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Apr
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comment how do you manage api keys?
In my local machine I got everything in bash_profile. For heroku I use heroku config:set API_KEY=123231...
Apr
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comment how do you manage api keys?
That's the problem with heroku. Everything goes through git.
Apr
28
comment how do you manage api keys?
Basically, I used the wrong key, because there were too many from a single provider in my bash_profile. I'd like to remove the global state and single per computer config of bash_profile, but don't want to check-in anything to source control. In other words something virtualenv for secret information.
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comment How would you teach C# delegate to a newbie?
@l46kok before learning delegates is good to know what are interfaces :) same as Java applies. Good enough mental model for beginners
Jun
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comment Forcing people to read and understand code instead of using comments, function summaries and debuggers?
@Arne better? :)
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revised Forcing people to read and understand code instead of using comments, function summaries and debuggers?
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answered Forcing people to read and understand code instead of using comments, function summaries and debuggers?
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Nov
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comment How do developers find the time to stay on top of latest technologies?
Can you add more details? Sites, blogs and the app.
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Sep
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answered How can I really master a programming language?