While the title of this post seems to be a clickbait or an over exaggeration of how a programming language can affect one’s life, it is not wrong. It is not the sole factor, more a piece of a lot of little changes in my life, but it was an important one.
Here is the story of how Elm helped me out of burn out and back to programming with a smile.
When doing web development, it’s not unusual to have to run multiple watchers/server.
For example, you might have an hugo server running next to a webpack watcher.
There is one thing I have noticed with SPA (single page app) login forms. Many
of them keep the password in memory. And when I say in memory, I don’t mean as
freed() memory which may require freezing your PC’s RAM to access,
This is the fourth and last part of my entry about leaving macOS.
This is the third part of my entry about leaving macOS.
This is the second part of my entry about leaving macOS.
This is the first part of my entry about leaving macOS.
In you Ecto model, you might have some virtual fields that needs to be
computed when you
select from your database.