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Testing Time-Based Ethereum Smart Contracts in Solidity Without a Test Suite
If your contract revolves around time as a key mechanic, you’ll find yourself waiting for extended periods of time or frequently missing important time windows as you switch back and forth from code editor to wallet.
Strong Types of Pattern Matching in Elixir
There are various ways to define the shape of the data you expect. This post shows the various forms pattern matching can take in Elixir.
5 Task Prioritization Strategies for Getting Out of the Weeds
I’ve learned, as an engineer at Revelry, that these wait-mares from my time in the service industry have actually helped to prepare me for the moments it feels like I am crashing and burning in glorious fashion.
Google Maps React Component in ES6
This purpose of this article is simply to give an up-to-date example of a React Google Maps component using ES6.
Using Null to Write Better Sass Mixins
Use null values in your Sass mixin to erase the style properties you don’t need.
Free SSL Quickly and Easily with Dokku and Let’s Encrypt
Putting Dokku and Let’s Encrypt together only takes 3 commands and is probably the fastest way to deploy SSL on any platform. This extremely short guide assumes a working dokku v0.4.0+ setup.
Apprenticeship : Workspace Essentials to Round Out the Learning Process
“There’s nothing you can’t do if you get the habits right.” I’d like to highlight the workspace essentials, processes, and resources that have been most useful in my learning process as an apprentice engineer.
Duck, Duck, Ruby: Duck Typing in Ruby
The implementation of the Ruby language is built using duck typing and it would seem wise to build our Ruby applications in that way.
My Vim Setup
I use relatively few plugins and try to keep my VIM environment as simple as possible. Here are the plugins I really like for a simple vim setup.
React Testing with Jasmine: A Simpler Way
You might want to avoid Jest if you don’t need its features, don’t like its conventions, or if Jest is incompatible with your other tools. If you choose not to use Jest, you can use Jasmine directly instead.