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Considering how much the command line is an integral part of the developer’s workflow, it should not be thought overly difficult or tedious to learn.
At one time I avoided it myself, but one day began teaching myself ways to make the difficult as easy as it should be. I got over the hurdle, and you can too. It was worth investing my time to increase my command line comfort-level, and I am going to share a few tips and …
A Reasonable Approach for Getting Comfortable With Command Line is a post from CSS-Tricks
A few months ago or so, I made a post about what the singleton pattern costs you. Although I stated my case in terms of trade-offs rather than prescriptive advice, I still didn’t paint the singleton pattern in a flattering light. Instead, I talked about the problems that singletons tend to create in codebases.
Whenever I’ve talked about the singleton pattern, anywhere I’m blogging, the general response follows a typical signature. It attracts a relatively large amount of shares (usually indicating support) and traffic (often indicating support) while generating comments (these often contain objections). Generally, the response follows this pattern from Stack Overflow. At the time of writing:
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