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  1. Feb 2021
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    1. Ruby is the programming language used in Translation Proxy. For Sarah, Object Oriented Design “done the Ruby way” is so enjoyable and is the part of her work that she likes most.
  6. Jul 2020
    1. Because the Web IDE is based on the Monaco Editor, you can find a more complete list of supported languages in the Monaco languages repository. Under the hood, Monaco uses the Monarch library for syntax highlighting.
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  10. Feb 2020
    1. k6 does not run in Node.js because it would perform poorly while running larger tests.Javascript is not generally well suited for high performance. It's a Go program - to achieve maximum performance - embedding a JavaScript runtime for running tests written in JavaScript.
  11. Dec 2019
    1. Superseded by (replacement project): https://github.com/QTodoTxt/QTodoTxt2/


      Before I realized there was a replacement project:

      Blah. Looks good but unmaintained. Too many competing forks.

      Other interesting fork: https://github.com/kmicc/QTodoTxt/tree/dev

      This branch is 17 commits ahead, 201 commits behind QTodoTxt:dev. https://github.com/QTodoTxt/QTodoTxt/compare/master...kmicc:dev https://github.com/kmicc/QTodoTxt/network

  12. Nov 2019
  13. Oct 2019
    1. Try to avoid mucking with native prototypes, including Array.prototype, if you don't know who will be consuming your code (3rd parties, coworkers, yourself at a later date, etc.). There are ways to safely extend prototypes (but not in all browsers) and there are ways to safely consume objects created from extended prototypes, but a better rule of thumb is to follow the Principle of Least Surprise and avoid these practices altogether.
    2. He's not messing with them he's extending them for Arrays.