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Client: our app has low ratings, we fired our previous dev company and hiring you instead.
Us: all right, seems like to make a better app we need 5 months.
C: you're kidding, do it in 6 weeks.
U: Ok, but we'll have to drop some features.
C: get rid of X and Y, nobody uses them.
... 6 weeks later...
U: here's the new app: better graphics, easier to use, more stable and more future-proof.
C: Cool! Let's deploy!
... 2 days later...
C: we just released but the users are really pissed off!
U: what do they say?
C: "what the fuck happened with X and Y? they were the only thing we're using! what a load of crap! 1 star"
Dear client, next time get to know better your users...8
Client tests the app and provides feedback ... This sucks! Full of bugs, hard to navigate, nothing works!
1 week later after version 2 client provides new feedback: This rocks! Love it. Easy to use and rock solid!
Changes made: background set to light blue.10
@trogus and I have been working on some cool devRant features that we're going to be launching very soon. In addition, as some might remember from a recent discussion, we're trying to bring in some more revenue (so we can at least break even) to avoid having to think about advertisements in the app. To do that, we're brainstorming possible useful add-on features maybe that we can offer to devRant++ members, or possibly offer for a different plan or as a complimentary product (under the devRant umbrella, but separate in terms of where it's accessed.)
If you have a few minutes, we'd appreciate some feedback by taking this survey @trogus put together: https://surveymonkey.com/r/DT9MKVN/
Also feel free to discuss here too if you want, and thanks everyone!45
Me: Wanna see this website I built this weekend?
Friend: Yeah, sure.
Me: I connected a bunch of APIs so you can snap a photo of yourself and get a recommended song based on your facial expression. Pretty cool, right?
Friend: *thinking* ... I think you should change the size of that button, and the colors are pretty bad, dude.
Every time I show my non-tech friends anything I get this kind of feedback :/19
Just had a feedback session.
Apparently one of my colleague has a problem with me.
The irony is - I didn't even knew the guy's fucking name until now.
I found that pornhub has a feedback section...
This man (wanting white theme) was totally rekt.
See another one in the comments16
This dude has to be my best ever coworker !
Not only does he never disturb me, he also gives me amazing feedback during debugging 🐥10
Guys I've been working on this site for months now. Can you help me and test it? (Write me your feedback on comments pls)
You can take the girl out of C++, but you can't take the C++ out of the girl.
I got this as a feedback to the Matlab assignment I submitted.6
Fucking hate it when a website asks for feedback when I just fucking went to their homepage. Fuck you.2
Have been working on a frontend with actual stats for the DNS server I'm building. This is the result so far (real stats, red blocked domains are marked by me (in redis) as surveillance domains), thoughts?menu15
Created a fast and resource-efficient REST API client built entirely with UWP for Windows 10. Would love to get more feedback: https://jeniusapps.wordpress.com/ni...33
Just Open Sourced my first script: https://github.com/n0ah01/afc.js
It is a ASCII Art Colorizer :-P
Any feedback is much appreciated.9
Senior leadership: "We've had great feedback that these short, quick meetings are highly valuable, so we are going to make them longer."5
Just had chat with Microsoft support to solve a issue. I accepted remote session request. She did something and couldn't find proper a solution to my problem. Finally, she told a temporary solution and quit the chat.
When I was about to give feedback that she wasn't helpful, SHE CLOSED FEEDBACK WINDOW and then ended remote session. Lmao4
Interviewed at Microsoft 2days ago. I feel positive about it. Fingers crossed to see what feedback I get.22
Damn you stackoverflow!
Why can't we declare an answer as outdated or deprecated or just plain out wrong!
I like that you have so many questions, yet when the correct solution is a 0-upvoted by a 0-rep user hidden at the very bottom between a huge amount of wrong answers and whereas the *accepted* yet wrong answer has upvotes that are skyhigh, it just wastes my time.
All that is achieved is a feedback loop enforcing a faulty answer will accumulate ever more upvotes. And waste somebody else's time in the future as well.
I cannot add the correct information, as that would harm the author's intent. I cannot edit the faulty answer to state that there is a better answer, as that would be an attempt to reply. I can downvote it, yet that just a tiny drop on a very hot stone.
All I can do is add a comment pointing to a correct answer, yet that is easily overlooked.
Come on, stackoverflow! This is madness!6
Interviewer: Do you have any questions?
Me: When can I expect to hear back?
Interviewer: The HR will inform you
The HR never contacted me
4 years back I interviewed with a big bank
Neither the interviewer nor HR got back to me
Initially I had hope so I mailed them
Even then I didn’t get any revert
It is understandable that
I might not be deserving of that job
But I felt I deserved a feedback why?
The experience was really disappointing
Recently, a colleague & I were interviewing
“You don’t match our current requirement”
“We will send a written feedback
in a couple of days”, I told the candidate
Later my colleague: “Isn’t it unprofessional
to directly reject the candidate?”
Me: “I feel that an honest no is much better
than false hope from a delayed feedback”
“The candidate can move on
& focus on other interviews better”
Thoughts? Did I do the right thing?
Have you ever got a delayed feedback
or no feedback at all after an interview?9
During an annual review process, my friend, who is a female dev (doesn't work with clients), got feedback that she needs to smile more.
I'd like to hear from the male devs here, how many of you were asked to smile more?66
! Need reviews/feedback
I am working on an app which tells your family if you are working right now or not. So in case they want to call you.21
hi 👋🏻 everyone. Recently I created a file system UI in react. Would love to have some feedback on https://github.com/imshubhamsingh/...9
If you ever feel down at your job: remember that someone, somewhere has to read Windows10 user feedback all day long ;)5
Nice learning experience from Spotify. If a survey response might contain negative feedback, just don't allow it to submit.
Clever Spotify ;)2
The best feeling is writing some software and then random strangers telling you how much they love it. So satisfying.3
This happens when your feedback is too important.
'I’m sorry I didn’t read your marketing email within 2 minutes of getting it. Please forgive me."2
Manager: Send me a MS Teams chat if you have any questions or updates, it's faster than email and you'll get quick feedback from me :) Let's get that feedback loop ROLLING!
Manager: *ignores my (multiple) requests for feedback on MS Teams for over a week.*
I just want to move my tickets into done :(5
Got some feedback for an app today via email...
"You are a fucking idiot! Stupid piece of shit!" Well, I guess one user didn't like it then... Rude fucking wankhat!4
Hello! I am a hobbyist game Developer.
I recently made a game for Android and I would really appreciate it if you downloaded it! I am open to your critique at what's good and what's not! Anything that you think would make the game better?
Inb4 2 question ahead
1. So in another 2 weeks I’ll be getting a new storage to upgrade my laptop, and since I will be developing C# both MVC and ASP.net should I stick to windows or there is a linux distro I could try using. Probably will dual booth if I have to use windows, so friendly linux is nice
2. For the storage I’ll be getting 860 EVO 250gb, any feedback? Also 4gb ram for the upgrade3
Question about the weekly rant!
Does anyone have any topics they think would work well? We're trying to come up with some creative ideas and figure out what devRanters might enjoy the most.
Any feedback is appreciated on the weekly rant feature and possible topics. Thanks!23
i always wanted to have "developer t-shirts" but never liked those cheesy shirts with slogans or jokes everyone of us heard a thousand times. i always wanted something more classy - which shows i'm a programmer but also looks stylish.
so i started to make some designs and have uploaded them to teespring. it's called "foobar apparel" and everything is about foobar.
since this is my first t-shirt campaign i would love your feedback - what do you think about them?
of course i'm happy if you like them and want to buy some - mine are already shipping :)
here's the links: https://teespring.com/stores/...
if this is not the right place to post this here, just delete it - sorry.7
This should keep them busy for a while! asking me 'would I recommend?' Bitch please! that's my feedback6
When Google messes up while creating a Google Form.
This is from the feedback form for a Google event4
DevRant should have a sister app called DevChant where you post, collaborate, and get feedback on ideas, projects and concepts in a positive manner. 🙃6
Hey guys, if you have some time, can you provide feedback on a new website I launched. It aggregates online product reviews and applies AI to them.
Do you think this is a useful website? Thanks in advance!32
Update log: performance improve, API rewritten, fixed all bugs reported, new features implemented, general cleanup of code, documentation and comments update
Feedback: love the new background colour!
Greetings @dfox @trogus, et al,
Here is some feedback with aspirations for the backlog.
I think it would be a good addition in the devRant UI if we could paste in code snippets and have that code display with proper fonts and syntax formatting, and even ideally with highlighting by language.
Currently, if we paste in any code or text for that matter it is translated into a sans-serif font (14px Helvetica Regular on webapp) which is fine for the poetic prose from our fine and noble devRant colleagues, but not ideal for shared monospace snippets of lesser and grand design.
Here are two websites that provide conversion of code snippets into formatted syntax, and HTML. http://hilite.me/ and http://markup.su/highlighter/
Both of these sites provide an API so highlighters can be used as a service.
Thank you @jaaku for your post, and welcome.
devRant for the win
While testing on IE11 today I noticed a smiley face in the upper left corner that brings up a context menu with the options "Send a smile" and "Send a frown".
Turns out that is how you send browser feedback on IE11, the frown being the ability to report a site, and the smile to give positive feedback on the browser.
Turns out you can't send negative feedback for the browser, so I sent positive feedback. What did it say?
"What did you like?"
- How fast google chrome downloaded.1
Department wants us to give feedback on teachers. They ask so many times but they dont consider our feedback at all.
So I got frustrated and wrote a script to automate this process. 😅
Now I won't worry even if they ask 1000 times also. I'll just press f5 😂13
Is it possible to provide feedback on a colleague's code, without him/her getting offended? I haven't figured this out yet..9
Tasked to create a product road map.
Beg for feedback.
Get no feedback.
Present product roadmap to key stake holders.
Bitching, nothing but bitching.4
Got feedback after job interview #33:
Yeah we don’t think you have enough corporate experience...
YOU COULD HAVE READ THAT IN MY RESUME BITCH! STILL YOU SPEND MY FUCKING TIME AND GAS!3
When an application is nearly complete and suddenly there is a recommendation thrown from management to change a technical specifications . Which will change the whole cycle effort meaningless. How does that feel?! Getting it now.
- It doesn't work.
Replying within 20 minutes:
- What is not working? Can you be more specific?
- Out of office. I'll be back [two weeks from now]
I got 2 phone calls from AWS, asking me for feedback about a conference I've never attended. 🤦♂️
👍 For AWS customer service6
Just to be clear - this is not a rant!
Seeing as I have a useless domain, as far as public access is concerned,m, I’ve thrown up a design to make use of it.
This is a feedback session, so I’m really just looking for any takers who want to give any advice, ideas, ect on this.
I got a rejection email today. No feedback. And that's it.
Worst part of rejection is not knowing the reasons.7
I've just published my first open source project, im so excited :D. https://github.com/flabbet/...
It's pixel art editor written in C# in WPF. I would love to hear some feedback!6
I just started work on a new (personal) project for my portfolio and I don't know too much about design, so I'm hoping you guys can give me some feedback.
The project is going to be an app that the user can use to create a Poule (basically something like this but smaller: https://poules.com/us).
Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Also tell me if you'd want to use this type of app with your friends!6
My manager asked me to have colleagues outside engineering dept test an interface for a personal project in order to get the best feedback on UI/X
Is it too much to ask for companies in the current world to be.. oh I don't know.. honest and consistent?
If you advertise on your Job section: "We always give our candidates feedback, whether they got the job or not". Then, *****, give them feedback! I applied and they never got back to me. And no, that's not feedback.6
Hey guys, I published a package to generate typescript types from your BE specs that uses OpenAPI schema. Would love to have some feedback/improvement.
So, I've been developing a little Chrome Extention for people who usually searches quite a lot on Wiki and Wiktionary.
I mainly developed it for my own laziness to open a new tab and search for a term.
What it does is, when you select a word and triggers the extension, it will show a little dialog with Wikipedia and Wiktionary definitions for the selection.
If anyone is curious or interested in the idea, would be helpful to receive some feedback.
(sorry for the logo on the image, it's the only one that I have here, at the moment.)
I remember someone requested features regarding image loading and gifs.
I don't if that's the reason but I opiniated about limited data plans as a concern.
There you go, it's nice to see @dfox and @trogus really care about their users 😆3
My manager tracks progress and issues using Excel.
Asks everyone in the team to put feedback on Trello.
I can't even..... WTF
I've released my unofficial C# wrapper for the devRant public API. Feel free to check it out and contribute if you would like! Feedback is appreciated.
We had a company feedback meeting the other week; an airing of grievances so to speak. One of the complaints was about how when someone calls 911, no one knows exactly where it goes.
The way he phrased it, we all though it was a metaphor. But as they talked about it, someone said, "Wait, are you .. you're taking about real 911 calls? Like this isn't a metaphor?"
All VoIP gets routed via the central office; so when someone from the California office dials 911 on a phone, they get a 911 dispatch in Illinois. 😶3
Hey guys, thank you so much for your feedback. I just got a job offer and i'm super thrilled. Just can't believe it!3
Wishing my devRant friends a great experience at the big Hackathon this weekend. Enjoy and please post feedback Monday! 🌎1
When I can see actual clients using my software, and can get real feedback from them.
I usually work on backstage projects and my job never really affected "real, normal users". When I have something pushed and can really see user feedback and smiles, that means I've made it.
Of course, if that's on a decent job, with a decent team and decent pay. Which is where I am at now.
Soon, the app will be released - if the external infrastructure guy stop sucking. So, I'm hoping to feel I've made it soon, real soon :)
5 tips to INSTANTLY up your CODING GAME
I don’t often self promote. I made this video and am looking for feedback for part 2 so I instantly knew the best place to ask...7
Well I'll be damned if this isn't classic Microsoft feedback. (sorry for blurriness, had to upscale)
So I wrote my first IoT thingy...
And I'm looking for more ideas/feedback to improve it. Atm I have a raspberry pi collecting temperature, humidity and light all on different intervals (because I taught it'd be a challenge to have them all on different intervals ^.^) and I'm displaying that data on http://11601615.pxl-ea-ict.be/iot/ (I'm working on making it pretty).
So any ideas/feedback?6
In VS Code, why may positive feedback be only 257 characters long, where negative feedback can be 270 characters long4
Boss: I wonder how the whole plan failed
Developer *thinking*: If only I could have told this to you weeks ago. Well, I knew you wouldn't listen. Your actions were clear. Your loss. Or maybe it kinda became my plan to fail the plan and it work worked. Idk, lol. Maybe next time don't categorise what I say as negative by asking me to frame it positively. I won't give any feedback then, especially critical feedback to improve
Dev sent out a code review request.
I take about an hour, ask questions, make suggestions, general feedback, etc.
Today I noticed none of my questions were answered, developer closed the review, and the code merged into the production branch.
So I email him, asking him why the review was closed and why none of my concerns were addressed before merging to production.
Dev: "No one responded or left feedback, so I thought it was OK to merge up."
Me: "I reviewed and left feedback within the hour you sent the request."
Dev: "Oh yea...you did. Sorry. The code is already in production, but if you still want to leave feedback, create a work item, and I'll take a look."
No you won't.
An example of the code...The dev added an async method to a test harness *console app*. Why? .. check in comment was "Improves performance and enhances the developer experience.."
NO IT DOESN'T!
OK..that's off my chest. No one is getting punched in the face today.6
Always nice to hear colleages say: great work on this website. Really neat.
Two days later: yeah, i gathered some feedback for the site…
*beware, pile of shit comments incoming*1
Side project is swift. Loads of feedback! I'm happy. Fucked up part is the users who wants it uses Android. Oh well, time to learn React Native2
Me: *tries to deactivate windows 10 feedback*
Windows: nope *turns it back on*
Me: *Feels sorry for shitty quality*2
Not fully supported anything below IE11 since january. Surprisingly very few questions, negative feedback or negative impact on site traffic. Just pure joy at work. "Caniuse? - Yes, you can use."6
my current boss i think. he's really good at office politics and he's very willing to help me navigate some tricky social interactions. he's also got very solid feedback1
!rant && feedback
So we (me and friends) have been working on this website for a month now and we think we are ready to launch. If you want please do check it out and give some feedback :D would love that
I would say my biggest insecurity is not getting (enough) useful straightforward feedback from my boss about how I work.
I have a tendency to take a bit longer than others, but deliver code that rarely has to be fixed.
Some of it may appear overengineered but it really isn't... I just like it clean and not hacky.
There are times my boss seems like telling me subconciously that I take too long for my stuff, but then again, he is really happy when we deliver a big thing to a customer and it just works, without any bugs or negative feedback.
It sometimes drives me nuts. 😅2
Once a LinkedIn recruiter contacted me about a job position.
The same crap as always.
And then I replied: "sure I'll look"
And the recruiter sent: "?"
I replied back: "I'll take a look and give you a feedback if the positions fit me or not"
Best feeling ever2
Well, I really have nothing to rant about these days 😅
What I do have is a request for feedback on a project’s video, m working on the project and will release it open source once it works decently well, and most of all, when the code doesn’t look so atrociously bad 😅😅
It is basically a C/C++ package and project manager.
It can create, build, and run projects which u make, and add library flags and include directories automatically if that library exists in its package list.
It also contains package (=library) manager which can, as of now, install, uninstall, and fetch info of any package should it exist in the package list.
I will be adding package upgrading in the future, although package list updates can be performed.
Also, right now it can only build binary projects. I’ll soon be working to enable creation of library ( static/dynamic ) projects as well.
Finally, it allows for building of packages using CMake or configure, but uses a custom format to build projects.
Here is a video of building a project and installing libcurl on system:
Thanks a lot ☺️😊1
I think the textbox (where I am writing right now) should be scrollable. And also the half of the screen is unusable.
Please fix it.10
You know who is pathetic? People who turn off comments after they get negative feedback on something they posted10
People that don't realize their microphone is feeding back everyone's voice into the meeting. Mute your fucking mics people, or better yet buy a fucking pair of headphones or earbuds!4
Coding is essentially problem solving with almost immediate feedback. Video games are also problem solving with almost immediate feedback.
That's probably why most Coders love video games. That and the fact that most people love video games anyway.
So I just published my first npm library
Anyway couldn't think of any other people that would know the feelings.
I'd love to get your feedback4
“I do trust you, just let me see the logs”
- our colleague after we present to her good feedback from the demo just passed ok5
Well so after some fiddeling around, I managed to release a first preversion of my versatile Machine learning library for C++: https://github.com/Wittmaxi/...
I'd be more than happy to see people start using my Lib lol
In case you have ANY feedback, just open an issue ;) (feedback includes code review lol)2
Publishing stuff and receiving feedback and improvement ideas is sush a great feeling. A guy opend an issue today asking for a feature to be implemented and he was very polite. Thanking me for my work.
This is way better than money. Money can't buy that feeling. People like this guy is the reason open source stuff lives.
Checked mails and saw bunch of newsletters from the same company.
Me: huh? I don't remember subscribing to these. *scrolled down* here it is, (button to unsubscribe from these emails)
*Clicked and got redirected to their feedback page before unsubscribing.
Me: Cool, just need to provide feedback, not a big deal. *gave feedback*
Message reads : DONE. Operation failed. Due to technical error
What!! I'm gonna block the shit out of you!!1
Positive reviews are ok.
Compliments are weird.
I love receiving good reviews on my software.
(negative but constructive feedback is welcome as well, of course)
But receiving compliments, especially in person is really weird.
On the one hand I know that I did a good job, I know that the features are useful and the UI is classy and comfortable. On the other hand I still feel not comfortable receiving compliments for doing something good.
I don't have any social awkwardness and yet this feels so weird.
Am I alone at this?1
One of my biggest weaknesses is that I'm having trouble with positive feedback.
It's kinda self defense because positive feedback usually means that a negative thing will happen.
One of the moments where I feel like a dev hero is when I can just accept the positive feedback.4
Today I learnt that I'm much more productive if I get a constant loop of feedback on my tickets and stuff. Feels better that way.
Edit: I'm working with a new coworker from QA and she's more responsive than the others. I get my feedback fast and timely and this makes it way easier to work7
Had a feedback meeting with one of my senior devs today, it went really well and allowed me to get a new view on some things, like some common behavior patterns I do. Really happy about it :3 If you didn't have something like this yet, go for it, it's definitely worth the time ^^
Hey, all you shitty devs who give my Udemy courses 1 or 2 stars with no comment or feedback
OOOKAAY,There is cortana guiding me thru new windows 10 install
With speech control and spoken feedback1
I recently opened a tech-insta account by name @codegirlr
Thinking of launching website for the same too.
Do give me feedback about what theme should I post mainly.
what if there was a psuedo-html/css markup language which could generate browser-specific pages?
eg. index.psuedohtml ->
then the page size would be reduced a lot. the server could use the user agent to see which to respond with. is this a good idea?8
Hey guys i made an online stock market simulator. It won't work but I just want the feed back of the game's frontend. I used Vue.js 2. Please give your feedback in the feedback tab inside the game. I used the templates from creative Tim. Link for the game http://dalalbull.deeaarbee.tech14
The best moments in my career were when I released lines of code as a product and received the feedback from people!!
What's the best way to get feedback/review on your personal projects, when you don't really have any programming buddy's? :P4
So a few days ago I started the #100DaysOfCode Challenge but at the end of the first day I got annoyed by realizing how frustrating the character limit on Twitter can be.
So I started a blog where I could say whatever I want withiut any limits.
Then, yesterday, I got two projects to make as a final project for my game development lab. So I decide while making it to also write a tutorial on it!
I'm currently on the second part and I would really really reaaaaally LOVE some feedback since it's the first time I write a blog and tutorials 😅 And well, I believe the style is kinda different from the usual blog, so I would love to know what you think about it.
Also any ideas and suggestions will be extremely appreciated!
You can find the blog at https://blog.kamaropoulos.tk
You can also find some more backstory on my Twitter profile @KamaropoulosK
Thank you everyone in advance SO much!
You are all great people and I'm glad to be part of this amazing community!
Have a great day/evening/night everyone!3
A remarkably stupid but efficient technique I invented today to measure the latency of an audio feedback channel involving multiple hardware elements that is difficult to synchronize by itself:
1. Knock. Observe the echo in the feedback.
2.Try to knock in such a way that the physical sound more-or-less lines up with the feedback. The human brain is really good at this on average.
3. Once you often only hear one knock (as perfect synchronization as your ear can tell), record several minutes of audio
4. Stop knocking, count the additional knocks in the echo
5. Multiply the average delay between knocks on the recording by the number of additional knocks from step 44
Am I the only one who has gotten too much bad feedback on StackOverflow, so that you are too scared to post anything on stackoverflow?5
Been working on an application for the three days then yesterday happened to present a demo to my target client base.
Me:I need you to go through the app and tell me your experience using it.
User: Great let me see it and comment on it.
Me:I wait patiently as he goes through the app asking for clarification on some activities .
User:I love it but I think would be nice if we improve on the following.
Me:Okay go ahead all ears.
User:How about on the share feature instead of sharing the apps link then one goes and downloads it and install,how about you simply share the APK and install it instant.
Me:Okay that's a good thought and later go on to explain to him why we share links as compared to sending the APK directly .
Added an If/Else to the start of my Android app to ask for feedback. After writing the else I removed unneeded spacing. Then I ran the app... none of the action listeners worked. Turns out I accidentally deleted the closing bracket for else and when I said yes to feedback it never executes the reset of onCreate lol. Took a while to track down that mistake.
Any Angular fans ? Check out my blog https://ngcoderscope.wordpress.com
Love to hear your feedback11
I wanted to suggest a functionality (keyboard shortcut) to a website. I see that their feedback button was pretty visible, which is weird because most websites I've visited first take you through 3 layers of "have you googled your question first?" before they let you send a question or feedback. Alas, I fell into the trap. First they asked me for the typical intrusive demographic info, and then they asked me marketing questions, and then... that's it. They didn't let me submit any feedback. They just took my info and left. great3
I did a project and delivered it, but my boss did 4 commits after that. Without giving me any feedback.
They were small things: using a different library (just one line), and removing one debug line that caused a bug.
Should I ask him for feedback or just tell him "Hey I saw your commits, I'll make sure to use the new library and never let any debug line in"?7
Had some great feedback on my discrete interface for devRant.
I just published a new version on: http://www.jsrant.com/
Now you can actually load more rants and select the sorting method.6
When your old boss writes you excited about their UI update and asks for feedback and it's so horrid and half written you can't muster a nice thing to say back...1
Updated my Azure aide project to ASP .NET Core 2.0.
Works perfectly in develop in Debug and Release.
Deploy to Azure.
No error logs, no feedback, no explanation.
I get that every small victory counts when you’re learning to code, but someone in my class just posted a link asking for feedback on the “coding challenge” they had completed. The link led to a website made from an HTML/CSS/JS template where only the ‘company name’ and hero image had been changed from the original template, nothing else. What exactly are you looking for “feedback” on here??? What was the “coding challenge”?10
This client keeps on popping me with numerous emails. In last hour, I've received over dozen emails with the one sentence website feedback from him.
Make a proper feedback document and send it to me at once you creepy animal.1
when people attribute you as the author of bad code you didn't write, as you receive PR feedback to update it
when you are updating something different in the same area3
I've been brewing my own beer for about 6 months now and super positive feedback keeps on coming :)2
Made my first game. Can you give me some feedback?
It is very simple.16
Good guy Google.
Recently started a new job. Getting good feedback on my work. When really everything is off google :D
Some more java speedcoding because i got positive feedback, this time i made a minesweeper
Err. Any web developers or recruitment people able to please give me feedback on my resume?
I'd greatly appreciate the help 😭24
Hey guys i relased a new app called: SaleMonkey. Im currently working on the next update an would like to get some serious feedback from people who look at the app with a developer mindset to spot some Problems.
I hope its not Bad if i poste a linkt to my app. You can get it here:
Currently only on Android. Ios Version is planed for next year.
Start teaching it terrible standards and a misrepresentation of the world so the feedback loop breaks.
When they take fotos of various screens showing bogus states of the app or error-messages with closed 'more info' pane, put them together without any context into a fucking ppt and return it as feedback you should work on.
Some time ago I was looking for materials regarding Ansible automation tool and realized that most of them suggests setting up the lab environment using virtualization (like VirtualBox). In my opinion that is not the best approach – virtual machines consume lots of resources and take some time to start/kill. So I decided to write a guide for setting up Ansible lab environment using Docker containers. Containers require significantly less resources than vm’s and can be bring up and down really quickly. Additional advantage is easy way of automating whole environment using docker-compose. You can find my guide at github: https://github.com/LMtx/... Any feedback is very welcome :)3
My first in-depth tutorial, on React. I'd love feedback on the project and my writing style, if anyone is willing!2
[me, struggling to make a decent demo while errors are popping out and the client gives his feedback]
- Dude, dude ... dude
- What ?!!
- You keep saying "downland" instead of download
Getting Feedback Rant!
When "this is simpler" feedback results in a function of 500 lines of code.
When I get "don't do X" in the feedback. Thank you very much. What do you want me to do instead?
When the feedback giver changes his mind after I applied the changes!
When applying the feedback introduces a bug.
Simply opinionated feedback that is not enforced by any tool or backed up by any facts.
Please find something better to do in life.
I will not consider thank you very much.
"Verify this works"
When the feedback giver knows something that you don't.
I know this is a legit case.. still annoying.
"I disagree with the feature"
Go argue with the PM, not relevant to me, thanks!
GIVING FEEDBACK RANT
I rewrote the system. Please review it.
No need to review, just approve.
I will change this as part of the next ticket.
I would like to keep it the way it is.
You can't test this.
It's impossible to test this.
No need to test this.
There's no point to test this.
I'll test this on production.
Not sure why this is working..
Please document this..
Because documentation is like a thing, you know.
Oh, this code is not related to this PR, I just don't want to open a new branch for such a small change. ignore it.
This will be meaningful in my next change.
I'd love to get some feedback on my new insta page: http://instagram.com/dailycsscode
I will post some css tips especially for beginners but there will also be useful stuff for adavanced people7
client argues that a responsive site is the way to go for a large e-commerce site despite user feedback and user testing proving otherwise..
Side project showoff
Why isn't it enough to develop a tool that even the end user likes? So many challenges to get it through to the right people.
I launched this project in January. Didn't have anything to do for the year before when I got back home from my internship. So made this lol.
Any feedback is welcome.
Hello guys, some JS developer can give me feedback of this framework I made? I would appreciate it a lot!
I developed a simple feedback form, that captures user feedback and forwards it to a customer care email.
Today, I received a call from someone who was sub-contracted to create a system that would ingest these feedback emails and process the data to have some desired result.
So dude wants me to change the way the email is formatted. Because there are "line feeds" in the email. Essential making it computer readable as opposed to human readable. I don't have a problem doing that but I'm wondering if he ever heard of regular expressions.3
Going back to a php project after writing loads of typescript on a node stack, I suddenly miss the instantanious feedback loop on file save via `nodemon` for basic scripts and `mocha --watch --reporter min` for tests.
Using phpunit, I currently have to rerun the test manually whenever I feel like. Which now feels so annoying. Cause I didn't know besser.
Now I was searching for something similar in php and I find answers pointing me to use either set up some npm hooks or set up gulp task or to use pywatch. phpstorm also is supposed to support file watchers and run test on every save, yet setting them up feels clunky.
Dear reviewers, feedback givers, coworkers, clients and critics...
There is a subtle difference between constructive criticism and just spewing hate!
One offers advice & points in the direction of a better solution, while the other one makes me value you less, as a human being...
If your comment/review/feedback is:
“I don’t like it, I don’t know why, I just don’t” - please keep it to yourself because it makes us less likely to listen to you when you actually have something worthwhile to say...
Any and all creative professionals,
PM: *mocking me if I'll JUST wait for feedback*
Me: *thinking* I can't produce everything from an INCOMPLETE DB schema and incomplete App Scribble, can I?2
Got my first Dev job nearly two months ago at a small start up (only 2 devs atm)
Yesterday during meeting boss says
"We're now much stronger than we were before (about development)"
First positive feedback and it felt godly.
I don't have time for side projects so i share all my ideas on dev.to. 🎉
I hope some of you will get some inspiration and make millions 😂
Feedback is welcome!1
Whoo!! Client's satisfied with recent launch of product!! Still has little bugs to fix here are there, but general feedback was positive, stating it's "much smoother"
I hate it when you put a project into testing and the feedback tells you you've missed a reallybasic but important feature...
Producing an incredible product you can be proud of; to have a client come in and ruin everything in blind feedback because 'they know best'
This needs a slang term.4
I've built a small survey tool on the side. Maybe you want to check it out: https://fastsurvey.de/
It is free when cloud-hosted (by us) :)
Feedback is welcome!3
Atlassian needs improvement!
Screenshot from the Jira "Accessibility" settings page where I hoped to find a dark mode switch.
When I wanted to send them feedback about the settings page, the feedback form failed, cluttering vintage style error messages with poor UX writing all over the page.
> Help us improve!
> We’d love to hear more about your experience with the new accessibility settings in Jira. Any thoughts on what you liked and where we could improve are more than welcome.
> Oops! Something went wrong...
> There was a problem submitting your feedback, likely due to the configuration of this form. You might want to contact the site owner to let them know about this issue.
P.S. Thinking of accessibility: there is not way to enter an ALT text to image uploads on devrant? seriously?6
Last week, I didn't come up with something for this. Just now I experienced such a moment and remembered that there was a weekly rant on this topic.
The first bug report for my first ever project got resolved and the client commented with thanks and told to keep it up.
It feels awesome.
(tears of joy all over my eyes)
It's a moment that took me more than a year's effort to get a bug report and a positive feedback post it's fix.
I am all motivated now to work even better and wait for such awesome moments.
Footnote: I am really thankful for the positive reception of my project from the community. I thought I was all alone on this and that it was the only one in on this project, but everyone who installed their app was quite actively trying to help me and give me the feedback I was in desperate need for. I want to thank everyone.
Special thanks to @Lensflare for contributing on the SwiftRant library repo (https://github.com/OmerFlame/...)
(More QoL and bugfixes are coming soon!!)3
I thought that Windows Insider was for Developers or Quality Engineering but based on feedback post in the Feedback App either normies are getting involved or when Dev/QE get off work they forget how to write a proper bug report.3
Okay kinda excited today.. I am building my first android app on android studio.. any suggestions? Or comment/ feedback?8
Normally, I'd leave it there like most other people. But this is devRant, not Facebook , so let me take the opportunity to talk about a dev-related project I'm mulling over.
A number of years ago, I dropped my music hobby in exchange for focusing on my computer science/programming skills. I'm now at a point where I'm working professionally as a developer, and I've wanted to get back into music for quite some time. Specifically, I want to make music, not just perform it.
Thing is, I've had difficulty trying to find a good platform for uploading WIPs to get feedback from. I'm hesitant to post them on social media platforms for a variety of reasons (though I'm open to budge), so I've been considering alternatives.
So here's my idea: A personal blog made from the ground up that details my journey rediscovering music, including tracking the resources I've used for others to refer to, music samples, etc. I think it would be a great opportunity to not only get feedback on music I've made, but to also incorporate my programming skills with my music hobby.
I'd appreciate any feedback on the idea, as well as any advice/recommended tools for taking on a project like this.4
Hi guys 👋
I've just finished setting up my personal portfolio page. Could you please check it out and share with me your feedback, thanks 🙏❤️
Looking forward to hear your opinions 😊6
Just uploaded my first practice project on GitHub. It is an AI based flower identifier. Any advice or guidance is extremely needed. I want to become good in training neural networks. Please provide feedback! Thanks.
ScalaJs React compiles Scala to React.js.
There's some cool typing involved but I haven't done web front-end since nested tables were meta, so there's lots to learn.
There's exactly one senior dev at my company who is fluent in this ScalaReact, so I tag him in the PR for my project. Every day at 10:00 am, slack publicly posts a reminder with @mention that he hasn't reviewed my PR.
Three days later I haven't heard anything so I send a DM over slack asking for feedback... No response.
Four days after the PR I beg for 10 minutes of pairing time, because something in my component hierarchy smells funny. He doesn't have time for me until 5:00 .
I've now built almost a weeks worth of work on the original PR and the feedback I get is 'this works, is performant, and has no obvious bugs, but you can't merge it until you restructure the underlying component hierarchy'
It takes me and another senior dev an entire day of pairing to implement the changes without breaking anything. But, I asked for the feedback because I wanted to learn and write good clean code so I'm irritated but willing to move on.
Yesterday I posted in slack that I was having a hard time following my callback chains to find where the color was assigned to a <td (because I had to add a coloring rule). I wanted to know if I could change the type signature of a component from Tagmod (one or more HTML tags) to VdomTagOf[TableCell] so that it would be clear where the color was assigned.
Instead of just telling me 'no' and giving some context, the react dev gives me:
"Why would a dev need to know about the type unless they’re actually trying to use the thing ? Those are all great questions, but id suggest trying not to prematurely optimize for those until they actually come up"
I flipped my shit. After you couldn't make time for me for a WEEK I had to justify to the CEO why I was spending a day on PURE refactors to accommodate your PREFERENCES. Meanwhile when I'm being VULNERABLE and exposing that I am confused and struggling to complete my task you DISMISS my concerns and attack my motivations.
Unfortunately, this is all happening in the public slack channels and I start defending readability and my premise while triggered. Now I'm riding the shame train for fighting in public slack and trying to pretend none of this ever happened.1
Started this business. Would love feedback from you guys before I get whacked on programming subreddits. Link: https://dvlprstash.com
I really recommend to follow the online course of Jonas Schmedtmann on Udemy talking about JS from 0 to expert.
Have you ever heard about it?
I just starting the course some week ago, but i fell very involved by him, i think one of the best teacher on the platform,
Anyway I'm really proposed to hear some feedback or another different personal experience3
Android: Gboard has stopped
(ok, try again, same thing)
presses "send feedback" - O_o and how exactly do I type now?4
We'e started putting together a formal system design spec for Elixium! Check it out here: https://research.elixium.app/s/... (and feel free to leave some feedback)
Why do I get downvoted on Reddit when I post a link to my new blog post without any constructive feedback? It's even harder than StackOverflow.6
Just found out. devRant swag store is not connected with devRant db. Forgot password, doesn't work from there. It said my email id is not registered.4
Okay so uh, do you know about LFSRs (Linear Feedback Shift Registers)?
You may wish to tell me else burn me to a toast xD1
Feature creep aside I do think after a few weeks of use that notifications on devrant could use a bit of work. There is a lot of interaction and it can get confusing.
Some use cases currently not supported:
- On long threads I want to know which comment of mine that got a new ++. Perhaps scrolling to it + different colour?
- Seeing the new interaction per thread rather than per timeline.
- Getting a hint on which thread people interacted with. First sentence would be useful.
- Muting threads.
- Marking individual notifications as read without opening them.
- Moving notifications out of the menu and giving them separate button to save a click (many times a day)
If something on the list is already possible I suggest it be made more obvious ;)
Apart from being full of awesome people I really like being able to sort the flow of posts. I know this isn't staffed anywhere near the big social media and it's fine the way it is. But this is my two cents even if no one asked for them.
Tfw u spend days making little UI improvements + adding handy features but the only feedback you get is "wait what changed lol" 😢2
Manager has asked for feedback thru some performance review system.... but this is so reassuring....
Guess I need to be in a super good mood to provide only the positives...
I just posted dump of my notes on linear transformations, any feedback is appreciated! ◾️▫️
About 3 yeas ago I was learning to create some JS canvas interactive art. It was the most exiting coding I've ever do.
Visual feedback is the key for learning. So rewarding!
Yay! We completed this project in 8 weeks.
Collaborate with unlimited users to share your ideas and take your teamwork to the Next Level. Work together anywhere, anytime!
Check out the demo here: https://youtu.be/1lMAnxmsgKw
Check out the web app here: https://doodlelive.herokuapp.com
Please don't ignore it, let me know your feedbacks either good or bad and I would surely work to improve on it.
Thanks a lot in advance!4
A small webapp like sarahah (anonymous feedback) but it sends the anonymous reply to Telegram Bot using api2
The first prototype of my graduation project is complete.
It is only proof of concept to show that the system works.
Therefore, the design looks like that and needs to be recreated, before handing over the project
System: Sensor data -> Cloud backend -> client software.
Please feel free to comment or giv feedback, but would like some productive feedback/comments thanks :)
Link to gif: https://gifyu.com/image/N5ij
Thanks to Google Chrome for the "HOLD Cmd + Q to quit" option. Saved the day while I was writing peer feedback :D4
Client sent feedback on saturday, mailed me with complaints on Monday morning and even texted me hour later...
Since the 3rd day, I have been telling y'all but none of you listened to me.
I kept repeating that I am the dumbest person I know. Why didn't you believe me when I said it?
Remember, Booking feedback? They sent me another official rejection with additional feedback. Mind blown.
That feedback really helped me understand what was going wrong. And now today in an interview, I was asked a question and the interviewer said, "I am looking for a specific details like xyz for why you should be a Sr PM".
That's when it clicked me, that I have done stuff and I know things. It's just that I didn't understand the question and wasn't able to articulate and communicate well.
My dumbass just needs constant feedback to learn. How much I love feedback more than ever.
The feedback cycle is interesting too. When I was new, I hated it. Then started to realise the value of it.
Then it did felt bad in the very instance whenever I got one, but quickly I used to incorporate the changes.
And now, I am crave and desperately seek feedback. It only helps me improve.
Funnily, everyone gave inputs when I didn't want it. And now when I am hunting for it, no one is giving inputs. This is how life is.
Nonetheless, I am pretty impressed with Booking. Good people, nice vibes, and kickass culture for sure.4
sorry about this, Feedback does not allow images. little bug I really don't know how but happens sometimes... sound like dumb client, see screenshot . Padding for filter without filter. iphone 5c4
Dear .Net developers.
I wrote this tonight:
Please let me know if I am extremely clever, or extremely stupid.
P.s. I know it's not exactly ports and adapters. Rename needed maybe.4
I'm working on a total remake of the user interface for my automation software, I wanna get some feedback.
Thanks in advance
Just launched Spout beta for Android. Any feedback would be treasured: https://play.google.com/store/apps/...5
write simple working code with some duplicated code (less than 10 lines) and have compile time safety , NAH
write more complicated code you have to spend time fixing thanks to PR feedback
TLDR; Please give me some feedback on the design (again)
So guys, a while back I posted a post (link in comments) with a design for a concept app for poules.
Now I've processed some feedback from you guys and from some friends. Meaning I added some gradients and made the design way easier. Here is the newer version!3
So I'm just starting to design websites from scratch and want to get feedback on my designs as I go. Do you guys know anywhere I could go?5
You design a nuclear reactor and ask for feedback and nobody says a fucking thing.
You design a bike-shed and you get feedback from every idiot and his brother and it never ends.
How do you prevent bike-shedding on your projects?
I am going back to designing nuclear reactors… GAWD!4
What do you think will replace Docker, given the new ToS?
I’ve read something about podman, but I’ve never tried it, so I can’t give a real feedback.17
Getting feedback from a client like: "on mobile left is right and right is left"
Wtf am i supposed to make out of this1
Why is it that most people that reply to feedback/support forms of just about any web site in general are complete dimwits? If they are people, that is. In that case, congratulations! You've just passed the inverted Turing test!2
I recently started writing blog articles, mainly on iOS and Swift 😁 I would be very happy about feedback!
Here is my latest article:
I've been coding for fun since before I was a teenager (I'm 28) but, excluding two small freelance projects, not in a professional capacity as I've pursued another career.
To help land my first real programming position I'm now building my portfolio. (http://daglundberg.se)
Any tips, feedback, thoughts?
so what do think ? - i built an entire app with html pages.
With client side - angularjs and
server side - .net webapis working with sql db. The app has over 100 forms and works crazy fast in html form compared to the same form in an aspx. Should I leave it this way or do you guys see any problems with it. All forms are post and https enabled site. Open to constructive criticism and don't be a dick4
Do you think we need one more option for sharing and getting feedback on ideas/projects we have in mind/ working on.5
@dfox Now, I'm not a web dev (or really a dev of any kind quite yet) but I noticed that your web app doesn't show emoticons properly, making it confusing at times. Is this something you can set up support for on your side, or something I can or should do on my end? (This is on Chrome btw.)4
So, we should be done with the redesign project for this site and a while back we got feedback from the client.
Now getting feedback isn't a bad thing, until you get 6 pages of feedback.
6 pages of feedback. It took me several hours to plow through it and check everything.
That was three weeks ago. They now want me to check the entire fucking list again, and then some more.
When i started hete i was told that this was one of the easiest clients the company had. Because they see us as the experts. Haha.
Appearently not anymore.2
Wrote a CLI for downloading youtube videos to get more comfortable with using API's.
Would appreciate some feedback. Still have a lot of work to do on the validating user input side so try to enter the correct inputs.
In which online communities do you share your project/repostries to get feedback from fellow devs?1
When the client gives a feedback on Tuesday, the project is due of Friday, and he starts yelling "I'm not happy with your job"
@dfox since I can't append images in Feedback, I'm letting you know through here. When the logo shows up for loading in profiles, if they aren't collapsed, it overlaps the rest of the profile. I think that the logo should be lowered to reflect the extended profile summary.1
I know I am not supposed to put any promotional links here but if any devs here could give me feedback about my latest website, I would be honored!
When all the feedback you get from a damned class diagram was "Ok looks good :)"
Not sure if good because it doesn't look like a complicated cobweb anymore or because the relationships established were right - though I doubt you can say that just by looking for a mere 30 seconds at a class diagram with more than 20 classes.
Guys I've just started a blog. It's about geeky zone where I will blog about our struggle, being productive, reviewing web and mobile apps etc.
It's almost finished so please take a look an tell me your feedback about the overall feel and look. Any suggestion is highly appreciated. I'm not a designer neither a CSS guru so probably there is a lot to fix.
[ The article posted is not finished also, I just want to simulate a real blog post ].
Thank you very much. [ Please consider using a desktop browser if that's possible ]4
I know there is a range of devs here from novice to expert. So I wanted to get feedback on a platform I was building.
Essentially it's a web platform where Devs can authenticate with their Github profiles and all their repos (non-forked) and pulled to the website to quickly create a portfolio for the users. I currently have two templates users can switch between I plan on adding more if it begins to catch on.
Besides that users will be able to message and find each based on their skills to possibly connect with one another to work on projects together.
I have a lot of features I want to implement, but it wouldn't make sense to do those things now, I would have to wait for the user base to reach a certain milestone.
So I just wanted to share it and get everyone's feedback and possibly if you see value in it to share it with their own companions
This is pretty cool. IDK when this was changed, but if you disable all toolbars in Visual Studio, the Send Feedback button won't take up an empty line anymore.3
Hey guys, I'm looking for some feedback for a new website I launched socialfeedapi.com. It provides quick and easy API access to any Instagram media feed (for any public username or hashtag). Is this something that you guys think will be useful in the dev world? Is it just me, or has anyone here tried to gain access to an Instagram feed and was frustrated in doing so? Thanks in advance!7
I made an android game a while back based on mental math, memory and quick reactions. This is the first game I actually finished and published so I would love some feedback from people that actually know what they're doing. Made in Unity with C#.
Handed off my code to Devs working on main products. Long presentation explaining everything.
Have discussion afterwards about what it does, but not how it looks.
They say thank you, I say you're welcome, and since this is my first bigger project, if they have some pointers or glaring defects in the code I'd welcome the feedback.
They all start laughing. I do too but in my head I'm like "wtf, I ask for feed back and you laugh? That's."
It's been bothering me.2
Curious about the feedback I'll get from everyone here.
We are looking for a email replacement like slack that may also have a wiki component. So far Quip is at the top I think.
Also the idea of cross platform development is being floated and I've been looking at Xamarin and QT.
Does anybody work with these or similar solutions?3
some questioned my software design techniques after putting ID as ma last attribute.... then I asked him to check if it's not working... he didn't give me feedback.
I can work productively and for very long hours with a lot of stuff which many dev considers productivity hurdles:
- single small monitor? No problem (in fact in one occasion in which my roommate accidentally broke my laptop charghing port and I couldn't get a spare I worked on an iPad connected trough SSH to a Linux machine completing one of the hardest tasks I ever did without significant loss of productivity)
- old machine? That's ok as long as I can run a minimal Linux and not struggle with Windows
- noise and chatter around me? A 10€ pair of earbuds are enough for me, no noise cancelling needed
- "legacy" stack/programming language? I'd rather spend my days coding in Swift or Rust but in the end I believe which is the dev and its skill which gets the job done not fancy language features so Java 8 will be fine
- no JetBrains or other fancy IDE? Altough some refactoring and code generation stuff is amazing Neovim or VS Code, maybe with the help of some UNIX CLI tools here and there are more than enough
despite this I found out there is a single thing which is like kryptonite for my productivity bringing it from above average* to dangerously low and it's the lack of a quick feedback loop.
For programming tasks that's not a problem because it doesn't matter the language there's always a compiler/interpreter I can use to quickly check what I did and this helps to get quickly in a good work flow but since I went to work with a customer which wants everything deployed on a lazily put together "private cloud" which needs configurations in non-standard and badly documented file formats, has a lot of stuff which instead of being automated gets done trough slowly processed tickets, sometimes things breaks and may take MONTHS to see them fixed... my productivity took a big hit since while I'm still quick at the dev stuff (if I'm able to put together a decent local environment and I don't depend on the cloud of nightmares, something which isn't always warranted) my productivity plummets when I have to integrate what I did or what someone else did in this "cloud" since lacking decent documentation everything has do be done trough a lot of manual tasks and most importantly slow iterations of trial and error. When I have to do that kind stuff (sadly quite often) my brain feels like stuck on "1st gear": I get slow, quickly tired and often I procrastinate a lot even if I force myself out of non work related internet stuff.
*I don't want this to sound braggy but being a passionate developer which breathes computers since childhood and dedicating part of my freetime on continuously improving my skill I have an edge over who do this without much passion or even reluctantly and I say this without wanting to be an èlitist gatekeeper, everyone has to work and tot everybody as the privilege of being passionate in a skill which nowadays has so much market2
I am trying my hand on blogging
Any pointers or feedback is appreciated. :D
Decided to start a software engineering blog after several years of procrastinating.
Just published my first post. Feedback is welcome :)7
That moment your shell script works after hours of debugging.
Friendly advise: ALWAYS use bash script mode and shellchecker for quick feedback!1
The more you good and quick at your work, the more feedback points/improvements you get.
Seriously fuck those last minute changes!
So I'm relatively new to Python. I've started doing the practicepython.org challenges. What do you guys think to my code layout, is there any way I can improve.
How many times can I mark a ticket asa 'requires external feedback', before it becomes obvious I don't know what the user wants?
Finally, I'm able to complete and host my personal website, would you gies give me your feedback how it's look :D
Looking for feedback on Elastic's SSPL license type change. Is anybody else worried? Any other companies seek legal counsel already? What have your lawyers said about it?5
Thanks for your feedback. I was able to run Opencv on my computer and integrated with Arduino. I will greatly appreciate another feedback. My question is does anyone know the code for the functionality for the brightness and contrast filter?1
Last week I conducted a FE React-JS tech interview (high-level, no coding challenge) with a potential new hire. He knew his stuff in React 16.8+ but I was baffled npm install was the only npm command he could name, he'd never heard about semver, never used SASS, and didn't have any Nodejs exp. I asked him to name a tough situation he encountered and solved in React, and he said "too many re-renders, so we used useMemo and useCallback" but that's kind of basic and it was evident he didn't understand this meant passing props by reference under the hood. So I wrote a very mixed report, but this is only the 3rd interview conducted. Was I too harsh? To me this signaled a lack of curiosity (especially for a self-taught programmer which he was). My manager was kind of disappointed about the guy following my report.
Hi there, fellow ranters! I'm creating a project and need your feedback on it!
My friend developed a very funny game for Android. You can download it in the play store: http://bit.ly/2hYIi0U.
Can you give me a feedback? Thank you.8
I started a new blog and looking for feedback on my first post: https://blog.agilesyndro.me/posts/...
Looking for some feedback here:
What is the general attitude towards visible tattoos in this field?7
Any android native devs here? I need a code review, any feedback appreciated https://github.com/l2dev/...8
Creating a language that takes the immediate feedback and clean design from Eve language and an functional paradigm like Haskell or Purescript1
"By far the dominant reason for not releasing sooner was a reluctance to trade the dream of success for the reality of feedback." - Kent Beck
Please test this web tchat application that i coded from scratch using HTML/CSS/JS/PHP/AJAX. and give me your feedback. You can leave the feedback here or on that platform itself
(It is not live though, you need to press a refresh button to be able to see content update)
Here is the link
Been playing around with bootstrap and mvc, with custom fonts. Feedback on font. www.diginotes.co.uk
Joke of the day: People with no understanding of your role but expect to make requests with out taking your feedback/consideration into account!
Are there any .NET devs here who use MacBooks as their main dev machine who can share some feedback? I really like the design of the Mac but I'm not sure whether I will be very productive on it. Other laptops I'm considering are the Razer Blade, Dell XPS or HP Spectre x3603
I created a short tutorial about git merge and rebase. Hope that you will find it interesting! Any feedback is very welcome :) https://dev.to/lmtx1/...3
Disclaimer: Not a promotion.
So,I started learning Flutter a month ago by utilizing the time that I used to get from my busy college schedule. I decided to built something as I progressed ahead, unlike working with shorthand examples.
Finally,I was able to publish my work yesterday on Google play. My work is on beta and feedback from developer's community like DevRant would be highly appreciated. Any suggestions/improvements are welcome.
PS: The app has no ads and is free to use.
We developed an application for getting started with Machine Learning in Flutter! Please check out and share feedback https://play.google.com/store/apps/...
!rant && feeback
So I have to do a small college project where I have to mock myself running for president (of a country of choice, in my case USA, also doesn't have to be 100% serious) and to help my campaign I have to make a onepager. Today I've made a mock up for my design and I was wondering what you guys think, so if you have some feedback please do let me know :)
What is your opinion on Quora introducing video only answers ?
anyone used askwhale ? If so whats your feedback ?3
Leverage online code platforms for exercises/assesments. Something like qualified.io for educators.
Teach algorithms with code challenges with sample test cases. Builds confidence, makes learning fun, and gives immediate feedback.
I would love some feedback on my personal portfolio page.
I know it's cringe...6