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Chris Chapman

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Braden Buchanan
Braden Buchanan
6 hours ago

Hi Chris, thanks for the great article.

When presenting to a team of researchers, should one still prioritize the business and customer aspects over detailed research methodology, or is it more appropriate to go in-depth into research methods in this context?

I ask because I have read online on r/UXReddit for example recommendations from users are to prioritize some slides going deep into the research method, approach, rationale, etc.

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Abhishek Tyagi
Abhishek Tyagi
Jun 2, 2024

Great content really helped in clearing some of doubts that I had regarding languages and DSA

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Meenakshi Malhotra
Meenakshi Malhotra
Jun 2, 2024

Great start! Keep growing beta

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Peter Sumskas
Peter Sumskas
Jun 22, 2024

It’s an interesting exploration. I’m not quite in favour of it. I reckon that in a busy codebase the = transaction do will be easy to miss, while the extra block is clearer.

I don’t think the goal should be “less lines” rather it should be “more clarity”.

If I wanted to “wrap” things in transactions then I might lean towards meta-programming 😱 and have a class method that takes a symbol of the method name and wrap that in a transaction by renaming the method. E.g transaction def update_fnargle …

But I’d think long and hard if that is enough of a gain in clarity before I lean on either technique.

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Priya Raimagiya
Priya Raimagiya
Jun 21, 2024

Thank you for sharing!

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Kiliman
Kiliman
Jul 8, 2024

Wow, thanks for sharing. My condolences to you and your family.

I genuinely appreciate the open-source work you've done. Remix Dev Tools is excellent, and we use it here at work.

As a fellow open-source developer, I can relate to this. Time is valuable, and I'm glad I can share it with others.

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FRED HONG
FRED HONG
Jul 8, 2024

Alem, you're always one of my favorite person to meet from OSS, and this piece cements it. We do provide our service freely and receive in immeasurable rewards in return. Our community is richer because of you!

I'm burying my father this Thursday, an sudden heart attack also. If it helps, know that your grief is shared with a friend from the Internets.

Let's grab a beer together one day!

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Thomas Hansen
Thomas Hansen
Jul 4, 2024

Wow, this guide is incredibly comprehensive and well-structured! The step-by-step approach makes it easy to follow along, and the inclusion of both backend and frontend development is super helpful. The mood tracker app is a great project to practice CRUD operations and full-stack development. Thanks for sharing such a detailed tutorial, Jesus! Can’t wait to see more content from you. 🌟

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José Silva
José Silva
Jul 6, 2024

Very good to learn.

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