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-56 points · 13 hours ago

Old article, this sub talked about it when the article came out. Nice attempt at trying to get some easy points!

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Original Poster48 points · 13 hours ago

Sorry -- I just found it and thought it'd be of interest.

That's my only motivation.

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...that is, for those of us who love Greene & Greene, Morris chairs, the royal school of needlecraft...?

We have /r/ArtDeco and r/ArtNouveau/ and so on. But I haven't found a home for my "oooh look at that 1906 bungalow!" posts.

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2 points · 3 days ago

Late to this party, but stumbled on this thread looking for the same thing. Hmmmm. Any luck?

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Original Poster2 points · 3 days ago

Someone else started http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/ArtsAndCraftsMovement/ and I've submitted a few things. C'mon let's get the party started!

Title forgets to mention this only applies to web developers. WTF does "production data" mean to a firmware developer or a Win32 app developer?

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Original Poster3 points · 7 days ago

Huh? "In production" means that actual users are encountering the code. It doesn't matter whether that runs on an IBM 360 mainframe, a PC-DOS computer, or a mobile app.

The point is that you created a problem for another human being... and you realize the consequences of making an error. That makes you cognizant of the effect you can have on other people, and ideally it makes you treat your code as something that matters.

The point is that you created a problem for another human being... and you realize the consequences of making an error. That makes you cognizant of the effect you can have on other people, and ideally it makes you treat your code as something that matters.

Maybe it should've been you writing the article. Of course the principle is applicable, but the author can't even imagine someone living outside the web-tech bubble.

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Original Poster2 points · 7 days ago

I thought the point was just fine. He speaks from his own experience so that's his context -- but I didn't have a hard time with the example.

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