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Another guy that enjoys both frontend and backend here.

Something that's holding me back on ReactJS is that I'd like to render pages server side, and I don't want to use Node.js, but Go or Python instead.. and there aren't many folks doing this combo.

(Maybe the best option is a "render server" in Node.js?)

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Yes, this! The graphical interaction is so much better than OSX and Linux IMO. But its not Unix, so everything is hard for developing.

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The original post is sadly gone... I had it open to read in a tab, bust lost it.

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Found it here http://thetrendythings.com/read/23591

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Wow, I had never heard of this "book". Anyone bought it? Is there anything more than in the two blogs?

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2010 (the link to the Mono source is broken now)

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Thanks, added.

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What resolution/size is this?

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My resolution is 2560x1080, they're usually called something like "ultra wide screen" in shops

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3D...

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> how wrong he was about distributed architecture and the micro-services approach

Care to elaborate? In 2011 I think the approach was quite successful already (well, for big companies like Amazon)...

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I'd tell you privately but you don't have an email listed: I also really, really miss his rants.

Maybe we should create a support group?

I've set up the word "Yegge" on HNWatcher to alert me about posts like this, so I can find people discussing his posts the much-awaited day when he leaves Google and returns to full-time blogging and game playing.

I haven't been able to find many posts with that drunken spirit - they are about software, but also about the culture around it, not that technical, and smart and funny but didn't make "us" feel nerdy and lesser. While still reminding how dislocated some of us feel amongst regular humans.

See also http://blog.fogus.me/2011/03/27/the-long-lost-art-of-thought...

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Most users are too young to remember what this is emulating!

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