When using Postman, it’s a best practice to store API token values in environment secret variables. Environment variables can also be used to store other variables uses in scripts. But when opening a collection, we often forget to select an environment and spend a few seconds if not minutes or more trying to figure out what the problem is with a request. Just to realize in the end that we just forgot to select an environment. How can this be avoided?
a nice thing about writing with less jargon is that if what I'm saying doesn't make sense, it's easy for readers to call me on it if you use a lot of impenetrable jargon, people will often think the problem is with *them* instead of with your writing
🔎Julia Evans🔍 (@b0rk)Fri, 18 Feb 2022 14:50 GMT
go programmers and the "you don't need to set this to zero or empty string because that's the default value" my dudes... sometimes I want to be explicit for /communication/ reasons. I write code for people, not compilers
Miss Amy (@MissAmyTobey)Thu, 02 Dec 2021 17:43 GMT
I've transitioned from "read docs to learn how to do the thing" to "just give me a repo that does all the things" as my preferred way from picking up a new tool/API. unfortunately, the % of my time that I'm frustrated because the way I want to learn is missing hasn't changed.
Tyranny Siren 🧜🏻 (@bitandbang)Tue, 26 Oct 2021 13:19 +0000
In all seriousness, I have to apologise for my bad docs actually causing problems. It's humbling and has caused me become better by increments. More recently I've hurt people by not being clear about expectations for docs, and the why's. It's not easy but that's no excuse.
Pascal Dennerly (@pascaldoesgo)Mon, 23 Aug 2021 21:55 +0000
Please, please, PLEASE - I am begging you - invest time and resources into your documentation. I've been running in circles for 3 days now trying to solve the same problem because the documentation is terribly lacking.
Kelly Vaughn 🐞 (@kvlly)Mon, 14 Jun 2021 16:39 +0000
Chef 13 Upgrade:
knife-cookbook-doc Rubocop Updates (1 mins read).
Missing space after # and
Do not use block comments errors for your
knife-cookbook-doc formatted comments.
Chef 13 Upgrade:
knife-cookbook-doc gem upgrade (1 mins read).
Logger entries in autogenerated
README.mds for Chef 13.
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