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Is Front end Web Development still a pursuable course? : cscareerquestions
I'm new to this sub, so I don't know if this has been asked before. After sites like wix, squarespace and WordPress where a person can make his own site look however he likes from home, do you think this job is soon going to end? Is there still a career in front end? How about back end? via /r/cscareerquestions
IFTTT  reddit 
4 hours ago by cijanzen
Dan McComas, Reddit Product SVP and Imzy Founder Interview
"I Fundamentally Believe That My Time at Reddit Made the World a Worse Place"
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6 hours ago by brennen
Reddit now has more active users than Twitter — and is more engaging than porn
The number of people using Reddit has surged in the past few months, and the platform now reports as many active users as Twitter. A rapid growth spurt The company’s own data indicates that average monthly active users (MAUs) have jumped from 250 million in November last year, to 330 million by early April 2018. That’s an increase of more than 30 percent in less than 6 months, and puts the platform in equal 11th place in our new global social media platform ranking (see chart above).
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7 hours ago by motiveunknown
You want a problem ticket for every instance of bad data? OK : MaliciousCompliance
Upvoted: I was working on an issue that our clients had noticed with one of our tools. Every so often it would show bad data in a few of the result sets.So I spent time digging through the code and finally found that the issue was some bad data in our database. I went through and figured out a short little query to get all the instances of incorrect data.Once I found that, I did two things. I went and talked to the guy responsible for the data entry tool and we fixed it so people couldn't enter bad data. And I opened up a problem ticket with our data team about the bad data and included the query they could use to find the data.The next day, the data team closed the ticket with a note saying it was "too general" and they could only address specific instances of bad data.I thought about that for a little bit and remembered that our problem ticket system has a nice little JSON interface. After about an hour of hacking around in Python I had a program that created a ticket for every single instance of bad data.Now the data team has 45,000 individual tickets that are very specific. It's taking them a while to clear because you can't automate the closing of tickets. via /r/MaliciousCompliance
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