Skip to main content

Richard Lindsey

Member since Jun 8, 2014

Recent Blog Comments By Richard Lindsey

  • Building A Mental Model For Precedence And The "new" Operator In JavaScript

    Posted on Nov 16, 2017 at 10:10 AM

    @Ben, I'm not sure how to interpret that :D Do you mean sometimes being "dead right" in the code can be bad for the team if it's done too militantly? Or too nitpicky? If so, I would agree, and always try to phrase it in a constructive fashion (or make my biggest nitpicks enforceable via l... read more »

  • Building A Mental Model For Precedence And The "new" Operator In JavaScript

    Posted on Oct 6, 2017 at 2:30 PM

    Your comments at the beginning and end of this article, regarding liberal use of parens for clarity and readability, echo statements I've made to my own team numerous times. Even though certain statements make for perfectly legal assignments according to the language itself, parens are free, will be... read more »

  • Executing JavaScript In The LESS CSS Precompiler

    Posted on Jun 8, 2014 at 7:45 PM

    This is great, and fits a use case we have a specific need for... We want to define our standard color palette as a series of LESS variables, but we also want to use that palette to define the palette of our highchart implementations, without having to manually keep the CSS and JS versions in parity... read more »

I believe in love. I believe in compassion. I believe in human rights. I believe that we can afford to give more of these gifts to the world around us because it costs us nothing to be decent and kind and understanding. And, I want you to know that when you land on this site, you are accepted for who you are, no matter how you identify, what truths you live, or whatever kind of goofy shit makes you feel alive! Rock on with your bad self!
Ben Nadel