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Are MySQL columns names case sensitive?

Engineering Notes 

Brian Leonard

Brian Leonard on 2021-05-26

"It turns out you have to be a little bit careful here"

Your smart frontend is doing too much

Engineering Notes 

Pedro S Lopez

Pedro S Lopez on 2021-05-21

"How to build APIs that better serve their clients and consumers."

Why are database columns 191 characters?

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-05-14

"`varchar(191)` is such an odd number - how did we get here?"

Change the Primary Key Type with Sequelize

Engineering Notes 

Sean C Davis

Sean C Davis on 2021-05-11

"It seems like it's going to be super easy. And it is! And then it's not."

Apple Migration Tips for M1 Macs

Engineering Notes 

Teal Larson

Teal Larson on 2021-04-28

"Working through the quirks of migrating between Apple M1 Macs."

Understanding Types with SQLite and Node.js

Engineering Notes 

Sean C Davis

Sean C Davis on 2021-04-22

"SQLite is simple but very cool and powerful. Yet, it's a little quirky when it comes to handling types. Let's explore that goofiness together, and see how we can protect against it when using Node."

Don't Do Background Jobs on Google Cloud Run

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-04-13

"Google Cloud Run is a great platform as a service, but not for background jobs"

Promisifying Your Node Callback Functions

Engineering Notes 

Sean C Davis

Sean C Davis on 2021-03-25

"Learn how to convert old Node.js callback-based function to new and shiny promised-based functions."

Don’t use underscores in your HTTP Headers

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-03-17

"...at least according to AWS and Nginx!"

Unused Variables in Destructured Arrays

Engineering Notes 

Pedro S Lopez

Pedro S Lopez on 2021-03-16

"How to save your keystrokes when using JavaScript's array destructuring features."

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