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Making setTimeout an async/await function

Here is a handy wrapper that turns setTimeout() into an async function.

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NodeJS 8.5 adds fast native copyFile

NodeJS is awesome, but every now and then you come across something that isn’t really easy. One of those things is copying a file. Seems simple, but a glance at StackOverflow proves otherwise. The answers basically consist of reading a

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MP Select Mini – Extended Bed (Part 3: X axis)

If you missed Part 2: Bed Wiring you can read it here. Much to my surprise, this ended up being the hardest part of the extended bed mod. Mostly because you have to take a lot apart, and the original

Posted in 3D Printing

MP Select Mini – Extended Bed (Part 2: Bed Wiring)

If you missed Part 1 : Y Axis, you can read it here. This surprisingly ended up being the easiest, most trouble-free part of this whole mod. I spent more time debating how to arrange wires than it took to

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MP Select Mini – Extended Bed (Part 1: Y axis)

I’ve been loving my Monoprice Select Mini 3D printer, but after a few months I started to find the print size very limiting. I decided to follow this guide and upgrade my bed to a larger one. The stock print

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Why I’m Sticking With Yarn (Sorry NPM 5)

This post has been a long time coming. I started trying out NPM 5 the day it was released (May 2017), but wanted to reserve judgement until it had some time to “stabilize” and get some initial bugs fixed. As

Posted in JavaScript, Programming

Pretty-printing JavaScript objects with JSON.stringify

It’s fairly frequent that we end up wanting to log what the contents of a JS variable is. Often times though, that ends up being an object. Frequently this leads to something like this: This of course prints: The interpolation

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CodingWithSpike is Jeff Valore. A professional software engineer, focused on JavaScript, Web Development, C# and the Microsoft stack. Jeff is currently a Software Engineer at Virtual Hold Technologies.

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