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Dacexi
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  • 14
    just as a disclaimer; they were 2 tweets appart so I cropped them together into a viewable picture :)
  • 24
    I just got the GitHub email for this, open devRant and see this πŸ€”

    Coincidence? I think not.
    I think I’m to try this feature out.
  • 4
    I think this could be quite useful..
  • 27
    Google Doc functionality coming to IDEs near you
  • 8
    @olback @C0D4 the point of the rant was to show that vscode and atom launched the same feature the same day which is a bit spooky if you ask me
  • 18
    In theory it's cool, in practice it's a nightmare... be distracted for 2 minutes, find a completely different code.
    Or code with anxiety trying not to commit stupid mistakes.

    Commit + merge is too mainstream?
  • 2
    @Dacexi I know, but I still like the idea. And yes, it's not really a coincidence.
  • 3
    @JS96 Actually has this debate earlier, I can see it for doing initial drafts on spec files or markdown docs. Everything past that should be in source control history
  • 4
    This is good only for teaching purposes,
  • 3
    First of all I like the Atom site presenting it more (incl. video), the vs code one makes me slightly cringe and doesn't make me want to even continue, where atom directly addresses an interesting question of "how is this actually shared?", though I wont touch atom even with a mile long stick, its disgustingly slow and literally chokes on a megabyte worth of logfile.
  • 3
    Like if somebody actually did look more into the VS code implementation or docs and can tell how it actually handles it and if its similar or better to atom, please do tag me.
  • 2
    @JoshBent Exactly what I thought. Does this code sharing feature use a P2P protocol or directly send your code into the cloud? If your code is not open source you might have a problem.
  • 1
    there is already an extension for this. Name starts with 'F'
  • 1
    One part of pairs programming is letting a fucker drive if you're working that closely with them...

    This is a useful and cool feature but I don't think it's right for what they're advertising it for.
  • 8
    seems legit
  • 2
    @gnaaah exactly how it should be, I am worried that I still couldnt find as quick VS codes implementation
  • 1
    I use this a lot for protocols in meetings or brain working things (with etherpad). I wouldn't really consider it for programming, though.
  • 2
    @Alice @Cyanite now u can code togetherπŸŽ‰
  • 1
    Lmao
  • 1
    *ironic comment about Google Docs having real time pair editing feature*

    Disclaimer: I don’t really like Google that much.
  • 0
    Floobits πŸ™ƒ
  • 0
    I think this only works for smaller projects
  • 1
    @DefiniteGoose I actually think it does. As pair programming is applicable to any size of project, it could also be done remotely with that feature.

    What doesn't work for big projects, however, is collectively editing the code (in contrast, pair programming means 1 person codes, 1 watches).
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