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ALL JS TUTORIALS SHOULD EXPIRE AUTOMATICALLY AFTER 1 YEAR AND DISAPPEAR FROM THE INTERNET FOREVER!!!!!

jeez every tutorial i start i realize is no longer relevant code after the npm install step!!
}:-(

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  • 7
    i actually agree :P i am the first to defend Node and by extension JS but there be some shit that is waaaay tf too old to be kept online
  • 10
    I’m just sick of encountering articles and tutorials without any dates.
  • 7
    ++ This, and why don't blogs usually have a date of posting, so at least at a glance you can tell if it is likely to be out of date.
  • 11
    The Internet should be cleansed by fire monthly and start with a blank slate.
  • 5
    The best rant on devrants by far
  • 5
    Every article posted online should have a date specifically because things get outdated so quickly. There is literally no bloody reason not to include it.
  • 1
    Word ..!
  • 1
    @Plasticnova Yes, even worse with professional writers like journalists, doctors, professors & what else...
  • 2
    @Sweash that should just about be illegal
  • 3
    1 year? You’re being far too generous, sir. I’d give 3 months
  • 0
    }:-(

    S: "What's wrong, Patrick?"
    P: "I can't see my forehead"

    @vortex
    Well, nowadays I turn down sources without a timestamp or claiming being relevant though they're stamped 5y+ ago.

    Sadly, most of my universities library does that too.
    Faith in the state and self regulation..
    At least it reveals who you want to work with.
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