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"I'm a cook. I have a lot of experience... so, don't question me there - but I have this one question: I have some food. I need to make it hot. What library can I use to make hot? Please help. I'm on a deadline."

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  • 9
    Have you tried jQuery/microwave? It works the best. You literally cannot develop/cook without it! Unless you do it wrong.
  • 4
    cook.js
  • 4
    Heat-sdk
  • 12
    Just use Root’s screwdriver. It has its own javascript framework now, root.js
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    @d-fanelli Root bot can do anything but be human
  • 2
    Multi inheritance. Compose a microwave.

    Do the MI via reflection.

    It will be fun to see the CPU burn.
  • 3
    hold it over ember.js until it starts to smoke.
  • 1
    Just convert your current code base to nodejs and add the microwave as a dependency.

    #npm install microwave

    https://npmjs.com/package/...
  • 1
    @C0D4 I hoped you created the microwave package as a novelty package for this rant. I was mistaken, that thing exists for four years already...
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    npm i combustion.js --save-dev
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    If you really want enterprise level cooking, look no further! FizzbuzzEnterprise will help you out!
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    When I hear a question like this, my thoughts are: How sweat. He thinks he's a cook. What a darling. BUT clearly... he doesn't know how heat works... and has a completely wild and distorted view of the entire idea of "food" and "preparation" - and will probably cut or burn himself... so, we're going to have to ground him - and give him a starting point --- way back at the beginning. If we don't - we'll just be hurting him. --- BUT - as these (although humorous) comments show, you're happy to just tell him about the tools! Which is kinda - the joke I'm laughing at. This person - should not be allowed to use a computer in the first place.
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