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Humanist ∪ Technologist. <3 working with the web. Occasional Dutch speaker.

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Tomorrow night CFP closes, get your talk in quick! Also buy a ticket before tomorrow night and get to vote on which talks are accepted!
Retweeted by Mark WubbenJust shipped 1.0 of my Babel plugin to enable importing file metadata using a glob pattern. Check it out! https://t.co/DmcMW06HvgWant to contribute to open-source project? Now is a great time! AVA has some "beginner" issues you can help out with https://t.co/LvnZO5cmyQ
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2/11
2016
We're making some @geteslint rules for @ava__js, to prevent mistakes and enforce test style. Anyone wanna help out? https://t.co/7iRLyIHYVM
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @timruffles 'use numbers. for realz';AVA, the JS test runner, now has a Twitter account → @ava__js Follow for updates and testing related stuff.
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2/9
2016
✨Announcing ✨ AVA - Futuristic test runner 🚀 https://t.co/djlKNFTNQL Runs tests in parallel & has @babeljs builtin. https://t.co/6m2M0Ptfgz
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2/8
2016
@BenjaminCoe "have it published" you mean as a dependency? I suppose so, assuming it is active. More likely teams w/in companies though
2/7
2016
@olleolleolle haha that's a weird one isn't it?
2/4
2016
Some major channeling of Supernatural in the latest X-Files!
2/2
2016
Munch is awesome https://t.co/LqJMEkhBLk @janl so I can focus on improving my app (not module) knowing everything else remains the same @kriswager scare quotes
1/27
2016
@zeeg oh that's not a bad idea. Not aiming to have many crashes ;-) thanks, Sentry is pretty sweet otherwise @getsentry Yea that may be an option, thanks.Yikes, at $108/year @getsentry’s hobbyist plan is way more expensive than my projected server costs. Bit much for just running my site ☹️nyc@5.5.0 has been released \o/ you can now configure your coverage report's output folder https://t.co/njIOEBZfn2
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1/26
2016
That API actually looks a lot more understandable than Node's https://t.co/z93BUwU1Cp
1/25
2016
@Mr_Stezz next step is to disable wifi on that other router 😉 ISP issued one?
1/24
2016
@MCirlanaru thanks! Didn't realize my recently published modules are broken because of this, now I don't have to write a fix 😃Fuck yea https://t.co/AEZdPmQ7ov
1/22
2016
They're fine for building data types, but don't structure your application around them or any kind of OO. https://t.co/leKXGM2KX2
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1/20
2016
@rmurphey I have the previous model of https://t.co/45A4ZDVtuN and it's great
1/17
2016
That should really switch to staggered, summarizing notifications! https://t.co/JK26yhr63KI wrote a @babeljs plugin! https://t.co/groqiusOwE for those admittedly rare cases where importing one module at a time is inconvenient 🚀The open collaborative competition in JavaScript is amazing. https://t.co/8LrEGZBwPe
1/14
2016
Oh do I! https://t.co/FXOjymgiouIf you think that web development "went to shit" any time in the last 5 years, you haven’t been doing this very long.
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1/12
2016
Don’t ask your contributors to npm install any packages globally. Set up aliases for tasks via "scripts" config in package.json.
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1/7
2016
@mahemoff true @mahemoff it's still pretty sweet to go on US Netflix due to the varying licensing deals. Not too hard to self-host proxies either.
1/6
2016
@domenic … and as soon as I post that Twitter shows more replies and turns out it's already been mentioned 😬 @domenic https://t.co/KTuMNCalm5 maybe? Haven't actually used it myself @pilif @miksago XP has already reach end of life. Another year for Vista though… https://t.co/rb4iPGCqmx🎉 https://t.co/vqBOaDPemT"Practical module loader design" by @zetafleet https://t.co/PXxmyKFotW Probably the best and most detailed article I've read on the topic.
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1/5
2015
@miksago @philnash no cheating now. UTC makes it official. @philnash going as fast as I can!New blog post: "How to fix a bug in an open-source project" https://t.co/tljf4ddi0c
Retweeted by Mark Wubbennyc@5.1.1 is now released, with support for caching thanks to @jamestalmage \o/ https://t.co/DTkmw0CaML
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @miksago poor existing team that gets stuck with the legacy code base
12/31
2015
@alpercugun https://t.co/zo56inL4Xr does. Delivery estimates in a one hour window.
12/24
2015
@Mr_Stezz --fixup takes any ref, not just a commit. Try --fixup=head or --fixup=head^ for the one before that
12/20
2015
- Hov hov... er det en guldtand? https://t.co/9Lv0NMHDjY
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12/19
2015
@sil @segphault "The CEO also said he would never build government backdoors into its products" doesn't seem very willing
12/18
2015
@codepo8 that just means they could've used that screen to show Star Wars. Or maybe that's not the movie I'm supposed to be looking for.
12/17
2015
@MCirlanaru how's things anyway? Are you stateside at the moment? @henrietteweber Yay! I'll be here! @henrietteweber still in London for the foreseeable future. @henrietteweber pretty much nowhere! Just hacking on stuff at the moment.OKAY finally got it together. My post on why you need to shut up on bashing languages https://t.co/YiHGD8hS4x
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @MCirlanaru or just coincides better with primary season this way
12/16
2015
Lots of strenuous qualifiers to make Tim Peake a first. How about "first *since* Helen Sharman in 1991?" https://t.co/TY8J0iYBf8Of course @npmjs has a package for metasyntactic variables. And of course @substack wrote it. https://t.co/PuvkCtuYkh @phiggins it might be building indexes etc in the background. Measure again in a few days maybe?
12/15
2015
@jaffathecake @domenic @ErikArvidsson I do that but I try to keep it alphabetical, modules before classes. Tricky with multiple imports @pete_v @thomasj I'd recommend Fastmail as well
12/14
2015
Happy to contribute better API docs and a new clock.next() method to lolex 1.4 (powering fake timers in Sinon.JS) https://t.co/pgOSMC7v3M
12/11
2015
nyc 5.0.0 is out with with support for globs, and fixes for subprocesses in Windows \o/ thanks everyone who helped: https://t.co/njIOECgQeA
Retweeted by Mark Wubbennyc, the code coverage tool, just shipped v5 with my contributions to transpiler & source map support. Install now! https://t.co/BNVjBzOW2a @mantoni @kopseng I've upgraded a fairly extensive test suite. Only problem was the new stub.reset() behavior, nice! https://t.co/tSeoXYWSmT
12/10
2015
@mrgnrdrck @cjno @mantoni @kopseng cheers, they've been rebased :)
12/9
2015
This is a fantastic deconstruction of sexism in tech; brief and with lots of links to research https://t.co/PxJgTohtJd via @AdasList
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @arranrp can't seem to transfer the ticket though. Perhaps because both accounts are + aliases. @arranrp I'm sure it'll keep happening, it's my Paypal address that's wrong because of them not letting me change currency/country. @Gernot of course my Paypal address is not my usual address because 5y ago I couldn't switch currencies, so I ended up with a third account….@eventbrite used the email address from my Paypal account. I now have two Eventbrite accounts. @simonianson cross being one of those! So yea, whatever it takes to competebookmarked for future use https://t.co/KpwZBwrAhV
Retweeted by Mark WubbenThis is excellent. On the choices we make. In this case turning pro ‘cross racer. @CXHelen deserves her success. https://t.co/kAbv23q1iu
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @simonianson my cousin is a pro cross racer. I don't think he'd be able to do it without the very active support of his family. @pieteromvlee of course. How else can it print the pixels into your PDF file?
12/8
2015
@mrgnrdrck @cjno @mantoni @kopseng heya if you've got a moment I've got some contributions I'd like to make to lolex https://t.co/2xpH0qKtQ1
12/7
2015
@mrgnrdrck hey wondering if you're the right person to talk to regarding some lolex contributions here: https://t.co/2xpH0qKtQ1 thanks!
12/2
2015
@miksago fuck yeah!!!!! That's most excellent. Congrats!
12/1
2015
after 20 years of being told that web programmers aren't real programmers it's weird to learn that code in cars is garbage
Retweeted by Mark Wubben @peterc yessir!The correct title would be “Don’t use Math.random() to seed security sensitive UUIDs” … or anything sensitive. https://t.co/vu91zMoHHM #fud
Retweeted by Mark WubbenExcellent post. This is why to adopt a stance which seems at odds with your instincts, and give it to others to read https://t.co/Ey0StKT2FG
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11/30
2015
@Mr_Stezz 1 people!“Why Hackers Must Welcome Social Justice Advocates” by @coralineada https://t.co/OjWE1mjpaH
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11/29
2015
Hard to disagree with any of these: “Ten Reasons Why We Are Doomed to Lose the War Against ISIS” https://t.co/b504sraQml
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11/28
2015
Thx to @mikemaccana for organizing a neat @ginjs_london! For those I regaled with stories about Raft here's my code https://t.co/wDxja39pLVI think that's great and getting close to what I'd expect cookies to behave in the first place. https://t.co/aCIdYPm6xf
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11/27
2015
From an underrepresented group in tech? I'm giving away a free ticket to Clojure Exchange worth £500 https://t.co/So2WxerJtB Please RT
Retweeted by Mark WubbenAlways wanted to know how to get accurate code coverage reports for your Babel code? This is for you! https://t.co/piPtoWKvWKBeen building Buoyant, a framework for adding the Raft Consensus Algorithm to your Node apps. Check it out https://t.co/wDxja39pLV
11/26
2015
@glynwintle oh I don't. Weird though that enforcement appears to be aimed at larger ISPs… but then it's just a data grab anyway @glynwintle so using a small ISP keeps you out of the government's reach?This: "Companies should pay corporation tax (…) the proportionate spread of their sales." https://t.co/YfkAIkHAVY
11/25
2015
@pr1001 sweet! @pr1001 I'll be in London
11/23
2015
@amsterdamized as if the kids care
11/21
2015
My thoughts on Sustainable Open Source projects: https://t.co/ucLgIKSJ6f
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11/20
2015
@teabass plenty creative names still available ;-) as @miksago indicated though it's very useful for private/organizational packagesGoes for any language in my opinion. JSDoc is not helping as far as Node is concerned. https://t.co/LIra41NdpC
11/19
2015
@thomasj I use @1Password. They do publish various details about their encryption, but of course I'm not enough of an expert to verify… @thomasj fixed or not it doesn't inspire confidenceSo much time zone trivia! https://t.co/qHYPxfSSjd
11/18
2015
LONDON JAVASCRIPT PERSONS 🍸 gin.js is back! TICKETS ➡️ https://t.co/EDAjRvNuuh Yaay @smarkets for sponsoring! 🐙
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11/17
2015
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