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JS / C++ Engineer at Riot Games. Beer, whiskey, coffee snob. React/MobX/GraphQL enthusiast—Jr Developer for life

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Joined Twitter 8/25/09


@elchefe @BadassBowden What a fuckin' scholar. @sarah_federman NAME AND SHAME @MoiTrades I'm guessing because it would add unnecessary complexity to the framework. React would have to save all… https://t.co/OdyTGjwxw0Baha fixed it! Now I just have that stupid "add a key you lazy asshole" warning but I've been ignoring those for *y… https://t.co/rssHeX90oohttps://t.co/qmeElM9jWeMe: "I think I finally understand data loading with Suspense. It was tricky at first, but once you understand some… https://t.co/y9SB5QlrG1Seriously what are Clorox wipes made of and why are they still unavailable? Are they made from Unicorn placenta? Ba… https://t.co/MJkBpZil9K @freezydorito Whatever. You. Want. @dan_abramov @reactjs @Next Good I think :) Seems like it makes sense. @kvlly You’re networking - essential for a small business owner like yourself @dan_abramov @reactjs @Next Oh interesting I see successive calls to startTransition() reset the timeout each time,… https://t.co/zUBhNSJrh2
8/11
2020
@elchefe Brutal. Gory. Wonderful. @dan_abramov @reactjs @Next https://t.co/fLcUeP4AD6 @reactjs @Next (not being snarky - talking about the new event and effect behaviors) @reactjs Are these new features now also in your experimental / Suspense @next builds?Today, we’re releasing the first Release Candidate for React 17! This release is rather unusual: it contains no new… https://t.co/myA0lTMitJ
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @ferdaber @buildsghost @ZackArgyle https://t.co/8HUkWyBvvY @buildsghost @ZackArgyle Look I'm not saying I'm a king maker, but .... @ZackArgyle @buildsghost That’s some real “There Will be Blood” shit right there https://t.co/rhp0rNJkJ7 @buildsghost @ZackArgyle Hey all - my apologies - I wasn’t being snarky. I honestly didn’t know Zack was at Faceboo… https://t.co/ADYDgepHmY @ZackArgyle Prolly @buildsghost but he seems pretty happy at Discord. @donavon Hahaha I do remember. I was on board with MS owning GH from day ONE @matthewcp @SimonHalimonov @ming_codes @MSTRMN_ Yeah absolutely. I've never touched RN, and don't have any plans to in the near future. @nyxtom @ming_codes @MSTRMN_ True, but there's zero tree-shaking in React, so the advertised size probably isn't changing anytime soon. @lukejacksonn @ming_codes @MSTRMN_ Extremely hard to find real-life comparisons, and the benchmarks we use to compa… https://t.co/VcinZzDXRW @_developit @ming_codes @MSTRMN_ That's fair. Just to clarify, I've heard framework agnostic people claim that Reac… https://t.co/GdnOyu67Me @hornietzsche Does openjs have the money to continue paying the current full time developers working on React top d… https://t.co/vr6HEqDTTL @YoureASHy At least $10K per month. *At least* @Rich_Harris whatchu think? @seldo @crisscrossjess The thing about the "just a conflict" argument that's especially funny is that the US has li… https://t.co/HLgDuL6T2a @BeerAndBlank I owe you a royalty for this one :-) https://t.co/Hm53BNy22C https://t.co/fpWbACsVhjActual reenactment of my early attempts at getting React Suspense-based data fetching to work. https://t.co/NYWku4cQVY
8/10
2020
@ming_codes @MSTRMN_ Preact is great, but it’s a stretch to claim it’s objectively better. I’ve seen multiple intel… https://t.co/hydNSNTbHU @MSTRMN_ Eh - I don't think that'd do too much good, especially with Suspense 2 and a half years in, with no end an… https://t.co/q89iCw5P2gAny chance Microsoft can also buy React while they're in the process of buying up TikTok? https://t.co/lf1AtIsjKgNon political tweet of the night https://t.co/dP0pTO6Q19
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @RandallKanna WE HAVE TO RE-INDEX THIS DATABASE TABLE STAT! @VicVijayakumar @seldo @BrainScraps Oh whoops I should have known I wouldn't be the first to say this. I believe ev… https://t.co/Mbi01sfhCu @seldo Whitney / Dolly "I will always love you" is likely a close second here. @DavidKPiano Just limited time is the only thing holding me back - gonna make a real effort to give is a shot here soon tho :D
8/9
2020
@acemarke How can I become as smart as you???Good boy just cruising around the street.. 🐶 🎥 TT: simonhulme0 https://t.co/PxZIPVqRWm
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @acemarke I’ll try. Have you looked into Suspense integration for Redux? Sadly seems as unworkable now as when I fi… https://t.co/9GQn8Euz29Oh god oh god I posted my code on Twitter what the fuck was I thinking https://t.co/5Nhi3egr9wIf you want the side-by-side, here's the PR. This will let you see more clearly where the QueryManager class is l… https://t.co/sb4Txwy7mnIf you wanna see some code, here's the WIP branch. The code is (probably) done, absent a few likely bugs, but it ne… https://t.co/wUiOFwdR1HI'll be super interested to see how well things like XState work with Suspense. I've never used it (wanna check it… https://t.co/xE7865dnzvBut most of QueryManager is now in my hook, tied tightly to hooks constructs (useEffect, useState, etc) for the Sus… https://t.co/mLPZXMD4vuuse that QueryManager with a render props api (before I killed that) or even with a component decorator (lol who re… https://t.co/HAMvLSdfRUCon's - The code is very, very tied to React, now. Before, I had a nice QueryManager class that managed the intera… https://t.co/sQVM8r9MnNCon's: - There's less stateful code. The old, non-Suspense code was *much* more clear, and simple. The new code is… https://t.co/3vXuKoAjTySo, the end result: Pro's: - Code just "fits together nicely" - much less stateful code, if that makes sense. -… https://t.co/VAc7lDi5hvYou need to adjust your mental model of how React works in a Suspense world, and start following some old rules tha… https://t.co/UmRBuQg6roFirst, difficulty is hard to gauge. I was stupid enough to do this while Suspense was still in Beta, and totally un… https://t.co/mSlnvOjOuZI've got my React GraphQL client updated, and Suspense ready 🎉🍾🥳 Things like cache reset, and manual reloads are n… https://t.co/qI8cwsAEWdC++ at the age of 17. So if I ever come off as a cantankerous asshole, that's why. I'm so sorry. https://t.co/9voTQGBsEyOk who did this https://t.co/DxBzRNSv8H
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @jschmidt8t @swyx Assume this code exists. Task is to implement the Promise class, from scratch, to get matching be… https://t.co/NYXcI5vgz4 @jschmidt8t @swyx The code to resolve a promise is already written. The task is for YOU to manually create your own… https://t.co/2KRk9uzudh @jschmidt8t @swyx Task asks you to create the Promise class, from scratch. A+ = the spec governing Promises. Task s… https://t.co/N7s71A3IG1 @herosnvrdie69 Indistinguishable from parody @worldwise001 Most people are leading with “people.” That’s important, but just having a tech stack that you love,… https://t.co/otAHRMRgNH @ziphnor @BenLesh @shanselman @worldwise001 Then again extra money has a fun way of making mundane work seem super… https://t.co/8ruhOZCPyg @swyx See this code? * Code creates a promise that resolves in 1 second * p.then(() => console.log(“resolved”))… https://t.co/hgAmNae2sb @ken_wheeler Oh come on at least we have shadow domI never get tired of visiting this site on mobile and seeing what it would feel like if the web gave a shit about b… https://t.co/YUTzONwXvl
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @shellscape Bet ur ass it is 😋🥃 @michaelbenin Oh that was plan B, don't worry, and I imagine the dude at the UPS store wouldn't give a fuck and wouldn't ask :)
8/8
2020
Remember that tragic tweet a few weeks ago of the wonderful Whiskey the shitty state of Oklahoma wouldn’t let me or… https://t.co/dZOurkbuVE @CHERdotdev These replies are demoralizing. Goddamn Facebook sucks.False scarcity is lame. https://t.co/x6xeHi9k98
Retweeted by Adam RackisThis tweet is one of the top 10 tweets ever tweeted by anyone and today seems like a particularly good time to give… https://t.co/ltw6ogs1Dn @likeOMGitsFEDAY 🙇‍♂️🥃🍷To be clear I will always be nice to recruiters (and you should too!) Not only are they just doing their jobs, but… https://t.co/DVFgJabUNDIt appears updating my LinkedIn to be current and correct has alerted local recruiters that I’m looking for a new j… https://t.co/LxK6SjTg6Q @palmerj3 https://t.co/eCRXYFW1IVMy trick is not being creative enough to think of any new side projects until well after the prior ones are finishe… https://t.co/ygUBerKwHG @isosteph Meanwhile https://t.co/5z6t0Lq5p3Me in February: COVID prolly won't be a problem. Key West for Spring Break is happening! Me in March: COVID should… https://t.co/HvTJ1i3udf
8/7
2020
@buildsghost I think about that opportunity cost all. the. time. I'm excited for it too, but after 2.5 years I kee… https://t.co/75wjsosSsbGotta take your wins when you can get them! https://t.co/vRBQNiBVVB @slicknet @GEICO * narrator * "It was not worth waiting for" @skafandr_dr @crazywhaat @matthewcp I believe OP was talking about pure FP languages like Haskel, Scheme, etc @crazywhaat @matthewcp You’re the only one flaming here. As is usually the case when fp comes up. Awkward, weird la… https://t.co/IVbMydzoCf @stubbornella Whoa men are less dumb here than woman? I’m ... I’m shocked. A rare moment of non-embarrassment for m… https://t.co/fz6rdbM4xo @crazywhaat @matthewcp Kinda is. If people aren't using it to build things, then ... @acemarke I can't wait for the inevitable "Flutter used to be fun, but now it's too hard and unfriendly to beginner… https://t.co/tjRSeyR0jG* wipes a tear * Flutter is going through the same adolescence React did a few years ago. They grow up so fast.… https://t.co/bJS0V5oQvr @squeedee @matthewcp Dropping bits of fp into imperative programming is a wonderful thing. No doubt.Imperative programming is superior to functional programming. The moon lander was not written in haskell.
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @freezydorito Like I guess fake raw fish should in theory be less gross (and dangerous) than actual raw fish but my… https://t.co/wN6KzkOBJI @freezydorito https://t.co/2b3fNnwa6B @__xuorig__ @AndersKlenke @chrisdani3l @GKlijs Eh I've got the book on torrent sites hang on lemme get the url haha jk @meyerweb @goldengateblond https://t.co/msvIdjtx00 @ArleneAndrews_1 Damn that might actually work @DrReinhold @chazmuzz @edelman215 Not really, at least not if doing so skirts the law. If you're already a multi-mi… https://t.co/7KrA6ySQQxAlso lol it was issue number 69 https://t.co/KzhKZmF59Btfw a JS celebrity is using your open source project and seeing good results with it 🎉 https://t.co/MLJl2ZyVp8 https://t.co/rnqEqDytuXImagine you reset cache, then some slow (now out-of-date) data fetches come in With the original code, you'd pollu… https://t.co/JfuuBm0TobOne cool thing I'm seeing about Suspense is that, by following the rules, counter-intuitive and inconvenient as the… https://t.co/7dMCcOK3ii @dan_abramov @acdlite Sorry - we're talking past each other. Ofc a big graph with N components that, overall, takes… https://t.co/igTn3F9NVF
8/6
2020

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