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TypeScript, scala, UX, cats. "Success so clearly in view... Or is it merely a trick of the light?"

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Joined Twitter 5/30/13


@_developit https://t.co/V28ZnT6BtaConcept Creep: As a social issue such as racism or sexual harassment becomes rarer, people react by expanding their… https://t.co/5dm2ZP6Iq0
Retweeted by Alex Galays @kentcdodds You can get close to a perfect cache with server push but it comes at a great complexity. I really don'… https://t.co/JFLvGe6YPk
2/16
2020
@_developit Preact, carefully crafted with love.
2/15
2020
@mattchew1010 @ken_wheeler @jaredpalmer It reduces an Array to a value (anything: object, number, another array, et… https://t.co/Rfvxbb0HZr @BenjamMartin which one is that @cbirchall ewwwww, why is this even allowed lol.
2/14
2020
@markdalgleish Why even write bugs in the first place? jeez
2/13
2020
@josericaurte @markdalgleish https://t.co/1LEatRCyV0
2/12
2020
"One of my favorite performance anecdotes is the SQLite 3.8.7 release, which was 50% faster than the previous relea… https://t.co/z1NEXOedF6
Retweeted by Alex Galays @erwan @mathowie 100k could be that one more room for the kids... and it's going to last for years. @erwan @QasimRashid yes @marvinhagemeist Tech lead ? :)
2/11
2020
@Rich_Harris I think twitter might be even worse
2/9
2020
@dhh @Leefrog2 @jasonfried A bit underpowered but hey.
2/7
2020
@cmuratori @Jonathan_Blow @SilvioMilvio @daniel_carvalho and yet people do matrix animation in JS, mwahahahah. (Please don't) @katchwreck @floydophone It can be very slow as well, depending on the browser and usage :(
2/6
2020
@_developit What about signal/noise or useful code/boilerplate ratio?
2/3
2020
@_developit Have you tried Xenoblade Chronicles? Pretty casual and fun. @_developit @phunkren @Vintharas Dark soul's secret easy mode is playing with a friend and rush levels before some… https://t.co/yI5unBZ28V @_developit @Vintharas 3 is way better than 1 and (especially) 2. You won't miss much story wise, it's not very linear anyway.
2/2
2020
@KeithRedmond15 @markdalgleish ActionScript was TypeScript on a (tiny) budget :D @alexcarrollmn @markdalgleish Ah but they're entirely different. Coffeescript was just hypsterscript, different syn… https://t.co/E3VUqaijAq @dev01ution @markdalgleish And software is a product of the human mind. @dev01ution @markdalgleish The world is typed
2/1
2020
@bkboki @AdamRackis @maxschmeling Still feels a bit dangerous. What if the event listener was created as a closure? @floydophone @maxlynch I like how genuine it is. Most companies would say "just move fast" which is quite impossible. @housecor "Strive to keep state as low as possible." Hence why redux is a flawed solution. There's a case for app… https://t.co/ZC0QFvGNua
1/31
2020
@jonlauridsen @dhh @kelseyhightower You're right, it should be way more popular. So much money saved. @e6djdjsmam @ornicar yeah fake I think. The hands are conveniently removed from the stage each time so that the video is easier to edit. @ornicar I know nothing about chess but aren't the pieces just impossible to move while keeping them rooted in most configurations? @markdalgleish @JescoWuester @PullJosh <Spacer /> choice @markdalgleish @JescoWuester @PullJosh className="somethingWithNegativeMarginsToOffset" 😓
1/30
2020
@CoralineAda You've gone waaaaay too far. Think carefully and logically about what you are proposing... it's not tenable.
1/29
2020
@SharkclawV @BrandonBloom Which means absolutely nothing.
1/28
2020
@markdalgleish top 10 meme
1/27
2020
@nullvoxpopuli @ee0pdt @brO_0keN @macsikora @acemarke All I'm saying is that redux decided to conflate global state… https://t.co/uAMBjr3IQJ @ee0pdt @nullvoxpopuli @brO_0keN @macsikora @acemarke I strongly dislike doing that. Why use two completely differe… https://t.co/Pt8lwgKLiQ @BenLesh @hrmny_ More cognitive load too. - "was it the default or just named?" - "why should <I> think of a good… https://t.co/zSJt2nWnwX @BenLesh @hrmny_ but of course.
1/25
2020
@mweststrate yeah. It's one weakness of redux, you get the whole store data or nothing :( @mweststrate Why not send the related data at dispatch time?
1/24
2020
@Rich_Harris And make it that much harder to create a brand new browser in the process! @garybernhardt Validating I/O is mandatory (even the url params, localStorage, etc) Too bad it's on the heavy side… https://t.co/KR5556n25G
1/23
2020
@sebastienlorber @sebmarkbage I think there's a disconnect here. The industry is using Providers without a good default value A LOT. @sebmarkbage Redux's Provider is required too. The entire industry is using this pattern.
1/22
2020
@hrmny_ Yes, I think so (reaction?) but what if you need an effect owned by a component? traps!i.e, react/preact really hate mutations.isn't react-mobx very frail by design? (defeating the point of the magic) If a component depends on A and A.B, but… https://t.co/ERw5nwrVee @markdalgleish oh no. @sebcreme @greweb dada?
1/20
2020
@AlanLevinovitz @erwan Help, a tweet with nuance in my timeline, I think twitter is broken? @markdalgleish Tweet saying you will stop posting serious things and go back to memes: liked.
1/19
2020
Apparemment au XXI eme siècle, il est toujours et encore possible de prendre en otage les droits et le corps des fe… https://t.co/6l0OFM1PUF
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1/18
2020
@beganovichhh @markdalgleish @mastef A complete knockoutWeb Components. https://t.co/Dpp2SHDaKq
Retweeted by Alex Galays @natewave Yes.
1/16
2020
@markdalgleish 🤮His reaction when asked to name something President Trump has done well... https://t.co/tPPp0WO9Dj
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1/15
2020
@DanielHoffmann_ Only if the function is called within the stack of an event handler. If you have a setTimeout, use… https://t.co/bNLoNSYM54 @emojibzh https://t.co/OAwm5kDn0s @_developit I KNOW RIGHT
1/14
2020
@iamwarry @anatolium De quoi acheter 100 fois le bonheur 🙃Dating app fatigue >>> JS fatigueGeneral rendering batching + leaner/simpler/faster core code leads to a huge headstart performance wise 😌One thing preact does way better than react is that it batches calls to useState setters, regardless of whether the… https://t.co/2tSIXvFnRh @hashim_warren Smaller functions = *Maybe cool* More indirection = Probably not cool at all @MotorCitySue1 @neiltyson @CasellasRichard This is as dumb as saying the future is male. We just shouldn't care. @_developit Sooo, you either have a big HD and your browser just was happy to use that much, or you visited these 3… https://t.co/mTTCytyGIN
1/13
2020
@RenaudBressand Feels obvious in hindsight, right? Why should this particular job require any less communication th… https://t.co/3uzm4jByp5 @iamwarry @libe Software is hard
1/10
2020
@jaffathecake Your MAC needs more polish! @andrewonhere @taniarascia normalizing has little to do with good, nested object design though :p For instance, if… https://t.co/rYWE1OBIAX @taniarascia https://t.co/y24eDVCLz2 (it may be over the top if you don't care about TS)
1/9
2020
Kangaroo can’t stop hugging the volunteer who saved her life https://t.co/iN9to6Zg8C
Retweeted by Alex Galays @BisTheFairy This is the ugliest one of the bunch🔥SAVAGE🔥 Ricky Gervais just gave the best opening speech at the #GoldenGlobes ever. He absolutely DESTROYED Holly… https://t.co/n7Gisn5h4z
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1/7
2020
This prediction was bang on the money. It's just the dates and names that were wrong. https://t.co/1XJmuVMV5t
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1/3
2020
@_developit @slightlylate @SlexAxton @samccone I feel like a compiler, having to optimize hooks and callbacks by hand 😑
1/2
2019
How to justify breaking up an application: Step 1. Call it a monolith
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12/30
2019
A long time ago on an Internet far, far away. https://t.co/1OWuyZCwdd
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12/29
2019
@markdalgleish Each variable should have its reducer. @matthewcp @sawtoothsamo @AdamRackis If you/your team deeply care about popular, ready made libs that hardcoded rea… https://t.co/LDl9tIZmiDhttps://t.co/b4pm103Ms0
Retweeted by Alex Galays @marvinhagemeist @vannsl hummm @marvinhagemeist @vannsl Really enjoyed watching it too :) @_developit Imagine if you killed someone because you used == instead of ===
12/28
2019
@_developit Only one way to find out if the app is accurate 🙃 @GitHubHelp @GitHubEng Hello, can you PLEASE unflag my github account? (AlexGalays) It's been 6 days now. Thanks.
12/27
2019
The main reason why FP is taking time to become mainstream is the unnecessary complexities often introduced by many… https://t.co/xBMn5HlIcM
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12/26
2019
@marvinhagemeist @LucaColonnello @markdalgleish I vote for no Concurrent Mode 😇 Complexity breeds complexity; have… https://t.co/SrFCnWFyen @alex_permiakov @jaffathecake This is a simplistic example. Things get mighty hairy with async/await once you intro… https://t.co/swn2oTXJvM
12/24
2019
@mrjedmao @hankchizljaw @preactjs yes
12/23
2019
@_developit Replaying Chrono Trigger now, it's soooo tight
12/22
2019
https://t.co/Wi6LLUWT8m
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12/20
2019
This is hilarious/sad and also forbidden in France :D https://t.co/EZx1YvM25u
12/19
2019
@ornicar I send you thoughts and al'arrabiata prayersReact developers reading about Svelte. https://t.co/JAFNHGgpqb
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12/18
2019
@_developit A carpet so light it can fly.
12/17
2019
@skaalf it's popular in my house.
12/13
2019

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