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Corey Martin @coreybeep Washington, DC

1,305 Following   331 Followers   411 Tweets

Joined Twitter 1/26/11


@gxespino Congrats, Glenn! I’ve enjoyed following your projects
10/9
2019
@b0rk This is awesome. Where would something like BigTable or Cassandra fit in?
10/8
2019
Let’s look at those lapels 🔎🧵💖 . . I love the details of garment construction. The welts and pockets, the topstitch… https://t.co/dVeYbSn8e2
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9/21
2019
@adamlogic I like scopes because I can be certain that they’re safe to chain w other AR stuff
9/9
2019
Thank you @SouthwestAir https://t.co/JPMhZZdlqa
9/2
2019
Heroku just posted a remote Platform Support Engineer role. Support at Heroku is engineer-driven, so this is a grea… https://t.co/sDWI6eS8an
8/28
2019
@ElliottKozuch Sending you hugs
8/27
2019
A tremendously affecting documentary series that gets at the humanity of being sick and looking for answers. From N… https://t.co/6PxshK1JQD
8/18
2019
@andrewmcodes @tailwindcss This is great. I’ve been really curious about Tailwind
8/8
2019
Thought of this idea last Wednesday. One week later, 24+ hrs of coding + tons of coffee and it's built! Time-boxed… https://t.co/aP66W1HgrY
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8/7
2019
@gxespino @meetingzeroHQ Way to go, Glenn!
7/22
2019
@NickyHolden @heroku @salesforce Thanks Nick!
7/12
2019
Thrilled to join @heroku and @salesforce as a Heroku Customer Solutions Architect, helping teams succeed with a pla… https://t.co/Q60FTXxAj6
7/11
2019
⭐️The book is live and you can read it online now! Shape Up: Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters… https://t.co/qvEbRqiwRk
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7/9
2019
I just released Referral, a new Ruby CLI that helps you analyze your code. It's probably the most significant thing… https://t.co/w0nlmO8Ta0
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6/27
2019
@Shpigford Check out your app-level database pool size as described in this article: https://t.co/f0EIwRWEbl. You c… https://t.co/hqwfs7GM3H
6/21
2019
@_peggyli We’ve all been there! Cc @actblue @ActBlueTech
6/7
2019
@searls Migrations! What! @valeriecodes Ah, thanks! Will take care to avoid nondeterministic ordering... could get confusing really quickly!There's also a security-by-obscurity benefit, making URL's harder to guess, though of course apps should protect a… https://t.co/W1oDBky8qvHard to think of a reason to not use UUID's as primary keys in a Postgres database. They avoid integer overflows an… https://t.co/njD8yOy4ad
5/31
2019
@rtfeldman @ken_wheeler @dan_abramov I was in elementary school when my parents bought it for me. Felt like magic.… https://t.co/EZOcLfAGX0 @andrewmcodes Yeah... data elements all over the place, I feel ya! @andrewmcodes Agree. I've been treating it as a project-wide decision since hard for me to picture using both in on… https://t.co/h7pAu7k5I0Try out StandardRB in your Ruby / Rails apps. Saves a lot of simple mistakes, like using `=` instead of `==` in an… https://t.co/ml27qj2bliThe biggest difference so far - in React you use the component tree to pass down props, logic, etc. With Stimulus,… https://t.co/7vFW1pIc4q @reactrb Fascinating, thanks for sharingStimulus feels less like using a separate front-end thing (i.e. React), and more like using Rails with well-organiz… https://t.co/Hl7IpD87lgI'm using Stimulus JS for all JS in a medium-size Rails app. JS is well-contained, no duplicated view logic, and Tu… https://t.co/EfVhGgRyqo
5/30
2019
We’re taking maps from the archives and breathing new life into them with bold colors. https://t.co/uBvCR9lKk0https://t.co/s7bkoed69r
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5/9
2019
Advanced ActiveRecord video lessons from the now-free Upcase are thorough and will have new tips for just about any… https://t.co/P0UqCvr65x
4/29
2019
And a linter isn't just for style. It can identify files with invalid syntax before you hit a runtime error.Don't want to spend time making style decisions for your Ruby code? Try StandardRB, a great Ruby linter and fixer.… https://t.co/rjbN3qEgvJ
4/27
2019
Ever run into a race condition with Rails' `find_or_create_by`? I hadn't either, until now. A UNIQUE index paired w… https://t.co/pWHcdjzfQv @NickyHolden @heroku @adamlogic Nope but you can attach the add-on to multiple apps which will keep the environment variables in sync!
4/26
2019
Just one thing to add - `brew install redis` and `brew services start redis`. This + native Webpack integration wit… https://t.co/N8xX5bw8S9Getting set up for Ruby on Rails development on a new Mac is now <20 minutes with this guide… https://t.co/hXzsOltO4z
4/22
2019
Do you use Basecamp in your software development process? I'm working on something that could help - send me a DM!
4/15
2019
Fake code in Westworld is amazing - React makes a cameo https://t.co/Nwt7z7O9Tc
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2/17
2019
And thank you @rosapolis !Thrilled that https://t.co/EiTBKn6pdG is listed as a Basecamp 3 integration (https://t.co/gNNur0Pd5n). Give it a wh… https://t.co/uz79qHICa9
2/6
2019
@adamlogic Awesome. I’m intrigued!
2/1
2019
@adamlogic Cool! When will it be in production?
1/31
2019
@adamlogic Thanks! Miss you too! I’ve enjoyed following @railsautoscale and @MasteringHeroku - rock on.
1/28
2019
Use #Basecamp for project management, and wish you could auto-assign to-dos? Created a tool to auto-assign Basecamp… https://t.co/LB3X8Ikbnj
1/26
2018
Join #BeAVoter in the US election. Get started to find your polling place and see who is on your ballot. https://t.co/KUInznlWhx
11/6
2018
🔥 tip: you can set shortcuts right into the URL bar in chrome Here's a demo "notes" opens a specific folder in… https://t.co/NR4nUuDKfs
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8/27
2018
The best open source date/time picker I've seen https://t.co/5ioaA79UCa
2/17
2017
@sebmck @BankofAmerica Schwab is fantastic
12/8
2017
@singfoom @Gemfury Experiencing the same
9/22
2017
@comcastcares My bill shot up from $44 to $77 in a single month, and all we have is internet. I've been a loyal customers for years!
8/4
2017
@OvercastFM Weird issue - when I search "Trumpcast" when adding a new podcast, nothing comes up. But "Slate's Trumpcast" is listed in recs
5/17
2017
I wrote something up this weekend about my year at Uber, and why I left: https://t.co/SyREtfLuZH
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2/19
2017
@ABakedJoint thank you!
2/16
2017
@RedHenDC thank you for standing up for our country's principles
2/15
2017
@brandonhilkert nice! Plain text only? @brandonhilkert tricky space. Best I've seen is not Ruby: https://t.co/7qn9SU3sI0
2/11
2017
New post about what I've been working on lately at Drip: Solving Our Slow Query Problem https://t.co/90jeOF0b9T
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2/9
2017
"Untitled" #MuslimBan #chicago https://t.co/Vvm4zo9Icp
Retweeted by Corey Martin @TaylorGourmet Companies like Nando's took a strong stand for what they believe in. Weighing in with a bland statement like this is baffling
1/31
2017
@DCPoliceDept thank you for all you do for our city!
1/22
2017
The first ever webpage — simulated to resemble its 1992 line-mode browser display 😍 https://t.co/pay7BfeigK https://t.co/SnxmU1g8Qn
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1/10
2016
“How We Load Web Fonts Progressively.” An old(ish) post with an updated title for clarity. Still our go-to approach https://t.co/fTvDLMmp1u
Retweeted by Corey MartinAfter months of hard work, Foundation 6.3 is finally here! Cards, a new Off Canvas, Mutation Observers and more:… https://t.co/Y6FiAI8fgL
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12/15
2016
"One of the best programming skills you can have is knowing when to walk away for awhile." - Oscar Godson
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12/14
2016
Play the right cards without losing to the house: https://t.co/S9dO9DgfNM Card best practices https://t.co/Fczjnfnsjj
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12/12
2016
Make sure the right people see your work. You can now request reviews directly from your pull requests.… https://t.co/rCW4w7dgEt
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12/8
2016
Please join me in giving to GLAAD. They are standing strong for the LGBTQ community. And I will match you dollar fo… https://t.co/7PXGWmsoNR
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12/7
2016
Fake code in Westworld is amazing - React makes a cameo https://t.co/Nwt7z7O9Tc
12/5
2016
Rails 5.1 will support Webpack out of the box https://t.co/Zw6OjWojTs https://t.co/0UrAbJBFxu
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12/3
2016
★ Lazy Loading Web Fonts Is Probably Not What You Want https://t.co/B6ffIrk8mG
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12/2
2016
You won’t notice it got easier though because you’ll be attacking harder problems. So look back once in a while.
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11/30
2016
CSS Reference — A free visual guide to the most popular CSS properties https://t.co/q5hjpbHKoO
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11/25
2016
Changelog doesn’t even use Rails, but still picked Turbolinks rather than concoct another SPA for no reason. 👌 https://t.co/Mpr32sEFLf
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11/24
2016
@ChefAlexMcCoy won't let me DM but I'm certainly interested and could wrangle a friend or two!
11/16
2016
Audio election updates from Slate all day https://t.co/fO4FAAEB6z
11/8
2016
Some ppl asking if the new site is all React because it's super fast but we only use it for a few things. It's mostly Rails and Turbolinks.
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11/4
2016
@gpespn I've certainly done it because I'm paranoid. Could always use mocks for most (speed) and still have one integration test w live
10/22
2016
After watching Trump deny at debate that he ever practiced what he bragged, two women came forward to the @nytimes https://t.co/34az9A409Q
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10/13
2016
Blog post updated with response from Apple regarding Dash’s removal from the App Store - https://t.co/DM3qEobEI4
Retweeted by Corey MartinStop looking at what other people are doing; focus on what you are doing. Start there and build from that. The grass isn’t always greener.
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10/8
2016
@beep @scottjehl this site, while not bipartisan, makes it easier than ever to check status or register https://t.co/URh9o4EZ74
10/2
2016
@derrickreimer @GiantRobots controller structure. Do you namespace, how do you keep things nicely separated. ex. https://t.co/k4eKpLupEg
9/30
2016
Drawing in Illustrator, for Beginners https://t.co/fWMcQGBoIh
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9/24
2016
You Might Not Need Redux https://t.co/3zBPrbhFeL
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9/23
2016
I’m guessing this isn’t recommended by Apple but I did it anyway. Shot on iPhone 7 Plus. https://t.co/qLqT3FadZd
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9/18
2016
Ways To Reduce Content Shifting On Page Load – Smashing Magazine https://t.co/aJkrCbzDfe https://t.co/wYPGBPbtH9
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9/10
2016
Maybe the most hilarious dev talk I've seen https://t.co/MZcaBtVf4A @garybernhardt np! Check out https://t.co/ncVWaA8wIJ @garybernhardt yeah. Good point. But both services hand-hold migrations. @garybernhardt yes I think so. But neither is clean. Consider Stripe unless you need PayPal support @garybernhardt talked about it here https://t.co/7smOcRp4PO @garybernhardt that's right. For that you've got to apply a discount to the new sub to reflect proration (if you use Braintree) @garybernhardt one option is to keep the sub active for remainder of billing period @garybernhardt I've found that use case to be pretty rare to the point that it can be handled manually. Stripe does let you uncancel
9/7
2016
@garybernhardt have dealt w proration for upgrades. Have not done prorated refunds and credits for unsubs @garybernhardt if you need any tips on this, feel free to reach out. Have done custom BT proration in RubyRails lets us focus on the hard stuff https://t.co/Si66L6XD9e
9/6
2016
@brentsimmons Agree to disagree on more notification to users on this. Folks switch devices and many auto update and miss change notes
8/21
2016

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