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Web developer on a quest to spark delight in those who surf the Web. Prospective @IUNetSci researcher. He does not speak on behalf of an organization.

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Joined Twitter 12/4/15


@manekinekko @BenLesh I keep getting drunk college students. Including ones from my school. This is weird!
12/10
2019
@MylesBorins @evanplaice This brings back fond memories of that time news broke about AMP standing for Accelerated Malte Pages. 👀 @cramforce
12/8
2019
@evanplaice @polymer @AMPhtml @yarnpkg @jspm That sounds accurate. Interestingly, the monorepos I've become familia… https://t.co/PZ0NT2iWFK @evanplaice @polymer @AMPhtml Would this mean @yarnpkg workspaces? Not opposed, just curious if there are notable a… https://t.co/5UxriYorla @polymer @AMPhtml Will probably take this inquiry to @AMPhtml's infrastructure channel. Still, curious about… https://t.co/IfF7Pg4I6l @evanplaice @polymer @AMPhtml Yes, extremely. None of these would be able to stand alone, without their common util… https://t.co/vxLD8W9qK1 @evanplaice @polymer @AMPhtml Within the main repo, it's looking like at least a good 6 can come of it as of right… https://t.co/KOno9K8STs @polymer @AMPhtml Meaning, a single repo that publishes multiple packages. I wish I knew if these aforementioned pr… https://t.co/E560QUFwoUI have been super hesitant about refactoring my project into a monorepo, but I am now considering it so as not to "… https://t.co/JaaG1IutMB @DerekNonGeneric @svensauleau @littledan @module I definitely am amenable to hearing various use cases and differen… https://t.co/W4CbvcE9ta
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @MylesBorins @svensauleau @littledan @module Thought this might be out of scope, glad I didn't derail the issue. 😛 @svensauleau @MylesBorins @littledan I've yet to see this done in the wild, but imagine the CommonJS module specifi… https://t.co/hRgWo3mSio @svensauleau @MylesBorins @littledan As final disambiguation: MIME types are relevant to user agent resource handle… https://t.co/YBi9iMtDBO @svensauleau @MylesBorins @littledan The JSDoc use-case for JavaScript module "types" (CJS/ESM/AMD) is relevant to… https://t.co/zfG24tVPb2 @svensauleau @MylesBorins @littledan Okay, I just read the issue. It seems like you all are talking about MIME type… https://t.co/hoTMB3HKLL @MylesBorins @littledan @svensauleau Not sure if this is on y'all's radar, but an enum of module types for use in c… https://t.co/E287iojsDc @MylesBorins @littledan @svensauleau If standardization of module type names results from this I will be happy. I w… https://t.co/b8iyW1n7pn“Off The Main Thread” https://t.co/GlDw1t3lrP https://t.co/q6nid3pEXl
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12/7
2019
I’m dying over this “series of books to teach coding..” 😂😂 #gradstudentlife #coding https://t.co/3EVPyBn63w
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @evanplaice @rauschma @CrystalOnScript Ah, I just saw that you previously said that the syntax analysis involved in… https://t.co/xl3r55XNPl @evanplaice @rauschma @CrystalOnScript It seems like it's not so far-fetched to have one for rapid linting and anot… https://t.co/zC4v0JqHPH @evanplaice @rauschma Thanks for the benefit of the doubt, but it doesn't seem likely. 😛 Unless you know a good rea… https://t.co/Q4p1rOU89g @evanplaice @rauschma Hmmm... No clue what the intended purpose was. I actually linked the wrong package after doub… https://t.co/bLl9fdaeTh @evanplaice @rauschma Interesting, I would've expected you to be advocating eslint-plugin-markdown. https://t.co/321JAtMMiY @rauschma API surfaces of that size are prone to bugs, which is what happened in the Node core repo. I was, however… https://t.co/7RAYx0kRbV
12/6
2019
We recently published a GitHub repo with the artwork from our projects, so that we have a central place to find log… https://t.co/UoKZGc7UIK
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @Noisia_nl @VisionRecs Should we be anticipating a sequel or prequel?
12/5
2019
@MylesBorins Mood.Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do! #MyTwitterAnniversary ES6 had just been released. @bterlson was tal… https://t.co/m6B3q74mb3I totally replied to the wrong tweet, but this is a hilarious coincidence. 😂Woah, could also be the 20% increase in web attacks we are seeing today. This is pretty wild!… https://t.co/CzjMyaeGpW @githubstatus I speculate the cold weather is causing more people to be indoors, which is spiking traffic. It's eve… https://t.co/nWCbfvMdP7Ugh. GitHub is painfully slow right now. Same deal on 4G LTE. I wonder if it's just the datacenter near me. 🤔… https://t.co/GSf68mrWin
12/4
2019
Going for a nap, but when I wake up, half a dozen pseudocode algorithms will be swiftly made obsolete. (This is a good thing.) @evanplaice @BenLesh @markdalgleish @mgechev Perfect, thanks! The tools coming out of that organization are pretty… https://t.co/dlMFSXSNl8
12/3
2019
@BenLesh @markdalgleish Any recommendations on who to follow that tweets about Angular? @appsforartists @rauschma I think he is trying to communicate subjectivity. Would removing it sound like objective truth? @rauschma I don't think I've ever heard someone say that they "consider" something pleasant. @rauschma Better yet... I find it to be (a) pleasant ___. @rauschma I find it to be pleasant.
12/2
2019
I have never ever ever seen a university statement like this. My god. Statements: Office of the Provost & Executi… https://t.co/dbpYOFipB3
Retweeted by Derek LewisApologies to whomever replied, but I cannot see what was written. 👀 Maybe need to make your tweets public. https://t.co/wWFvMO9iCE
12/1
2019
Since they will need to depend on a custom module loader in order to function, new module formats are going to need… https://t.co/Go81qGTJx4I've been trying to answer my question of whether any module formats will be competing with ES Modules within the n… https://t.co/YmxPgAJyAcSeems like people were able to do something similar in 2011, but with a technique requiring all included libraries… https://t.co/R6FAlPUMHaWow, with Closure Compiler adding interop support for ES6 modules & the Node.js resolution algorithm, people are se… https://t.co/iRz6AOunR3
11/30
2019
@devsnek Does --force not work? @__apf__ I'd imagine the phone's accelerometer and gyroscope can detect anomalies that get sent back to Google's se… https://t.co/rEMSS5BUwp @SaraSoueidan @NateBaldwinArt With less eye strain leading to increased productivity, a monospaced version of this… https://t.co/h3dJA0iPyROof. https://t.co/37Jv1nbP1Z
11/29
2019
Indiana University’s Observatory on Social Media unveils ‘Botslayer’ app to help journalists and the general public… https://t.co/DdNbcvJxUw
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @ncjamieson @_jayphelps I ended up translating your rule from TypeScript to pure JavaScript and put all the utility… https://t.co/hy77pqH6Rz
11/28
2019
Here's something curious about chonkit's rollup config: there's no `input` defined! Instead, I wrote a simple plugi… https://t.co/Cf6HPpZQpH
Retweeted by Derek LewisStarlink satellites during a meteor shower on Nov. 22. https://t.co/wJVk1qu49E
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11/27
2019
@evanplaice This is exactly what I'm doing! "emitDeclarationOnly": true Gotta love their newest release.A possible sign of too many years of web development: I keep reading it as Cyberduck. I wonder if I'm alone.… https://t.co/yKNU8AQM2r
11/25
2019
I disagree with the below-quoted tweet. TypeScript being highly-rated is accurate and types should be on all functi… https://t.co/fmxN4qsKfsMigrating to #TypeScript without having a way for the compiler to emit equivalent ES2020+JSDoc type-annotated code… https://t.co/GBHTqn0vM2TIL software engineers are not licensed because having one wouldn't make your codes better. lol https://t.co/Wxz11O47pdRelevant: Google's Engineering Practices documentation https://t.co/R8lrEIlN3ACorrection: `--experimental-modules` will now turn on both `--experimental-resolve-self` and `--experimental-condit… https://t.co/LNdFhnxM7N
11/24
2019
ICYM Wednesday's Node.js Modules Team meeting: - I joined the team as an observer! 🎉 - Discussion about exposing `… https://t.co/kEbpD9iTru @robpalmer2 @tunnckoCore Thanks! I somehow missed the live footage. @robpalmer2 @tunnckoCore Is this the correct link? I don't see anything regarding a discussion about exposing that utility function. @robpalmer2 @tunnckoCore It's for this reason that the comment by @guybedford says the proposed solution is "wrong,… https://t.co/VN2jxs2kV5 @robpalmer2 @tunnckoCore If you're referring to Node's ESM resolver, it does currently take file extensions into co… https://t.co/T4bFh1adybSamsa shows you how intermediate masters work in #variablefonts https://t.co/7zT8HseKi0
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @robpalmer2 I think it’s a good argument for rebranding it as “require-style”.
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11/22
2019
Happy @nodejs release day nvm install v13.2.0 now with unflagged modules 🎉 https://t.co/NL5WPFiRiQ
Retweeted by Derek LewisNode.js 13.2.0 is out: https://t.co/ovlJmxA6EF 🎉 ES modules are now unflagged! ℹ️ Details: – ESM on Node.js:… https://t.co/Ka0ZG1Kmer
Retweeted by Derek LewisAnnouncing core Node.js support for ECMAScript modules: https://t.co/aNcd0NJmuu
Retweeted by Derek LewisVariable fonts: An extremely variable tool! #variablefonts #css #ja https://t.co/F6pIbqD6Rg
Retweeted by Derek LewisMy goodness, I just spent like 2 hours debugging async code that wasn't outputting. I eventually just started organ… https://t.co/6TktxbHgZrToo funny that it says "this is gonna blow up" in the source code (probably one or two of my followers caught that)… https://t.co/Y6hSceQ4ObJudging by the proposal, Node v13.2.0 will be the version where we will be kissing `--experimental-modules` goodbye… https://t.co/83M68jHNfq
11/21
2019
@MylesBorins A bit late, but accommodating for version strings with SemVer labels/extensions resolved it for me: pr… https://t.co/vVGZ7Hmkpi @yuvilio Very interesting! I'm glad you're giving these behaviors names. In the interest of spreading awareness, I'… https://t.co/zOvG1il57X
11/20
2019
Taking the rest of the night off for a good dose of nostalgia. https://t.co/4PN8SJZEsn @_developit Hope this list becomes a thread as more emerge!🎰 pull to refresh ♾️ infinite scroll ⏯️ auto-play video 🔮 auto-advance 🔔 push notifications Could YOU… https://t.co/G4U79n4GF8
Retweeted by Derek Lewisnvm install 12.13.1 This is an LTS @nodejs release. Thanks, @targos89, and everyone else that made this release ha… https://t.co/WDwiaG9TpE
Retweeted by Derek LewisIntroducing the new https://t.co/C0Dk81MZfq. 📦 It's a new JavaScript registry for the modern web. 💽 It's a new cod… https://t.co/HKtY3szlHz
Retweeted by Derek Lewis @rauschma @frontendfreak Proving myself wrong. Off to a great start this morning. 😄 https://t.co/aEzFtpYmJ4 @RReverser @rauschma @frontendfreak I was thinking that the equivalent in the Node REPL would be `process.title`. I… https://t.co/d6TuUSAb1N @RReverser @rauschma @frontendfreak The Node REPL stores values that would normally be in module scope on the `glob… https://t.co/iNZIMlnxlW @RReverser @rauschma @frontendfreak As I understand it, those globals you referring to (console, etc.) are furnishe… https://t.co/D166UumzE2 @rauschma @frontendfreak I don't think this would happen in the Node REPL either (since globals are only accessible via the global object).
11/19
2019
@ox_n @_jayphelps I tried switching away from the one I've been using for the past couple of weeks and everything e… https://t.co/JPe06xABSi @_jayphelps Yes, and I'd do it for all the other impure array methods too. By the way, what syntax theme is this?
11/18
2019
@MylesBorins Broadly* applicable, but yes. Those benchies are in the works. 😀TFW a debate about performance is imminent and you've already written the benchmarks to prove your point. 😈 https://t.co/O14f9Xuuk5 @MylesBorins Hoping for a green light so we can squeeze in one more! https://t.co/dURKVrpHuH
11/17
2019
@rauschma https://t.co/3HowPQ8ucV @octogonz_ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript This would definitely be useful. I gave it a thumbs up! I would also l… https://t.co/85mSNHjS9u @octogonz_ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript 😂 Haha! I think it was initially meant for incremental migration. Gene… https://t.co/IO3JOV9QPX @octogonz_ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript Indeed, I am writing plain .js w/ JSDoc type annotations understood by… https://t.co/aLsNnAtpeL @octogonz_ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript Yep, I've already been using that. I was hoping for a plugin specific… https://t.co/yIjCi179JD @octogonz_ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript Dang, I was hoping I could use this to have my JSDoc comments more clo… https://t.co/qJLny39tLQ @rushstack @geteslint @typescript It shows a warning if param types are stated in the doc comments?
11/14
2019
@shanmukhateja94 @MylesBorins @nodejs This means that code will be interpreted as being in the ES module context by… https://t.co/werdRi1UZa
11/13
2019

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