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トークの紹介です! 0から作成する、WebWorkersを使った型安全なAPI by Felix Becker (@felixfbecker) #TSConfJP https://t.co/CGYkjGDdTN
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2/17
2020
@jcubic @getify @addyosmani When the alternative is a seperate endpoint that can accept binary (+gzip), you'd need… https://t.co/wYnEk9kep8 @jcubic @getify @addyosmani Yeah I was expecting that, was just curious about the difference. There may be situatio… https://t.co/druQ7h9YGl @jcubic @getify @addyosmani How does it compare to only gzipping the original binary?
2/16
2020
If you're gonna take advantage of webpack magic, it's nice to admit it right there in your imports ✨ https://t.co/94IzHXp9EP
Retweeted by Felix Becker @_jayphelps Thought: Imagine @typescript just threw their hands in the air and said "well, we can't do any control… https://t.co/kmVBzkXSxr @rektide @leodutra @cjihrig Even better, any iterable
2/15
2020
@sindresorhus This. Thank you for keeping them off your repos!Large scale code search hasn't really moved beyond traditional text or regex search. So I'm excited to share this p… https://t.co/BfMFP4qQhZ
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2/13
2020
This is why accurate code intelligence matters 😊. https://t.co/Bs5LKM95bg
Retweeted by Felix Becker @Tinnnei This is 100% a lone developer feature. I just know it
Retweeted by Felix BeckerCustomers who bought "Global State" and "Mutability" also bought: https://t.co/UUZUijMDzR
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2/12
2020
@JustinWGrote I need this for @1Password 😍
2/11
2020
concepts don’t map well to JavaScript and lead to all sorts of misconceptions. I wish people could forget them.
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2/10
2020
Was hanging out with a French stranger in my hostel and I told her I worked for Mozilla as an engineer and she gasp… https://t.co/SNIxr3WxfB
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2/9
2020
You know we reached peak delivery services when there’s a GAS DELIVERY SERVICE https://t.co/8cndVLsY5D
2/8
2020
@Jawz_84 @cl @Steve_MSFT @_bateskevin @HalbaradKenafin @PSJamesP @PoSHYoungTeam @TylerLeonhardt @gaelcolashttps://t.co/MfEBCzklYHSomeone gives you 2 million dollars and tells you to plan a tech conference that is specific to your personal inter… https://t.co/eVfGOJRJtm
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2/7
2020
@BenLesh I guess in preact this doesn't happen then? @BenLesh @Nikagaro4 `break` or `return` works too, will call `return()` on the async generator, which Rx can hook i… https://t.co/szVFRZ64Os
2/6
2020
@johannesrieken @typescript @code If it makes code intelligence unusably slow, yes, if there is no other way. But a… https://t.co/RiAUlrAWgyImagine if @github would make PR/code review tooling actually single page application, think about the aggregate ti… https://t.co/Ym54nwg3ds
Retweeted by Felix Becker @CBergmeister @PrettierCode Hmm maybe that was very early? Prettier in VS Code detects .prettierrc just fine for me… https://t.co/D66dC0nZ6m @CBergmeister PowerShell's formatter is getting more and more powerful! One day I'll never have to worry about form… https://t.co/ALOJekfX9y
2/5
2020
Things I've needed from the platform since forever: - Combobox - Async driven selects/comboboxes - Async confirm d… https://t.co/qv7B4GUzrf
Retweeted by Felix BeckerI have more interesting ideas and areas that I’d like to explore in SW than the time I have available. Prioritizing… https://t.co/bx0kghkoPo
Retweeted by Felix Becker @johannesrieken @typescript @code On the extension level it's not helpful for the user though (I'm sure it is for e… https://t.co/UrXeEzsHUuI wish @typescript had this. Right now, if your project type-checks slowly (autocompletion, validation, etc is slow… https://t.co/VTe6av3rs9😁 https://t.co/Mwtr9kKsXC
2/4
2020
@rektide Well, WHICH polyfill? I found multiple, all looking official, but none officially mentioned 😂 @sqs There's a use case: copying code with synax highlighting from VS Code to slides!
2/3
2020
@nohwnd @CBergmeister @Jaykul Write-Progress should be the way to go :) It always kind of bothered me that Pester u… https://t.co/WqUN0hMHCb
2/2
2020
@thorstenball Give me Monaco in the issue box and file editor and we're talking!If you ever wished to never be able to exit the GitHub issue box https://t.co/HHkXMnGuAF
2/1
2020
I wish there was as much documentation about the "unhappy" paths of errors and cancellation as there was about the… https://t.co/OARPFhccVu
Retweeted by Felix BeckerTIL PowerShell has native support for SSH. You can run arbitrary script blocks in the remote context AND USE THE RE… https://t.co/bUNnzjEFCb
1/31
2020
@nickdsnyder Hmm, I think the easiest is to just define a cronjob to run it. Or if you wanna be fancy you could run… https://t.co/YlnZsaIKLM @nickdsnyder Here ya go https://t.co/4oyXmRonZn @code Tiny details like you can run `code` in the remote terminal to open files and folders in VS Code on the client, just like locally!Wow, SSH remoting in @code is REALLY cool. Reminds me of those days of editing PHP in prod with WinSCP. I'm never e… https://t.co/cP8G9keIewKill it with fire https://t.co/L9KYkf7x3w
1/30
2020
@janl I guess the answer to the original question is: Just merge: Easy, but leaves a messy timeline. Just squash:… https://t.co/8jHgPmDhAn
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1/29
2020
@orta I wish there was reverse HyperThreading. Expose one core to the OS and then thread it onto multiple! @unormal When I say carbon capture I mean a giant solar powered airship which air flows through, it filters out the… https://t.co/PotqsqE7oQ
Retweeted by Felix Becker @dev01ution That is not what I said at all @rauschma I think that's fine, I just wish it would properly type the `prototype` property of classes/functions, ob… https://t.co/iH6WIo2U7v @rauschma Anyway I think TS is generally not modeling prototypical inheritance well, or rather, not at all. Which i… https://t.co/s45sijRHIz @rauschma Since the return value inherits from the passed object, shouldn't it be create<T extends object>(o: T):… https://t.co/QuJM6qjV2D
1/28
2020
@nohwnd @vscode This can be a good replacement, yes! There may still be cases where the other can be useful, if the… https://t.co/f4J2JVpGjj @nohwnd @vscode OOOH sorry I thought I was replying to https://t.co/abCcVmFvTT! @nohwnd @vscode Isn't that what I'd need to do to achieve the same behavior as -Focus? @nohwnd @vscode It's awesome but serves a different use case. Adding -Skip to every other Describe in the test suite would be cumbersome
1/26
2020
Imagine teaching a web developer how to write prolog so they can configure their JS tools
Retweeted by Felix Becker#TIL The @FirefoxDevTools tells you which elements have scroll overflows!! I've spent countless hours debugging… https://t.co/0lnB8KrR1N
Retweeted by Felix Becker @jaffathecake The home screen search in iOS suffers from this problem too. Every damn time
1/24
2020
Still one of my favorite sub-heads. https://t.co/vNEWb3mmzQ
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1/21
2020
@Steve_MSFT @TobiasPSP @jamesoneill @PrzemyslawKlys @adamdriscoll @PSConfEU I wish it triggered autocompletion cont… https://t.co/i3AXocYYYh"Don't worry about this tech debt, we'll clean it up next sprint." Senior developer: https://t.co/Es2JEKMryB
Retweeted by Felix BeckerWords that DO appear in the Agile Manifesto & Principles: individuals interaction valuable (software) collaboratio… https://t.co/x9ibevEMLr
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1/20
2020
I guess it's time to rewrite my entire application https://t.co/eorbmO8wW8
Retweeted by Felix Becker @nohwnd Good to know! Lint rule that fails CI if .only is used. Also if you use @codecov you know what's up when co… https://t.co/W9NYB4SUJn @nohwnd I use .skip and .only in mocha all the time. I wish I could use them anywhere in Pester too. Commenting tes… https://t.co/dgDAeYn0bXWriting a talk for me is organising “that one drawer.” Except the drawer is my brain. It’s index cards of shower… https://t.co/IRSho0rPzJ
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1/19
2020
What I hear whenever someone complains about using a helpful 15 KB dependency in their 2.1 MB JavaScript app https://t.co/W52BYjMXQr
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1/18
2020
@Steve_MSFT Immediately crashes on macOS for me :(
1/17
2020
Wow. Bold promise https://t.co/w9O6c87evt @dan_abramov 💯 https://t.co/nC1RuSqfrn
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1/16
2020
Das Image, auf das @AxelVossMdEP jetzt anscheinend abzielt, ist das eines treuen Hinterbänklers, der sich „mal zur… https://t.co/xmqpT8WOur
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1/15
2020
@_clarkio @code Sourcegraph Dark! Uses the OpenColor palette which I LOVE https://t.co/tcM2G2XyO3 https://t.co/Laf2P4c2bILearn how to implement truly-parallel CPU-bound APIs in userland and how to expose them to other threads, Node proc… https://t.co/YHRTVRy18O
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1/13
2020
TODO doesn’t mean you actually intend to do something. It’s a marker for the next person that the logic was left un… https://t.co/aMnafYBhu6
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1/11
2020
@rxjslive @ngLeipzig Still waiting for the RxJS Live Vegas videos 😭
1/9
2020
🚨🚨🚨 PSA DO NOT USE @HERE IN SLACK FOR UN-IMPORTANT MESSAGES. 150 people do not need to be IMMEDIATELY notified th… https://t.co/5kWbq1hkGO
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1/8
2020
You can use other kinds of types here; for example union types: type Foo = { x: number, y: string, z: boolean }; t… https://t.co/8LmnateR6i
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1/7
2020
@pati_gallardo It's far less AWKward. Enough SED?
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1/6
2020
TypeScript’s darkest secret. Any way to make this a type error? https://t.co/TfsqivUwQE https://t.co/GfBDe7MpuA
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1/3
2020
@rektide Live bindings. Not saying they’re useful tho
1/2
2019
The real travel hack is to have a dad who’ll drive you to whatever airport has the best deal, even if it’s in another country
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12/29
2019
I sat at a random bar and they only serve the American interpretation of the German interpretation of döner here. T… https://t.co/DWi7CAdEvE
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12/28
2019
a kid with a weird obsession can invest more free time into something than an adult might have in a decade a nontr… https://t.co/ZxZFD6tA5o
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12/27
2019
Uber has broken everyone's brains to the point that so many people have straight-up forgotten that yellow cabs from… https://t.co/ke1cqKSuC9
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12/25
2019
So excited to speak in Tokyo at @tsconfjp in February about how we make WebWorkers type-safe with 0️⃣ boilerplate a… https://t.co/NvEvgj234M
12/21
2019
🎉 We are happy to announce: TSConf:EU - A TypeScript conference for Europe Happening March 31, 2020 in Linz, Austr… https://t.co/XEfr7xALbn
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12/12
2019
@SeaRyanC I've dreamed of this too. Literally just convinced @christina4nee to put this on the roadmap @srcgraph! 🚀 https://t.co/B5wVTJS1Un @ZachHonig Chicken or pastaYEP. Be careful what you measure. As soon as you start making decisions based on a measurement, people will orient… https://t.co/zJD6VKzf9i
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12/11
2019
Don’t be this guy https://t.co/FSWsW7tYVe
12/9
2019
@CBergmeister @Steve_MSFT @bkaczyn_ski @vexx32 This. PowerShell is unresponsive to keystrokes or ctrl+C while a com… https://t.co/0YhdX5TpGbCurrent San Francisco status: Market Street is now known as Lake Market Street https://t.co/NsmUSUGIyK
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12/8
2019
@Steve_MSFT @buhakmeh It’s already possible in iTerm, but unusable in PowerShell due to the wrapping/truncation log… https://t.co/5n41GYBUJg @h3h3productions ▶️ ohmygod.mp3
12/7
2019
I dunno the world looks a lot more functional to me after all the JS libraries were added than before https://t.co/Vtqxme6PnZ @drosenwasser @rauschma Do you mean a value const a = { __proto__: Foo } or a type type A = { __proto__: Foo } @drosenwasser @rauschma Yes, I'd think so. Anything that speaks against it? And __proto__ : null should get rid of… https://t.co/XsbC3lcP6w @rauschma Yeah prototypes are not really considered at all in TS. It's kind of like the type system was built with… https://t.co/NcFzZpkQSl @alexellisuk Kuber Truck https://t.co/w8olAOTSwa
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12/6
2019
PropTypes: When you're kinda into type checking, but only at runtime, and only for components for some reason.
Retweeted by Felix BeckerChrome is removing the element https://t.co/xqg76NXkEJ
12/5
2019
Looking at different generations' size vs. share of US wealth over time https://t.co/b7tZbvG0Rb
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12/3
2019
@shrutikapoor08 I thought mutations were some cool way to declare the nested mutations that you want to happen to… https://t.co/AsC04ZSchX
12/2
2019

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