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JavaScript and web development enthusiast, Go-ing places, Ex-Facebook

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Joined Twitter 11/11/11


💡 Feedback wanted: In the console, if we shortened "function" to 𝑓, would you still be able to easily understand th… https://t.co/lpe5gZuI3w
Retweeted by Felix Kling @worldofchris @StackOverflow Thank you 🙂 I should probably give it a touch up. It's important to me to not just pro… https://t.co/ir7dMbzKC7
2/5
2020
@Satya_rf_Sharma @Hrishikeshrai2 @sankar_rajmen @ch_akanksha People have different interpretations of "hoisting". F… https://t.co/RUQEU1ENfu
2/4
2020
@captbaritone I haven't evaluated how useful this would be for an online file inspector, but it looks like a good start. @captbaritone I looked into this a bit at some point and that let me to looking into the "file" command. It uses a… https://t.co/XVF0o4moxo
1/31
2020
@fabiomiranda I mean, it's JavaScript... 😂 (no, sorry) @fabiomiranda Relevant part of the spec: https://t.co/pXDUzv864B @ben_howdle What part exactly do you have troubles remembering? That it's numbers? What the numbers should be? All of it? @MarijnJH @adrianheine I'm German and have never seen it this way 😂Maybe because I rather "read" the date as thirti… https://t.co/X1U1RsmyNV
1/30
2020
It's #DataPrivacyDay! We're offering 30% off all our #hacking & #computersecurity books to help keep you… https://t.co/hbJY09E7SV
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1/28
2020
@_luisFilipePT @getify @dan_abramov @tylermcginnis If you haven't seen it, it's defined at the beginning of the spe… https://t.co/OOQxnnkpoa
1/27
2020
Today in "spammers are not even trying": > *Hello Mr (Mrs) {name}, I'm A Student And I'm Honored To Be Selling T-Shirts For You.* @jsoverson @rauschma Sometimes I wonder if software development makes us more impatient because we are used to see… https://t.co/BH8tWwAUhr
1/17
2020
Ecma now hosts an archive of documents relating to the development of ECMAScript from 1996-2015. It was created in… https://t.co/6Phdvtke79
Retweeted by Felix Kling @isiahmeadows1 @_rajasekarm @_developit Are you sure you tried astexplorer. **net** ? Or was it astexplorer.**com**… https://t.co/NP3hQkCDZA @_developit If you think it would be worth making astexplorer work with your "unusual" situation, feel free to DM o… https://t.co/xw4usjq00L @mxschumacher @GoDaddyHelp Probably. Had good experience with their support so far. @_developit I should add that astexplorer is behind Cloudflare, so the website should rarely be down for real.It looks like someone registered astexplorer dot com and redirects it to random phishing-like sites. They are proba… https://t.co/dxFbQwyIme @isiahmeadows1 @_rajasekarm @_developit What was/is the loading weirdness that you experienced? @_developit Don't hesitate to ping me directly if something seems broken. OTOH I'm glad that it's important to you 😃
1/16
2020
@kroskiewicz @js_tut As long as your ints are not > 32bit 😉Well... I suddenly find myself in need of work. If anyone's hiring: C++, JavaScript, C#, SQL + solid background in… https://t.co/hZoiKxJb1D
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1/13
2020
I've been involved in a lot of data breach disclosures and every time I think I've seen the worst possible response… https://t.co/DLkKXAPtuW
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1/8
2019
@miro @rauschma My primary intention was to point out that research has been to determine the "ideal" number of cha… https://t.co/RGRa0FujjW @rauschma Relevant: https://t.co/Stp18xDo8O
12/23
2019
@radhikamorabia I really really liked Hollow Knight (https://t.co/22YrdbGLuM). Mark of the Ninja was good too (https://t.co/yv2vtLnfmd).
12/22
2019
"Spread Operator" 😬 at least it's correct in the description... https://t.co/YuIAuRv9f0 https://t.co/mg04lCBhyI
12/19
2019
@swyx @Twitter It may have worked at some point, but it hasn't in a while. Maybe I'm the only person who prefers pl… https://t.co/GZL1qY78ns @swyx @Twitter I mean, I do send the actual messages via the web site, but at least I want to be able to read the m… https://t.co/YjRcywyRkU @swyx @Twitter Because it's one of the few communication channels I have control over. I can choose which email pro… https://t.co/Huu1EknDhX. @Twitter Any chance you can make the plain text part of your email notifications actually contain the message? If… https://t.co/tG4axw9xcq
12/16
2019
We built this standard at the W3C; it's called ActivityPub, there are ~3.5 million registered users on the network.… https://t.co/slxnJMAkPM
Retweeted by Felix Kling @tjcrowder Yes, I have complained about this as well. I really want to be able to close questions as duplicates aft… https://t.co/8sRzwlh3Vj @WebReflection Forms are all kind of weird: https://t.co/rtbYzLfpUUWhen we found out @Wikimedia uses our certificates, we had to reach out to hear their story of why they chose Let's… https://t.co/Dt4pw1SxGh
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12/11
2019
@mikeal “In defense of food” is a great documentary. I think it’s on Netflix. @mikeal I did the same last year (and less meat, but I think the main reason was eating appropriately sized meals).… https://t.co/s6MEMNg83I
12/7
2019
@adfontes__ @kvlly slice FTWI wish there were a Markdown parser whose power is between: – https://t.co/7iu83qvP6U (no syntax tree) –… https://t.co/WCwcVThA4i
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12/6
2019
Tip: @ChromeDevTools now supports redeclaring let and class statements in Console! 🎉 Better for prototyping. Doing… https://t.co/rzPew3CzvT
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12/5
2019
@marctbblue @alexstamos A couple of drops of water from the sky and everyone in the Bay Area forgets how to drive...
12/3
2019
The emotional roller coaster when adding tests to existing code: 😩Is all the effort really worth it? 😃Found an unkn… https://t.co/CUPAnZvcWtYou’ve been waiting for it—our Black Friday Sale is here! What’s the discount? you ask. 42 is the answer. Use code… https://t.co/IrxKMdWlUO
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11/29
2019
@rauschma I'm curious about this as well. However, what do you mean with "global" here? Probably not global but… https://t.co/DjAk4Vy4Bi @jsetals @rauschma They seem to have their own DRM, so I think the books can't be read with third-party ebook reade… https://t.co/X3aIfdKO9M @NikhilVerma @astexplorer ☺️Thank you so much Nikhil! I hope I will only make it better 😄
11/28
2019
I'm very concerned about the sale of .org to a private company. If the Public Interest Registry ends up not being r… https://t.co/UREJUjK4Nv
Retweeted by Felix Kling @climagic Or for creating a backup of a file: cp Picture.jpg{,.bak}Two new parsers have been added: https://t.co/5fahk7uMah and https://t.co/rXNcTUZ7VF https://t.co/VAcEQRXJzX
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11/27
2019
@rockerest @rauschma @getify The production rule is called "ArrowFunction". https://t.co/aUX21dpOBP
11/25
2019
@jlengstorf Looking forward to reading it 🙂 @frontendfreak @getify @rauschma See also https://t.co/CD5UW6bneX @jlengstorf Regarding mutations: every tool is different, I don't think there is a standard approach to doing AST t… https://t.co/ggrUu3iXNg @flexdinesh @jlengstorf Thank you for the shout out! FWIW, I just started a separate Twitter account for astexplorer: @astexplorer
11/19
2019
@type__error I felt the same, until I looked at OpenBSD's man pages. E.g. compare https://t.co/MIoglUM1yl vs… https://t.co/RWi7u0Va5kHey #JavaScript, recently came across someone claiming a particular syntax was "exceedingly rare" that didn't seem… https://t.co/dNfOn6CdbA
Retweeted by Felix Kling @tjcrowder Also now I'm curious what that pattern is and what you find out ;) @tjcrowder Maybe https://t.co/K2YjWqFsBW can help if you want to look for a specific pattern. @nontrivialzeros I learned something new about rsync, so that's something I guess 😄 @RReverser Ugh, so sorry... ☹️ @RReverser I'm glad you are getting the full south bay experience! 😋 (😢)
11/15
2019
version of the site, but it would be more tricky to give people access to the server to deploy. There also wasn't a… https://t.co/cst2HYj1TgI built the site locally (which took time) and committed the output to a separate branch. I pushed the branch to th… https://t.co/xlk5TsGuqnMaybe I'm the only one who actually cares about this, but this was a fun learning experience! An additional advanta… https://t.co/tjdPnuZCaDMy name is Felix and I'm a professional software engineer. I spent 1.5 days debugging an issue that was caused by a… https://t.co/rOHzaR0sF1 @cwg999 Alright, I'm a clown. No typo, but I had two `variables` keys in the YAML structure, the first one containi… https://t.co/rnlW3NHT9X @cwg999 I was wondering whether it was related to the variable, but something similar worked before and I can't see… https://t.co/jhmfw64dxu @cwg999 I used `-v` before `-i` and got the same output. I guess I can pass multiple `v` to increase verbosity and… https://t.co/9MFQkPgURdAlright, I officially give up: Does anyone know, why/when rsync prints out something that looks ls -l output, and *… https://t.co/Jtwab1PnUz
11/14
2019
I'm trying something new (@astexplorer account). I'll tweet about astexplorer of course but also plan to retweet an… https://t.co/5cevo52Ti0
11/11
2019
@kuvos I see, that's a bug on my side then. But nonetheless, the program node needs a proper loc.range.end value. @kuvos I think the problem is that node.loc.range.end is 0 for every node 🙃 @mattzeunert It makes me very happy to hear that Matt, thank you! 🙂 @kuvos If you want to push your branch in your fork, I can take a look locally. @kuvos Nope, should be determined by nodeToRange. If you get a non-node, just return null. @kuvos I have recently introduced a new way for astexplorer to interact with parse results and hope to refine that interface over time. @kuvos Nothing related to that. But yes, I believe nodeToRange can be called on thing that are not nodes, simply be… https://t.co/rJThhTtbT2Should be all fixed now, but I didn't go through every parsers. If you notice an issue, please let me know!So, looks like if you set https://t.co/OBpr9s3glT to false, the corresponding assets are not emitted? Yet the docs… https://t.co/pjCOkCceY9 @ncjamieson Thank you 🙂OK, scratch (part of) that. I was actually able to roll back to a previous production build (so smaller files). But… https://t.co/d5iq3u764jSomething is broken in astexplorer's production builds. I temporarily linked https://t.co/kybir70Hx3 to… https://t.co/MZk3TWukk2
11/9
2019
Hey #JavaScript - Three-tweet introduction followed by poll: I'm trying to standardize my terminology around array… https://t.co/Wra71uoLQM
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11/6
2019
Ever wanted to see where properties were used? Watchpoints will be landing tomorrow in @FirefoxNightly. Can't wait… https://t.co/g0dRNVSm0B
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11/5
2019
@jlongster I think this is related to vendor lock-in. If you completely manage a server yourself, switching to anot… https://t.co/iZsmU05412
11/4
2019
It's another Humble Bundle! Pay what you want for over $700 of best-selling Linux, BSD, and Open Source titles to b… https://t.co/vdZHX6gCQ2
Retweeted by Felix Kling @mattparlmer Thank you for the kind words 🙂 How did you find out about it?
10/29
2019
@tolmasky Isn't this already the case if you have any long running procedure in the imported file? That seems to be… https://t.co/lng7U2LQNGA couple of mentions of https://t.co/kybir70Hx3 in this thread 🥰 https://t.co/0IlccnMvGq
10/24
2019
I'll be presenting next month in 🇩🇪 https://t.co/sCyX6CXtsl
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10/22
2019
@tjcrowder Well deserved 🙂
10/18
2019
@WebReflection @rauschma `{...obj}` really is just `Object.assign({}, obj)` anyway.
10/15
2019
@marvinhagemeist ❤️ @marvinhagemeist Very happy to hear that 🙂 If there is anything you'd want to see improved, please let me know!That's a familiar tool 😉 #astexplorer https://t.co/4bEvKJBZqw
10/2
2019
Multi-line comments have arrived! You can now highlight multiple lines in a pull request diff and add a comment, a… https://t.co/Ch2hnbWqwf
Retweeted by Felix Kling @taniarascia @benisphere Anyway, this misunderstanding nicely illustrates why you should avoid `==`. It's not intui… https://t.co/0WwWBUiXUIEU will Reparierbarkeit von Haushaltsgeräten fördern https://t.co/xRKaN304M0 #EU #Elektroschrott #Haushaltsgeräte
Retweeted by Felix Kling @taniarascia @benisphere FWIW, I built https://t.co/Y6thotWsif to demonstrate what happens when you compare different values using `==`.
10/1
2019

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