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You know, not the Old White Guy at least. https://t.co/BZmWE9BK0tWarren’s looking better. https://t.co/gFuJGuznoqtwitter did someone want a touchbar tamagotchi? https://t.co/Z44uxbOtge
Retweeted by Gavin DoughtieWay to bury the lede, PG https://t.co/72reRNjhAG @chris_herd @doist @trello @gitlab @stripe @buffer @zapier @github @Upwork @airtable @HubSpot @InDesign @Hubstaffhttps://t.co/AZtJ8NOexL @codeslack @xcbsmith My software is entirely made of dependencies... AND SO IS YOURS.
11/19
2019
Dear lazyweb. What’s a current and serious JS intro tutorial for someone who is up to speed on HTML/CSS? Something… https://t.co/hI7kSG0m6A
11/18
2019
@samkottler @charles_kinbote the number of people I've met who don't seem to have a job and "sort of" have careers… https://t.co/cEyrh6zxoH
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11/15
2019
A modern https://t.co/tIh6a6YOY8 https://t.co/iJ9LB9bV0j
11/13
2019
@healves82 @peduarte @addyosmani You could argue that this will *save* small businesses who would otherwise lose cu… https://t.co/Vbhr2ZcGoc
11/11
2019
I think @mwichary needs to hang out with @cstross with regularity https://t.co/pKy3jVH7EE @dan_abramov Is it similarly broken on Android Chrome? @slightlylate should have a thing to say.
11/4
2019
I used Flutter for the now-shipping version of Google Ads for mobile, starting in 2017. The desktop version uses An… https://t.co/Q8pKuSHtX2 @BenLesh https://t.co/R0f0R7BbNx
11/3
2019
Okay, sure — “Blade Runner” was set in November 2019. But the film didn’t say which day, meaning it totally could h… https://t.co/N5uSBOwRGS
Retweeted by Gavin Doughtie @slightlylate @mikeal I hired two boot camp grads and they’re *great*. You do have to know what to look for, though.
11/2
2019
@xcbsmith Anger is in fact your wheelhouse, but I expect it to be ever more meta.
11/1
2019
@xcbsmith First, get angry. I’d like to point out that the political forces that embrace subtlety and reasoned argu… https://t.co/sODISuq4KK @xcbsmith It’s too easy to use the narrative of “We wanted a better world but reality is hard.” when the real story… https://t.co/RQgaAzhyp4Today’s appearance by @sgrove! https://t.co/f047RT1sYTI’m seeing versions of this tweet a lot, but not from people born in the 90s and later, who still hope for a much b… https://t.co/PA03vCASkcAnd for god’s sake don’t read the coverage, read the script! https://t.co/0gwhXVkcTx
10/31
2019
@jaredforsyth That just seems like a silly position to take. If nothing else it expresses a little more clarity for… https://t.co/Z94RuhqwND
10/30
2019
The most secure house is a block of solid steel. Of course, it lacks some features... https://t.co/YstuJKOHzU
10/27
2019
“A million backend developers screamed out as product definition power moved to the front end, and were suddenly si… https://t.co/DCKjwmZcrAhttps://t.co/zkggq9w7ck https://t.co/mYZ41P0qxNTo which I add: https://t.co/fX0fsbezQc https://t.co/AcTkSkyDH8 @herf Exchange a few thousand more acres of California chaparral in exchange for not having Flash is a totally decent deal.https://t.co/kQtXyABLwe https://t.co/u5nUGawcDq
10/25
2019
@ktiedt Seems like you’re blaming government for not doing more to regulate private business. I’m with you.If this nonsense pops up in your stream you should know it’s sponsored by ISPs who are *already* invading your DNS… https://t.co/WyU6Ubigv0The year is 2047. Walking meetings have become the norm. Office buildings everywhere lay shuttered and desolate. Va… https://t.co/Ou9t9Xl5ka
Retweeted by Gavin Doughtie @slicknet Google’s is very similar to what @dan_abramov describes for FB. A CL (“changelist”) maps pretty directly… https://t.co/nZxSeLj32N
10/22
2019
That moment when you first look inside an old code base you're unfamiliar with. https://t.co/uyDwBY7Ge9
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10/21
2019
@slightlylate @bradneuberg I’m partial to Peet’s and respect/don’t like Intelligentsia and most Third Wave coffees… https://t.co/OHdp2iRVUqhttps://t.co/vp5O0kmlTy and by extrapolation how ENTERTAINING the 2020 election season will be!
10/19
2019
Hey, @Karaszewski, Anytime @evildorina gives you a shout out you’re in rarefied company indeed. https://t.co/wnnX6BykTm
10/17
2019
@mpesce Isn’t that an absolute limit of intellect, though? Humans are generally bad at even spotting variants of th… https://t.co/iSQnGoam03
10/16
2019
Parents: have any of you tried this? https://t.co/VzTgD0Wl64
10/14
2019
That would largely be your two immediate GOP predecessors, right? https://t.co/TmMwXh5THP
10/13
2019
@mvanier42 It’s obvious once you get it!I’m fine, by the way. 🔥🔥🔥
10/12
2019
It's #emojimoviesummaryfriday! https://t.co/7fEE7JUJFv @xeni Much much MORE tedious. The crimes were less egregious and the investigation much more adult.
10/11
2019
Oh look! Someone is just too damn dumb to understand how whistleblower statutes work. https://t.co/DQFCCESyaQFYI, @Rich_Harris https://t.co/Fumf3OGM60Seems to me that adding custom pseudo selectors is a necessary feature if you can author “real” custom tags that be… https://t.co/HzKjbjZvP3Project-based work inevitably has a “push” period when you’re trying to converge on a release of some kind, but it… https://t.co/IvyPNekGqs
10/8
2019
Three products I worked on, for close to half the 11 years I worked at Google. #purelyacoincidence https://t.co/yD3mNBPYw7 @mlh496 I see. Employers are ethically uncomfortable treating contractors in a way that said contractors would find ideal.
10/7
2019
Is this because “competitive compensation” only means “if you’re not in a major market”? Or more that you’re going… https://t.co/9lqy5MNBzW @taravancil I treasure anyone who picks up an ops task. As a team grows, people who regularly improve ops would hav… https://t.co/aWffWImv4C @mikeal In a fractal edge ecosystem like modern web, I find a comprehensive tool like VSCode and its bouillabaisse… https://t.co/fGwRNgsqxa
10/6
2019
I’m dying to hear @mpesce on this https://t.co/3EunOtOnZn @kentcdodds @AdamRackis @thekitze https://t.co/fi6x5cBvSdTechnofix: high-school civics and physics exams, maybe from the late 70s. If you pass you get an encrypted verifica… https://t.co/OSgNnYmxlH
10/5
2019
@BenLesh @slightlylate are you still on TC39?
10/3
2019
This explains so much, @dan_abramov! https://t.co/JALtxj7fVj
10/2
2019
Via @kinu, this is *such* cool work by MSFT: https://t.co/cXXbiMfowv
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10/1
2019
Any protocol that the EFF likes and cable companies hate is a Good Protocol. https://t.co/cHdHNyA48K
9/30
2019
I only wish *our* bumbling dolt could toss off Classics trivia in his mad rants. https://t.co/ThPL8twAx2Why do you think it happened? Like... of course? https://t.co/GixUGHnwHu
9/26
2019
Moon Pirates! Space Monkeys! A Mad Scientist! Who says B-movie sci-fi is dead?I don’t believe this for a second. Not a one of them is a “maverick” like McCain, and HE was all kinds of late and… https://t.co/kUgo8xCm0eI know. I f*cking know. Of course, Android is its own special hell as a phone OS with a splintered hardware marketp… https://t.co/0FREAqdR6O
9/25
2019
I suppose I should weigh in on this, so I will. Here's some observations: (a) Consequentially speaking, it's prob… https://t.co/jdHJVHhR1E
Retweeted by Gavin DoughtieFirst reply: “Telling me to quit is not helpful.” 😬 Advice is generally sound. Extreme schedule shifting is also go… https://t.co/xpByntiNOM @mwichary Super love that the seminal cyberpunk novel was written on it. @mwichary https://t.co/BTqulMJv0G
9/23
2019
Open source is amazing, I created this library called jest-runner-babel that uses jest to run babel (useful for wat… https://t.co/AmolZh7FXT
Retweeted by Gavin DoughtieAn excellent piece of syntax! @_eseidel https://t.co/6yCwkMIGvU
9/19
2019
For example, this tweet about moral relativism. https://t.co/M5vxiqkMhc @evildorina Yeah, like that. Not everyone *wants* to be a dick.
9/17
2019
For my 20 year-old friends, a documentary from the year you were born! https://t.co/UtKgRf6Uz3
9/6
2019
RX is hard, but also good. Declare the chain correctly* and it Just Works. *you will not do this https://t.co/y6iBAc5Vc3
9/5
2019
@DrEricMD @thaddeuswalsh @revivin_ophelia @TbirdTr3y_10 @mollyhc So, you’d disobey direct orders to enforce a legal… https://t.co/toQTaLoGae
9/1
2019
11 years ago I worked in a HMV store and it still remains one of the most surreal employments I’ve ever had. Here a… https://t.co/WfIF0nnkmy
Retweeted by Gavin Doughtie @slightlylate @rachel_norfolk Lemme tell ya about recompiling the JS for Google+...
8/31
2019
@slightlylate @rachel_norfolk My struggles with legacy JS are but the breeze from a butterfly’s wings beside a cat 5 hurricane...ProTip: localStorage is not intended to be a system for using global variables in your webapp. It's 2019 and spaghe… https://t.co/T2Bsrtxbsq
8/30
2019
@codeslack @slightlylate @addyosmani Vue is cool too! I’m thinking something way more minimal, though.
8/29
2019
@justinfagnani @slightlylate @addyosmani Oh, there’s a million best practices that need to be added; just looking f… https://t.co/sW1mvAVVp4 @slightlylate @addyosmani I think @addyosmani’s comment about automation for errors as you start creeping past a bu… https://t.co/X5yRnaFBBa @slightlylate @addyosmani None of the high-traction frontend systems *prevent* us from taking care of users, but th… https://t.co/9d3cEDDBs9 @AdamRackis @addyosmani @slightlylate In this case an embarrassing amount of copy/paste code plus unbounded inclusi… https://t.co/pSFTkFYUHYThis "otherization" also upsets me when it's fellow liberals doing it to "millionaires and billionaires" or "conser… https://t.co/7TI6deDqPY @slightlylate @addyosmani Anybody doing "app-frameworky" things you guys like with Lit? @slightlylate @addyosmani @Rich_Harris Whatever we stabilize on is likely to remain in production for a decade, so… https://t.co/amLPWyP7O0 @slightlylate @addyosmani Svelte, while written in TS, doesn't yet support TS for actual component authoring. Maybe… https://t.co/zaj0OFxXm8Yeah, it's weird-looking but I've used similar syntax in @dart_lang and... kinda miss it. https://t.co/wfWsRul2aG @slightlylate @addyosmani If you guys think, for example, that [one of the big frameworks] can be tuned to be tiny… https://t.co/oWfu5wnhgX @slightlylate @addyosmani This is for deeply functional single-page apps, not content display. I wouldn't mind not… https://t.co/fxwtDuGR6K @slightlylate @addyosmani I'm partial to TypeScript, GraphQL and a lit-element/React style approach to writing UI,… https://t.co/iGzkdgiSE8Dear Lazyweb and @slightlylate and @addyosmani. If I want to apologize to everybody and rewrite an [major framework… https://t.co/gzjBF1cxCM
8/28
2019
@samlanning @polotek @ryanflorence What @samlanning says. Rust and Haskel aficionados May Feel Differently. @polotek @ryanflorence It’s not either/or; we followed a “.ts a file when you touch it” regimen. @petebray @ryanflorence You say that like it’s somehow bad. Less code is the best code.
8/27
2019
@ryanflorence I inherited a modestly large node codebase, converted it to Typescript incrementally, and found real… https://t.co/BEJhcMyfuY
8/21
2019
@DykeVanTom @padraig2112 Why would you assume that all 1.5 million of them would be? It’s unlikely that will be mad… https://t.co/0XBQqQi9Xe
8/20
2019
Can you design offices with freaking doors that freaking shut? 🧐 https://t.co/L5oeqI5PBm
8/19
2019

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