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PWA developer, consultant, author, and immigrant. Architected Starbucks' PWA. Owner: https://t.co/tdlmbDuKQO My latest book: https://t.co/AOLPKb1yt2

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@zahinize Looks interesting... thanks @ericchernuka @Amplitude_HQ This looks very promising, thanks!
12/14
2019
Is there a less complicated, less expensive alternative to mixpanel? I just want something that lets me send it ev… https://t.co/59TCu0qCCQ
12/13
2019
We'd all be wise to reference this before tackling our next automation project... https://t.co/SWJfwjzVEs @cramforce This tweet made me a little uncomfortable 😅
12/11
2019
@jllord Noted.
12/10
2019
Half way through Human Redux by @HenrikJoreteg and highly recommend it (doesn't matter if you use redux or not).… https://t.co/JB9v04j6Gd
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12/8
2019
Hard work is rarely glamorous, but someone has to sweat the details. Otherwise it's nothing but a grand idea poorly executed. @nathanwpyle for the record, this is easily one of my favorite scenes in all of your comics... "Yes Infant!" kills… https://t.co/vsOs5Doz6H
12/5
2019
@slightlylate 😂British people guess how much health care costs in the US — and they are shocked. https://t.co/dkRzFRYoJD
Retweeted by Henrik Joreteg @slightlylate It was my own hokey build process that I first put together a few years ago. But it's basically rende… https://t.co/bRmhmJ93b3 @slightlylate My blog, https://t.co/BSVBZDOs3m does this. It's generated statically at built time (using some, some… https://t.co/aQekWCS8EH
12/4
2019
@adam_baldwin For this, I find it useful to have some people that I can complain to. Frequently, Holly gets to hea… https://t.co/a5vWKAkrVk
12/3
2019
Some people you hang out with inspire and energize you. Others leave you exhausted. Guess which ones I think are… https://t.co/XG9K4ojDMr
12/2
2019
@yazeedBee Would I ever use elm? Yeah, possibly. It's been a while since I gave it a proper look, though. It's cool stuff.
11/30
2019
@ericchernuka Definitely feeling like a proper winter already 😁 made skiing a bit difficult. @ericchernuka Yeah, had some great times here so far... very cold though 🥶 @ericchernuka Between Banff and Lake Louise.
11/29
2019
#banff https://t.co/FnyLXbHD1e @naterrr_ Spokane club?
11/28
2019
Oh how I wish this was a web app, or that there was an Android version. https://t.co/g4YajZzGqd
11/26
2019
@HCornflower @lynnandtonic What's to opine upon? Cranberries !== lingonberries Simple as that. Lynn, as per usual, has excellent taste.I'd strongly encourage you to buy @nathanwpyle's "Strange Planet" book. So good! And so awesome to see great come… https://t.co/LOPDtpH7jf @nathanwpyle Your compliment just made our earth rotation 😁 G r a t i t u d e 🎉 @nathanwpyle @nathanwpyle my son even asked to "rollsuck the foot fabric" and proceeded to actually do it, just bec… https://t.co/UZGM7UtqfA @nathanwpyle hey! My 9 yo daughter and 6 yo son have been obsessed with your comics since I got the book delivered… https://t.co/0miU5srHFzHere's Mathias' awesome breakdown of the JSON.parse trick for speeding up state transfers. Quick, easy optimizatio… https://t.co/NvDjYzSgGW
11/25
2019
TypeScript is vastly overrated. Writing types is a huge waste of time for most things. Apply sparingly. https://t.co/xIzURtujTN
Retweeted by Henrik JoretegI always thought this interesting as a way to deliver graphics on the web. Seems relatively concise. I wonder how… https://t.co/3ea1FYyCoq
11/24
2019
Got proper nerdsniped today. Here it is, dorks. 🚚 Single div CSS Tesla Cybertruck https://t.co/shGZRHA0lb https://t.co/5jN81ngVKk
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11/23
2019
@improper Neither of those friends are in tech. @bgalbs @jackie_galb dude! what happened?! You were all anti last night, no? @antony I currently have a truck... it's a bit silly how large/obtrusive they are. But, at least this one won't be… https://t.co/ONx5AcvuHaSo, two of my closest friends and I all pre-ordered a cybertruck. We're all first-time telsa customers... I think t… https://t.co/24U44YwVgwI’m not really a car guy but love the design of #Cybertruck for a few reasons: 1. Fresh take on truck aesthetic 2.… https://t.co/mdN1piRvje
Retweeted by Henrik Joreteg @adam_baldwin Also it would be so freaking useful to have an air compressor and real electrical outlet with you whe… https://t.co/JMVZ9LqmHI @adam_baldwin Most people that buy a truck don't actually need a truck 😅 @adam_baldwin Omg too freaking cute 🥰 @adam_baldwin Plus, the specs on a properly built electric truck will destroy all existing trucks. The mechanical… https://t.co/UhMbw6ztpo @adam_baldwin It's definitely out there. But I think a polar, binary reaction is actually a really good outcome for… https://t.co/DZ9jhtV7iV @adam_baldwin In other news, I miss working with you dude. Hope you and your family are doing well ❤️ @adam_baldwin The main reason I got a Tundra is I couldn't stomach the design of hardly any of the other ones. Lol. @adam_baldwin Okay. But I guess I don't care. I find most trucks these days absolutely hideous. The Dodge Rams desi… https://t.co/7Fr4Z2fPgz @adam_baldwin And frankly I hate how it rides. I'm sliding around a bench-like seat and bouncing around on potholes… https://t.co/ZNtqtoLiuQ @adam_baldwin /me shrugs What's so sensible about current truck designs? You either have to spend a thousand bucks… https://t.co/Vv02oXE0MGReally curious how @Tesla stock will do tomorrow... @adam_baldwin Nope, sigh me up. Spending $100 to fill up my fancy, dumb Tundra with gas kills me a little inside, every time. @pauljadam why would you want two trucks?I like the cybertruck, personally. It's different, but I'll probably buy one eventually. I have a gas guzzling Tu… https://t.co/PQ09hwdzZf @davidbrunelle @slightlylate I heard something about face unlock from CDS, did I not? @dalmaer @johnwilander It really is, unfortunately ☹️
11/22
2019
"Truth" https://t.co/LHrJwMIeFX
11/20
2019
@eriktorenberg Telling the truth @slightlylate @lastmjs This is exactly what I do. I just create a tiny little gqlFetch helper that wraps fetch, par… https://t.co/ocr7A1dkKL
11/19
2019
@zef "fails to excite" 👈 now there's an understatement
11/17
2019
@nathansmith Thanks 😊It was time for a new profile pic, it's only been about a decade 😅
11/16
2019
😂 😂😂 (I really like the design though) https://t.co/48gTSEfEhP @SlexAxton **gasps** @Tuzmusic You can do it with destructuring like this: connect( 'selectCurrentItem', ({ currentItem: item}) =>… https://t.co/fBjmyUQ0dZ
11/14
2019
About Google search: - Googlebot is evergreen (up to date) - do NOT detect bot by user agent (it will change) - laz… https://t.co/S7HDXpO1IP
Retweeted by Henrik JoretegWakelock API: screen will not dim or lock https://t.co/am2fzf8yX6 #chromedevsummit https://t.co/QY95YDAQQv
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11/13
2019
@DasSurma You also have to deal with things like scrolling, routing, etc. All of that is addressed in this example.… https://t.co/Dx8cEZ9LXe @DasSurma The other thing I'm doing there may not be immediately obvious is intelligent cloning of data based on wh… https://t.co/f9ri4r4cX7 @DasSurma here's a full example app i wrote two years ago: https://t.co/XjBJtMdSt6Hey #CDS2019 if you're watching @DasSurma's talk about moving redux to a worker... It's almost like someone has don… https://t.co/EVLhR2oZdf
11/12
2019
This is very cool. https://t.co/7naij8VNRx @benschwarz congrats! 😁 @hashim_warren Awesome! I really hope you find it useful 😁👍This is why segregation of UI code by data types or data sources is a fool's errand. You never get to keep them sep… https://t.co/qBFaYPxVf8Definitely a little sad to be missing CDS this year. A few too many things going on right now... but this feeling m… https://t.co/iy9feEcdKh @jimcalliu I think I mostly covered that here: https://t.co/2aLy0fkb0gWhat should I blog about? @hashim_warren Sorry for the unsolicited advice... I've pretty much convinced all my friends to read it at this poi… https://t.co/XNxOayEtDA @hashim_warren If I may be so bold, I'd suggest reading Atomic Habits to help give some practical advice on how to… https://t.co/xBQvaTvgM0
11/11
2019
@lynnandtonic It would be faster than many bloated webpages... @codinbzh @naugtur How friendly is end-user workflow for installing a cert though? I'd really like customers to be… https://t.co/zMDlsQ4Gk9
11/10
2019
@naugtur @codinbzh I got it to where it worked consistently and handles failures/reconnects, etc. It used PM2 so t… https://t.co/x4EiO53xN1 @naugtur @codinbzh Additionally... I had trouble making HTTP calls to the raspberry pi directly because it needs a… https://t.co/1huY7rRWWl @naugtur @codinbzh Thanks for the suggestion. I've actually built one already. The problem is that instead of this… https://t.co/DAzrAopKX5
11/9
2019
Looking at a complex system, identifying its sources of complexity, and being able to find a path for gradually ref… https://t.co/VEUkE03s4u
11/8
2019
I created a slick way to lazy-load modals and their content for this app... Then quickly realized my modal content… https://t.co/p23l8uCm2q
11/7
2019
@legkoletat I got it, I'm just having fun with it 😅
11/6
2019
Internal code that isn't directly in service to your customers is a liability. Someone has to support it. The mo… https://t.co/07f6A3URCq @legkoletat It'll still go through your foot. I like my feet without holes. @lynnandtonic Hah! I blocked that guy too 😅 @phillip I also know where he stands with regard to what other organizations within Google are doing. Trust me, he… https://t.co/Tv3KCz5fdj @phillip I'm well aware of who Alex is.I don't ask for much, but please... read this thread if you're a web developer 🙏 https://t.co/bsR2QqDfg8 @tomayac @slightlylate @ChrisFerdinandi @GeorgeZeGreek Cool, I just did... kinda quick and dirty:… https://t.co/lqLL0K0mH199% of software development is learning how not to shoot yourself in the foot as you add features.
11/5
2019
@tomayac @slightlylate @ChrisFerdinandi @GeorgeZeGreek The only issue with merging it is it doesn't cover the disco… https://t.co/fPAZYGuGW8 @madr_se 😁👍 thanks for the sympathy! To be completely honest, I knew you didn't have enough context to give a quali… https://t.co/u1vwalRHHV @madr_se Vad tycker du? 😁 (Det är redan en PWA, så det kommer inte vara svårt att ändra till electron) @KarlOscarWeber I didn't, thanks. Well, I'm quite certain we're just going to skip both of Apple's stores at this point. @IamJamesGill Maybe next time consider gathering more context before posting insults. I didn't do what you said at… https://t.co/3JMuPeYuwh @_baxuz That's not the issue they pointed to. It adds Swift code that makes local network calls to read data from patient vitals monitors. @BrendanMatkin @slightlylate @ChrisFerdinandi @GeorgeZeGreek I have precisely zero control of the other end. @phillip That's an extremely weak analogy and I think you know that.
11/4
2019

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