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Engineering at Google. Focused on Performance.

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I'm hiring! I'm looking for a Senior Program Manager who is passionate about the web, and wants to empower develope… https://t.co/U7GdhbVRMh
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12/6
2019
@_prateekbh Syntax proposal! Syntax proposal!
12/5
2019
@syrusakbary @linclark Just a hunch, but requesting an answer is not a good idea – nor are the other actions here.… https://t.co/UrQhbjE0gb @benmorss Whoa. Be careful! @seldo Yay for your new job!
12/4
2019
@slightlylate Good news! The prod build is significantly better on this ridiculous hardware. https://t.co/dtZ3XKC55I @slightlylate Looks like they're made of `renderRootTransactions`. I'm guessing this is a debug build shipped to prod. @slightlylate Nope, just plain old website doing lots of work on the main thread. (it displays a list of 8 items)Today is a fun one. This flame chart is from a Core i7-6700K @ 4.00GHz on a site I was asked to trace. https://t.co/bE56j3QHrN @chriseppstein @BenLesh @youyuxi @markdalgleish Am reminded again why you’re awesome. Keep up the great work. @seaotta @HenriHelvetica @jsconfeu Agreed. It was a great talk. @BenLesh @AdamRackis @youyuxi @markdalgleish Agree it’s quite hard, and I’m not even sure the data is more valuable… https://t.co/COFrK6QrpM @BenLesh @AdamRackis @youyuxi @markdalgleish Basing “usage” on a system used for authors and CI systems seems flawe… https://t.co/70SDZu2gq8 @jaredpalmer @mjackson @vincentriemer @ReactTraining Happy to help, let me know what works or doesn’t. @jaredpalmer @mjackson @vincentriemer @ReactTraining If you have something you would like to try Closure Compiler w… https://t.co/uNKt5xrLu5 @vincentriemer @ReactTraining @mjackson That’s all from the work @mjackson did. Much smaller source footprint (and… https://t.co/418jS0rQHYAlways happy to help folks who want to try using Closure Compiler! https://t.co/0SbBX10cCH
12/3
2019
@_developit I didn't! Will do though.Morning drive thoughts: There is a growing dichotomy of the web. For some people the web is content and for others… https://t.co/0W9a7KCa9d
12/2
2019
Got a great deal on Black Friday and they arrived today! https://t.co/2wVfxHRnQI
12/1
2019
Heading out for a couple days to take advantage of this weather. See ya next week Twitter. https://t.co/WIflFnuqPq
11/28
2019
@shhnjk Investigating. @shhnjk If you run into any issues, or find interesting things... I'm always available to chat! @shhnjk Hi there, author here. Thanks for pointing this out, the language was overly specific and not helpful. I'v… https://t.co/7Iiwt95vGK
11/27
2019
@argyleink Pair programming for shopping. I’m in.This is the month for building out analytics in my little pwa shopping example. Looking forward to it.
11/25
2019
My Home Depot reality: if I go once in a day, I will return at least twice later that day.Making do without a CyberTruck. https://t.co/oq3kpvf5g6 @HenriHelvetica Still use TripIt for this. Forward the confirmation for airlines, hotels, etc and it’s all in one place.
11/24
2019
https://t.co/LBoS1ClHUZPretty sure you have to pass a Voight-Kampff test to drive the Cybertruck. @seldo @simonw Or was it Ellington? @justinfagnani @tbranyen Haven’t decided which approach to take yet. Don’t have a strong preference personally... j… https://t.co/XVUsGWaSeO @justinfagnani @tbranyen Same. Moving over entirely. @vincentriemer I’m using advanced mode in a few libraries from it now. Still needs some work for apps and code splitting.Minor release that made me really happy. https://t.co/LWlRlPfCVD Now with rollup, one can more easily output adva… https://t.co/5UDyklVLkc
11/22
2019
@jthoms1 Enjoy the slower pace, it makes for a better show!To friends working on Disney +: Excellent job with the launch, I’m so excited to see what you learn going forward.… https://t.co/5WwJNbwL5W
11/20
2019
@ericlaw Scared me there. https://t.co/u9Z7pESt4f @matthewcp See all sorts of neat demos of Grid, but whenever I am writing CSS it's just easier for me to use Flexbo… https://t.co/nMcqlLIfZhHad the opportunity to spend an hour with @mjackson today discussing closure compiler, rollup, and the new version… https://t.co/0dD3Z6HeAh
11/19
2019
@devongovett @FredWessberg @matthewcp @_developit Am glad to see traction being made. Good luck and let me know if I can help. @devongovett @FredWessberg @matthewcp @_developit The metadata for a publication date is known to the publishing sy… https://t.co/PoSVEbazYZ @devongovett @FredWessberg @matthewcp @_developit Not certain it’s granular enough either. Other ideas? @FredWessberg @matthewcp @devongovett @_developit Tail calls is a good example, since there is disagreement between… https://t.co/40t2bNVvvf @devongovett @_developit Agree, the “last 2 versions” changes every 8 weeks. I like the idea of also publishing ra… https://t.co/B3uGsnUo3B @devongovett @_developit The idea was to also fold Node into this yearly number. However, I could see a solution l… https://t.co/C8YUcBGYMt @devongovett @_developit Also the name is bad (can blame me for this). @devongovett @_developit Syntax isn’t tied to an ES release, which I think is quite important. It is designed to e… https://t.co/hKVYNoyRhq @matthewcp @devongovett @_developit 6. Works for every major js engine and browser (including Node). @matthewcp @devongovett @_developit 3. How can these approaches be generalized for features (supports template inst… https://t.co/AHJvy0Jvey @matthewcp @devongovett @_developit I think it’s a bit broader: 1. How do you safely load JS with modern features… https://t.co/idVaouVe9E @devongovett @_developit That’s exactly what the syntax proposal aims to resolve. @_reznord @devongovett @slightlylate @nomadtechie @_developit Giving libraries a declarative format for defining wh… https://t.co/awYM9DXoFG @torch2424 @slightlylate @devongovett @nomadtechie @mikeal We should chat! Sorry I was out last week! @devongovett @slightlylate @nomadtechie @_developit When Jason wakes up tomorrow, I’m sure he can link the document… https://t.co/VDqBYz5re4 @devongovett @slightlylate @nomadtechie @_developit Jason wrote a proposal about adoption for the same value in pac… https://t.co/9Y2op7jRjC @devongovett @slightlylate @nomadtechie Not much movement. whatwg didn’t agree it was needed. Have been trying wit… https://t.co/pjG4RZqNxp @slightlylate @devongovett @nomadtechie https://t.co/arMQH1zh6V Would love to see a solution to this across the np… https://t.co/nf3ACpoA9G
11/18
2019
@malchata 👋 https://t.co/s9TCMasmNY
11/17
2019
@jkup Yep!Vacation is nice. Back next week... maybe. https://t.co/keoyfPDbKm
11/13
2019
@mhartington @jthoms1 @adamdbradley More advance notice next time! I’d be happy to join. @mjackson I’m out of town starting tomorrow again, but I’d be happy to do this when I get back!
11/8
2019
@mjackson We bundle `ampproject/worker-dom` using `ampproject/rollup-plugin-closure-compiler` – but no UMD. If you… https://t.co/JRwVYMp6xu @torch2424 @mikeal Hi there! Aaron is awesome. Always happy to chat about compilers and proposals for Web Platform. @MylesBorins @alercah I’ll join you, but just for the poutine. @RReverser SJC is the airport to use in the bay. Am biased, but quite prefer it.Agree here (perhaps surprisingly). Believe our goal should be to understand the overall performance of a document… https://t.co/aDfw1ZAFAB @sauloveronesi Absolutely, love Tokyo in this regard as well. Will be there in about 4 hours (at the airport)! @sauloveronesi Strange to say, but, it’s managing congestion. Even in high density areas things are accessible and… https://t.co/HbqtUi5meQWish I had another day in Seoul. Feels like a city from the future, and I cannot wait to return.
11/7
2019
@slightlylate @DasSurma @argyleink I feel seen.Really like this new icon and am excited to see Edge stable release. Nice work Edge team! https://t.co/FmjmMxX0vJ @TheLarkInn @mikesherov @devongovett @MicrosoftEdge This would be a massive win to help reduce the amount of JavaScript on the web.
11/6
2019
@ragingwind Hope you’re there! Would be great to have a chat.
11/4
2019
Watched another plane land as we were landing today at LAX. It’s one of my favorite sights: planes are quite magical. @vincentriemer @DerekNonGeneric I should share taskit with you! Looks quite similar and you can tell me how bad it is :)
11/3
2019
@cramforce @pbakaus @slightlylate @Optimizely Death, Famine, War, and Conquest. I’ll be disappointed if we don’t do this. @pbakaus @slightlylate I’ll go as an advertisement. This could be fun!Headed for Seoul tomorrow morning, so I gave my kids a small bit of cake a few minutes ago. It’s a good weekend w… https://t.co/Yd7pMYPvhn @aweary Sounds like a party! I’m sure your partner will appreciate this decision. @aweary Think you know what to do here. Buy all the hamsters... do it!
11/2
2019
@matthewcp Respectfully, I disagree here. Sometimes when you're working on something with a exceptionally long imp… https://t.co/EprizLuvhg
11/1
2019
@mjackson @acdlite Closure Compiler is pretty amazing. Wish more people used it! @harshamv Has there been data published on the impact? I’ll look it up too, wasn’t aware of this! @HenriHelvetica San Francisco and London are places I could see trying it out. Am sure there are others that could… https://t.co/nmGfLWBt0J @gmajoulet @Anne_Hidalgo Love this. Makes me want to visit Paris for a couple days before/during a ban and compare the experience. @patrickkettner This is great! Can’t wait to read it. Thank you.Wonder what big cities would be like with a complete ban on personal cars. Has anyone read research in this space they liked?
10/31
2019
AMP를 한국에서 쓰는 분들이 그렇게 많지는 않겠지만, AMP에 담겨있는 사상, 철학, 구현법 등은 많은 프레임워크 / 라이브러리 개발자 분들, 웹 개발자 분들이 많이 참고하시면 좋으리라 생각합니다. 이번… https://t.co/CpHNDfrtLh
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10/30
2019
@sauloveronesi I'm in Mountain View, it's a nice location too... but these views are quite amazing.The views from the SF office are so beautiful. Wish it was closer so I could visit more often! https://t.co/kiPclYHGGT @stubbornella Wording was poor here. My bad. I think the act of adding and installing can be considered different.… https://t.co/akaNCiFVYVDocumenting a new OSS release, and realized my patterns for installing depdencies has changed. How do you install a new dependency? @slightlylate Agreed. Would be great to see a Redux like library that did all of these things out of the box. @Rich_Harris Absolutely agree. Kids are funny about it, and it’s a good learning lesson that electricity is a luxur… https://t.co/fIYzsUPaPr @Rich_Harris We lost power on Saturday until today, supposedly it’s going out again tonight. The stars are nice wi… https://t.co/Uc9hpmvZgf @slightlylate What should developers do instead?
10/29
2019
@elonmusk That’s great news! We put in an order on Saturday.
10/28
2019

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