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Matthew Phillips @matthewcp Louisville, United States

Alligator fighter and lover of poetry.

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Joined Twitter 4/19/08


@AdamRackis @DavidKPiano @SeanAguinaga Things shipped, Microsoft and others made a gagillion dollars building GUI apps, etc. @AdamRackis @DavidKPiano @SeanAguinaga Of course native apps typically have a good SDK that has fairly high-level c… https://t.co/YPSFn67hkv @AdamRackis @DavidKPiano @SeanAguinaga It's been a while since I did any non-web GUI development, but I don't remem… https://t.co/v7WXKbwceG @SeanAguinaga @DavidKPiano 💚 One of the reasons "everything's a component" has taken off is because it allows large… https://t.co/3zGdm78O2bI will be giving a talk about Web Components at ING Amsterdam next week! Come to see at least 15 ways to make a Web… https://t.co/wDQAaDfblJ
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2/17
2020
Texture of kiwi but 4 times the size and not very sweet. Not a whole lot of flavor either.Dragon fruit tastes weird.
2/16
2020
@justinfagnani Writing bundler-specific code is not a thing I plan on doing again any time soon. @justinfagnani I use this pretty extensively in new projects for lazy-loading. So that just means I don't support Webpack, I guess.
2/15
2020
@PreciousBFluids @briantcairns @BlackHumor712 @Redistrict https://t.co/CbNz8QV7b9 He came in second. @briantcairns @BlackHumor712 @Redistrict He didn't get the most votes: https://t.co/CbNz8QV7b9 @BlackHumor712 @briantcairns @Redistrict He came in second in Iowa. @briantcairns @BlackHumor712 @Redistrict But Bernie has already not won the first 4 states, he didn't win Iowa. @psubeatboxer @RVnGrammy @Redistrict @danpfeiffer 🤔 https://t.co/nut9qSuJhZ @mikesherov I like your second question, I don't personally find reclining to be comfortable and would rather sit u… https://t.co/WOwnCFDL3lSnowpack v1.3.0! 🥳 🆕 `--stat` output details mode 🆕 Config file support (powered by cosmicconfig!) 🆕 Bug fixes and… https://t.co/c3TFSgkkW8
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2/14
2020
This has been a long time coming, but im super excited to finally be able to share with you: ING open sources Lion!… https://t.co/uIUHxbWXLB
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @mattchewone If you think that's weird try "typeof document.all"Shout out to chicken. Everyone likes it. Goes with everything. Can be in a fancy dinner. Can be on a sandwich. Hard… https://t.co/XZTfFSIXHj
2/13
2020
Finally starting to grok building state machines and really enjoying how it allows for some great flexibility for m… https://t.co/TpQBvOLUb2
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @hipsterbrown Awesome! Would love to hear what works well and what does not. And what is confusing.
2/12
2020
@mikesherov Cool, I'm going to try this. I've never been explicit about it. I usually internalize what I think *I*… https://t.co/5c6f041TQe @mikesherov How do you define them? @bfrancis @mikesherov @rem Like a lot of jargon, the term is only meaningful contextually. Compared to the then-com… https://t.co/i1tiUoFQfe @mattchewone @andrioid Not really, I just played around with it myself, but I'm sure there are books out there. I'm… https://t.co/6liEpqKnvK @andrioid @mattchewone I would argue that it's not state machines / xstate that is draining but the reality of how… https://t.co/vp1CLvKot6 @bfrancis @rem I don't see what's wrong with "serverless". Sure it means nothing to people outside of the industry… https://t.co/xWHTrMglXv @chrisdmacrae @vishnugopal @DavidKPiano https://t.co/ysiUu1j2jZ The reason it's not built in is because the API fo… https://t.co/U9R5oPBq8m @chrisdmacrae @vishnugopal @DavidKPiano Such as what? @Runspired @danbucholtz Probably a coincidence but it tracks with the rise of social media. A place for people to t… https://t.co/guecKoi6tKSomewhere around the late 2000s the Oscar Best Picture winners becomes a list of movies no one has seen since the y… https://t.co/DOaVT5AMpp
2/11
2020
Creating a 3D effect from two static 2D images, using one as the source for multiple CSS mask-images, by offsetting… https://t.co/S87G6H51ba
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @JuliettePretot @Google Congrats! @brianleroux @JamesKyburz Ok, I think the confusion on my part is that you're likely defining your DB schemas in so… https://t.co/Cx1ba5mbFH @brianleroux @JamesKyburz That applies to code for sure, I want to run my code locally, but I don't understand what… https://t.co/V7dIUb8EGl @JamesKyburz @brianleroux Just curious, why would you want to run those things locally? Just for the "on an airplane" scenario?
2/10
2020
@CompuIves @TimvdLippe @treshugart ES modules is not my point, but rather not compiling classes, arrows, etc. @mattchewone That looks gross, but at least has flavor I guess?
2/8
2020
@JamesWee_ Because the ecosystem provides the Babel configs.Playing around with @begin for the first time. Pretty fucking sweet that it allows you to get up and running with D… https://t.co/hIsSu3Vt8e
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @ksigmund @simonbrown I like this approach a lot. @treshugart They're prioritizing people using *Codesandbox* from IE11? I can't imagine there are many IE11 users.… https://t.co/p9RQHP5fbt @treshugart I'm thinking about the ecosystem as a whole, for example Codesandbox does this. There are exceptions an… https://t.co/b0szP5rGSs @WestbrookJ Hah, that's probably sufficient! I do overcomplicate it by trying to have various shapes. @DavidKPiano I need to some times represent the web UI and differentiate that from the web backend, also. @DavidKPiano I create more specific diagrams to describe a process. For example how a web UI calls certain APIs to… https://t.co/risrUKRflU @DavidKPiano The one for diagramming software architecture, which I'm not sure which is appropriate! 😂 I use flowchart usually.Does anyone know what diagram shapes mean are do we all just make it up as we go?Is it weird to want to like a language because you think the website is nice? This is true for me and Nim:… https://t.co/kKeigGUEerI can't believe the React ecosystem tooling still spits out ES5 by default today. What a mess. @mikesherov @dan_abramov @kylemathews @dfabu @chatsidhartha @gatsbyjs Yeah, like @mikesherov I thought partial hydr… https://t.co/bHJWRZiWOb
2/7
2020
@kylemathews @dfabu @chatsidhartha @slightlylate @gatsbyjs Partial hydration is an idea, nothing more. It's likely… https://t.co/u5YZCPgEqz @AdamRackis @_developit @slightlylate @zachleat Mobile is almost old news at this point, I'm not even that excited… https://t.co/yQaGZCRqO1 @AdamRackis @_developit @slightlylate @zachleat I think about it like this: what are my career paths if I stay with… https://t.co/6Ny0QP9uwR @AdamRackis @_developit @slightlylate @zachleat "There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his ho… https://t.co/IXKjyJ3whG @AdamRackis @_developit @slightlylate @zachleat It's a problem for web developers that don't want to become the new cobol programmers @AdamRackis @slightlylate @zachleat Because people don't use desktops all that much any more and will continue to do so less over time.
2/6
2020
Dear God. @gatsbyjs are perpetuating this myth to justify themselves https://t.co/toeHyHkWpd
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2/5
2020
millennials: nobody lost, that’s how it should be.
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2/4
2020
Played around with @eleven_ty and now I have to migrate my site to use it because of all its awesomeness 🤩
Retweeted by Matthew PhillipsJava is still a powerhouse today and I don't know anyone that uses it or wants to. A reminder of the echo chamber I'm in. @dennycrunk @JoeyJoisey @clm250 Sure, all of the above. Just get the immature people out.
2/3
2020
@tabatkins @Lady_Ada_King Better than the 2mb JS blobs we have today though. @JoeyJoisey @clm250 Throw out first offense, season ban the second.1917 is a horror movie. @jhlagado I've only actually used Zig. They all seem similar, just focused on different areas. Zig has a focus on i… https://t.co/8BMWQduZi0 @briankardell How long does something like this take you?Stop putting raisins, nuts and other non-sugar ingredients in my cookies please and thank youI'm excited by the recent trend of C replacement languages like Zig, Odin, and V. For a long time it felt like you… https://t.co/bxJzCXfyzKIsn't it crazy how if you ate your favorite food, whatever it is (mine is pumpkin pie), as your only form of susten… https://t.co/2DRZBeGVCa
2/2
2020
@sawtoothsamo That should be its motto: arugula, all of the thought went into the name. @tomgreever I agree, I was sort of hoping it would get 0 likes and 0 replies because that's perfectly fitting for arugula.Is there a more average foodstuff than arugula? It's not bad, it's not good. It's fine. Sort of bitter. Not good by… https://t.co/l7ZQ2zWbTU @thijs I was going to say "unfortunately yes", but looking at the Google Trends it might not... https://t.co/VPtvsM8WpBAll React problems are solved by some future feature of React.
1/31
2020
Unpopular opinion: React is the wrong tool for building content websites (blogs, marketing sites, documentation, et… https://t.co/TnqEpFXery
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @calebwilliams12 I hate to say that it's the "people". It's that they keep kicking the can down the road with regar… https://t.co/PziPQ4NiJuThe problem with web components is that browser vendors, and specifically Apple, are almost entirely concentrated o… https://t.co/qzsutbGGzo @hakimel @slides Amazing! I'm a happy Slides Pro user, when can we expect this in https://t.co/3PnncX3fKT?👀 Sneak peek of a new reveal.js & @slides feature. Automatically transition elements between slides ✨ https://t.co/S4CSU8r4oo
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1/30
2020
Is it really hard to break something into parts and do one thing at one time and not do everything all at once? It'… https://t.co/nkvEv2lEkjI genuinely don't get it when senior level engineers say that they don't use AWS because the UI is too hard. You kn… https://t.co/qrRaFfPEuU @brianleroux Apex was great, that's what I started using initially and helped me get over the hump of not knowing t… https://t.co/zTKMbW32fv @JonasKuske @simas_ch @DavidKPiano That's an important point. It doesn't make sense to categorize projects into "im… https://t.co/3sbPF0XKZA @simas_ch @DavidKPiano Free time, for the most part. @simas_ch @DavidKPiano Most likely by doing software development, I can't speak for all of their occupations though. @simas_ch @DavidKPiano If you read their blog posts where they say there is 1 full-time dev, and consider that ther… https://t.co/ivhNYmUKRJ @simas_ch @DavidKPiano Well there's only 1 full-time maintainer, so idk, but not enough. @simas_ch @DavidKPiano Babel
1/28
2020
@JuliettePretot Looks like Deno has a lockfile which does subresource integrity: https://t.co/NqTXbKaDTZ deno run… https://t.co/acmUetfPzW @JuliettePretot I've seen issues about this but not sure what the state is. Worthy addition for sureIf I were Node.js I would see Yarn 2 and related ideas as existential threats. A clear indicator that there's a *bi… https://t.co/kbzGJpoiJDAll of the Node.js package managers want to become runtimes because the Node module resolution algorithm is complic… https://t.co/Vn6OYLUTVr @rawrawrmonstar Since you totally want a serious answer on this one, here you go: Overeating can cause severe vomit… https://t.co/rodkPd29fT
1/27
2020
My wife can't resist the cheap crap section at the front of Target. It's her crack. @pablofluffchunk Oh I've never seen Notorious actually, adding it to my listFavorite Hitchcock?
1/25
2020
Anyone looking for a new challenge? @bitovi is hiring remote developers (preferably in the US) with Angular / React… https://t.co/caBskmk3rA
Retweeted by Matthew Phillips @Rich_Harris @AdamRackis @mikesherov @boriscoder @MatthewDeaners @slightlylate "React in the browser" is shorthand… https://t.co/ZZxRHfYMmU @AdamRackis @mikesherov @Rich_Harris @boriscoder @MatthewDeaners @slightlylate *desktop applications (a shrinking market)
1/24
2020

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