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Brad Parker
A designering, codering, IPA enthusiast.
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Ketan Joshi 15h
In Australia, this isn't a resigning thing, it's a guaranteed re-election thing.
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Type Classes Jun 21
We blogged a bit about syntactic sugar and considerations that affect teaching.
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Brad Parker 22h
Replying to @joffbush
Must clarify. This is a supportive “like”, not a confirmation, I’m sure you were wonderful.
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Brad Parker Jun 23
Many commiserations and much respect
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Brendan Zabarauskas Jun 19
Rust Creator Graydon Hoare Talks About Security, History, and Rust:
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Ben Harris-Roxas Jun 19
Americans: extensive public debate about whether forced extrajudicial detention of demonised population groups constitutes concentration camps. Australians:
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Tim "Agile Otter" Ottinger Jun 15
I have a great plan. We take an idea that we think people will pay money for, we come up with an untested design, break it into dozens of pieces so that nothing works unless it’s ALL done, and farm it out to dozens of teams in different locations.
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tef, destroyer of words Jun 13
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Brad Parker Jun 14
Ahhh, yeah. That’s right. Canberra is _really_ cold (from a Queenslander’s perspective)
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adriennefriend Jun 13
Does everyone on your team... 🌈 know what normal looks like? ✨ know how to deploy? 🌼 know how to roll back? 🌺 know how to canary? 🌸 know how to debug in production? 🌠 Practice. ✨ at
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Brad Parker Jun 13
Replying to @jessfraz
Probably old hat, and it’s been a while since I read it but I think about almost every day
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Rob Rix‎ Jun 11
Very proud to announce jump to definition support for a variety of languages in public repositories, by my team (Semantic Code) at GitHub!
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Jasper Van der Jeugt Jun 10
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Fraser Tweedale Jun 9
Tue 11 June (tomorrow): in Education by and project update by me. Hosted by .
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Ha Phan Jun 7
An engineer said yesterday that he appreciated the air gap I provide between our team and the org so that he never feels rushed and can do his best work. Deadlines don’t produce great work. Purpose, clarity and empowering the team does.
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Dea Clark Jun 6
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Bartosz Milewski Jun 6
Cool Haskell success story:
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Tim Humphries Jun 5
Replying to @thumphriees
Give teams high-level objectives and let them organise themselves however they see fit. They might use JIRA for this! You shouldn't need to know. You trust them to do their jobs and measure them by outcomes, not telemetry from their planning process or version control
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Tim Humphries Jun 5
Get to something real and make it tangible, fast. Cut features to the bone to get there. Make it safe to experiment on the real thing. Now everyone is working with the same vocabulary and you don't need that write-only 600-page Confluence rats nest anymore
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Brad Parker Jun 5
Bill Frisell was sooo gooooood. Totally forgot how much I wanted to sound like him.
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