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Brad Parker
A designering, codering, IPA enthusiast.
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School of FP Sep 15
Building Haskell Programs with Fused Effects by
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steveklabnik Sep 10
aws is so friggin complicated
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patrick thomson Sep 3
Replying to @importantshock
More practice with `streaming` today: trying the classic Knuth/McIlroy word-frequency classifier. Can’t run in constant space, unfortunately, but it ends up pretty elegant and churns through all of Moby-Dick in 0.04s.
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Charity Majors Aug 31
Replying to @mipsytipsy
When you are the boss, your job is not to boss people around. If you boss people around they will hate you, and you will counterintuitively have less power. Your job is: 1) the mission: define it/get it done 2) persuade others to join you 3) give them what they want/need
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Brad Parker Aug 29
I hadn’t looked at in quite a while. Didn’t know they had a free “personal” offering. So good! So open source! So Haskell! Yay! :D
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Chris Penner Aug 28
Hi friends! I've got a book on optics/lenses along the way and want to make it the best it can be, maybe the canonical guide to optics! What would you want from a lens book? Let me know and sign up for updates! RT's appreciated😀Thanks!
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DHH Aug 27
I've been happily using DDG for months now. It's really quite good. And so is this pitch for why you should try it too. Surveillance capitalism is the internet taking a wrong turn. It's still possible to back up and get on the right course.
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Tam Aug 22
I never tired of this. It makes me so happy.
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Brad Parker Aug 23
Replying to @o_pichon @rbernardelli
Yay. Firefox nightly has been great, for me, for a few years now :)
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Vaibhav Sagar Aug 19
my Nix talk from is up!
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Sam Saccone Aug 16
Too often I see technical prowess defined as using the *latest thing*. The thing is, using the *latest thing* rarely aligns with optimizing for durability and long-term maintainability. **controversial statement** Use _boring_ technology for _important_ things.
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ZuriHac Aug 12
Replying to @ZuriHac
Luckily we were able to recover Simon Peyton Jones' keynote "How Type Inference in GHC Actually Works", however, it cuts out 10min before the Q&A ends.
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Manish Aug 14
Replying to @myrrlyn
every assertion made by a programmer about how real world data is constrained is wrong.
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Kaleb Horton Aug 14
I love how the internet used to have tucked away corners where you could be funny and weird and they’ve all been replaced by three megacorporations that are fueled largely by people screaming at each other and falling victim to barely disguised data harvesting.
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Brad Parker Aug 12
Replying to @jeremyjkun
In the small: recognising monoid homo-morphisms or where the composition-preserving property of a Functor can be applied... sometimes you can get little optimisations, sometimes a little clarity boost
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Jessica Joy Kerr Aug 7
Replying to @mik_kersten
“There are no metrics of ‘how Agile’ a team or organization is; there’s just a focus on how much business value flows.”
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Mat Fournier Aug 7
Replying to @mat4nier
Every. Damn. Day
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Eryk Bagshaw Aug 7
Banking royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne has launched a rare attack on the political establishment, accusing it of being captured by vested interests, destroying public faith in institutions and reducing policy to three word slogans.
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Michael Feathers Aug 6
A word for the software architecture lexicon.
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Benjamin Law 羅旭能 Aug 4
Joff really is a living national treasure. Composed what has the most recognisable melodies in Australian TV history, as well as theme/score and music for . Give him an OAM. Or at least name a CityCat after him.
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