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Adam Rackis
Web developer. Beer, whiskey, coffee snob. JavaScript fanatic. React/Redux/MobX/GraphQL enthusiast—Jr Developer for life.
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Adam Rackis 3h
It's anything you can imagine :) Here's a better example function Select<T, U>(arr: T[], map: T => U): U[] { } Once you get used to it, the single variable type names become like second nature.
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Adam Rackis 3h
Replying to @swyx @acemarke @wesbos
Eh - didn't C#'s Func<> and Action<> have like 15 overloads each??? :)
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Adam Rackis 3h
Replying to @jorybraun
It's 2017 where I am ...
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Adam Rackis 3h
Replying to @swyx @acemarke @wesbos
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Adam Rackis 3h
If there's just one, or maybe two, then it's fine foo<T>(arg: T, val: number): T[] But yeah - that Thunk typing is brutal.
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Adam Rackis 3h
Imagine a developer waking up from a 10 year coma: Me: "Hey so JS is unrecognizable now. The top web dev framework is React: it puts html in your JavaScript, and has stateful functions calls. It's closing in on a million downloads per *day* on npm!" Dev: "What the fuck is npm?"
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Adam Rackis 4h
Replying to @danielbisch @revskill
Right. GraphQL actually ... does shit. It’s much more feature-rich than REST. If a REST endpoint is all you want, then go for it - use fetch and ship some code.
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Adam Rackis 4h
Replying to @_BrianKimball
Good network! Brilliant! 👊🥃
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Adam Rackis 5h
Replying to @codehitchhiker
Hilarious but honestly Judge Judy is one I could tolerate if I HAD to. Divorce Court was on and dear god who the fuck watches that 😖😵
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Adam Rackis 5h
Replying to @acemarke
First Take is painful at times BUT “Get Up” plays it opposite on ESPN2 (and even First Take makes CNN and daytime TV look like high culture 🥃). PTI isn’t my favorite but damn it’s not bad at all imo.
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Adam Rackis 5h
I’ll vote for literally anyone who makes it a law that ESPN is the only thing that can be played in public spaces. I know not everyone likes sports, but CNN and, god help me, daytime court shows are a form of emotional warfare 😩😫😣😖
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Adam Rackis 7h
Using `any` to ship features with TypeScript
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Adam Rackis 8h
Replying to @StudioMean
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Adam Rackis 8h
Replying to @thejohnstew
Web dev community is full of ideologues worshipping at Crockford’s altar
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Adam Rackis 8h
Replying to @keithjgrant
<script> tags pointing to jQuery and bespoke factory functions or gtfo
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Adam Rackis 9h
This morning alone I’ve seen multiple hot takes of “Hooks show that ES6 classes were unnecessary and a mistake,” and for good measure a popular new one complaining about the line count of node_modules in a CRA app. My god the web dev community is full of insufferable children.
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Adam Rackis 9h
Replying to @StudioMean
Are you some sort of bot, or just an obnoxious, incoherent person?
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Dan Abramov 15h
I think it’s unfortunate that people see Hooks as a statement against JavaScript classes. I’ll happily continue using classes for cases where I want an object factory with some methods. React components seem a bit different to me, that’s all.
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Laurie Voss 10h
Watching JavaScript's ethos move from "you don't need types, they hold you back from poetry" to "types are going to solve every problem we've ever had" is a fun journey from one incorrect idea to another.
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Adam Rackis 10h
Replying to @StudioMean
😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅
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