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Ben Lesh
core team. Art lover. Working at on React stuff. Former Angular team at Google, and web dev at Netflix. Views and tweets are my own.
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Ben Lesh 5h
Replying to @MylesBorins
I LOVED that game for PS1 back in the day. I'm a little worried the remake will somehow taint those memories haha.
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Sarah Drasner 16h
Replying to @css @greensock
I wrote up a "making of" post on that dives into how it was made with 's new ScrollTrigger in case you want to learn, too: The SVGs were all designed by Alejandro Alvarez, he's so talented ❤️
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Chrome Developers 22h
Earlier, the Project Fugu 🐡 team's posted on Notification Triggers—an API for scheduling local notifications that don't require the network. Its origin trial is over now, but we haven't heard enough feedback: . 🗣 Have an opinion?
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Ben Lesh 15h
I have never shopped for such a thing, honestly. Sorry. I wish I could help.
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Ben Lesh 17h
Everything is a GIF. is an actual GIF.
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Ben Lesh 17h
Replying to @EmmaBostian
That said, if you're someone who's reading this and on the fence about a degree: I HIGHLY recommend getting a CS degree if you can. For exactly the reason I stated above. And, as a bonus, you won't have to deal with BS about not having a degree.
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Ben Lesh 18h
Replying to @EmmaBostian
I'm an art school drop out. To people upset about degreelessness: Logically, teaching yourself any subject is a LOT harder than having it taught to you by an institution (otherwise the institution serves no purpose). Everyone pays their dues somehow.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
7.0.0-beta.4 has been released: + Improved timeout operator + Improved memory consumption + Improved ajax methods - deprecates `lift` and makes it protected. (You can still use it in TypeScript with `as any`, but it was leaked implementation)
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Jay Phelps Aug 2
2020, ladies and gentlemen
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
I went to do this once, but I realized that there were people who were actually proud that I followed them. (Which is weird, because I'm a pretty average guy), so I felt bad and never did it.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
needs muted words. All social platforms need muted words. Or topics or something. I just want to see pictures of friends, families, travel, and pets, FFS. I don't care about people's political outlooks or hot takes on COVID19.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @ladyleet
Donate it to a food bank, silly. So easy. You just drop it off. It will all be put to good use.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @CHERdotdev
Although Fyodor was probably a little off... We should probably judge a society by how they treat their poor, minority, and at-risk citizens. As well as their accused.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @CHERdotdev
"A society should be judged not by how it treats its outstanding citizens, but how it treats its criminals" - Dostoyevsky
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
I don't think I've worked on a project, at least not since JS build tooling was a thing, where I could change the JavaScript sand it would be reflected in the browser in less than a second. I hope someday. LOL
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Common sense.
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @TejasKumar_
Hey! That actually looks pretty amazing! Good job!
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
Replying to @notbrent @AdamRackis
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Gen Ashley Aug 1
The Team is looking for feedback on . Add your input using this form >>
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Ben Lesh Aug 2
This is cool! But is it weird this just makes me even more glad I've never had to work on a project that used CSS-in-JS? Most of my CSS is done by fiddling in devtools until it looks right. Are people using this actually waiting for builds to check style changes?
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