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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 20
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 20
Democracy dies in silence. Cast your vote today.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 19
Replying to @kapowaz
mr. darcy pls
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 19
There’s a hard problem in computer science: naming things
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 17
yes
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 17
I’m also Jeff!
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 16
Thanks for sharing your week with me! You can find me at . Next on you're in good hands with the , , also a engineer from the NYC office. I'll leave you with my rejected company slogan: Deliveroo, try our apps!
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 14
The NYC office usually has a long, bureaucratic process to decide where to go for our free Friday lunch. Don't tell anyone, but today we winged it. No fowl play involved.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 13
Since we're a food company and this account is for engineering, here's the most delicious way to memorize how to get the volume of a cylinder: Given radius `z` and height `a`, just remember it's `π * z * z * a` 🍕.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 12
With the intro of the iPhone Xr, which model do you think is a pirate's favorite? You'd think it is the iPhone X Arrr, but it's really the iPhone 5 sea!
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kriseldargh! Sep 12
Software at - where you get to taste the work you ship and victory is sweet, savoury, all of the above. 👩🏽‍🌾
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 12
To know how many types of ducks there are, you'll first have to decide on including all anseriformes or not. To know more about using 's duck typed interfaces to test 3rd party services, check out 's blog post:
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 11
Replying to @joaolucasluc
The gopher mascot is amazing any way you _slice_ it!
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 11
Time for a confession: I signed up for this week of to purposefully time it with the Apple event tomorrow. Hot take: When I run out of puns for the week, iPhone it in the rest of the week with Apple hot takes and, still, iMacs out all of the twitter karma!
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 11
We've been moving a lot of our new services to the go programming language and like it. Do you think that the team debated over the merits of having an animal mascot and then just decided to gopher it?
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 10
I love a good joke or pun. Getting a laugh from my deliveroo colleagues is all about having great delivery.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 10
Howdy twitter! I'm , and I'm very happy to be your host this week on . I work in the New York engineering office and am still working on getting better at Celsius. Americans, amirite?
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 6
Replying to @DeliverooEng
It's obviously a fairly immature language and doesn't have massive levels of adoption, particularly at Deliveroo Scale™ – but definitely one to watch.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 6
Replying to @DeliverooEng
Its built-in testing library is also *awesome*. It being inspired by RSpec makes it incredibly easy for any Rubyist to understand, and it's honestly my favourite built-in testing framework of any language I've encountered.
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Jeff @ Deliveroo Engineering Sep 6
Recently I've been trying out Crystal () in my spare time. It seems pretty rad – increasingly I find myself missing static typing when context switching from Go/Scala back to Ruby.
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