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Evan Hahn
I'm a software developer, full of beans
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Evan Hahn Jun 12
Replying to @tmcw
This was a great post. I'd thought about trying to publish my blog there and you saved me a bunch of time.
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Evan Hahn Jun 6
Saw that , , , , and more use face tracking technology, which I feel is an invasion of privacy. Not surprising, I admit, but worth knowing about!
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Evan Hahn Jun 2
I want to opt-in to TwitterActivityPubActor (auth-v0.1)
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Evan Hahn May 29
An update to your recent "Cadence of Hyrule release date leaked for Thursday" article—I checked the code myself this morning and it now says June 20. Let me know if I can help further!
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Evan Hahn May 29
Just checked again today, and it looks like the source code has changed to June 20, 2019.
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Evan Hahn May 23
Facial recognition is unsafe, biased, and a dystopian nightmare. Don't be a part of this. Drop your biometric boarding program now!
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ACLU May 20
Join the National Day of Action to defend our reproductive freedom nationwide.
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Evan Hahn May 17
"How to shop, cook and eat in a warming world"
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Privacy International May 2
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ProPublica Apr 30
Do you work for ? ? ? ? ? ? We'd love to hear from you.
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Motherboard Apr 26
"The employee argued that, on a technical level, content from Republican politicians could get swept up by algorithms aggressively removing white supremacist material."
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Evan Hahn Apr 23
Replying to @Beethoven779 @airtable
Sure—shoot me a message at evan.hahn@airtable.com. Also might be worth checking to make sure we're not totally misaligned!
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Evan Hahn Apr 22
Replying to @Dumb_cypress @airtable
Our HQ is in San Francisco but we have a number of remote folks. If you're still interested, shoot me an email at evan.hahn@airtable.com and we can discuss further.
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Evan Hahn Apr 19
Replying to @Beethoven779 @airtable
If it's within the US, probably not—if it's elsewhere, it's not a no, but might be a little murkier. Feel free to reach out and we can discuss.
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Evan Hahn Apr 19
If you find yourself wanting to work on a product I earnestly love, is hiring—if you're interested, let me know!
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Evan Hahn Apr 14
"Congress is about to ban the IRS from offering free online tax filing. Thank TurboTax." in
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Evan Hahn Apr 11
"Where Would You Draw the Line?" by has you decide where you are on the privacy spectrum with social networks, smart doorbells, etc, and then see what has happened that you're uncomfortable with
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Evan Hahn Apr 4
Replying to @FedeSanchez0
Maybe. We keep track of a lot of customer feedback so I'll add this there. However: my favorite thing about working on the API team is that I can usually say "yes" to things because of our API. So yes—you could use the API to conditionally update select fields if you wanted!
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Evan Hahn Apr 4
Replying to @FedeSanchez0
No—formulas are "reactive"—they can't change another cell value.
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Evan Hahn Apr 4
Replying to @bentossell @airtable
I'm one of the developers on 's API team. Feel free to DM or shoot me a message at evan.hahn@airtable.com with any of your questions.
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