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David Teller
Jack of all Threads at Mozilla. In previous lives, I also developed Opa, OCaml Batteries Included, OpenBerg, etc. Also, I'm in storytelling, acting, mentoring.
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Internet of Shit Apr 20
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David Teller Apr 20
Replying to @indygreg
Thanks, I'll definitely look at it!
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Sylvestre Ledru Apr 19
More Rust code! This time from Facebook!
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Guillaume Blardone Apr 19
« Si c’est pas un scandale ces gens qui fuient la mort..la guerre..les attentats et parcourent des milliers de km a travers des déserts..des mers..des barbelés pour venir voler la précarité des français... Non à l’assistanat étranger Oui à la pauvreté bien de chez nous »
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David Teller Apr 19
Currently running experiments on how to improve JavaScript size compression. We'll get there :)
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Rob Campbell 👽 Apr 19
Replying to @Reuters
... but I'm sure they'll spin this as "european privacy controls contain language that doesn't make sense in other jurisdictions and we're doing this to provide a more comfortable experience for our users as they connect with communities and enjoy sharing."
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Rob Campbell 👽 Apr 19
Replying to @Reuters
trying to read the tea-leaves here, it looks like Facebook is doing this to avoid paying penalties on those 1.5b users that would offset the tax savings they get for basing operations in Ireland. Also, data. 💰💸🤑
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Rob Campbell 👽 Apr 19
Facebook to exclude 1.5 billion users from new EU privacy law, GDPR controls - via
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David Bolter Apr 18
Can you help us bring the Firefox Quantum engine to Android? My team is hiring!
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David Teller Apr 19
Ce jour est à marquer d'une pierre blanche : j'ai trouvé un . Il faut avouer que ça fait du bien.
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David Teller Apr 18
Well, most of the internals of the JavaScript have landed on . Hopefully, motivated users should be able to test it within a few weeks :)
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Edwin Brady Apr 17
Good news: I really enjoy teaching and research. Bad news: our employers are well aware of this.
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David Teller Apr 18
Je commence à douter de l'existence de stations qui marchent. Je serais certainement moins frustré si c'était écrit clairement sur la station.
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David Teller Apr 18
Routine du matin: se lever, prendre le petit-déjeuner, sortir, chercher une station qui marche, abandonner, prendre le métro.
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31173h4xx0r Apr 15
Replying to @monsoon0
I have an excellent elementary proof for this contest question. But, I'm allergic to almonds and the proof is too long to fit in a tweet.
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∂an pd piponi Apr 16
I remember the days when people thought you were weird for spending time on The Internet. Admittedly that was back when the only fun to be had was porting tools you didn't actually care about from from System V Unix to Linux
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Vladimir Arandjelovic Apr 15
A quote attributed to a 1965 NASA report: “Man is the lowest-cost, 150-pound, nonlinear, all-purpose computer system which can be mass-produced by unskilled labor.”
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Benjamin Litherland Apr 15
This is literally the funniest take I have ever read. "Real PhDs are much too smart to be drawn into arguments on social media". Mate, we were born for this. We literally trained for this.
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New Scientist Apr 14
“The result of not enough science is people think the earth is flat, and we need to stop that," says 10-year-old Dakota Shanley at the NYC March for Science. On the ground at today’s rallies
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David Teller Apr 14
Replying to @mjambon
That's actually pretty close to something I lived in a previous job...
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