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Matthew Barbara
Full stack engineer.
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Chris Coyier Nov 10
I used to be all like console.log("myVariable: ", myVariable); and now I be all like console.log({ myVariable }); cuz DevTools automatically logs it with the name then.
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Matthew Barbara Nov 11
I am on the same boat as you. Thanks for sharing this distro
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V8 Sep 30
🤔 How does V8 figure out which properties get to live on site and which ones have to work from home? A deep dive into the classic V8 internals:
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Addy Osmani Sep 30
Find and fix tricky JavaScript memory leaks caused by detached windows: ~ great write-up full of practical tips by
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Jason Miller 🦊⚛ Sep 28
Detached Windows are a common source of memory leaks and tricky to debug. Any site using iframes or popups can be affected. Learn how to track them down and 5 possible fixes:
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Matthew Barbara Sep 22
Replying to @DasSurma
What happens if one of your dependency maintainer forgets to respect semantic versioning and updates a major as a minor? 😁
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Matthew Barbara Sep 13
check this out buddy :)
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Eric Elliott Sep 8
Test your knowledge of the elusive JavaScript `this` binding. Do you really know it as well as you think you do?
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Eric Elliott Sep 7
Beware of the tech debt firehose: Often the fastest feature builder. Managers love them, but they slow down the rest of the team with poor planning, inscrutable code, poor test coverage, and no docs.
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Matthew Barbara Sep 8
Replying to @rachelnabors
I met my ex on Bumble and she happened to be an engineer, coincidentally She was the only woman I matched which was an engineer
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Matthew Barbara Sep 6
Replying to @devinDford
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Matthew Barbara Sep 5
Yep, you are not alone here. Rest assured.
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Matthew Barbara Sep 5
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Equivalent to `true` and `surelyTrue`
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Matthew Barbara Sep 5
Replying to @MooAsker
I used this approach in both, software engineering and fitness. When I hit the gym after months inactive I don't compare myself with dudes benching 100kgs. When I work with more experience devs I learn from them On both occasions, I am happy that I am better than I was yesterday
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Matthew Barbara Sep 5
Replying to @MooAsker
Today you have to compare yourself with yesterday's yourself. That's the only comparison you should make and ensure you are seeing a slightly better version each time you check
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Matthew Barbara Sep 3
Replying to @yoavweiss @DasSurma
I have always been curious how Chrome's devtools works but never found/dedicated time to understand it. Is there any articles one can read as an introduction?
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Web Components .dev Sep 1
Replying to @preactjs
A lot of good things are happening with for custom-elements 😍
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Kelly Vaughn 🐞 Aug 30
I saw a post on LinkedIn that recommended adding an emoji at the beginning of your name because you could see who was using some sort of automation tool to send out connection requests. I can now confirm it works.
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Matthew Barbara Aug 30
Replying to @AdamRackis
<3 Web components
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Matthew Barbara Aug 30
Replying to @dan_abramov
What is the use case ?
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