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Pedro Arvela
DevOps Engineer at | Past: DevOps Engineer at , CS Student at , sysadmin at | Enjoys Cinematography, Travel
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Microsoft Outlook Jun 14
Today’s tea: ) ) ) ) ( ) ) ) _(___(____)____(___(__ (___ \ / _ \This meeting should / | \ have been /____/ \ an email. / \____________/
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Kevin Goldsmith May 31
Had an amazing time visiting the Lisbon office this week. Stellar team and awesome food. Will be back often! Also, we're hiring! 🇵🇹🇵🇹🇵🇹
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Kurzgesagt May 26
Today is the day! Voting and caring about how our political institutions change and develop is on of the most powerful things we can do as citizens. See you at the booth! 🇪🇺
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Pedro Arvela May 25
is both free and used by professional artists. Might be worth to take a look.
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Marcelo Lebre May 23
Replying to @marcelo_lebre
Meetings are a tool. Not a modus operandi. They are the most expensive tool your company pays for, however, they are often unorganized, wasteful, full of overhead and counter productive. Working async brings you effectiveness and optimization of resources. Use meetings wisely.
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SwiftOnSecurity May 18
What did the galaxy order at the Mexican restaurant? A quasardilla.
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Major Hayden May 17
TIL that emojis in git branch names work perfectly fine in :
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Massimo May 12
Bioluminescent phytoplankton creates amazing views [Larak beach, Iran, photographed by Pooyan Shadpoor]
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Joe Clarke May 6
Unit tests: 2 Integration tests: 0
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SwiftOnSecurity May 3
I'd like to say to everyone complaining there's no way to turn unsigned extensions "back on" in normal Firefox. The depth/scale of malware that forced this design was _immense_. I managed+supported Firefox for a decade, and did IT security. It has to be this way. It's unfortunate
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Chris Cannon Apr 29
Now you know. And knowing is half the battle.
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Pedro Arvela Apr 29
This is was the dotfiles repo is made for 😏
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Luke Millar Apr 27
I did it. I found the all-time dumbest security question answer requirement. Good job .
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jessie frazelle 👩🏼‍🚀 Apr 11
If you are micromanaging people, you should consider why you don’t trust them to do what’s needed. I feel like the ideal situation is you let them do the job you hired them to do and allow them to be creative in doing it without you also having a hand in it & stifling creativity.
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SwiftOnSecurity Apr 8
People still don’t fundamentally understand that editors _recruit writers to produce things people will hate_. Your proud indignant tweet with a link to the article is ~why it exists~. The view counters everyone gets paid based on only move in one direction. That’s the point.
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Colm MacCárthaigh Apr 7
I think right around this minute is just about exactly 5 years since the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL became public. I remember the day vividly, and if you're interested, allow me to tell you about how the day, and the subsequent months, and years unfolded ...
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Joel Cressy Apr 2
TIL you can do animated gifs on your project avatars in
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Pedro MS Apr 2
🇵🇹 Boas notícias para os tugas (e não só): a já voltou a contratar em Portugal! Temos 136 vagas em UX, Engenharia, Produto, RH, e muitas outras áreas. Se tiverem dúvidas podem enviar-me uma DM. Todas as vagas aqui =>
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Martin Fowler Mar 31
post from giving an example of a prudent intentional technical debt. It's a rarely sighted thing - but not entirely myth
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Jaana B. Dogan Mar 28
OpenTracing and OpenCensus are merging! It is going to take the best parts of both projects and will support more than tracing. Name is to be determined right now but I was pushing for a Greek name for a while. Ask us anything.
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