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Sam Harries
Father | Husband | Head of Marketing | Technical SEO consultant | Part-time | Moderator of Reddit's Section | Thoughts my own.
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Sam Harries Oct 17
I hate you
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Sam Harries Oct 16
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Sam Harries Oct 16
Replying to @LordManley
So I am late to this party, but twitter informed me that I might care about this tweet. Care, I do, twitter algorithm. Regress/regression.
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Sam Harries Oct 3
This is phenomenal. Read the whole thread
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Sam Harries Oct 2
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Sam Harries Sep 28
Replying to @dergal @YanniTweets
Oh right . Yeah he isn't here yet.
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Sam Harries Sep 28
Replying to @dergal
I haven't seen Yanni yet
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Sam Harries Sep 28
At the Fortune of War...
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HollyGraceful Sep 28
A: "Can we implement Mac filtering on our network please?" B: "To block MAC addresses?" A: "To block MacBooks."
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SEMrush Sep 28
Here are the key takeaways from ’s session on 🔧 Unit Testing 🔧 Integration Testing 🔧 UI Testing
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Sam Harries Sep 28
Insightful as ever , js order is something I missed. Cheers!
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Sam Harries Sep 28
Replying to @LordManley
Dead now, but Google Wave could count?
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Sam Harries Sep 27
Anyone got a ticket and no longer able to go? Asking for a friend....
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Starmer is, to the best of my knowledge, a good bloke. If you were to listen to conversations from himself, vs conversations from Fox, Johnson or Davis.... you'd feel comfortable with only one of the four, guaranteed.
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @LordManley
Oh. Well thats just common sense. Agree, of course. I guess the problem is more, those that are being intentionally offensive. Unintentionally causing offense from ignorance or accident is easy to do, but more easily forgivable.
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @LordManley
I get that, but my reading of it was, not to describe people as autistic, as its offensive. My understanding is thats not accurate. I find it to be a really useful descriptor so that I can ensure my communications are understood the best they can be...
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @vexwerewolf
As an insult sure, entirely agree, but it can it also be used as a non-offensive descriptor. If I know someone is on the spectrum, I know to use less metaphors and be more straight-speaking. Is that bad of me?... I do not wish to cause offense... genuine question.
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @LordManley
Guess I should address that question at the original author, rather than yourself. Whoops, Twitter faux pais.
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @LordManley
Well that guy is a fucking idiot.
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Sam Harries Sep 25
Replying to @LordManley
As an insult sure, entirely agree, but it can it also be used as a non-offensive descriptor. If I know someone is on the spectrum, I know to use less metaphors and be more straight-speaking. Is that bad of me?... I do not wish to cause offense... genuine question.
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