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Nikhita Raghunath
contributor, dev , prev w/ . 💛distributed systems & open source. opinions and tweets my own.
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Nikhita Raghunath retweeted
Noodge-in-Chief 9h
The Anti-Schrödinger Rule of Testing: if you don't expect a test to pass 100% of the time, don't include it in your acceptance suite.
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Amy Codes @ Vidcon 23h
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Stefan Schimanski Jun 19
Hard problem of computer science: get case-sensitivity right and don't regress on it
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David Neal Jun 14
Replying to @reverentgeek
Hire good people. Give them a clear purpose and mission. Give them a safe place to ask questions, make mistakes, learn from mistakes, and continuously improve. Keep encouraging and celebrating achievements. Even if it’s the achievement of learning what *not* to do.
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 16
Replying to @xmudrii @gsoc
I saw that! I'm happy that it's proving useful 👍😁
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Marko Mudrinić Jun 15
Found this very awesome tool for collecting and making markdown formatted list of GitHub contributions by : It helped me a lot, I didn't have to search for issues/PRs and manually copy links for my GSoC Tracker. Thanks! :D
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 15
Replying to @xmudrii @gsoc
Haha I had created it for my tracker last year! Glad it’s useful for you too! :D
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 14
Replying to @conor_lan @NotionHQ
:D
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 14
Replying to @conor_lan @NotionHQ
I’ve been using it for quite sometime and I like it too! However, I find it hard to manage todo lists with it (eg, delegating an item to another day/week). How do you deal with todo lists? Any suggestions? :)
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 14
Happy birthday, !!! 🎉🎉🎉
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 14
Replying to @resouer @erictune4
Extension API Server :)
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Erik St. Martin Jun 13
I find it fascinating to learn what people did before getting in to tech. What’s the oddest, most surprising, or worst job you had before getting in to tech?
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Kubernetes Jun 13
.’s SIG API Deep Dive is a great resource for those looking to understand what's going on behind the scenes + those extending w/ APIs using aggregated servers or
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Eric Tune Jun 13
Amazed by how many people are customizing Kubernetes by creating new APIs. More than 400 distinct Github projects. (Forks don't count!)
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 12
Wow, looks interesting. It's super late where I am, so I'll check it out tomorrow. Thanks for sharing this!!
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 12
No contribution is small. Each and every single one counts!! 💛 And thanks for responding to the PR reviews so quickly. :)
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Conor Landry Jun 12
Making my first (small) contribution to the community is by far one of the most friendly experiences I've had in open source. Thank you and 🙏
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 12
> deep merging algorithm that would use keys within the data to decide how to merge fields from different levels of the pertaining heirarchy. SO. DAMN. COOL. \o/
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 12
Did you happen to use the go-openapi library by any chance? Curious about what these warts are!
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Nikhita Raghunath Jun 12
It's related to CRD validation. But mostly discussions up until now. See 's comment about more context: :)
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