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vjeux ✪
Frenchy Front-end Engineer at Facebook. Co-creator of React Native and Prettier. Creator of "CSS-in-JS", Yoga and React Conf.
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vjeux ✪ 25m
Merci à tous les gens qui ont aidé ces derniers jours, la traduction avance super bien !
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Felix Kling 17h
got a shout out from in the latest episode of (). Thank you ❤️
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Dan Abramov 19h
📝 Fix Like No One’s Watching
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Max 20h
✏️ (blogged) Prettier Code —
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Dan Abramov Jan 18
First prototype of the useEffect/useCallback/etc dependency rule with autofix. Feedback and ideas welcome!
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Facebook AI 22h
powers 's Smart Camera. Learn how we used computer vision for immersive video calling, how we ensured realtime reliability across production environments using limited processing power, & lessons learned from partnering with filmmakers.
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
The first thing I always do when I join a group is to remove all the notifications. I agree that the default setting is way too aggressive
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @necolas @floydophone
Maybe can make it happen :p
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
And I don’t say it negatively, I’m the first one entertained :)
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
People love drama. Whether it’s framework X vs Y or CSS vs JS, it’s the same recipe where people can take sides and argue to death on overly broad and shallow arguments that are inverifiable in practice. It’s very entertaining but not where you’re going to see real progress :)
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
So glad it helped! I’m still mind blown that those slides have almost a million impressions!
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
Now I’m waiting for the temperature to cool down (metaphor from my talk ) and have a winner emerge.
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
As to your original question, I was more interested in getting people to explore that space than pushing for a particular solution. I’m really glad that this happened and lots of great work came out of it.
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @nickhudkins
Truth is, my goal with this was to avoid having people freak out when we’d open source React Native a few months later. I expected drama for a few days and then die off... not blow up like it did!
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
I’m always surprised when I see video streaming as one of the leading sales pitch for Workplace. I don’t realize how spoiled I am to work at a place where having internal events streamed and recorded is the default.
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Ryan Florence Feb 13
Both true: 1. Most devs should just use a <button>, not <a>, <div>, <span>, etc. 2. React Native Web's div buttons are better buttons than <button> - Still keyboard and AT accessible - Better touch event handling - Populate e.relatedTarget unlike <button> - Easier to style
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Lea Verou Feb 13
13 years ago, when I was working as a graphic designer, I remember spending ages removing backgrounds from photos so I could use them in a composition. And now it's automatic! We're truly living in the future. 🤯
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Nicolas Feb 14
I enjoyed the Facebook interview process for UI engineers. Clear expectations, conversational interviews, graduated problems, and no computers. A good interview should leave people feeling positive whether or not an offer is extended
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Kevin Deisz Feb 14
Some fun things I learned along the way about Ruby while writing the plugin
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vjeux ✪ Feb 14
Replying to @damusnet
index.js needs more hooks!
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