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Andrea Giammarchi
Web, Mobile, IoT: all JS things since 00's. Formerly JS engineer at , , and - currently - opinions are my own β„’
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Andrea Giammarchi 2h
while many have been sharing salaries, including myself, I can't recommend enough the movie "Sorry We Missed You", as reminder that many of us, in the tech field, live in a happy, privileged, bubble, self-taught or not.
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Andrea Giammarchi 5h
I've been asking/waiting for this forever and my first test would be posting json data with content-encoding gzip, as well as using text encoder for the infamous local storage πŸ˜… I can see many other usage all over the Web ... what a great news πŸŽ‰
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Andrea Giammarchi 6h
Replying to @davide_b88
At least the rent is low, which is important. My wife's from Milan, when checking rents, 700pm for 80sqm was super hard to find so well done on that πŸ‘
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Andrea Giammarchi 10h
Replying to @WebReflection
The main strength of this library is its scheduling based on timeout, always as precise as it gets when executing on users time is crucial, without needing heavy CPU rAF for something that never needs computation that frequently, and it also works in every existing browser
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Bodil Stokke, Esq. Feb 15
Jfc, can you please STOP SHAMING WORKERS WHO SHARE THEIR SALARIES? Salary transparency is GOOD for us and BAD for those who control the means of production.
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Andrea Giammarchi 13h
Replying to @kentaromiura
I've omitted my Italian salaries on purpose, as the first one in UK was already blowing away my best Italian times πŸ˜… Curious to know if things changed in the meanwhile
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WHATWG
meanwhile, something like `uhtml` could bring you already pretty far: a hybrid approach, I just came up with, that fits in ~0.5K no magic-mapping whatsoever, so no vdom, interpolated magic things, but named element are returned per each (unique) render
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WHATWG
I mean ... look at this and tell me you wouldn't use Custom Elements today if those primitives where natively available
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
I really wish would come up with a native lighterhtml like solution, as the Web industry never liked document.createElement dance and it keep using frameworks to mostly simplify that bit over everything else. wicked/hookedElements *could* really be the only ~2K overhead
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @a0viedo
absolutely, and I was rather referring that if I would earn in Berlin as much as I earned in SF I would feel over-payed for the city I live in, so that I would never compare figures per se, the context matters quite a lot. hope I've better explained that "ain't nothing" :-)
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @caludio
I'm mostly traveling so I'm not always around, but it's been a couple of years, more or less πŸ˜‰
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WebReflection
and happy to learn London salaries are still aligned with my last experience in there πŸ‘ curious to see how Brexit might impact this in the near future.
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WebReflection
also happy to learn Berliners work for Netherlands too 🍻
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WebReflection
By "good" I mean you have a more than a decent life starting at 40K, in Berlin, but AFAIK Senior Devs are between 60K and 80K. Super curious to know some Italian figure to compare πŸ€”
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
My first salary in London (2008) was 32K GBP, my last one in London was 100K GBP + bonus. In SF I was around 140K USD with top at 154K + equity and bonuses. In Berlin you're good around 70K and lucky over 80K I happily live in Berlin these days, and money ain't everything πŸ‘‹
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
Replying to @WebReflection
Live demo here: no matter when you land there, when the minute changes, the background flashes
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 15
pretty simple but handy module when you want to relate intervals or timeouts to the clock, instead of just ms
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 14
Replying to @electric_g
'sup, julia?
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 14
Replying to @rauschma
if you'd like to test this: const Clock = require('clock-scheduler'); const timer = Clock.setInterval(callback, 'second'); // Clock.clearInterval(timer) it's pinned to the *next* second/minute/hour/day/month/year, calculating ms between now and next second/minute each time πŸ‘‹
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Andrea Giammarchi Feb 14
Replying to @rauschma
actually I've just done that 🍻
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