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Jay Phelps
WebAssembly, Reactive Dataflow Programming, RxJS core team alum, PL/compiler enthusiast, , prev
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Jay Phelps Feb 22
Replying to @CNN
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Jay Phelps Feb 22
Replying to @iamb
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Jay Phelps Feb 22
Replying to @SamSamskies
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Jay Phelps Feb 22
Replying to @empijei @khanreaper
Indeed it's real syntax, but my wording in the tweet was a joke.
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Jay Phelps Feb 21
Previous Batman: IM NOT WEARING HOCKEY PADS New Batman:
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Jay Phelps Feb 21
Replying to @_jayphelps
Dad joke inspired by this tweet
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Jay Phelps Feb 21
Replying to @_jayphelps
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Jay Phelps Feb 21
What is the favorite movie of Swift programmers? Good Nil Hunting
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Jay Phelps Feb 21
Replying to @nmuntaaza @getify
Already in Chrome and Firefox!
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Brandon Dail Feb 20
Avoid using React.memo on components that use props.children! Those children will almost certainly change every render, so React.memo will never prevent the component from re-rendering, making it unnecessary overhead ✨ Demo: 👨‍💻
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @kpk @alunny
It’s a badge of honor. Tradition we pass down for generations.
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @oliverjessner
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @mjackson
One of my early roles doing PHP my boss wasn’t technical and legit always referred to it as PCP and we never corrected them.
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @Duiker101
Yep, JS TOO! They’re both already in Chrome! 🥳🥳
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @_jayphelps
This is only a joke. I expect people will get used to the syntax and in practice it won’t be an issue. I actually love all three features. 🤩
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @_jayphelps
?? ? ?
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Combine the new JavaScript features “nullish coalescing” with “optional chaining” and a ternary to make your code extra modern and abstract. Your PRs will be unstoppable come review time.
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Jay Phelps Feb 20
Replying to @jayphelpsmusic
I write software
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