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Andrew
I build apps and websites that help people lead better lives. I'm currently building with
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Andrew Mar 19
Honked like a goose? *hooooonk* 🦖 I DONT BUY IT
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Andrew Mar 18
Replying to @mxjrdn
MOAR RAM MOAR CODE
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Andrew Mar 17
Replying to @farnamstreet
All bosses remain in power as long as they’re making people money
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Andrew Mar 13
So ready for my new MacBook Pro Xcode build times on my 2013 MBP are... so... slooooooooooooooowwwwwwww 🐌
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Max Jordan Mar 12
This is pretty much a perfect depiction of the web in 2019.
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Andrew Mar 10
This post went pretty well with /r/programming and /r/javascript I'll should write more code explorations! My more opinionated posts seem to stir too much controversy in reddit comments. There's more value in sharing ideas than sharing opinions.
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Andrew Mar 10
🚨 New post: Enums in JavaScript 🤓 doesn't have enumeration types like and . Explore different ways to simulate enums using JavaScript.
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John Otander Mar 8
I've started calling landing pages with no substance and all the shine "landos". Can we make this a thing? Is it already?
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Andrew Mar 9
Replying to @rubenator
Yeah 😂 the notch here is silly Integrated AirPower is dope. Even if Apple wanted to do it they’d still never release it 🙃
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Jonathan Neal Mar 7
CSS Nesting is now Stage 1 🎉
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Andrew Mar 3
New post: Defining Quality In my experience, great software always has these qualities: ⚙️ Functionality 🕰 Reliability 🔒 Security 🤩 Usability
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Andrew Mar 2
Replying to @daveglassco
Primarily because the user’s expectation of the platform is fundamentally different for iOS and macOS. This is technically feasible and has been done with mixed results before. Cross platform may be great for devs but doesn’t lead to better user experiences.
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Andrew Mar 2
Replying to @daveglassco
From what I’ve seen with the current set of apps (Stocks, Voice Memos, etc) this doesn’t seem to be the case. Many of the existing frameworks can already work across platforms. My understanding is Marzipan expands this to UI code. I’m skeptical it’ll lead to good apps.
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Andrew Mar 2
Replying to @awscloud @googlecloud
The most obvious and frustrating draw back are cold starts. I hear has really minized this with Lambdas but has room to improve here.
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Andrew Mar 2
Replying to @a_Nater
Firebase has been critical to acheiving this. Cloud functions are amazing. People hate on serverless but it’s awesome to work with. Spinning up a new service is so simple.
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Andrew Mar 2
We’ve really nailed our web services for Wellness I can go from an error log to a fix in production in 10 minutes. Sometimes less All with a commit to master 🙌🏽
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Andrew Feb 24
🚨 New post: The Cross Platform Myth Cross platform software frameworks cause more problems than they solve. They enable developers to build mediocre software not meant for any platform in particular.
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Andrew Feb 17
New post: Is It Time to Refactor? 😌 Is this refactor going to make life easier? 🧠 How much effort will the refactor require? ❗️ Will the refactor affect critical functionality?
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James Clear Feb 13
Don’t put in average effort and claim that you want exceptional results.
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Andrew Feb 13
Replying to @johnsundell
What Swift lib are you generating with?
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