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David Baker
Web consultant / entrepreneur, Ember.js Learning Core, product craftsman, devoted husband, follower of Jesus
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David Baker Feb 14
Replying to @stevekinney
I’m finding “Dad, I made breakfast, come eat” to be equally awesome 🙂
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David Baker Jan 30
Replying to @dhh
Afraid not. This is quiet info not being posted publicly
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David Baker Jan 30
Replying to @dhh
I’ve heard of a Facebook employees quitting over things going on. Maybe just not so loudly?
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David Baker Jan 30
“Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me ...”
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David Baker Jan 28
Whoa, big news! Congrats!
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David Baker Jan 25
Replying to @knownasilya @pzuraq
While that sounds great to me, it *was* only written yesterday ... 😉
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David Baker Jan 25
Agreed! We’re slowly working to articulate it for as well, but it’s hard work 🙂
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David Baker Jan 23
Replying to @eaf4 @samselikoff
Did you ever used to need to eat in the morning? I’d lean toward genetics personally, as folks in my family have a tendency toward being famished with headaches by about 9a ...
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David Baker Jan 23
saw your write up on using the store without Ember Data (nice work btw). You might find interesting, as it lays out some of the problems Ember Data has hit by using that interface ... :-) Keep writing, we need more blog posts!
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jan 22
Ember lands new features on a six-week cycle and is careful about compatibility. Good compatibility means that guides, tools and the wider ecosystem don't want to rock the boat just because new features are released.
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GitHub Jan 7
New year, new upgrades. Introducing unlimited free private repositories, and a new unified Enterprise product.
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David Baker Jan 2
Replying to @ericfarkas
That’d be the part that scares me ...
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David Baker Dec 31
Replying to @ericfarkas
Running Linux? Or is it still running Windows XP? <gulp>
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David Baker Dec 29
Replying to @tomdale @chriskrycho
😂 noted. That’ll be relevant in about 9 years on this end ...
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David Baker Dec 29
Replying to @chriskrycho @tomdale
As an owner of a Sienna, I think this is a story I *do* want to hear 😉
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David Baker Dec 20
I’m in the same boat. Maybe do it Sunday afternoon/evening?
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Laurie Voss Dec 11
Ember users! You came out in force for last year's npm survey and we've been tracking a resurgence in Ember usage in 2018, so we'd love to hear more from you in npm 2018 ecosystem survey:
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Chris Krycho Dec 14
For the record, David can troll me as hard as he wants here and I’ll *still* say that his might be the single most valuable workshop to go to for companies thinking about how to adopt Ember!
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David Baker Dec 14
But Chris, that means you *aren’t* coming to *my* workshop?! 😢 Somehow the “not elegance” of it seems like it might drive you batty 😉
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David Baker Dec 14
Looking forward to our workshop on how to switch into Ember in stages, hope to see you there!
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