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Alex LaFroscia
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 17
Replying to @__dfreeman
It’s been fine for me — plenty powerful for what I want to do and I really liked the design of the case. I started with that and found the recommended parts list. I’m not sure it will fit some of the new top-tier graphics cards but this does what I need it to just fine!
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 16
Replying to @__dfreeman
I built this a few months ago. Not the beefiest machine but I wanted something nice and small. I’m happy with it so far!
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Nicholas C. Zakas Oct 14
The mystery of XMLHttpRequest casing solved!
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 13
Replying to @melaniersumner
I need a guide on convincing designers that we should just use native elements rather than building custom ones 😅 this is seriously great information!
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 12
Replying to @betocantu93
Love it!! This looks amazing!
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Chris Herd Oct 5
Replying to @chris_herd
👻 Remote fear: most companies aren't scared about the quality of work that will be produced They are scared about intangible things they can't measure 'quality of communication' && 'collaboration in person' && 'water cooler chat' Many have realized these were excuses
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The Museum of English Rural Life Oct 7
lots of people are understandbly excited about the upcoming videogame Cyberpunk 2077. while you wait, why not check out our latest, equally worthy, though completely unrelated online exhibition: the history of wagons
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Justin Searls Oct 5
If you see something in the code that makes you mad, your options may seem like they are "fix it" vs "manage your anger better and find peace". This is wrong. Your actual options are "fix it" vs "forget about it and then rediscover it in a month and get angry all over again".
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 5
did you remove folks from your TestFlight builds? Last one I can see is no longer valid; can’t open the app at all
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 4
Replying to @stevenspohn
If it’s a Chinese food place in Pittsburgh, I’m all ears!
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 2
Replying to @ErgoDoxEZ
She *does* tend to take up a bit too much space, though…
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 2
The best part of having an is definitely the “cat gap”. Aspen always finds her spot!
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 2
Replying to @atomkirk
What’s making you feel that way?
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Alex LaFroscia Oct 2
We had an Apple Cinnamon one from them recently too that was just 🤤 So glad they stock them at
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Michael Hobbes Sep 28
Replying to @RottenInDenmark
They call it "harvesting" to make it sound sinister, but the typical case is a wife dropping off a ballot for her husband or a child helping out with their elderly parents. It's an offshoot of the voter fraud myth. Don't fall for this!
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Alex LaFroscia Sep 28
Replying to @slicknet
Elixir/Phoenix
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Alex LaFroscia Sep 28
This sounds gross, but if their mindset is anything like my Dad’s, this is 100% how it’s going to go
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Alex LaFroscia Sep 24
Replying to @gavinjoyce @emberjs
Eager to try this out! Would love to help out — we are an Ember+Tailwind shop too and this would be a huge value to us!
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Alex LaFroscia Sep 21
This looks nice, and is great for the React community. It does worry me to see it, though — it points toward anyone using other tools being second-class citizens and pushes even more eggs into the React basket
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Alex LaFroscia Sep 21
Replying to @rauschma @feedbin
Interesting — I use to go the other way! I’d rather put newsletters in my RSS reader and consume at my own pace
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