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Alex LaFroscia
Front-End Infrastructure at . Loves cooking, camping, cats and . he/him
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Alex LaFroscia 3h
Replying to @arcanis
👋 definitely! Also would love to see a walk-through of some of the new features. I tried patching a dependency yesterday and it didn’t work as expected
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Alex LaFroscia 22h
Replying to @brad_frost @stenciljs
Best development experience is probably . Very React-like, auto-generated docs from component definition
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Alex LaFroscia 22h
Replying to @alexlafroscia
PNP seems great and the experience is MUCH faster than Yarn V1. PNP-ify even seems like it’ll make Ember apps work! But a *bunch* of dependencies will need updates
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Alex LaFroscia 22h
Yarn V2 is coming and we’re all about to learn how many package don’t actually list their dependencies correctly
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Maël Jan 24
Introducing Yarn 2! 🧶🌟
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Dan McKinley Jan 24
"How to do code reviews" by an anonymous hero
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Kent C. Dodds 🧢 9 Jan 19
You 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘬 it's 𝒸𝓊𝓉ℯ to 𝘄𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗲 your tweets and usernames 𝖙𝖍𝖎𝖘 𝖜𝖆𝖞. But have you 𝙡𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙 to what it 𝘴𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘴 𝘭𝘪𝘬𝘦 with assistive technologies like 𝓥𝓸𝓲𝓬𝓮𝓞𝓿𝓮𝓻?
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DHH Jan 23
Pretty amazing that Apple still runs this campaign after Goldman Sachs has repeated stated that, no, this is not a card created by Apple. This is a GS card, with a discriminatory black-box algorithm, and they make all the decisions. All Apple provides is their brand and an app.
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Bernie Sanders Jan 22
That's funny. Jamie Dimon seemed fine with corporate socialism when his bank got a $416 billion bailout from American taxpayers.
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 22
Very very interested in platforms like this. Mastodon is interesting but complicated and still requires *someone* running a centralized server. I want to own my data and continue using my tools even if there are no servers running at all!
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 18
Replying to @amatchneer
This week I finally learned how to use a regex in a Vim find-and-replace. Wish I had taken the time earlier!
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 18
I was on Accutane a few years ago. The price without insurance? $1000/month. With the insurance/coupon? $1/month. The pharmacy literally called every month to make sure I knew how it expensive it was going to be; they couldn’t believe it either.
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Amy “Spoils the Fun” Hoy Jan 16
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 13
Yes — it’s literally just CSS classes (which is a good thing; I don’t want it to be any more complex than it already is)
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 11
Replying to @mattegreer
Thanks! That looks great and in the right price-point
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 11
Replying to @_jasonmit
Good to know! I’ve seen them recommended before but $1000 was a turn-off. I’m willing to invest but that seems steep
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 11
It’s time to replace my desk chair — who has one they really like?
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 10
Replying to @cwervo
Helpful aliases: git df -> git diff git dc -> git diff —cached
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 8
when Radiotopia talks about fundraising goals, does that count people that set up a recurring donation in the previous year? I’ve never been clear on whether existing backers get the rewards for the year and count toward the goal you have set
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Alex LaFroscia Jan 8
Replying to @paladinu @stenciljs
Oh, I see. That’s not really an option, I don’t think — you could check out the standalone Glimmer project, which did provide some support for that. However, I’m not sure that it supports ShadowDOM that way out-of-the-box, so I wouldn’t necessarily recommend using that.
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