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Adam Hasler
I help build and run . Inventor of the waffle cone, the bell jar, and iced tea. One of those losers who studied liberal arts.
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Adam Hasler 29m
The thing I continue to find bizarre is Trump’s use of capitalization as if he was writing an 18th century political pamphlet.
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Adam Hasler Apr 15
I'd like to get a job in the Boston area. Who should I talk to?
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Adam Hasler Apr 10
If tutorials and stack overflow is to be believed there are 11,245,149 blog applications in existence.
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Adam Hasler Apr 6
Considero en volver a Baires. Que piensan?
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Xeni Apr 5
Replying to @xeni
Hey did y’all know 1 in 4 cowboys was black.
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Adam Hasler Apr 5
Replying to @amhasler
Not unlike her adopted daddy
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Adam Hasler Apr 5
This 13 year old rescue Queen Leila is moody and whiny and the best goddamn cuddler when the stars align
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Adam Hasler Apr 4
Replying to @amhasler
He has sort of an "Arrested Development" dark humor in his narration. Oh yeah, that all take place in the early to mid 17th century so there's that historical fiction aspect to it, as he tries to figure out why and how so many millions died during that period. Good fun.
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Adam Hasler Apr 4
I started writing short stories about an angel called Tomas who can navigate a multiverse composed of infinite realities made possible by chaos and free will. Not every event is a "flap of a butterfly's wings", but some of the most surprising and mundane events are consequential.
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Alex Hofford Apr 2
Banyan tree roots in Hong Kong. Love how nature adapts to a hostile urban environment.
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Adam Hasler Apr 3
One has to wonder, how much is to blame for distributing such a wildly and offensively homophobic shit heap of a movie as “Waiting”, which should rightfully be forgotten in the dust bin of not even b movie status of a different time when that trash was accepted?
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Adam Hasler Apr 3
Replying to @babadookspinoza
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Adam Hasler Apr 3
Replying to @ohayon
Pretty terrific framework that uses elixir language (based on erlang) built by one of the superstars of the rails community (Jose Valim) to replace rails. Been using it since 2017 instead of rails, but not nearly to its capabilities. I just think it's fun.
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Adam Hasler Apr 2
Replying to @JoeWills
In the end it's all about being as lazy as possible, doing the least amount of work for the greatest amount of learning. And I can just treat whatever I build as just another prototype (I'm not committed to keeping any of it in production). But only if I work fast and smart.
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Adam Hasler Apr 2
Replying to @JoeWills
It's a big choice! There's a high likelihood that I end up going down a rabbit hole of server side code, despite being pretty good at working on that end. Alternatively you can continue producing prototypes at high levels of fidelity and continue testing with users.
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Adam Hasler Apr 2
It was a real toss up, but rather than build out the front end with a mock api, I’m doing a real api in Phoenix and graphql first with front end to follow (high res designs in framer already testing). Just doesn’t sit right if with me proceeding without a great data structure.
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Adam Hasler Mar 28
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Adam Hasler Mar 28
we can totally do this
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Adam Hasler Mar 27
Completely nerded out to my wife as I explained to her precisely why A Bridge Too Far is my favorite WW2 movie, and that it has to do entirely with the portrayal of logistical obstacles and organizational dysfunction.
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Adam Hasler Mar 27
I take serious issue with your classification of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" under "Critics' Darlings". No one, no one is buying that.
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