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Andrew Dushane
Husband, and father of three. Software engineer at , co-organizer of .
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Andrew Dushane 10h
Replying to @philosohacker
What’s this from?
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Andrew Dushane Apr 18
Replying to @acemarke
Wait, everyone you see when you go out doesn’t have a Galaxy (S... something??), and smile knowingly at you while offering to charge yours with theirs?
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Andrew Clark Apr 17
JavaScript/frontend thinklords who work primarily on infra or OSS or teaching should be required to tweet this every 3 days, like it’s the fast talking part of a drug commercial. I’m kidding but no I absolutely am not kidding.
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Andrew Dushane Apr 15
Replying to @wesbos
I'd like all my memes in this format from now on, thanks
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Andrew Dushane Apr 15
Just quote retweeting so I can pin this
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Andrew Dushane Apr 13
Replying to @ryanflorence
Yeah it's a light wrapper on useMemo. Caching a function with useMemo gives a slightly more confusing syntax than other types, would be weird if you're not used to currying and whatnot.
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Andrew Dushane Apr 12
Replying to @acdlite
LGTM
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Andrew Dushane Apr 12
Replying to @tannerlinsley @Netlify
Oooohhhh
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
Replying to @ken_wheeler
But only for the first 2/3 of the story
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
Is it a big app? CRA build usually doesn’t take long. I do miss the usual waterfall of colorful webpack output though.
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
This is quite the Stream of consciousness
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
Replying to @Qool_Runnings
With my youngest at the beach
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
Brilliant! 🙇🏻‍♂️ That’ll work
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Andrew Dushane Apr 11
I was afraid this was the answer. I was hoping to provide the refs in a prop-getter - looks like I’ll need to change that. Thank you!
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Andrew Dushane Apr 10
done something like this?
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Andrew Dushane Apr 10
Hooks wizards - if I need to get refs on children of an unknown length, how do I do this without calling useRef in a loop?
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Andrew Dushane Apr 10
Just doing some "research"
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Andrew Dushane Apr 9
Replying to @alicegoldfuss
Data scientists somehow made both lists 🤔
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Andrew Dushane Apr 9
Replying to @thekitze @ryanflorence
If Siri were this witty, I’d be out of a job
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Andrew Dushane Apr 9
Replying to @chantastic
A lot of dots
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