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💰 6x'd income 😷 6 yrs of cancer treatment w/Ruby 💀 3 yrs without dad 👨‍🏫 ??? thousand developers leveled up thru my talks, podcasts, and courses 👰 13 years married 🧢 10 years a dad 🤗 discovered empathy — for self and others 🤔 found faith that helps me be kinder
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sMyle Nov 12
We just unflagged ESM in Amazing work everyone!
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Jeff Barr ☁️ Nov 11
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Software Daily Nov 11
Created new roles for listeners. Looking for people who listen regularly and want to give feedback. Join the collab if you are a listener! via
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Dmitriy Slaym Nov 10
Don't Sync State. Derive It! via
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Giuseppe Nov 9
Really enjoyed this recent episode with on “the road to Concurrent React”. Cooperative concurrency is one of the great things to look forward to in the web UI frameworks field.
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Uber Engineering Nov 9
To maintain our growth and architecture, Uber’s Observability team built a robust, scalable metrics and alerting pipeline responsible for detecting, mitigating, and notifying engineers of issues with their services as soon as they occur.
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Benjamin Bangsund Nov 8
Replying to @TejasKumar_
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Joe Savona Nov 7
Thanks , this was super fun to record with you!
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Brian Vaughn Nov 7
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
• Each priority is shown in a separate lane • (State) updates are purple diamonds • Suspends are green circles • Cascades are red since they de-opt • Yielded work (b'c of either suspense or time slicing) are striped • Hovering over anything shows add'l info in popover
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Brian Vaughn Nov 7
⚛️🛠 Early POC for new Profiler view that visualizes React time slicing, work priorities, and suspense. Lots of caveats: dummy data, unpolished UX, many open questions still. Sharing because I like working in the open on this sort of thing, and feedback can be valuable.
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React Podcast Nov 7
🐣 New 🔊 Joe Savona on Data Fetching with Suspense and Relay 💬 Avoid waterfalls, render-as-you-fetch, hydrate, target perceived performance, and start with fetch() until you need more 🎙 and 🏷
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Benjamin Bangsund Nov 7
The wait is over. ;-)
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Software Daily Nov 7
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React Podcast Nov 6
our episode is going live tomorrow! any last minute links you'd like in include? DM me
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Amazon Web Services Nov 6
There's no season like re:Invent season! Next week, we'll be teaching you to conquer re:Invent like the pros LIVE on Twitch with "How to re:Invent":
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React Nov 6
At React Conf 2019 we announced an experimental release of React that supports Concurrent Mode and Suspense. Check out our new React blog post for more about the best practices we've identified for using these features:
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Dan Abramov Nov 6
Building a data fetching library for React? Actually, scratch "React" — building a data fetching library? Read this.
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Joe Savona Nov 6
At React Conf 2019 we announced an experimental release of React that supports Concurrent Mode and Suspense. Check out our new React blog post for more about the best practices we've identified for using these features:
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Benjamin Bangsund Nov 6
stepping up their documentation game 😍
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