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Benjamin Bangsund
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Dan Abramov 3h
If you use react-hot-loader, now is a good time to remove it and try Fast Refresh (and its webpack plugin by ). RHL is extremely brittle, relies on many hacks, and has caused countless issues. It served its purpose and its time is due.
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Benjamin Bangsund Jul 29
Replying to @jgcmarins @github
🐕🍲
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Elon Musk Jul 27
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Benjamin Bangsund Jul 24
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Regular stretching :)
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React Native Jul 23
It's that time again! We're collecting feedback about how you use React Native's documentation. Let us know how we're doing!
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Elon Musk Jul 21
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Elon Musk Jul 20
Launch in 20 mins
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Lambros Petrou Jul 11
with will definitely be my new goto for side projects :) The latency added to each call is definitely not prohibitive! (100 inserts and a select * from ~10K items) AWS Lambda: ~140ms Local: ~30-40ms Code:
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Amazon Web Services Jul 10
Join us 🔴 live for the newest episode of AWS What's Next, starting soon at . Hosts & will cover the latest AWS news & take a deep dive into demos of new 🚀 launches for Amazon CodeGuru & AWS App2Container!
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Onivim 2 Jul 9
Onivim has a unique model - an 18-month 'time delay' license - after 18 months of hitting master, commits are re-licensed under MIT. Excited that our first round of MIT commits have been released - tracking them here: We've come a long way in 18 months!
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Benjamin Bangsund Jul 8
Replying to @TejasKumar_
The real fun starts when two providers are codependent. 🤪
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Lambros Petrou Jul 5
Boom! running on AWS Lambda, and quite fast actually with hot invocations at 3ms :) I used as a starting point but I plan on modifying some things I don't like. Off to a great start!
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Reason Jul 1
BuckleScript 8.1 comes with a new syntax option! Please read about it here:
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Andy Jassy Jun 29
GA of Amazon CodeGuru, a tool powered by where customers get intelligent recommendations for improving code quality & identifying an app’s most expensive lines of code 
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Isaac Jordan Jun 29
Woo! Months of hard work is paid off and now Amazon CodeGuru Profiler is GA! Thanks to all my colleagues for their hard work along the way! 🎉
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Hakim Hanif Jun 29
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Amazon Web Services Jun 29
Find your most expensive lines of code & improve code quality with Amazon CodeGuru - now generally available.
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Benjamin Bangsund Jun 25
Replying to @sseraphini
for i in {1..1000}; do cp "README$i.md" ; done
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Sophie Alpert Jun 24
Replying to @dan_abramov
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Benjamin Bangsund Jun 22
Why not Zoidberg?
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