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toddynho
Programmer and educator. Mostly Javascript and React these days.
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toddynho Sep 5
Replying to @rwt737 @lizzadwoskin
America? She's American. What do you have against the USA?
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Gatsby Jun 1
💜We stand by our community and right now, many are hurting. June 1-8, we'll match community and team members’ donations up to $25,000 USD to: ◾ Details:
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toddynho May 31
To answer!
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toddynho May 31
Replying to @unclebobmartin
No we don't die, that's scaremongering. Only a very tiny fraction of our economy has to do with the essentials needed for survival. That's why NON-ESSENTIAL workers have stayed home for so long and we have been just fine.
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toddynho May 31
Social media companies have the freedom to censor you just like you have the freedom to decide whether or not I can put my anouncement in your restaurant. That's exactly what freedom of speech looks like: the freedom to censor speech you disagree with on your private property.
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toddynho May 9
Replying to @dvassallo @pjausovec
You still spent the time it took to build that following and you do not get that time back. Just because it is reusable does not mean you didn't spend the time. Others who want to follow in your footsteps must also spend that time. Which means they have to not do something else.
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toddynho Mar 30
I'm trying to use a Pytorch based GAN to generate B&W output with no grayscale. Maybe someone can help?
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toddynho Mar 27
Replying to @WellPaidGeek
Carpenters have the same limits. So what? Just keep improving and coach others. There is always so much to learn even if you are a senior or lead.
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Priorities USA Mar 23
Trump refused to take the threat of the coronavirus seriously, now he won’t take responsibility as his administration has been totally unprepared for this crisis.
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Florida Chris Mar 21
"trump failed." -'s awesome new ad
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toddynho Mar 18
Replying to @ossia @florinpop1705
That's amazingly fast. I have decades of experience and it took me WAY longer. Although I was focusing on filling any knowledge gaps, not speed. Congrats to !
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toddynho Mar 14
Replying to @timwhitlock
You must be worried, but congrats!
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toddynho Feb 24
Replying to @paulg
Plenty of the software made in the US is outright banned in China. That's far heavier than regulation. And now some Chinese hardware is banned in the US.
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toddynho Feb 23
Replying to @michelgotta @tlakomy
Complex topic + absolute beginners + explain in a Tweet = make some compromises. A lot depends on the audience. If it's folks who want to learn about code, what works for me is to just say what it does, and then get into the details. For non-tech folks, the analogies are better.
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toddynho Feb 23
Plain JavaScript and Babel for browser compatibility. React (or pick your fav framework) for modifying the DOM and building reusable components. React is over 5 years old now and still very strong.
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toddynho Feb 23
Looks good. Happy coding!
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Dillion Megida #EndSARS Feb 23
Sometimes,I make things easier by doing this at the top of my Javascript code const { log: a } = console; This way i can easily do, a(var); 🙂
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toddynho Feb 23
Replying to @michelgotta @tlakomy
I've taught promises to absolute beginners and they all get what I wrote with no problems. Is there something specific I wrote that you think a beginner would have trouble with?
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toddynho Feb 22
Replying to @tlakomy
Promises allow you to execute code when something else finishes running in the background. One nuance I don't see so far in answers: that thing running in the background might already be finished and your code will still be executed, in this case immediately.
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