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Dan Abramov
Too real. Me, looking at unfamiliar code: “this will take time to get my head around.” Sophie: “here’s five bugs and why they happened.”
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Joseph Kohlmann Nov 2
Y'all are great 🙌🏼🌠✨
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Alex Galays Nov 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
The react team has mad sinergy it seems.
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Cheng Lou Nov 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
Maybe my memory’s fuzzy but when Sophie was still at Khan Academy, she might have once sent me a patch to apply in the Facebook codebase. It worked and solved the thing I was trying to debug lol
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𝕂 🎥 Nov 2
Replying to @_chenglou @dan_abramov
World class.
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Dimitris Vardoulakis Nov 2
This is such a great skill. I wish I was better at it. Sophie, can you recommend any specific resources that helped you become good at this, or is it just something that generally improves with time/practice? Thanks!
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Nicole Sullivan Nov 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
All this love, so heartwarming!
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Sophie Alpert Nov 2
Replying to @dimvar @dan_abramov
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Sophie Alpert Nov 2
Replying to @_chenglou @dan_abramov
gotta love debugging minified code
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Ivan Babak Nov 3
My techniques: imagine the program as a graph of function calls and explore it from where you start to uncover more nodes, feel free & don't be afraid (!) to jump across levels of abstactions, trace data flows and types, notice data flow pivot points. Easy to show, hard to tell.
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Ivan Babak Nov 3
When you reverse engineer (that's what debugging minified code actually is, the term might have a stigma of being an evil hacker), everything from software to OS to hardware becomes your code. Some code is compiled/minified/obfuscated, but it's still there and works the same way.
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🎅 Tomasz "djQuery" Łakomy 🎅 Nov 3
It's easier because there's less of it, hence it's easy to debug
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unsafe { &**rreverser } Nov 3
Sounds a lot like 's story about receiving patches to minified code of to-be before it was open-source.
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🇧​🇴​🇳​🇫​🇦​🇨​🇪​ Nov 3
Replying to @dan_abramov
You have a great team! The cohesiveness and energy is super dope! You motivate me a lot to keep learning and try harder!
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