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Darrel Miller
HTTP obsessed. Hypermedia enthusiast. Microsoft employed. PM for Microsoft Graph developer tooling. OpenAPI spec contributor. Cloud Native Employee
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Darrel Miller May 29
Replying to @fearthecowboy
You know that's a bit like calling out you have inbox zero. I'm soooo tempted.....
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Darrel Miller May 29
Replying to @buhakmeh @dotnet
No
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Darrel Miller May 28
I was so hoping this would work
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Darrel Miller May 28
Replying to @timheuer
Many of the people who use those tools are not the people who built the API. They are learning how to consume an API.
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Darrel Miller May 28
Replying to @libel_vox
Whoa. That's harsh ;-)
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Darrel Miller May 27
So next time you are wondering why MSFT people are quiet about these issues, now you know why :-)
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Darrel Miller May 27
Replying to @hhariri @codeopinion
I'm going to pull out the old "Don't assume malice...."
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Darrel Miller May 27
Replying to @clairernovotny
Yeah I could. But I have a certain objection to paying for one service to allow me to circumvent the rules of another service. I'd rather they just fix the issue. And of course complaining on Twitter is fun. :-)
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Darrel Miller May 27
Replying to @clairernovotny @hbomax
I'm sorry, but you are getting no sympathy from me... :-P
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Darrel Miller May 27
That is just a little bit of the pot calling the kettle black! And my experience has been that most of the people who are exploring GraphQL don't yet understand the limitations.
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Darrel Miller May 27
Replying to @codeopinion
And I want to be clear, deadlines are a poor excuse. This type of interaction needs to be handled much better. As the PM owner of multiple products that overlap with community efforts, I am trying to do better, but I acknowledge that it is not easy.
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Darrel Miller May 27
Replying to @codeopinion
As Keivan writes himself, the really bad part of this process was the poor communication. I must admit when I saw the part about the acqui-hire it struck fear in me. Doing non-standard hiring at MSFT is hard. My guess is there were good intentions and then deadlines showed up...
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Brian T. Jackett May 26
Blog Post: A New Role with Microsoft Graph Team
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API Evangelist May 26
Do you produce an API definition (ie. OpenAPI, RAML, Swagger, Postman Collection) before writing code for an API?
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Darrel Miller May 26
It is awesome to see more organizations supporting OpenAPI
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Darrel Miller May 26
Your contact us page is broken in the "/sams" site
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Darrel Miller May 25
I've heard rumours that it is excellent. I'm looking forward to it.
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Darrel Miller May 25
Replying to @yp_code @andrewconnell
I'm sure there are libraries that leverage web sockets to do lots of clever things, but the only application semantics in WebSockets is to say if the payload is binary or text.
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Darrel Miller May 25
Replying to @andrewconnell @yp_code
Websockets is a blank slate that allows you to send "some" message from point a to point b. Fluid provides a usable client side data structure that automagically syncs with n collaborators. Once you accept that collaborators are not necessarily humans, the possibilities grow.
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Darrel Miller May 25
Replying to @yp_code @andrewconnell
And as someone who believes that 99% of the world's problems can be solved with HTTP, admitting that you can do something useful with Web Sockets has been a hard pill for me to swallow :-) But I am cautiously optimistic.
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