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Dan Farrelly
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Lauren Chilcote May 23
Day 5 at , and there are *so* many things I'm excited about, but something I feel compelled to celebrate publicly is the number of women in tech (and tech leadership!) roles. So awesome 👏🏼 👏🏼 👏🏼
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Eric Khun May 19
This tweet/post is sent with 3.6. Successfully upgraded publish from 3.4 to 3.6 without any downtime today!
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Ivana Zuber 🦋 May 19
After 2 years and a lot of work and passion that went into this project - it's time to get some help, or move on🥺. We've posted Tiimis () on 👉 anyone interested in joining or buying this project - get in touch 😊. (🙏 RT)
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Dan Farrelly May 16
The culmination of ideas and work dating back 2 years is starting to hit at . With today's new navigation rollout, it's feeling more and more visible to the outside world. Quite excited for some big upcoming changes from our Marketing & Analyze teams!! Stay tuned 🙌
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Dan Farrelly May 13
Replying to @redman
I always thought it was a relic of when people used to wear those headsets in a single ear hahaha
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Jules May 12
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Dan Farrelly May 12
Replying to @yannalfo @ringer
Explain
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Dan Farrelly May 10
Anyone else immediately think of The Running Man when talking about ?
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Tigran Hakobyan May 9
I can see many remote devs asking about career development and how it's a lot harder to get promotions when you work remotely. I have been promoted twice in the past three years, and my main advice is to try to communicate a lot. Share your work, write emails and do 1:1s.
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Dan Farrelly May 8
yes to installing apps in directly from a .deb file in the ChromeOS file manager
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Dan Farrelly Apr 30
It could have been timing to a degree. We had some bigger projects on our roadmap that took multiple 6 week cycles so it was more of a period of time where there wasn't room for pitches coming in from across the company
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Dan Farrelly Apr 30
We shifted from 6 week cycles earlier this year. Most product teams are running 2 week cycles/sprints now. We attempted the entire pitches approach at the beginning where anyone in the co. could write on, but it never really worked well.
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Dan Farrelly Apr 27
In light of the hack, if you need a script to rotate all of your pull secrets secrets on this may help get you started:
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Dan Farrelly Apr 26
More airlines should build PWAs. It's pretty absurd to download a 40mb app to just get a better boarding pass experience on Android then delete the app after your trip is over.
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Carolyn Kopprasch Apr 16
A thread: some reflections after , our annual gathering of remote workers from across the globe. In no particular order.
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Dan Farrelly Apr 15
Replying to @hailleymari
I have a lot there, even not-story triggered convos. It's great for fully featured messaging between my friends that are in iOS while I'm in Android too
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Dan Farrelly Apr 5
🤳 ..... is this really the "selfie" emoji or is this the "getting my TFA code" emoji? 🤔
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Dan Farrelly Mar 27
Twitter's PWA in, Twitter for Android out. Really solid example of a very useful mobile PWA. With a couple more gestures and transitions it would feel completely native.
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Replying to @djfarrelly
With how reliable this 1.3 cluster was, I take this as additional confirmation that investing in k8s in 2016 was the right call for our product.
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Replying to @djfarrelly
Since this 1.3 cluster was a beast and just kept running without any issues, we weren't in a hurry to decommission it. On one hand, sure, we could have moved faster to shut it down, but on the other hand, we were always stoked to see how reliable this 1.3 cluster was for years.
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