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Pete Thorne
Tech Lead in web dev. Husband, dad, drum hitter and camera clicker. Jesus follower. Views my own.
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Pete Thorne 7h
Well that’s cleared everything up.
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Pete Thorne 15h
Replying to @Adamalsotweets
Erm, right!
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Pete Thorne 16h
Replying to @ryanflorence
What a difference a kid makes...
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Pete Thorne 17h
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Pete Thorne Dec 3
Replying to @glenscrivener @TGC
🤦🏻‍♂️
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Pete Thorne Dec 3
Replying to @glenscrivener @TGC
Next you’ll be telling me they don’t have mince pies!??
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Pete Thorne Dec 3
What’s not pretty about this? It’s gorgeous!
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Pete Thorne Nov 30
“faith (the opposite of evidence-based reasoning)” Um...
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Pete Thorne Nov 30
Surprisingly good article - especially the ending
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Pete Thorne Nov 30
Very similar structure but components is sub divided into feature folders as is the redux (which I call ‘entities’)
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Pete Thorne Nov 29
Come on Natwest, get a grip on your comms
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Pete Thorne Nov 29
Yep, on the last banking day of the month too.. great
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Pete Thorne Nov 29
then update your status page please!
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Pete Thorne Nov 26
Replying to @PrestonSprinkle
Ha, thought I was going to pick a fight with you and then I read the article. Ok, well played sir
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Pete Thorne Nov 26
This is what I do. Sometimes it’s really helpful to know that something is coming from props, especially if you have lots of hooks in play
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Pete Thorne Nov 24
Really interested to see Typescript stats this year
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Pete Thorne Nov 24
Replying to @antony @vyrotek and 2 others
I’d say the same about a lot of unit tests. The worst offenders are tests that test third party libraries... Having said that, I want to get better at both typing and testing. Both have their place.
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Pete Thorne Nov 24
Replying to @antony @vyrotek and 2 others
I expected that reply but sad to see it as it does nothing to further understanding. Tests are just layers of protection around code. Types are the base layer: unit tests, integration tests and end-to-end tests all have their place.
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Pete Thorne Nov 24
Replying to @antony @vyrotek and 2 others
Good types are a test suite
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Pete Thorne Nov 22
Agreed on some of your aims there. “Justice for the weakest” would be one if my taglines if I were politically involved
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