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Fabio Sussetto
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 5
Replying to @tomdale
First of all, in the footer you'll be reading "© 2025" for most of them, while some will still have a hardcoded value, reminiscent of an ancient civilisation.
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Mark Curphey Dec 4
“Airholes” - people that wear their AirPods all day and try to have a conversation with you while still wearing them (often while having a phone conversation with someone else at the same time).
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 4
benchmarks can be misleading, but that's because the data is not presented in a clear way, as it happens with statistics all the time. Still, I wanna know if A renders a list of 1K items faster than B. That's valuable info for a lib that renders stuff in a browser.
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 4
Sure. but that says more about devs than the actual benchmarks. If I see that a framework takes 10x more than another to render a list of 10K items, that gives me some baseline. It's up to me then to decide if I need that perf or if I'm willing to trade off.
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 3
Replying to @__adewale @dan_abramov
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
Large picture is nice, but comes with its own cons: real use cases are broad and it gets more difficult to write objective comparisons, e.g. my use case is totally different than yours. If you have regressions, it's harder to understand why. A lot like unit vs integration tests
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Fabio Sussetto Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
While I see your point, I still think lib code benchmarks do have some value as a baseline comparison. E.g. if one lib is 50% faster than another at sorting arrays, that's valuable metric, even if then you can argue that in your app you never sort arrays like that
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Jay Phelps Oct 11
Manager: I want our web app to feel more like a native app You:
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JBD Sep 30
Programming is mostly about transforming from one data format to another. Let's stop pretending it is something else.
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Micah Hausler Sep 25
I am a Senior Engineer at AWS, and I lost half a day to EC2 Security Group rules
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Dan Saffer is the voice of Baby Yoda Sep 14
“It’s just a minor UI change.”
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Fabio Sussetto Aug 21
Replying to @AdamRackis
I laughed at this, but really you're comparing two worlds at opposite ends of the galaxy (stack) here. DX is pretty important but it's also a lot harder to achieve for low level languages.
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Fabio Sussetto Aug 20
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WellPaidGeek 🔥🤓🔥 Aug 17
Job specs be like: You need * JavaScript * React * Redux * Node * Mongo * E2E testing * Docker * Kubernetes * AWS And I’m like: “You need to be paying me 3 salaries because that’s 3 jobs”
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Horse JS Aug 16
I can often smell the framework
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Fabio Sussetto Aug 16
I think the problem here is that fingerprints and other biometrics are linked to names and other personal info.
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Django Jul 1
Django security releases issued: 2.2.3, 2.1.10 and 1.11.22
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Wendy Nather Jun 11
What UI wizardry is this??
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Diana Wilde Jun 5
Bloomberg Opinion: Are people really starving? No, in fact their bodies are made of meat
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Fabio Sussetto May 26
If login supports different providers/services, the backend can select which one based on your email/username and your password gets sent only to the relevant one.
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