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Pete Hunt
Health @ Twitter. Ex: Co-founder & CEO , eng at FB and Instagram. Worked on React.js.
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Pete Hunt 5h
Replying to @spikebrehm @necolas
Now I’m gonna go thru your history and retweet all the embarrassing stuff.
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Pete Hunt 5h
So?
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Pete Hunt 11h
Replying to @floydophone
msgpack-rpc seems to be pretty good too!
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Pete Hunt 11h
It's a weird level of popularity where there are libraries in every language but no one advocates for it.
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Pete Hunt 24h
Replying to @nicksdjohnson
it just kind of works, is super simple, and has lots of library support
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Pete Hunt Oct 15
Why isn’t json-rpc more popular?
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Pete Hunt Oct 15
it would be cool if FB engineering posted these publicly!
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Pete Hunt Oct 15
EntQuery was sold to me 6 years ago for the exact same reasons! :P
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Pete Hunt Oct 14
Replying to @Daniel15
I know!
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Pete Hunt Oct 14
For posterity then
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Pete Hunt Oct 14
Are you talking about Ent or something else? There’s a talk about that from a long time ago somewhere...
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Pete Hunt Oct 14
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Pete Hunt Oct 13
Replying to @CasualEffects
No idea if it’s technically legal but it was a common thing at one time
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Pete Hunt Oct 11
Replying to @maxlynch
5s unsend by default and “follow up?” prompt. But broken back button :(
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Pete Hunt Oct 11
Replying to @necolas
Does rnw work with next?
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Pete Hunt Oct 10
<ColdFusion /> got futures this year!
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Pete Hunt Oct 9
Replying to @KadoBOT @_chenglou
specifically, we can have super fine grained control over when and how images are downloaded and rendered in a wasm world. historically this has been hard to do in js since we haven't had consistent js performance and no shared-memory parallelism.
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Pete Hunt Oct 9
Replying to @KadoBOT @_chenglou
I'm talking about building entire apps in WASM. Once it's good enough (by some definition of good enough) and there is 1 successful app, everyone will migrate virtually overnight I bet.
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Pete Hunt Oct 9
Replying to @_chenglou
too little too late! i'm banking on wasm to save us
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Pete Hunt Oct 9
I agree! I think serverless functions and monoliths have a lot in common. Not all of us are in public cloud, and even w/ lambda need to think about startup time, deps, code reuse etc
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