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Gregor
Trying to use my levers to build bigger levers ex-, specifically and Common Voice ()
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Gregor 2h
Replying to @prinznicolas
Schicksal hat Absicht
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Gregor Oct 20
Replying to @bressansar
Fertig gelesen und geliebt: White Teeth von Zadie Smith Angefangen: Engineering a safer World von Nancy Leveson Hatte kurz Angst es wären 0, aber zum Glück hatte past self gute Vorsätze
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Gregor Oct 16
Replying to @hdv
Happy birthday my man
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Gregor Oct 13
Replying to @mrianleslie
Slomo republican suicide aka the rubber hitting the road aka I shouldn't talk about death and suffering like that
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Gregor Oct 12
Replying to @callahad
Glad I got to work with you a little, all the best with the next thing ✨
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Gregor Oct 9
Replying to @adamdbradley @nodejs
What are some of your favorite API additions?
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Gregor Oct 9
Hallucinating a type system capturing my whole program's semantics, with variable names just being inferred from it, thereby solving one of the two* hard problems in computer science */three, depending on how you count
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Hillel dressed as Data & Reality author Bill Kent Oct 6
WE HAVE MET THE EXCELNEMY AND HE IS US: why most critiques of Excel miss the deeper flaws in the broader science code system, and why the proposed alternatives miss the reasons why Excel is so deeply appealing
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Gregor Oct 6
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Brian, but cthonic Sep 23
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Gregor Oct 3
Replying to @dan_abramov
Who's playing
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Gregor Oct 2
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Gregor Oct 2
There's lots to complain about with web standards/APIs. But the fact still stands that most of that complaining happens on websites.
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Gregor Oct 1
Wer sich erinnert vergisst den Moment
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Gregor Sep 30
Replying to @gr__or
When learning TS you have to figure out where the typing language goes and where the "runtime language" goes. If you already know JS, type-lang goes into all the new places (after ":", "as", "type ..."). "!" breaks that assumption
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Gregor Sep 30
Replying to @gr__or
...because "?." changes runtime behavior whereas "!" is purely on the type system level. In my mind these symbols are related, but in TS they operate in entirely different spaces (syntaxes/subsets of the language)
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Gregor Sep 30
I don't like TypeScript's "!" (non-null assertion)[1]. Escape hatches for type checking are necessary but this one is too easy to type & overlook and it's too similar to "?." (optional chaining)[2] which is confusing... [1] [2]
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vitalik.eth Sep 29
This from is underrated imo: Often you can do the most good not by participating in the world's loudest major struggles head-on, but by finding some alternate direction to pull that everyone else is neglecting, and focusing really hard on it.
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Gregor Sep 27
Replying to @PhilosophyTube
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John Nerst Sep 24
Ooohhh this one's gonna be a big hit, I can feel it.
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