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Chris Coyier Oct 14
One quicky integration test = 72% code coverage. That’s why they are so appealing. A LOT is going right if your integration tests are passing. (That’s ⁦⁩ at )
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Austin Keener Oct 15
On Svelte "If someone comes to you with a new solution and says 'everything is better, no down sides, no trade offs', that person is selling snake oil to you. There are ALWAYS trade offs. Don't buy it."
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Kevin Sonney Oct 15
I give myself permission to panic about my presentation for the next 15 mins. Then it is time to review and prep.
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Cami Williams Oct 14
IT'S HAPPENING. 3:15 in Room 205, rumor has it Beyonce might show up .
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Josh Atwell Oct 15
" stems from poor management" - Help them understand their value - Enforce reasonable work hours - Don't send messages after 5pm - Encourage vacation time - Regular 1:1s - Listen closely - Recognize small things too
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All Things Open Oct 15
is officially over! Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers for making this our best event ever!
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Matthias Crauwels Oct 15
My talk is happening in ~15min at
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Nikema Prophet(she/her) Oct 14
Thanks for welcoming me into the open source community. My *first* talk was an awkward, messy, success. Thanks for having me. ❤️🙌🏾✨If anyone wants to connect, your best bet is here on Twitter. LinkedIn works too.
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Jono Bacon Oct 15
So, talked about burnout at today. Important subject, great advice, and unsurprisingly well delivered. I encourage everyone to learn about burnout, the symptoms, how to manage it, and the importance of balance in our lives.
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David G. Simmons 🥑 @🏡 Oct 15
“The syntax is not the most important thing. The why is what allows you to transfer your knowledge from language to language”
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Jono Bacon Oct 15
Want a job in open source? These were the jobs on display at and at
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Cassandra Khaw Oct 15
Oh my God. It's standing room only already.
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Roger Creasy Oct 15
"The true 10x programmer is the one who lifts the team and makes them better."
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Matthias Crauwels Oct 15
My slides for are available on speakerdeck!
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VM (Vicky) Brasseur @ KubeCon Oct 13
Everyone at right now. ⛈
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Kevin Sonney Oct 15
Talk done, to a filled room and spillage into the hall. I love you all, and is a rock star.
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Rosemary Wang Oct 14
Missed the everything-as-code talk for or want slides with links? See here: . Thanks to all who attended!
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Serene Yew Oct 15
Had a blast at . Such an amazing crowd of inspiring people.
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Cassidy Williams Oct 14
That's my sister! ❤️ She's an amazing dev advocate and full of jokes and tech know-how. As an added bonus she can also twist a Nicholas Cage quote for any presentation 💅
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Ali Spittel 🐞 Oct 15
Hey ! I'm speaking in 15 minutes in ballroom C all about teaching code. But you don't have to be a teacher to learn from the talk! These principles will also help if you make content, manage people, do speaking, or work with other devs!
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