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Hadi Hariri
Developer Advocacy at . Host of , and an always-newbie guitar player.
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Hadi Hariri 9h
Replying to @buhakmeh @dotnetfdn
You mean there's more to it than merely marketing for Microsoft?
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Hadi Hariri 10h
Replying to @jimschubert
I've removed guys from my vocabulary.
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Hadi Hariri 10h
Replying to @vashisthg
Except master usually refers to a single gender. So in itself it's also not inclusive.
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Hadi Hariri 12h
Replying to @JoaquimLey
I'm not downplaying anything. I've congratulated. Please note the tone of the initial response.
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Hadi Hariri 15h
Replying to @PreusslerBerlin
Yes, but the impact was minimal. There was an article a month ago or so around it
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Hadi Hariri 15h
Replying to @PreusslerBerlin
It's all your doing. All this "I don't want to contribute to global warming"..... Btw you saw that it actually has little impact right? Silver lining for you - you can go back to conferences. If conferences come back of course.
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Hadi Hariri 16h
Here's the thing. It's not about me. Or making me feel good.
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Hadi Hariri 17h
No. I make the assumption that master/slave is a constant reminder that slavery was an issue and continues to be one.
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Hadi Hariri 17h
You'll hear arguments such as "this is political correctness" (i.e. apparently empathy is a bad thing), and "this is censorship", and "tomorrow someone will be offended by something else", i.e. all these strong principles that need to be upheld!
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Hadi Hariri 17h
The general argument is "if we do this then what next?". I wonder how many improvements in society that same argument could have / has been applied to try and avoid change.
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Hadi Hariri 17h
I promised myself that in 2020 I'd do much less traveling and conferences. It's now middle of the year and I must say, I'm even surprised myself at how it's going.
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Hadi Hariri 18h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
And some people are offended and don't always have the courage to say it, even between friends. And you said it "making fun of each other". Exactly. The term leads to it.
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Hadi Hariri 18h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
What I'm saying is that social discrimination and every day discrimination and racist remarks cannot be controlled by law.
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Hadi Hariri 18h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
See that's how ironic this is. That you don't realise how guiri is an insult
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Hadi Hariri 18h
Replying to @Joe_Stead
That's a long time you're going to be spending on a train. Good luck.
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Hadi Hariri 19h
Replying to @russel_winder
Stop it. Now you're just making sense.
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Hadi Hariri 19h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
The law doesn't defend your rights when you're treated differently or frowned upon just because of your name or where you were born.
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Hadi Hariri 19h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
You live in Spain and you're surprised? I guess it proves the point that you need to feel it to believe it. There is a lot of racism in Spain. For 18 years I was the "Moro de mierda que ha venido en patera" or the "guiri".
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Hadi Hariri 19h
One day I'll figure out how to browse Figma.
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Hadi Hariri 20h
Replying to @ramonesteban78
Yes. Quite a lot actually. And still do.
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