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yulia
SpiderMonkey dev , co-chair . Working on European Computer Manufacturers Association Script. Cover: reading code. My mom took my profile picture.
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yulia 19h
Let me know if it breaks 😬
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yulia Jan 18
The right approach might be something simpler than we were originally thinking.
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yulia Jan 18
It is covered here: -- However, I would caution against using this data directly. After fully reading all of the comments, I think there is a better solution, which I am working on articulating.
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Emanuela Jan 15
70 of my colleagues were laid off today. I worked directly with several of them in the past 3 years. They are not only great professional, but extraordinary human beings. If you are hiring, and they need a reference about someone, please reach out
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SpiderMonkey Jan 13
We're experimenting with a JavaScript parser and bytecode emitter for SpiderMonkey in . Read about Project Visage in our second newsletter:
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Bob Konferenz Jan 9
Replying to @ioctaptceb @TC39
At , will talk about the work of (ECMA) and bringing experimentation to JavaScript. More info:
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yulia Jan 8
Thanks Sergey! 😅
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Rob Palmer Jan 8
ECMAScript excitement 😉 TC39 Stage 4 proposal Nullish Coalescing (??) is available in Firefox 72 which shipped this week! Congrats to and . Check out Yulia's detailed talk showing how it was spec'd and implemented. (7:42:00)
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yulia Dec 28
Replying to @larsr_h
(Otherwise it will be g(x))
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yulia Dec 28
Replying to @larsr_h
You could do const y = predicate(x) && g(x). It will be false if predicate(x) is false
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
In both situations, I try not to judge myself as a person, but judge my actions and what could be changed. Anyway, sorry for the long reply. I think about this alot
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
So, for these situations, as long as I don't understand -- I accept that someone feels that I have wronged them, but I do nothing beyond trying to understand further. Apologizing in this situation is bad for both parties.
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
because... this can be used manipulatively. I learned that I can be made to feel bad, without understanding what I did wrong, in order to get me to be in a subservient position. It took me a long time to realize that I had to be critical of these situations but still open
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
When someone is mad at me, and I literally can't understand it, I can't start to make amends and change my behaviour. If the person won't talk to me anymore, then there is nothing I can do except be open to feedback. I learned that I shouldn't apologize to "make it go away"
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
So this covers the stuff where "I understand that I did something wrong" -- then there is the other side where "I don't understand what I did wrong"
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
Since apologies are about making amends, they themselves are not enough. and being forgiven isn't enough either. The work of making amends is work that you do on yourself, and you don't need forgiveness to do that work. It should be done anyway. Learn and move on.
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
Another part of apologies is that we are not always forgiven, and we can't demand it. I had trouble being relaxed about this, especially since apologizing was a coping mechanism for me for a long time. It still creates a bit of discomfort, but I found a way to think about it
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
the person who was hurt, and takes its weight off me. Since then -- apologizing has changed for me. I try not to do it unless I understand fully what I did wrong. Now, in that case, when the apology is for the other person and not for my benefit, I apologize.
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
When I understand why, I can usually empathize, and feel what I did wrong. I used to get overwhelmed by this, and apologize excessively, and beat myself up over it. I did this until a good friend of mine pointed out that saying "sorry" actually puts the emotional work on ...
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yulia Dec 10
Replying to @aaron_turon
I think that's a pretty big question. I think about it a lot, and my experience of this is that there are two ways this can happen, one is where I understand why someone is angry with me, and the other where I don't.
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