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Jasper Morgan
CEO of Snapp Mobile, an engineering and design team with a passion for everything mobile. Based in Munich, Berlin and London.
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Jasper Morgan 5h
Replying to @jp_koning @pesa_africa
"may not be" could be changed to "has not been". M-Pesa is over 10 years old. Being the offspring of a Telco is probably what's prevented M-Pesa from expanding outside Kenya.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 17
Replying to @mikehalston @atrupar
At some point the military will have to decide where they stand. I think it won't be with Trump. It wouldn't surprise me if the heads of the military have to intervene to uphold the election result.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 17
We've actually been experimenting with Figma as the only design tool on one project. I'll write up our experience when we have time. Generally the boundaries are like Juhani describes.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 16
It's about performance. E.g. Figma in the browser is the same as Figma as an app. Same code, same native binary. WebAssembly doesn't make sense for classic content-based websites (yet?). Neither does Flutter on web imho. Flutter == apps.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 16
Replying to @lehtimaeki
It assumes you have an electricity provider that uses 100% renewable energy. I wonder how many owners will have such a supplier. Countries like Germany seem to like fossil fuels still for electricity production :(
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Jasper Morgan Sep 16
"If ReactJS is able to use WebAssembly" - is this on the roadmap at Facebook? The Flutter team have been actively looking at this already: Flutter supports a bunch of interop. But I think WA makes sense for apps e.g. Figma
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Jasper Morgan Sep 16
Dart already allows compilation to bytecode. Flutter's architecture supports evolution to other rendering environments with no change to the framework/components. RN is a JS glue/bridge to native iOS/Android components. I don't see a natural path to WA support.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 15
Replying to @chimon1984
I think we need to see more Flutter success stories and Flutter apps in production for a year or two before we can start drawing conclusions. Indicators are good though.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 15
The future is Web Assembly. Flutter will be a key framework that helps WA take off amongst developers. Flutter was created and is still driven by senior members of the Google Chrome team. I bet they will get Flutter 4 web working well. RN doesn't officially support web afaik.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 15
Replying to @beaflm_ @keygem_store
Yep. Angelo from Keygem is great.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 15
The Finns must have a deep deep sense of irony. This is a colouring in book on white paper featuring a cartoon character who is completely...white. Very funny guys!
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Jasper Morgan Sep 14
Replying to @RWTaylors
I don't understand the logic that the UK will fare better on our own on the world stage if we were unable to assert our position as a member of the EU.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 14
Replying to @weldonwk
Darwin in action?
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Jasper Morgan Sep 14
Replying to @teroterotero
One must maintain one's standards, even in a crisis.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 13
Replying to @lehtimaeki @btelligent
Hehe, sure. I have a few DB & Warehouse books from our days.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 13
I went through some computing books that have been in storage for a while. My criteria for selecting what to keep and what to offload: * Java, Databases, UML => out * Computer science, Martin Fowler, my first books => keep
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Jasper Morgan Sep 13
Replying to @scottjehl @enigma_i_am
Yeah, you might be right. Maybe we should go back to Java Server Pages - it's basically the same thing.
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Jasper Morgan Sep 13
Six years after moving and we are still unpacking...
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Jasper Morgan Sep 13
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Jasper Morgan Sep 12
Wait, what! you rock! 5 mins to sign-up and the card arrived the next day.
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