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Jeffrey Esquivel S.
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Nick Craver Jan 18
Replying to @Nick_Craver
Yes this includes developers, DBAs, SREs, most engineers I've met, and me. Because hindsight is easy, second guessing others is safe. It makes people feel smart - "I would have...". But they aren't. They just have more information available.
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alessandro solís Jan 16
Me llegó este mensaje del maestro Víctor Hurtado: "Para salir de dudas, la virgen María y el Espíritu Santo deberían explicarnos qué es una 'familia natural'".
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Cristian Cambronero Jan 16
Hace un año Álvarez Desanti opinaba q avances en DDHH debían resolverse "en una Corte internacional". "No veo la ruta legislativa viable", dice. Hoy dice que sentencia de CorteIDH se hizo "de espaldas al país". ¡Farsante!
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Cristian Cambronero Jan 9
"Como candidato, Juan Diego Castro ya ha mostrado signos de ser un tirano", dice la Universidad de Oxford. Imperdible: ¿Un Trump en el trópico? 👉🏽
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montserrat sagot Jan 2
El empresario que suspendió el servicio de autobuses de varias rutas en junio pasado porque iba a quebrar si no le aumentaban los pasajes, le ha dado más de 350 millones a campaña de JD Castro. ¿Qué le prometería Castro?
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Sassy Outwater Jan 2
So you know all those emoji and punctuation marks in your Twitter names get read aloud by screen readers, right? If it takes me longer to hear your Twitter name than to read your tweet? I scroll right on by. Please remember this when adding lots of emoji to things. Thanks.
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Tommy World Power 💹 Dec 26
I am placing a $100,000 bounty (payable in any major crypto), for information or efforts leading to the arrest and persecution of the Etherdelta hacker and return of my funds. If anyone knows who it is, we can keep your identity secret. Please retweet for visibility.
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icoTC OSS for FPGAs Dec 23
We got a spare room to sleep in Leipzig and a spare ticket for 34c3. FPGA enthusiasts prefered.
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Patri Friedman Dec 22
1/ Watching volatility & thinking about current use cases, I finally appreciate why says it's important to make a StableCoin. Ppl should be able to store value w/o taking on all this currency risk.
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Alan Zucconi Nov 18
Even if you're not an fan, I have no doubt this is the coolest thing you'll see today. 😍 Thank you for making this! ✨
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DHH Dec 15
Sometimes it happens that I get pulled away from code for a few weeks, but then upon sweet return, I always think: Damn, I really love to program 😍
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Richard Feynman Dec 15
I'm smart enough to know that I'm dumb.
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Kelsey Hightower Dec 14
Product excellence is the difference between something that only works under certain conditions, and something that only breaks under certain conditions.
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The BOOM Processor Dec 12
I have never been more happy and relieved to see a Linux prompt - this is BOOM silicon running Linux!! I'm in awe of the effort & in how much that must work together to bring about a humble little command prompt. From laptop, to FPGA, to electircal pins, to transistors, and back.
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banksy Dec 10
The world is full of nice people, if you can't find one, be one.
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honeybee🐝 Dec 9
Just a friendly reminder that anxiety attacks aren’t always hyperventilating & rocking back and forth. They are also •random bursts of irritability •obsessive behavior and nit picking •hypersensitivity •pacing •silence •zoning out Always look for signs with your loved ones
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Kelsey Hightower Nov 29
Criticism is easy. Creating something worth criticizing is the hard part.
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XANDER Dec 5
cyberpunk failed us because it said the corporations we would all be serfs to would have cool names like TYRELL CORP or ZAIBATSU HEAVY INDUSTRIES and not dumb crap like "amazon" or "disney"
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lowRISC Nov 23
Rust on ? You got it! David Craven has used our RISC-V LLVM tree to create a Rust port and also published crates for accessing HiFive peripherals
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Jeffrey Esquivel S. Nov 17
Replying to @ushcala
Bueno, me convenciste 😃
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