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Honeypot Jul 12
🤙 Calling all & enthusiasts! 's "ELIXIR: A MINI-DOCUMENTARY", featuring , , , , , & other members of the , has just been released! 🥳
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Sophie Alpert Jul 11
My programming strategy: if something can be fixed or made better in less than 15 minutes, don’t file a task for later or for someone else: just do it!
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ヨーレン 👻 Jul 9
Replying to @antirez
Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg are nice if you like well designed / hipster places. Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain is nice if you want something more alternative or looking for Berlin style cafés, bars and parties. All are central.
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Dr. Holly Witteman Jul 5
That $35 that scientific journals charge you to read a paper goes 100% to the publisher, 0% to the authors. If you just email us to ask for our papers, we are allowed to send them to you for free, and we will be genuinely delighted to do so.
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ヨーレン 👻 Jul 6
Really insightful talk (no matter if you feel stressed or not) and thank you for sharing your wisdom on these human aspects of our job!
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Good doggos Jul 4
Feed me you stupid human!!!
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Pieter Levels ✨ Jul 3
Incredibly, GDPR regulation now has the opposite effect, read this:
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David Copeland Jul 3
Per my previous tweet, here are the guidelines for Brutalist Web Design, and if the web embraced them widely, it would be such a pleasant place to be.
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Charity Majors Jul 1
I'm not saying writing code is *bad*. Some of my best friends write code! Just code responsibly, and in moderation, and with a reasonable dollop of suspicion and self loathing. And delete anything you write drunk on new years eve. In case you think I'm remotely joking.
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Steven Brust Jul 1
Quote of the day: A writer is somebody for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people. — Thomas Mann
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29 lines each – Run Length Encoding in an
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Monzo Jun 29
On our blog today, shares some of the lessons and best practices we've picked up over the last three years building Monzo 💪
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Lars Doucet Jun 29
Due to my elite programming skills, I figured out how to shave off THIRTY SECONDS from my app's startup time. Here's some optimization tips: 1. Remove the sleep(30) call you added a month ago and forgot about
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Ryan Burgess Jun 28
We don’t hire people to write code. We hire them to solve problems.
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Cindy Sridharan Jun 30
OH: "With a whopping 69 individual binaries, the systemd "suite" is like the OpenStack of init systems". Oh dear!
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Colm MacCárthaigh Jun 29
Have you ever needed to generate a random number in code? whether it's for rolling a dice, or shuffling a set, this tweet thread is here for you! There's no reason that it should be easy or obvious, very experienced programmers repeat common mistakes. I did, before I learned ...
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ヨーレン 👻 Jun 29
Really fun podcast! Definitely start this flatiron course :)
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Nicholas C. Zakas Jun 25
There are four things I’d like to encourage every software engineer to do: 1. Save your money, at least a year’s worth of expenses that you can get to quickly. 2. Take a week off *at least* every 3-4 months whether you think you need it or not. Trust me, you need it.
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Brandur Jun 26
The best Bash advice. (Bash (or sh, zsh, etc.) is objective garbage as a programming language, but it’s garbage that’s ubiquitous, and that’s valuable. Just don’t let a Bash program grow beyond trivial size or you’ll pay for that low bar to entry later — in blood and tears.)
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Programming Wisdom Jun 26
"The purpose of software engineering is to control complexity, not to create it." - Pamela Zave
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