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Keith Mifsud πŸ€–
I'm an independent software engineer. I solve business challenges with code, design, infrastructure and things.
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– May 7
Replying to @IAmNarcisG
Thanks once again :) Can you email me the details, please? mifsud.k@gmail.com
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daycamp4devs Apr 26
Join us May 31st, 2019 as we present Day Camp 4 Developers: Data We have 5 experts talking about important concepts you need to understand revolving around data. Invest a day in your career
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Apr 29
Replying to @IAmNarcisG
Hi Thank you for getting in touch :) I'm fully booked for the next month or two. How urgent is the work?
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Apr 3
Replying to @robertbasic
.. weird behaviour from phone. Hope you saw rhe reply;) Thank you for the help.
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Apr 3
no integration with DB but yes a bit of app glue. I thought prooph would have a scenario testcase but it doesn't seem so. I'll build one 10x
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Apr 3
Replying to @VolkerGoebbels
It is similar in Maltese.. "Katina" and I think exactly the same in Castellano. Why do you like chains so much? :)
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Apr 3
maybe you know..is there an eloquent way to test a CQRS scenario in Prooph? I was using Broadway before and I could test that when a command is instantiated, the handler is called and the event is fired plus the aggregate state changes.
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– retweeted
Daniele Polencic Mar 27
πŸ‘‹ , and I were wondering if we could have β€œBoosting your kubectl productivity” part of the next Sysdig's Container Newsletter πŸ™ πŸ™‡β€β™‚οΈπŸ™‡β€β™‚οΈ
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 25
⚠️This is definitely a direct breach of today but... oh my ... it is still hilarious. Especially the reply from ...
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 25
Replying to @themsaid
Testify πŸ˜„
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– retweeted
The Dodo Feb 23
This tiny, very unusual dog is filled to the brim with happiness and gratitude for her rescuer 😍
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 24
Replying to @matashmore
Noooo.. you want your rights or you don't care? Are you seriously complaining that you have the option?
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
Replying to @DianeCodedIt
You could build your very own Solitaire in JS πŸ˜€
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
Replying to @keithmifsud
Well this worked without touching the parent: <div style={{ position: 'absolute', bottom: '0', left: '0' }}> <p>Test</p> </div> πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
Replying to @DianeCodedIt
Do you remember where you left off? Not sure if this is something you've been working on or not but you may like exploring @typescriptlang .. I'm quite new to it and am seriously in πŸ’œ
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
I'm pretty much old school to and . I remember building websites using more or less just tables, divs did not exist.. yet I still never manage to handle vertical alignment without googling it 🧐
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
Replying to @philiplaureano
Just to clarify my tweet ... I enjoy mentoring and being mentored. I'm referring to pair programming from an XP context. As in such efforts or practice should reduce time to delivery.
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 23
Replying to @DianeCodedIt
You're welcome. IMO you make a great dev because you was not afraid or proud to share your learning process. In programming, we will never know enough and you realised that from the start. It took me ages lol :)
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 22
Replying to @DianeCodedIt
I'm not going to wish you luck ... I've seen your twitter's feed and you don't need luck. You got it πŸ€“
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Keith Mifsud πŸ€– Feb 22
Would you say that Pair should either; always be applied or never within one project? Can it be applied sometimes? Also, would you say that if the pair aren't equally experienced then it should be avoided? I say the latter is correct as it ends up , not PP.
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