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mamadero
Entrepreneur, rock-climber and traveler. Currently Director of Eng . Opinions are my own.
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mamadero Sep 17
This is an awesome resource for anyone running a business (I work at , but wasn't part of this project or knew about it until now and I'm really enjoying the great content in there. Some cool tips to apply for my own area :) )
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mamadero Sep 14
Replying to @jamison_dance
Superhuman. It makes email manageable again and as enjoyable (or more) as Slack
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mamadero Sep 14
What's PAM?
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The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse Sep 11
A man-in-the-middle attack illustrated.
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mamadero Sep 14
Replying to @jchiatt
Happy birthday!
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J.C. Hiatt 🇺🇸 Sep 14
YO. I’m looking for my next opportunity! Looking for: -Remote -React -GraphQL -The more JS, the better Also an experienced manager, speaker, writer, teacher, and salesman. Excited about chaos engineering in the frontend and fitness. DMs open! RT ‘cuz it’s my birthday. 🥳🎊🇺🇸
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Tim Pope Sep 13
when people ask me to recommend a text editor
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Allen Holub Sep 12
Public service announcement: Dear programmers, NOT LETTING ME CUT/PASTE A PASSWORD MAKES MY ACCOUNT *****LESS***** SECURE. There is a circle of hell reserved for you if you don't allow paste into a password field. Regards, Your Customers
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mamadero Sep 13
Good luck with the interviews! If you would consider Canada as an option, DM me
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @BenLesh
Now you can use all that patience and kindness to explain what an observable is to those with or without a CS degree
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @tomdale @satya164
It would be a bit more complex if we needed to integrate this with eslint/tslint and our build. But the above might be a good start
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @tomdale @satya164
Like npx typescript@x.x.x --no-emit
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @satya164 @tomdale
Type inference is a bit tricky. Conceptually I could consider it a bug fix and most of the time it exposes issues that can be addressed in a backwards compatible way by adding explicit types. In practice, it results in breaking changes for both authors and consumers of libs
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @satya164 @tomdale
Exactly my point. H
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @tomdale
Or is there something else that makes this a breaking change that isn't new, opt-in functionality?
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mamadero Sep 11
Replying to @tomdale
Is it just backwards incompatible? I wouldn't call that a breaking change. Similar to a lib adding a new function, if you depend on that lib and use the new function, your consumers will be forced to update. However you could still decide not to use it and support a range
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Sarah Mei Sep 9
1,000,000% this. If a senior engineer can’t explain it to you in a way you understand - even if you are a lot less experienced - that’s THEIR deficiency. Not yours. When this happens, it means THEY actually don’t understand it well enough.
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mamadero Sep 10
Replying to @techwraith
Yes
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mamadero Sep 10
Replying to @ASpittel
Typescript
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mamadero Sep 10
Replying to @daniel_egan @ASpittel
I need to check it out!!!
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