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Max
Passionate developer, self-taught, casual basketball player, in love with serverless and web components, TDD is the only way.
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Caleb Porzio 3h
🚀🚀 My Sticker Pack just launched! If you like stickers, or just like supporting open source, go grab a pack!:
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Replying to @matthiasnoback
Thanks for reaching out to me, I already saw the book is available, indeed I already requested my boss to buy a copy, I'm willing to start reading it 😀
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Caleb Porzio 23h
🎨 Borderless inputs look so clean, but lack "separation" Add a small bottom border to them to add separation without sacrificing those sexy crisp edges. (like .shadow would do) (I'm channelling my inner )
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Max 17h
Replying to @brendt_gd
Right now I'm interested in health/nutrition podcasts, so I've been listening these ones: - Tedtalks Health - Science vs I also discovered a thriller starred by Rami Malek called Blackout, I'm loving it!
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Javier Santana Jul 14
In Spanish, attention is something you "lend", because you kind of want it back. In French you "make" it, because it's not there if you don't. In English you "pay" it, because it's valuable. And in German you "gift" it, because it's really a present. I wish I knew all languages!
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Frederick Vanbrabant Jul 14
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Replying to @LasseRafn @GKedzierski
Cool, thanks for answering Lasse 👍
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Max Jul 14
Replying to @LasseRafn @GKedzierski
Does that mean you switched to raw SQL/other ORM? Or just optimized Eloquent?
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Max Jul 14
Replying to @armage
We should start a club 😝
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Wow. I just read the “10x Engineers” thread, and I have something to say. (I found it by using twitter search.) I gotta be direct. That guy’s description is just flat-out mistaken. Erroneous. Reading that thread my jaw dropped lower & lower & lower. And then I said “what?!”
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Replying to @onealexharms
Okay, that's my rant. Really strong, wise, smart, experienced, and kind engineers exist. They’re incredibly valuable, and you would do well to seek them out & work with them. But geez. Not by looking at the background color of their IDE or their collection of Mountain Dew. 💙
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Replying to @onealexharms
Also, your codebase is too complex for any human (no matter how much caffeine, no matter how dark they like their ide) to keep in their head. A big part of an engineer's job is managing that complexity so nobody needs to try.
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Replying to @onealexharms
Reading documentation all the time, btw, is why they know - several languages - why Unix is doing this weird thing - how come a weird bug (that took a day and a half to find, thank you very much) happened - why git is broken - 7 alternatives to that library
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Replying to @onealexharms
Oh, and they definitely, _definitely_, *definitely* read documentation. And google. They are not afraid to not know things (several zillion times a day). They get really really stumped by bugs. They keep at it until they figure it put, but first they cuss & sometimes cry.
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Alex Harms Jul 13
Replying to @onealexharms
If you want a really strong team, it’s great to look for somebody special. Somebody with a lot of knowledge & experience, who is caring & communicative. Watch out for your biases so you don’t miss them. Maybe they’re quiet. Maybe they’re a woman. Maybe they don’t like caffeine.
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/dave/null Jul 14
I wish fewer people were talking about finding 10x engineers and more people were talking about fixing 1/10th environments. That’s the true game changer.
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Programming Wisdom Jul 14
"The next best thing to having good ideas is recognising good ideas from your users. Sometimes the latter is better." - Eric Raymond
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DHH Jul 13
Searching for 10x engineers before you’ve ensured you have a 10x workplace is the epitome of premature optimization.
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Miguel Piedrafita👨🏻‍💻 Jul 14
🏷️ Just tagged v0.1 of netlify-mix ✨ It's a cool package that helps you use for building & serving assets Blog post & v1.0 🔜
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Max Jul 13
There Is No Such Thing as a Sugar Rush by
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