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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM
Views are my own. . . JS, PHP, TypeScript, React, Performance, Webpack, jQuery, npm, Node, CSS, FOSS.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM 57m
Replying to @bryanpackman
I like "real" wrestling
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM 2h
One day I'd like to meet a "real" engineer.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM 2h
Made says it's distortion from helicopter air diffraction.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM 2h
Nah it's really her. But love the idea of it all.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM 15h
Yes.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 29
<num> <date> (with optional relative phrasing) <currency>! Make all Intl formatting JS free
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 29
Honestly, what the fuck could this possibly mean?
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 29
Single Ladies video, while iconic, is a knockoff of Mexican breakfast. Exact same video:
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 29
Replying to @brianleroux
Webpack changes the default minification settings to be more aggressive, which is where all the additional time comes from.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 29
Replying to @bmaxhacks
Use RBAC. If your feature flagging is based on user roles, it's probably "OK", but oauth scopes are probably a better answer.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @AdamRackis @squeedee
Fortunate Son was actually Nixon's campaign song... until someone actually listened to the lyrics. Reagan had "Born in the USA" until the same thing happened.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @ieatkillerbees
SAMANTHA PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW ABOUT FRIDGES
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @rob_dodson
Drop it off at polling place. It's too risky now to mail it.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @brianleroux
This is a logged in experience, the header and footer are dynamic and personalized (also for A/B tests), and the proxied content is also dynamic. Of course it'll scale, it's more about just seeing how much compute it uses. But it's not a build time thing.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @brianleroux
Nextjs serverside rendered layout with proxied HTML from the legacy application. Also allows us to stress test nextjs scaling.
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @flybayer
I want the layout rendered by next, with the innards coming from the legacy app
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @brianleroux
Serverside :-)
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Migrating to nextjs. Building a <LegacyPage> component that literally proxies to our legacy frontend with the header, footer, style, script, and head tags ripped out so we can serve the site from next and do this pattern. Still don't know if it'll pan out or if its a doomed idea!
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Mike Sherov (he/him) BLM Oct 28
Replying to @RReverser
Declarative transform format... then codegen to your favorite language....
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