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Mike Sherov πŸš€
Engineer . Instructor . JS, PHP, TypeScript, React, Performance, Webpack, jQuery, npm, Node, CSS, FOSS. Views are my own. he/him
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 48m
Replying to @welkang @andrewtjoslin
I disagree.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 3h
Replying to @bzzlr
I guess my point is that users don't care about how cool a tech stack is :-)
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 4h
I've never seen software fail because it was too simple. I've seen many pieces of software fail because they were too complicated. Old advice worth remembering: do the simplest thing that could possibly work
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Ethan Marcotte 6h
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Jarrod Overson 5h
This is such a welcome change and will definitely help teach people git.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 13h
Replying to @mikesherov
If you have only a few minutes to spare, watch this lesson on native image lazyloading and shave your users' time and bandwidth with a *single* html attribute. Performance has never been easier to achieve:
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 13h
Replying to @jhooks @johnlindquist
You do you but that's a nightmare for my ADD brain. If it's not written down somewhere, my mind comes back to it every 5 minutes. Writing it down is like draining brain poison to me.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 13h
Replying to @johnlindquist
Short term: Apple Notes Longer term: trello
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 14h
Replying to @JessicaMauerhan
Lol. That tweet is bizarre. How about "replace negative comments about someone else with positive comments about someone else"? Is this really that hard!?
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Eldon Yoder Aug 17
Gotta say... is an awesome tool... That is all. :)
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 14h
Replying to @stubbornella
The goal is that asking pronouns and telling pronouns is as normal as asking proper nouns and telling proper nouns. Start introducing yourself as "<proper noun> <pronouns>".
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 16h
Replying to @marknotfound
That's the impression that I get
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ESLint 18h
ESLint 6.2.0 has been released: This release adds support for parsing ES2020 features (bigint, dynamic import) using the default parser! Please give it a try and let us know if you see any issues.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 18h
Replying to @ohhoe
Yes 100% would be interested and I know this would be a 2020 thing but if you wanted a smaller venue to do a version of the talk, I'd be interested in helping organize.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 19h
"Don't let your schooling interfere with your education" - Grant Allen
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 20h
Do you have 28 minutes to learn all latest language features published with ES2019 and see how they solve real world problems? Watch Javascript ES2019 in Practice and level up your JS skills today!
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Arvind Narayanan Aug 18
Replying to @random_walker
Here's an excellent study that compares the security practices of experts and non-experts. The most important things you can do to stay safe online are to promptly apply software updates, avoid password reuse, and enable two-factor authentication.
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ 23h
Replying to @ieatkillerbees
Omg tweet of the year
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ Aug 18
Replying to @pbakaus
Put it on github!
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Mike Sherov πŸš€ Aug 17
Replying to @MichaelMase
Fine as long as it's not that picture of how a star warps gravity and then they change the label from "black hole" to "node_modules"
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