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Miguel Jiménez
Software engineer at . Former and engineer. My opinions might not reflect the ones from my employer.
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Miguel Jiménez Oct 16
Replying to @arcanis @gdb
It could be very well this already in use, and we didn't know it! 🤣
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Miguel Jiménez Oct 16
I've always wondered who writes those: - i.e. how to not say anything for three hours (may be a Math.random() of the same messages?)
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Díaz Villanueva Sep 6
Tras mirar detenidamente este gráfico es inevitable preguntarse cuánta gente se contagió entre marzo y abril.
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Miguel Jiménez Aug 22
Replying to @captbaritone @code
+1!
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Lego NASA Women Aug 17
84 years young today! Wishing a very happy birthday to the incomparable computer scientist Margaret H. Hamilton. 🎂
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Mark Aug 14
This sounds too familiar 😬 Rebuilding Twitter’s public API
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Miguel Jiménez Aug 14
About 1.5 years ago Jest supported Node 6 😄
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Miguel Jiménez Aug 14
Worker threads were added in Node 10, so I wouldn’t call it “all versions”; and they also create a thread, which is different than how the “vm” module works. But that said as of today it may be a possibility for Jest to use them as an isolation technique.
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Miguel Jiménez Aug 13
Unfortunately, while V8 properly isolates contexts and lets you run multiple JS environments, Node is architected around a singleton, with multiple calls native <-> JS during startup, which made impossible to do the equivalent. I wish node fixed this!
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Ian Coldwater 👻🌿 Aug 12
SHITPOSTING is an anagram of THINGS I POST
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Jaana Dogan ヤナ ドガン Aug 10
Productionization new languages at Google is a lot of work. As a person who witnessed two attempts, this thread is what I learned. Google has an incubation policy for new languages. You start by being experimental, then become incubator and then graduate to a canonical language.
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Brian LeRoux Aug 8
Investing heavily in modern frontend frameworks.
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 30
Replying to @metaskills @newrelic
Hi ! I checked and what seems to be being blocked are all requests to `*.service.newrelic.com`, which is our main services endpoint. In fact, assets (JS and CSS) load well with Ka-Block! enabled. There isn't a lot we can do here despite asking them to whitelist us :(
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 30
Replying to @kuvos
Nope, but I agree it's a genius video! Smoke those ribs.
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Kristy Viers 🦯 Jul 25
I thought I would share how I, as someone who is visually impaired use my iPhone.☺️
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 24
Replying to @wongmjane
FB Ent framework and TAO
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 18
Replying to @kuvos @thorn0
True that 😄 but that was my point. Prettier should not change the resulting AST because it solely formats. This would however be a great ESLint plugin that AFAIK it doesn’t exist.
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 18
Replying to @kuvos @thorn0
The resulting AST changes
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 18
Replying to @thorn0 @kuvos
It should split and put curly braces; ditto for a fat arrow but adding a return (although that one is more debatable because it changes the semantics)
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Miguel Jiménez Jul 17
Replying to @_davideast
You can still achieve that; a |> b is equivalent to b(a()); tree shaking optimizations aren’t related to reusability amd composability
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