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Nicolás Parada
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Twitter Support Sep 17
Replying to @TwitterSupport
5/ Meanwhile, today we updated the “Show the best Tweets first” setting. When off, you’ll only see Tweets from people you follow in reverse chronological order. Previously when turned off, you’d also see “In case you missed it” and recommended Tweets from people you don’t follow.
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CockroachDB Sep 18
Learn how to use CockroachDB with our new online training modules --
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イリヤ Sep 17
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Shaw Sep 14
In , transform-origin is almost as important and as powerful as transform. I built this animation on to help illustrate:
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✕✕✕✕✕ Sep 11
increasingly my program design "advice" (lol) can be summarized as: make it so I can run/test your business logic on my laptop, with no internet connection, and no other services running
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Hugh Isaacs II Sep 8
dat, dweb, ipfs, ipns and ssb are being added as supported schemes in Chrome.
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Justin Fagnani Sep 7
My intermittent reminder to vote for Custom Elements and Shadow DOM support on 's feedback forum:
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CSS-Tricks Sep 7
A bit of a look at `:empty` and `:blank` They are slightly different, even in browser support. Using them to style empty states is pretty cool though.
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Justin Fagnani Sep 7
Web Components users everywhere: 🎉 Firefox 63 is shipping full Web Components support 🎉 So... Please try out Firefox 63 while it's in beta to make sure your site works, and report any bugs in FF you find back to them here:
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Visual Studio Code Sep 5
It's time for another release 🛠 The August update is here 👉Download: and see what's new:
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I Am Devloper Sep 5
<!--[if IE 6]> "Dear Marty, if my calculations are correct you will receive this letter immediately after you saw the DeLorean struck by lightning. First let me assure you that I am alive and well. I've been living happily these past eight months in the year 1885." <![endif]-->
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Jaana B. Dogan Sep 4
tip: Regardless of what, always handle the errors in the examples. Most users will just copy/paste the snippets.
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Chrome Developers Sep 4
📣Chrome 69 is rolling out now, check out the latest What’s new in Chrome video & post with at Oh and also, Happy Birthday ! 🎂
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Chris Coyier Aug 29
Website using inline SVG, but you need the file locally? Copy the source out of DevTools and paste it into a file and save it.
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Joel Holmes Sep 1
Replying to @peterbourgon @rob_pike
When reading the proposals all I could think of was this talk where explains why certain things were omitted from Go:
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✕✕✕✕✕ Aug 31
I've about halfway-parsed the draft proposals, and I'm a little bit sad: with them, Go ceases to be a simple language, by any definition
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Brad Fitzpatrick (vacation) Aug 30
My talk is now on YouTube: "Go 1.11 & Beyond"
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Manuel Matuzović Aug 28
Oooohh yeah!! gap, row-gap and column-gap for Flexbox in Firefox 63. (via )
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Sourcegraph Aug 28
Liveblog post for Kat Zien's () How do you Structure your Go Apps? talk at is now available at Thanks to Matt King () for liveblogging.
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Go Aug 28
🎊 We just announced an update for Go 2! This includes preliminary draft designs for generics, error handling, and error values. Read our blog and watch the video by for more information.
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