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Paul Armstrong
Tech lead writing React.js ⚛ for the PWA (specializing in performance and dev productivity)
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Paul Armstrong 18m
Replying to @stubbornella
react-native-web
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Paul Armstrong Mar 22
Three things that do not exist:
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Paul Armstrong Mar 21
Replying to @dan_abramov @thekogmo
Yep, it is a very confusing product choice. Really not sure what's up here.
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Paul Armstrong Mar 19
Replying to @ryanflorence
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Paul Armstrong Mar 11
Replying to @slightlylate
Arguing about CSS-in-JS.
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Paul Armstrong Mar 11
Replying to @m3arnett
Unless you write in Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, Kurdish, Farsi, etc…
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Paul Armstrong Mar 7
MaxKey Tada 68 Pro
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Paul Armstrong Mar 7
Replying to @mjackson
Morning vibes 🌄😎
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Paul Armstrong Mar 6
Replying to @kpk @mjackson
The window is to my right, which faces South.
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Paul Armstrong Mar 6
Replying to @mjackson
It's dark, so the lights go down. That little white box on my desk is a motion/luminance sensor that controls the overhead lights and LEDs attached to the back of the screens. 🤓
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Paul Armstrong Mar 6
Replying to @mjackson
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Paul Armstrong Mar 5
Replying to @paularmstrong
And yet… for some reason, I really want these to say 💯
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Paul Armstrong Mar 5
Replying to @paularmstrong
At the very least, it means you don't have any Type, Syntax, or Reference Errors in your code.
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Paul Armstrong Mar 5
Reminder to self: 💯 percent reported test coverage actually only means that every line/function/branch was executed, not that you are actually asserting on the behavior.
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Paul Armstrong Mar 3
Wanted: Github Action to comment the code coverage delta for PRs (without external services) Anyone made this yet?
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Paul Armstrong Mar 4
Not saying that the fix is good 😉
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Paul Armstrong Mar 4
Yep! These are all what I see. setInterval(..., 0) is still run later, so the rest of the code needs to be a bit more synchronous:
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Paul Armstrong Mar 3
Wanted: Github Action to comment the code coverage delta for PRs (without external services) Anyone made this yet?
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Paul Armstrong Feb 28
Gave positive feedback for an Amazon chat support person. Now I'm worried that maybe it wasn't a person and was really just a machine and I rated it higher than a real person... and now someone's going to lose their job to a robot.
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Paul Armstrong Feb 28
Replying to @brunolemos @TwitterEng
Thanks for the heads up. Looks like we are already on top of it 😁
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