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Guillermo Rauch ▲
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ 7h
Replying to @turbofacu
Wow
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ 14h
Replying to @zoink @shl
That’s really good and funny enough might also be true
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ 14h
It’s also more likely Amazon will charge you a fraction of a cent per message than give you anything for free 🤣
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ 14h
Replying to @cramforce
A string based calling convention, deployment and operational complexity and mathematically challenged availability
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ 15h
Replying to @mcclure111
De vez en cuando
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Carlo Teran 21h
Just registered to backendlessConf_ by What a great idea to create a remote conference dedicated to frontend. I will be watching from 🇲🇽
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Evil Rabbit 22h
I finished judging 's Admin UI Challenge. It was a tough decision, they're all great! Thanks for giving me this opportunity.
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Firefox DevTools Oct 15
If you used WebSockets before, you might have missed DevTools support for it in Firefox 🤨 … not anymore ✨ 🥳 WebSocket Inspector is ready for you in Developer Edition 70. 🛠 Give it a spin, and give us your feedback 👂🏻
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
Replying to @yoshuawuyts
Agreed
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
It’s still a cache. If Chrome upgrades and restarts and revives all your tabs, or a long time elapses, the expectation of immediacy disappears.
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
Replying to @dan_abramov
That’s perfectly covered by LRU. The expectation you’re referring to is recency
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
Replying to @dan_abramov
Caches don’t need well defined lifetimes generally. Every cache I’ve ever used in a distributed system has a size bound and usage-based eviction policy.
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
Replying to @ezeikel_ @MongoDB and 2 others
That would be a cool feature!
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Ŧʟᴀᴠɪᴏ Dec 3
I registered for . An online conference, it's even free to attend. "attend from the comfort of your home" was a nice value proposition for me! 🏡
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 3
Replying to @theprincessxena
Ncurses is my brush
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Andrew Sverdrup Dec 3
Just heard about backendlessConf_, which is a free remote conference from discussing the latest trends in . gave one of the most interesting/exciting presentations at a few weeks ago, I definitely recommend tuning in!
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Chad Rigetti Dec 2
Technology moves fast. April 1, 2010: quantum computers on Amazon Web Services is an April fools day joke. December 2, 2019: quantum computers are live and available on AWS, powered by 🎉🎉
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 2
Replying to @tuxz0r @yeraycaballero
Fascinating challenge ahead!
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☯️ Bill Dec 2
Replying to @bluebill1049
The release of React hooks leads me to think about how hooks combined with basic uncontrolled components can result in the building of forms in a much more simple, elegant and performant way.
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Guillermo Rauch ▲ Dec 2
Replying to @DKundel @_phzn @zeithq
We have some ideas to bridge the gap. Tune in to to find out 😎✅
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