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@rem
I'm just smart enough to realise I'm not smart enough.
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Julie Sharp 2h
And we're sold out 🎉 Still workshop tickets (which include a conference pass) or apply to our scholarship programme. Also heavily discounted student tickets available.
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@rem 2h
If you can't make my Brighton/UK based Next.js workshop, I'm also running globally: - New York: - Amsterdam:
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@rem 2h
Okie dokie. That's done. (Regular) day pass is sold out. Combo workshop (Universal React with Next.js by me) and conf pass is still available though:
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@rem 2h
Replying to @dotmariusz
Yeah, been through all that stuff. Scans, etc.
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@rem 2h
Replying to @fox
Sadly we lost their brother nearly 2 years ago. He got sick very, very quickly. Horrible time.
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@rem 3h
Replying to @LukeB42
These are talks that I curate myself for talks that are important to me primarily. That's to say, my empathy is fucking terrible and this talk aims to help that situation.
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Helene Kassandra 4h
Going to my first conference overseas! here I come!
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@rem 3h
Right folks: 2 only, just two, 2️⃣ is all, ❷ available tickets left for day passes only: - Direct ticket link - What to expect link First come, first serve.
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@rem 3h
Replying to @rem
Upside to the story, Ninja has gained 0.1lbs since his last vet visit which is good (aside from large weight loss he's still active). Here they are, in their total indifference to each other.
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@rem 3h
This last week has been lots of friends cats being ill and being taken to the vets. I hope they're all okay. Our two both visited the vets today as well. Ninja has lost a tonne of weight over the last 12 months and we're pretty much worried about his mortality all the time.
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@rem 20h
I find it odd that there's no inheritance in GraphQL. It's also odd that it's taken me this long to notice. I guess DRY isn't going to cut it.
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@rem Jul 18
Replying to @jaffathecake @suprsidr
Pretty much my situation too.
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@rem Jul 18
If you're on the fence about whether you and your team want to join in November, there's just 13 tickets left (but also space on the Next.js workshop which comes with a day pass):
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@rem Jul 18
Replying to @sgb_io
I, personally, prefer that distinction (since I want to handle 401 differently to network error), so I check status codes
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@rem Jul 18
I'm thinking might be a genius bot. All the same, I'm here for the GIFs 💪
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@rem Jul 17
Replying to @mateeyow
It doesn't make any difference (to your usage), but fetch doesn't use JSON.parse either. You do await res.json()
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@rem Jul 17
They're not request errors though.
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@rem Jul 17
Replying to @relequestual
I've tended to use node-fetch (or isomorphic-unfetch). (but that's me)
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@rem Jul 17
Replying to @Nikolo_z @MikeLspohn
Oh, support is pretty solid going by the MDN table.
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@rem Jul 17
Replying to @relequestual
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