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Ryan Weal
Web developer based in Montréal. I run Kafei Interactive Inc. Node.js, Vue.js, Cassandra. Distributed data. Road trips. FR_qc life, tweets in EN_ca.
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Ryan Weal May 17
Replying to @zedshaw
I've been doing this for awhile now and my feed is very sparse as a result. It is pretty good, but they keep switching me back to "top tweets" to fill in the gaps... and I hate that but it is worth it not to see all the garbage.
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Ryan Weal May 16
I got vue-virtual-scroller working. I am sorta amazed and confused at the same time. It isn't the perfect match for the template I'm working on but with some tweaks this is going to be much better than real scrolling.
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Ryan Weal May 14
Shipping in Canada: 2 days! Woot! Except... 7-10 days before shipping occurs. Cancel order. Go to USA competition, place order. Getting it in 3 days (didn't need to pay for 2).
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Ryan Weal May 13
Replying to @wesbos
Oh nevermind you want to print your own... :-/
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Ryan Weal May 13
Replying to @wesbos
National Geographic Maps are available on , you can buy poster size or larger. I got a tubed one that is 6 feet wide(ish). They are reasonably priced.
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Ryan Weal May 10
Replying to @cweagans @BartFeenstra
I would imagine so, but it isn't my computer... so there is that.
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Ryan Weal May 10
Replying to @BartFeenstra
Every time you press the window button rather than a task switcher you are going to get that horrible start menu thing. That is my only real complaint about helping my colleague use Win10 to do stuff.
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Ryan Weal May 8
Replying to @saltnburnem
You could just switch to calling it soda like everyone else... ;) The real answer if of course to switch to tea.
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Ryan Weal May 7
Replying to @mhartington
I have never thought about this one. Now I'm not going to be able to avoid hearing it. My friend is stuck on "again" vs. "back"... I need to make an infographic or something. He is getting frustrated with 20 interruption-corrections per day.
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Ryan Weal May 7
Replying to @wesbos
Though TBH right now it is looking pretty tempting to get gas & groceries in USA every week. 😬
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Ryan Weal May 7
Replying to @wesbos
I'm definitely going to keep this example in mind if I get "free" stuff sent to me. I usually try to batch the US-only stuff to a US address and then ship before a trip so I have some duty-free time logged when I come back. Otherwise it adds up too fast.
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Ryan Weal May 7
Zombie Day 2: the day after deployment. Pretty sure I should just stick to admin tasks today. Code is not gonna be easy after days of marathon coding.
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Ryan Weal May 7
Replying to @wesbos
You probably already know this trick but if you don't... you can ship to any UPS Store under your name and pick it up there for about $5-10. Mind you, an hour of your time driving to USA and back might not be worth it, and duties still apply depending on how long you were in US.
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Ryan Weal May 6
The big migration I have been working on seems to be running pretty smoothly. Almost all data is accounted for. So beautiful with the images now working. Time to switch to front-end bug fixing mode.
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Ryan Weal May 6
Tests pass: time to sleep!
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Ryan Weal May 6
Replying to @dremeda
woah! fellow now-beardless guy!
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Ryan Weal May 6
Current status: code zombie mode
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Ryan Weal May 4
Replying to @snookca
Another favorite of mine: Mail a letter from Boston to Montréal: 7 days every time (5h drive, or ~1h flight). Mail a letter from San Francisco to Montréal: 7 days every time (44h drive, or ~6h? flight). Mail SF to Boston, or Boston to SF? 3 days max.
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Ryan Weal May 3
Replying to @adamwhite
500 series would be your best bet. 400s are more "final". I would say 500, 503, or 504. 500 if you don't know or care what to call it, 503 for maintenance, 504 for waiting on other service.
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Ryan Weal May 3
Data spelunking continues... nearing the finish line. So many fields of data. I need a data science hat to wear for these days. It isn't difficult but it is mind-numbing after hours and hours. Did I mention lots of bad/corrupt data? Extra fun!
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