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Ryan Florence
Making React accessible for users and developers at . Online learning, workshops, OSS, and consulting.
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Ryan Florence 20m
Replying to @rayLuxembourg
nope. wrong attitude.
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Ryan Florence 11h
Replying to @cwkoss @NateSilver538
Seems like "how many people did this reach" is more important than "what share of impressions did it own"
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Ryan Florence 11h
Replying to @FRamseger @sxywu
Come on. We landed a rover on mars 8 1/2 months after launching it.
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Ryan Florence 18h
Replying to @sxywu
Also you don't even know *why* you're measuring something. There are lot's of philosophical questions in Econ. Though, on a lot of levels you can apply the scientific method and make really good guesses about economic outcomes. In the end, if I had to choose, I'd pick social.
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Ryan Florence 18h
Replying to @sxywu
It's really both. In physics you can launch a ball and predict exactly where it will land. With Econ you can't. You can try to predict unemployment or Q1 sales and consumer behavior, but you have to consider all the social aspects too--and make wild assumptions about them.
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Ryan Florence 18h
Replying to @sxywu
Hahahahahahahahaah!! *deep breathe* AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! (full disclosure, I have an economics degree)
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Ryan Florence 18h
Replying to @K4y1s
That's a weird idea people have but isn't reality. It's not any different than jsp, erb, php templates. JSX makes it pretty clear where to add html.
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Ryan Florence 18h
Replying to @oxbits
"the web camp"
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Ryan Florence 20h
Replying to @ryanflorence
And finally, if somebody is complaining about css *rules* and getting the app to look right, they really do need to Just Learn CSS™. If they're talking about managing styles for a growing project, then there's a great conversation to have about tradeoffs. Make them and move on.
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Ryan Florence 20h
Replying to @ryanflorence
For me I want to try to focus less on kind of lower-level "here's how the React API works and how it composes" (w/ hooks its so easy now) and try to show how to make great user experiences, I'm gonna need the help of people that are stronger in css/design than I am.
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Ryan Florence 20h
We've gotta get over this css/js developer battle. I used firebase, quickbooks, xfi, and MS store this morning; they're all "modern" but they are so jumpy/loady/janky. Together we could make the web feel awesome. Let's acknowledge tradeoffs and work together!
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Ryan Florence 20h
Replying to @trek @BondParkerBond
This is how I felt at JSConf 2014. I got so ganged up on by you guys 😂
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Ryan Florence 20h
Replying to @jamiebuilds
I feel attacked.
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Ryan Florence 20h
Replying to @haleshannon
Right? So, we just drained our 401k and got him this
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Ryan Florence 22h
Replying to @haleshannon
Our 8yo always asks for stuff like "hooj dimond"
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Ryan Florence Dec 18
Replying to @brandonjboone @srankin
“Or 25% of income whichever is lower”
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Ryan Florence Dec 18
Replying to @TroyWarr @zaguiini
You act like I don’t pay a ton of taxes or give a bunch to charity 😂 I just like talking about the funny incentives we all create.
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Ryan Florence Dec 17
Replying to @MatthewSpezia
$1000 is an easy number to talk about. $55k is the SEP max for 2018.
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Ryan Florence Dec 17
Replying to @MatthewSpezia
Deferred comp plans max out.
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Ryan Florence Dec 17
Replying to @mjackson
Oh, is that all?
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