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Sebastian Markbåge
Tools that hold the line and don’t let things get worse are so powerful. E.g. test coverage, type coverage, bundle sizes, perf metrics, etc. Much of APIs are about how not to break something that was once tested. Under-invested in open source and business critical in Big Tech.
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Glory of Lurv Nov 16
Replying to @sebmarkbage
It's where we've ended up in Accessibility. So much of our work can silently back-slide without tools that hold the line.
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Slightly Uneasy Nov 16
Replying to @sebmarkbage
I think measuring bundle size is harmful. (Reference intended 😁) No one knows how much is too much and it distracts us. What we really want is good FMP and TTI so we should just measure those. Right?
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Slightly Uneasy Nov 16
Replying to @sebmarkbage
Maybe Prepack or another tool could increase bundle size, but they could also make the app load and execute faster. If we know that we are improving FMP and TTI, how would measuring bundle size matter?
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Ivan Babak Nov 16
Replying to @sebmarkbage
How do you push back on the business/product urge to release something right now?
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Ryan Kennel 🐶 Jan 19
On teams I have been on, we do not declare something done until it meets functional and non-functional requirements (quality, performance, etc). Strict rules to not release until its done removes ability for anyone to “force” into production.
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Vivek Ghaisas Jan 19
Replying to @AlicanC @sebmarkbage
I guess it still matters on older/lower-end devices as well as on 2G connections?
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