Twitter | Search | |
Sophie Alpert
🍓🍊🍋🍏🐋🍇 bad at writing, great at editing. eng at , former manager of team. 💎🌸 she/her. I'm trans!
8,825
Tweets
1,011
Following
49,135
Followers
Tweets
Sophie Alpert 8h
Replying to @freezydorito
yes
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert 9h
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
“LGBT Writers”, “Badass Women” :)
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert 14h
Replying to @humuinc
I'm really fun to work with I promise
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert 14h
We're looking at hiring our first PM at in Mountain View, CA! Know any excellent PMs who might want to join and help us make work better? (5+ years experience please…)
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @vulpinewedding
it’s all in react!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @jennschiffer
the top left one looks like Garnet if you squint
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @vulpinewedding
wait is this a real thing?
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @rousseaukazi @threads
I feel like I could copy that blog post almost word for word and use it to advertise Workplace. :) The "mark as decision" is about the only difference that comes through in the post. It's hard for me to imagine how the social dynamics compare to collaborating on WP.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @jackiehluo @bpmilman
last time we released fixes for literally every single vulnerable minor version
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 18
Replying to @jackiehluo @bpmilman
it’s pretty stable though so you should be fine to stay on an old version forever if it’s working for you (for security fixes, we’ll generally backport as far back as we can)
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 17
sure
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 17
we’re hiring in mountain view, ca for ! come make people happier and more productive at work with us?
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 17
Replying to @rousseaukazi
curious for your take on this
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 16
Replying to @acemarke
It doesn’t matter in this case but I think we opted to do it like this because (1) passing functions as objects is less intuitive and it’s less obvious how to switch between calling a passed prop vs inline statements, and (2) in other situations, it affects behavior of “this”
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 16
Replying to @tomdale
As someone coming from React, this actually was one of my first annoyances with Vue. Different mindset maybe, but I found it frustrating.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 16
Replying to @philliphaydon @mxstbr
Both React and Vue are good choices, and you making snide comments like this doesn’t help anyone.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert retweeted
Amy Simmons ❄️🌨 Jul 15
Replying to @kng
"This is the first time I've worked on a complex app where it remained easy to contribute to and understand. This is due to the nature of React, and the healthy tension between folks who want to ship things quickly, and those who focus on reuse and simplicity." -
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 15
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
if you’re worried mostly about host components, you could do the parent stack but hide those except when they’re at the top of the stack
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 15
Replying to @lalizlabeth
wowwww
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Alpert Jul 15
Replying to @jdan @stripe
can I do it
Reply Retweet Like