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Sean Scanlon
when will then be now?
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Sean Scanlon Jan 19
Replying to @oliverturner
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Sean Scanlon Oct 6
Replying to @oliverturner
You are a national treasure.
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Sean Scanlon Sep 13
Replying to @JohnMac_PMO
Good luck!
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Andrew Clay Shafer 雷启理 6 May 18
the hardest problem in computer science is aligning talent and incentives with outcomes
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Sean Scanlon 3 May 18
Really impressed by transparency on exposing login passwords to their _internal_ logs. Most companies would sweep this under the rug and hope no one notices.
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Sean Scanlon 15 Mar 18
Replying to @oliverturner
Whoa.
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Sean Scanlon 15 Mar 18
Replying to @oliverturner
Never thought I would see the center of the dad joke/Javascript Venn intersection
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Sean Scanlon 1 Mar 18
Replying to @oliverturner
Accurate
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asap gordy 25 Dec 16
this is important
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Mark D. Carlson 14 Dec 16
"If Maven downloads the Internet, npm downloads the Internet and all of its friends" --
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Sean Scanlon 16 Dec 16
"Not all wizards wear hats" -
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The Bot Lebowski 1 Nov 16
You know, that or, uh, His Dudeness, or uh, Duder, or El Duderino if you're not into the whole brevity thing.
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Amy Renee 28 Oct 16
Truly terrifying pumpkin... ;) (h/t )
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Sarah Mei 21 Oct 16
Your team is an immutable data structure. Every time you modify it, you're actually making a whole new one.
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Ben Adams πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 20 Aug 16
Blaming perf issues on Garbage Collection is like blaming your hangover on your liver... Its the thing that's saving you from your code
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Zach Holman 14 Sep 16
There are only two hard problems in computer science: 1. People 2. People
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Sean Scanlon 15 Sep 16
Replying to @jspiro
I believe the correct answer is: creativity
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Sean Scanlon 1 Sep 16
@TMasterTech insert joke about off by one errors here.
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James Watters 29 Aug 16
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Becky Sweger 23 Aug 16
My best technical skill isn't coding, it's a willingness to ask questions, in front of everyone, about what I don't understand
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