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tom
Building this banefully ephemeral squawk mortar. . He/him.
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amy brown 5h
when slack is down
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Shen 19h
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tom 5h
Replying to @bfd
right right no change here
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tom 5h
SLACK DOWN! THROW DOWN YOUR TICKETS! ABANDON YOUR SPRINTS! LET ANARCHY REIGN SUPREME!
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tom 7 Jun 16
✨ The best code review tip I have is: review your own code. Your tools: 👉 git add -p 👉 git diff --cached 👉 git show -w
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tom Aug 15
I'm lucky to have such brilliant colleagues. Today, to and ...
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tom Aug 15
Replying to @spkjess_jess
Heh, cool! Happy to answer questions if you have any 😀
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tom Aug 14
Replying to @rapturebird @_ralph
Rlf
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Oliver Joseph Ash Aug 13
We're looking for a JS full-stack dev to join - Focus: performance, resilience, great UX - Rapidly growing product - Small, diverse, remote team - Modern stack (React/TypeScript/RxJS) The team: The role: RTs appreciated!
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Jake Donham Aug 9
paper on a system I've been working on for 3+ years was accepted to Scala Symposium! with
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Increment Aug 9
Our Documentation issue is out now! From post-mortems to deploy bots to the impact of good internal docs, we explore documentation as an approachable, essential, and innovative part of engineering culture.
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Better Allies Aug 8
Here are 4 subtle language shifts to be more inclusive: 💬 Say "folks" or "people," not "guys" 💬 Say “unusual” or “outrageous," not "nuts” or “crazy” 💬Use "them" instead of "him" or "her," even when referring to one person 💬 Say "partner," not "husband" or "wife"
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Camille Fournier Aug 9
Super smart thread on a trick for overcoming a common bias that causes people to devalue hard projects done by under-indexed folks
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Mike Cvet Aug 8
I don't agree with everything Twitter does or doesn't do. If we can consistently enforce the policies and terms of service for the platform, that's a good thing. But it doesn't mean we should be satisfied with the policies we have.
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tom Aug 8
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tom Aug 8
Replying to @rondoftw
I found: What Research Tells Us About How Women Are Treated at Work — Who Gets Heard and Why — Make Yourself Heard — Unfortunately I don't have a subscription to read more 😕
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tom Aug 7
Replying to @rondoftw
Ooh, sounds great. Do you have any links?
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tom Aug 7
💥 Ok team... 💡I need links to research on meeting dynamics: interruptions and lack of equal footing for minority groups and women in particular. Go! 🌈 RT for reach, please.
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tom Aug 6
Replying to @jennyhbren
You're just one of many 😋
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tom Aug 6
Replying to @jmspool
And, as if on cue, Google Slides surveys me...
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