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Anton Korzunov
Drinking vodka. Taming bears. Playing balalayka. Doing the best I could, but usually typos. , father of 3 and React Hot Loader ⚛️ maintainer
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Anton Korzunov 18m
Replying to @lpgiang
I have only “Ring” and it’s pretty cool
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inigo quilez Nov 27
New "Painting with Maths" (loooong) video in Youtube: Made in Shadertoy (raymarched SDF):
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Anton Korzunov 1h
With you might now even need to run tests as they are evaluated in runtime 😁
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Anton Korzunov 2h
Replying to @lpgiang
All my house is controlled by google. You can just “hey Google, switch off big TV” or “hey Google disable wifi for kids” There are so many commands you can do 😎, and so many you can not 😔
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Anton Korzunov 3h
You know - portrait mode is 100% neural network driven. This is what it produced today 😳
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Anton Korzunov 3h
Hey Google! Switch on the lights! The lights in my room! In master bed! In master bedroom! In parents room! Only bed lights! Only ceiling lights! Well, there is a long list of commands which just don’t work. The question is how Google expect us to use their services. Cos 🤷‍♂️
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Anton Korzunov 5h
As I understand it - mostly for JS part, to have variables and conditions inside your styles, which also enables (dynamic)“theming”. And that helped styles be very inconsistent. Later “out of the box” SSR, which was not a problem before and is not a problem with atomic by design
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Anton Korzunov 6h
The beginning of this article makes me very sad. Everything can be modular, typed and beautiful. You don’t need Styled Components to have it.
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Anton Korzunov 6h
That’s why after a few Dark Ages ecosystem is trying to extract CSS to CSS during the build. The main selling point of CSS-in-JS was a SFC(single file component), when you can have you CSS next to your code. This is what people wanted. But some (many) over focused of “js” part.
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Anton Korzunov 7h
Replying to @seirina_of_js
That’s a known old rumour and a bit of bio chemistry Feasting makes you more creative and full belly makes you lazy
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Anton Korzunov 17h
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Anton Korzunov 17h
Replying to @oleg008 @okonetchnikov
Sounds more like picking right technology fit as juniors can learn a new for them stuff faster than heavily opinionated seniors with a slightly different background.
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Anton Korzunov 17h
Replying to @okonetchnikov
Are seniors better? The are “slower” and it will take the same amount of time to complete the task, but with less amount of code and less iterations As a result other devs will need to spend less time reviewing and will have more time to code This is all about review, not code
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Anton Korzunov 17h
Replying to @okonetchnikov
Can you define what is “complete”? Our juniors will open a PR define you will find a time to read a task, and will open another PR before you read their first one through. But would it be complete after two PRs? With high probability yes, but not always.
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Anton Korzunov 17h
Replying to @neoziro
🤷‍♂️ using company equipment for the last 12 years and it usually get updates every 2-3 years (or with a new company)
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Anton Korzunov 18h
Replying to @seirina_of_js
Good artist is a hungry artist 🤷‍♂️
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Anton Korzunov 18h
Because you don’t need much memory, you just need enough, but that “enough” can be 15Gb. Why not 😎 The same with CPUs - we still use them very inefficiently. Still using a single CPU for so many tasks, especially in Web and web development.
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Anton Korzunov 22h
This is definitely not true by another reason - software is less and less efficient every year. Nowadays it’s almost impossible to work without SSD as well as huge amount of RAM. 10 years ago 2Gb was A LOT, and nowadays 8Gb would be barely enough to start the same Idea.
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Anton Korzunov 23h
Replying to @200ok @JedWatson
Guilty of porting this approach to CSS-in-JS via css-to-js loader 🤷‍♂️but you want to go 100% js (and have good tree shaking for atomic styles) - why not :) PS: hopefully nobody ever used it, me included
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Anton Korzunov 23h
Replying to @200ok @JedWatson
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