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Tim Sneath
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Tim Sneath 2h
"The design language of your app should be as unique as the app itself. Leaders like Netflix and Airbnb design their apps independently from the platform they run on." Peter Scheffel, BBD's Chief Design Officer on the value of and :
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Tim Sneath 10h
It makes me so happy to see community efforts like this gather steam and be successful. These four (, , and ) invested tirelessly to build this, so show them some , would you?
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Tim Sneath 13h
Congratulations to for building a beautiful, polished app that gets Apple’s highest praise. And of course enables the same experience for , web and desktop without rewrite.
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Tim Sneath Jun 18
Proudly wearing my t-shirt at Flutter HQ this morning, thanks to the amazing team at . In addition to t-shirts, they also happen to produce a kick-ass tool for beautiful animations with -- give them a try!
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Tim Sneath Jun 17
Looking forward to being in New York next week with -- would love to meet with Flutter and Dart developers who are in the area. Kevin's going to share where we're at with Flutter on the web, and we're also here for your questions and feedback. Flutter ❤️ NY!
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Flutter Jun 13
We have surpassed 50K followers on Twitter! Three cheers for our Flutter Community who have made the dream a reality. Stick around for more updates, news, protips, , , and .
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Tim Sneath Jun 13
Replying to @lariki @nlycskn and 7 others
Lara, we're proud to have you! Congratulations and thank you for all you've done already for .
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
Replying to @_rahulraj @GroovinChip
They're mostly anonymized, except for who announced himself in a way the system couldn't obfuscate :)
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
In short, # issues probably turn out to be more a measure of popularity than quality. But for sure -- we have more to do here: more triage, faster responses to incoming issues, managing the incoming rate more effectively. Appreciate the feedback.
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
We also use the same issue tracker for plugins, API documentation and examples. Another point of comparison might be , which (while an older project) has a similar incoming rate to ours and a similar number of issues.
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
We can and will do better, for sure. But it's not quite an apples-to-apples comparison: I suspect their incoming rate is very different to ours (we're a much newer project); many of our "critical issues" relate to non-shipped platforms like Fuchsia, desktop or non-complete work.
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
Yeah, we're looking at a systematic approach to improve our pace of issue triage: our popularity has surged ahead of our headcount. Thanks for your patience. We do at least _have_ an open issue tracker, though :)
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
Reading through the many great comments you made in our recent developer survey. So many good insights and reminders. We go through every one: I'm about a third of a way through 120 pages of comments so far, and taking lots of notes!
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
This looks fun! Are there more levels?
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Tim Sneath Jun 12
If you're in the UK, this will be worth attending for sure!
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Tim Sneath Jun 11
Replying to @timheuer
I actually think Microsoft gets this better than most tech companies: they ride above whether they are "cool in the Valley" because they know that the typical US consumer doesn't even know what is in tech.
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Tim Sneath Jun 11
Replying to @timheuer
Oh, I wasn't even thinking about employees -- just noting the gap between everyone I know telling me that they've deleted their Facebook accounts / stopped checking Facebook and the actual numbers out there beyond our bubble.
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Tim Sneath Jun 11
Replying to @timsneath
And lastly -- there are soooo many cool mobile apps out there from companies you and I haven't yet heard of that are going to be disruptive. Again -- read the report, it's gold dust :)
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Tim Sneath Jun 11
Replying to @timsneath
Google are trusted still, again despite the technorati echo chamber suggesting otherwise. (Generalizable lesson - the US west coast doesn't represent the world.)
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Tim Sneath Jun 11
Replying to @timsneath
International isolation is ostrich-in-the-sand thinking - the world becomes ever more interconnected:
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