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Tim Wood
Wrote . Built . Programming computers for my current career, and studying architecture for my next one.
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l'art imite la réalité Sep 22
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Tim Wood Sep 22
In order to 'live on a prayer', you must be halfway there, but in order to be halfway there, you must first be a quarter of the way there, and before that, an eighth of the way there...
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Joanna Sep 15
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Mr.doob Sep 15
Today's request for . Crossing fingers 🤞
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Maggie Johnson-Pint Sep 15
Replying to @maggiepint
OH OH OH OH! One time our code was in Orphan Black! Someone wanted some code for the background of a shot panning over a computer. It was the bubbling code:
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Maggie Johnson-Pint Sep 14
Replying to @maggiepint
Gotta add - Tim, Iskren, Isaac, Kunal, Matt, and Lucas - You have been exceptional partners on this journey. And I've only ever met two of you IRL! That part of OSS is amazing.
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Matt Johnson-Pint Sep 14
Replying to @timtamiam
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Tim Wood Sep 14
You could also recommend using a build of moment that does not include locale data. is 19k, which is right in between your other recommendations of date-fns and luxon.
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Antonio Pacheco Sep 13
Étienne-Louis Boullée, Passivhaus pioneer
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TJ Holowaychuk 🙃 Sep 13
I just want to say I hope younger people who follow me will take their health seriously. No amount of grinding or stressful work is worth damaging your body long-term, I really regret not having a better balance, take your time, and good sleep is critical.
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Tim Wood Sep 13
Replying to @npm_run_dev
It’s not really a reaction to this, I made the decision years ago, this just reaffirmed it
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Tim Wood Sep 13
Replying to @coni2k
It’s a few years old now, but I think this still accurately describes my experience, at least towards the end.
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Tim Wood Sep 13
Replying to @maggiepint
FWIW, I’ve been checking in on the Temporal proposal from time to time and it really excites me. You are all doing great work on it!
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Tim Wood Sep 13
Replying to @maggiepint
Don’t worry about me, I’m in a good place now. I just have no interest in getting back into the ‘die a hero or live long enough to be an X considered harmful blogpost’ grind
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Tim Wood Sep 13
Seeing this continually pop up on my feed the last day or two has really reinforced my decision to never work on open source again
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JS Party Sep 10
The one where pauses the show to take a moment and thank the Moment.js team👏 > This is a really great example of web developers taking complexity and abstracting it away into a smooth API... (✂️ clipped from )
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Brent Bellamy Sep 1
I love this little building in Selkirk. Such a great facade.
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Tim Wood Jul 11
In the readme*
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Tim Wood Jul 11
I came up with the name on my own. I’m not sure if any Java library even existed at that time with that name. The only Java library I could find with the moment name now is moment4j, which says in the reader that it was based on momentjs
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getify Jul 9
Hey JS! Need your attention for a *moment* (pun intended). TC39 is working on Temporal, a powerful Date/Time API. They **REALLY** need real-world dev feedback! Quick blog post, with links to docs, cookbook, and polyfill: Don't miss the feedback survey.
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