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Tom Dale
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@c̲hris̲epps̲tein 7h
Y'all like to make fun here on twitter dot com but LinkedIn is killing it lately. Not just at a product level, our engineering organization is maturing. It's an interesting time to be working here.
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Tom Dale 10h
Replying to @searls
Now I've seen you in blue and I've seen you in yellow / But only you red will do for this fellow / 'Cause you are the Abbot to my Costello / And you are the fruit to my loom
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Chris Krycho 14h
A 100% open-source 3.1 app written in with the maximum strictness the Ember type defs support and making heavy use of decorators. This. is. awesome! Props to and his team at !
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@c̲hris̲epps̲tein Apr 25
It occurs to me that CSS Blocks and OptiCSS are 100% TypeScript and have been since the first line of code. I know that’s true for Glimmer too. What other open source projects are typescript?
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simplabs 20h
🚀we have finally released ember-test-selectors v1.0.0 🎉 included is: nothing ... just like we only cleaned up deprecated APIs for this major release :)
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Tom Dale Apr 25
🎶 From the day we arrive on the planet And blinking, step into the Sun… 🎶
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Tom Dale Apr 24
Replying to @tomdale
One of the reasons I love CSS Blocks is that I can write intuitive, component-scoped CSS rulesets and have the compiler generate the speed/size-optimized output for me.
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Tom Dale Apr 24
CSS Blocks changes the game. Amazing work by and .
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Tom Dale Apr 23
Thrilled to be at for ’s book launch! Miss Ex-Yugoslavia in stores now!
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Ember NYC Apr 23
This Thursday night, Ember NYC is on with on Testing Ember Apps the Modern Way, as well as and with lightning talks! Details & RSVP:
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Jen Weber Apr 22
Today I submitted a talk to a general tech conference, and I encourage other Ember devs to do the same! It's important to step outside of the framework bubble. I'm always happy to help review conference proposals or connect you with other reviewers.
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Justin Searls Apr 20
Over the past two years, a number of people have told me stories of unchecked conflicts of interest, pay-to-play schemes, and exploitation of the community's goodwill on the part of and . This is the first I've seen it said publicly
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Aaron Patterson Apr 20
Replying to @samphippen @indirect
I was one of the people that privately contacted the RT board about unethical fundraising tactics and conflicts of interest. When says “cutting lines of communication” it’s quite literal. ’s response was to block me. 🤷‍♀️
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plant-projects Apr 18
Learning EmberJS taught me javascript, going to EmberConf taught me how to be a public speaker, participating in the women-in-ember slack channel gave me community. Thank you for being on this journey with me.
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Tom Dale Apr 19
So started watching The Shape of Water on the plane, but somehow she mixed it up with Hidden Figures, and I’ve never seen anyone more confused during a movie.
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Lady Zahra Apr 18
Never been more excited about an amazon delivery!!! 📦 😍😍 CAN’T WAIT TO READ THIS BADBOY!
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Jessica Jordan Apr 18
For anyone who's enjoying technical and who has been wondering what has been up to these days, this is an awesome dive into it 🐹🎧:
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Melanie Sumner 👾💥 🐹 Apr 18
"Ember is the energizer bunny of JS frameworks" 🐹😂👍💯 pssst if you were curious about Ember TODAY this is a great listen!!
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Kim Kardashian West Apr 17
Wait...EVERYTHING?!?!?! 🙋🏻‍♀️
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Tom Dale Apr 17
Manhattan: We Have Bedrock™
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