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Trent Willis
🖥 Builder of Web Things 🎙 Conference Speaker ⚡️ Project Lead 🎧 Listener of Loud Music 🤘 Big Fan of 🍕
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Trent Willis 11h
Replying to @robdel12
Ah nice. West coast beaches are great, but definitely not much tech around Fort Myers (or most of Florida). The weather is nice in the winter haha. I've grown accustomed to SF Bay summers, so now my comfort zone is like 55-75 degrees lol
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Trent Willis 11h
Replying to @tmqdev
Haha, I have never heard that! And I was born and raised in Florida 😂
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Trent Willis 11h
Replying to @tmqdev
Nope...I think I'm missing a reference here lol
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Trent Willis 11h
Replying to @robdel12
Cool! I'm in the Tampa Bay area currently. Will be over on the east coast in a few days though. I grew up in a small city called Jensen Beach, so visiting family
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Chrome Developers 11h
🔥 The Intl.ListFormat API enables localized formatting of conjunctions (e.g. “a, b, and c”) or disjunctions (“a, b, or c”) without sacrificing performance. and Frank explain:
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Kerri Hicks Dec 17
Hot tip: When you write alt text for an image, put a period at the end of it. It causes screen readers to pause slightly, making for a better reading experience.
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Trent Willis 12h
Been in Florida less than 48 hours and have already seen an alligator 🐊
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Trent Willis Dec 17
I'm not a fan of "Did you like the talk? Yes/No" feedback being given to speakers. It does nothing except communicate to them that there is SOMETHING they can improve but they'll never know WHAT it is. That's harmful more than anything.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Replying to @trentmwillis
If you're afraid giving someone access to a search engine is going to make it easy for unqualified people to get through, that says more about the questions you're asking and your evaluation abilities than about the candidate.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Replying to @trentmwillis
No one writes the code they're shipping in a vacuum of reference material and without the ability to actually test it, so expecting that in an interview is unrealistic.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Replying to @trentmwillis
I've never written code I was expected to ship on a whiteboard. If I'm ever expected to write code that could actually execute and "do the thing", it should be on a laptop where it can, you know, actually execute. AND I should have access to normal resources, like MDN and Google.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Replying to @trentmwillis
Whiteboard interviews where the whiteboard is a communication tool are (usually) good. Discussing architecture, design patterns, potential solutions, even sketching out some pseudo-code; these are all things I've done on the job.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Replying to @trentmwillis
Not all whiteboard interviews are bad. I've been in several whiteboard interviews I thought were good. The primary differentiator for me is if I'm expected to write "executable" code. "Executable whiteboard" interviews are ineffective at really gauging someone's skills.
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Trent Willis Dec 14
Seeing folks discuss whiteboard interviews again and I have some thoughts I'd like to share on the matter...
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Pluralsight Dec 13
We’re unlocking our entire course catalog for the weekend. It’s up to you to unlock the skills.
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Trent Willis Dec 13
Replying to @trentmwillis
For more info and the slides (to go through at your own pace), you check out the talk on Notist:
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Trent Willis Dec 13
Great! That's what I was going for! I use Keynote's "magic move" animation to accomplish those effects
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Trent Willis Dec 13
Thanks! I"m glad you enjoyed it 😁 I used Keynote for the slides
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Trent Willis Dec 13
Replying to @robdel12
Yep! Looks like you'd use the `CSS.forcePseudoState` method from the protocol (not sure if there is a wrapper method for it in Puppeteer):
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Trent Willis Dec 13
This is a big reason why I think Puppeteer is such an exciting project! Can't wait for there to be more cross-browser compatibility
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