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Koen van Gilst
Developer | JavaScript, Node & React | German, English & Dutch | certified philosopher, ex-translator
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Koen van Gilst Jul 18
Staat nu op naam van Logius, wat weer onder het Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijkrelaties lijkt te vallen. De ranges en benamingen zijn eigenlijk toe aan een update...
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Koen van Gilst Jul 18
het is alweer een tijdje geleden, dus heel precies weet ik niet meer, denk combinatie van Google en whois:
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Koen van Gilst Jul 13
A tunnel in Amsterdam made for cyclists, I can’t wait to try this out!
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Koen van Gilst Jul 13
really nice, love the little fading animations as you undo actions!
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Koen van Gilst May 29
So true, but also ouch! “...Scrum might in fact provide value. But it is not clear if this is value for the companies developing software and the hard-working software developers or for those who offer services in and around the Scrum”
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Koen van Gilst May 22
Completely agree with this article. After years of testing with Enzyme and mocking state, redux stores and what not, using react-testing-library feels like a liberating revolution. It’s almost magical how easy and useful it makes frontend testing!
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Koen van Gilst May 19
I’m all in favor of gender equality but this is still a bridge too far, we’ve all seen what this can lead to with Trump et al. Maybe in a few 100 years when evolution has run it’s course.
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Koen van Gilst May 18
Proof that Google is reading your emails, feels scary seeing my purchases with details from as far back as 2003. 😨🤔
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ITNEXT May 17
Using React Hooks with canvas by at . (f)
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Jaana B. Dogan May 15
True wealth is having time to read the books you buy.
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Koen van Gilst May 15
The Facebook dev team decided to also open source their lunch dates 😂
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Koen van Gilst May 11
Replying to @dorushiva
Ja ik zou graag eens iets anders proberen dan iPhone, maar keus is nogal beperkt als je geen Google wil
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Koen van Gilst May 11
Works both ways: For me this is the main reason not to buy a Pixel. I don’t feel comfortable giving up even more of my privacy to Google.
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Koen van Gilst May 10
Replying to @unsplash
Still amazed at how many views my photos are getting on . I mean, Flickr was never this good back in the days.
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Koen van Gilst May 10
Published a new photo on of one of my bicycle trips through the vineyards of Alsace, France.
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Koen van Gilst May 10
Replying to @LucP
definitely, should be at the top
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Koen van Gilst May 10
Replying to @IamStan
I think any of the more high level languages, like Python or Java will still be around, but they're not used by everyone all the time (like sql, bash and git are now)
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Koen van Gilst May 10
Replying to @IamStan
What would you bet on? Sql seems pretty timeless, less sure about git though.
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Koen van Gilst May 10
I'm creating a list of timeless programming skills, i.e. technical skills that will still be relevant in 20 years time. - sql - bash - git Any more suggestions?
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Feross 🧙🏼‍♂️✨ May 8
Stop what you're doing and turn on "Auto-delete your Web & App Activity" in your Google account: Set it to the minimum "Keep for 3 months". Once you've done that, also turn off as many tracking options as you can here: ✌️
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