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— DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻 (@ThePracticalDev) April 16, 2019

http://twitter.com/ThePracticalDev/status/1118197876033818624
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Re-decentralizing the Web
Hot summer ☀️, hot protocols 🔥! We're excited to announce Ambients: a distributed computation protocol for peer-to-peer programs and data to re-decentralize the web. 🚀https://t.co/6qMr8xDoa8

— Haja Networks (@hajanetworks) July 24, 2019

http://twitter.com/hajanetworks/status/1154017813952159744
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8 hours ago
Distributed Tracing: Impact on Engineering Organizations
I run into this issue advocating internally, It's difficult making the benefits more concrete/accessible for non-observability people (who are already on board), but one of my attempts:https://t.co/NH36IpNTyF

— dm03514 (@dm03514) September 19, 2019

http://twitter.com/dm03514/status/1174833569417424897
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8 hours ago
Error prevention: One of the Usability Heuristics
"ISO 25000 describes the ‘error prevention’ as ‘degree to which a system protects users against making errors.’ In other words, designing a system in a way that it would try to make it hard for the user to commit the error."
https://t.co/xgFYixIxTB

— DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻 (@ThePracticalDev) April 25, 2019

http://twitter.com/ThePracticalDev/status/1121442512122580992
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React
Ah fuck it. Here's my thoughts on React - why I've found it and what it represents problematic even before recent events. https://t.co/DrxuYOR7z1

— Charlie Don't Surf (@sonniesedge) August 27, 2019

http://twitter.com/sonniesedge/status/1166247751497199622
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Panoramic Photos of Dogs
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Aaand... You're welcome!
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Tried package repository for Maven today.

No deletion or overwriting: no snapshots, just releases, ok

No…
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2 days ago
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I run into this issue advocating internally, It's difficult making the benefits more concrete/accessibl…
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"There are a number of ways to write more efficient Javascript, but in this article we’ll focus on Javascript optim…
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6 days ago
Mistake that cost thousands (Kubernetes, GKE)
"A mistake that cost thousands"

Interesting story about tuning autoscaling and resource requests for @kubernetesio on #GKEhttps://t.co/5AW1jKIVBa

— Alex Ellis (@alexellisuk) September 11, 2019

http://twitter.com/alexellisuk/status/1171840337809149957
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6 days ago
Experiences with approximating queries in Microsoft’s production big-data clusters
Microsoft have been using approximate query processing in their production big data cluster for some time now. Here's how it works and what they've learned so far: https://t.co/4izawAUqCr pic.twitter.com/sDrvdOO1I6

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) September 9, 2019

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/1171088377065725952
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6 days ago
Jak rychlá je reflexe na JVM?
Otestoval jsem jak jsou rychlé různé druhy reflexe na JVM https://t.co/43HTrLSO4B

— k47 (@kaja47) September 2, 2019

http://twitter.com/kaja47/status/1168568321647808513
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6 days ago
My favorite CSS hack
I have been copy-pasting this #css snippet for 5 years:

* { background-color: rgba(255,0,0,.2); }
* * { background-color: rgba(0,255,0,.2); }
* * * { background-color: rgba(0,0,255,.2); }

Here is why: https://t.co/kw1O2JhH4S pic.twitter.com/SQEo8bzKe8

— Gajus Kuizinas (@kuizinas) September 3, 2019

http://twitter.com/kuizinas/status/1168996089854406661
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6 days ago
Interactive checks for coordination avoidance
When can we make independent concurrent modifications to an object's state and when do we require coordination? And how can we help developers determine which case they are in? https://t.co/D80kG0BhXE pic.twitter.com/NU9t0f3EIr

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) August 28, 2019

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/1166739722724663296
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6 days ago
LiveCode is a modern day HyperCard
LiveCode is a modern-day HyperCard that runs on macOS, Windows and Linux and can generate standalone binaries for all those platforms plus Android and iOS https://t.co/tOKQuzX9fS

— John Arundel (@bitfield) August 27, 2019

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/1166487305953132544
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Twitter
RT : Kids today: "you mean the 'save' button represents some kind of physical storage disk? OMG"

Me today: "you mean 'u…
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"I conducted a little experiment where I logged the keyboard shortcuts I used in Intellij from roughly a days dev.…
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“Writers Write” at Devoxx UK 2019 | Alexander Schwartz
“Writers Write” BOF at #DevoxxUK - an unofficial write-up. Not only #asciidoc 🙃https://t.co/YZMGTegX9C

— Alexander Schwartz (@ahus1de) May 27, 2019

http://twitter.com/ahus1de/status/1133112847268012034
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9 days ago
Twitter
"A mistake that cost thousands"

Interesting story about tuning autoscaling and resource requests for
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10 days ago
Twitter
Microsoft have been using approximate query processing in their production big data cluster for some time now. Here…
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13 days ago
Bean Validation Anti-Patterns
Some thoughts about Bean Validation and some practices I consider anti-patterns. Let me know what you think :).https://t.co/NRNK5rRP7e

— Tom Hombergs () September 9, 2019

http://twitter.com/TomHombergs/status/1170974626295558145
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RT : STOP making fun of different programming languages

C is FAST

Java is POPULAR

Ruby is COOL

Python is BEAUTIFUL…
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RT : Step 1: Start with a product vision

Here's a format that works well. It's the elevator pitch template from…
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my new hobby this week: installing update 1903. So far the process failed about 15 times and keeps askin…
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Twitter
I have been copy-pasting this snippet for 5 years:

* { background-color: rgba(255,0,0,.2); }
* * { background…
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18 days ago
Should you be using Web Workers? (hint: probably not)
Should you be using Web Workers? (hint: probably not) https://t.co/GHIWTq5kcC pic.twitter.com/Shii2fYPje

— Quentin '🐧' ADAM () September 2, 2019

http://twitter.com/waxzce/status/1168635465584582657
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Should you be using Web Workers? (hint: probably not)
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19 days ago
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Oh yes, I get to be that guy telling others "you don't have OSGi issue, you have actual dependency probl…
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22 days ago
Choosing a cloud DBMS: architectures and tradeoffs
"Choosing a cloud DBMS: architectures and tradeoffs" Tan et al., VLDB'19 https://t.co/lSbiU7NhIC

How do you select a DBMS for your OLAP workloads on AWS?

— Adrian Colyer () August 30, 2019

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/1167338667846840320
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"Choosing a cloud DBMS: architectures and tradeoffs" Tan et al., VLDB'19
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23 days ago
Rýchle slajdy s `backslide` a `remark.js` | robonovotny
Nový scroll: Rýchle slajdy v Markdowne s backslide a remark.js https://t.co/O5kt4lbY3s pic.twitter.com/HAsqBbFSex

— Róbert Novotný () August 29, 2019

http://twitter.com/RoboNovotny/status/1167127356575801350
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Nový scroll: Rýchle slajdy v Markdowne s backslide a remark.js
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Consensus algorithms like Paxos rely on persistent storage for safety. If a node losses data then the node must cra…
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23 days ago
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When can we make independent concurrent modifications to an object's state and when do we require coordination? And…
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LiveCode is a modern-day HyperCard that runs on macOS, Windows and Linux and can generate standalone binaries for a…
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It's taken me a while to grok emojis are part of modern character sets, but I'm sold now - they're information dens…
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"The rule of least power – if something can built with technology lower down in the tech stack, it should be built…
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Ah fuck it. Here's my thoughts on React - why I've found it and what it represents problematic even before recent e…
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Some thoughts on GraphQL vs. BFF
Worthwhile post from @pcalcado on the relationship between GraphQL and the BFF (Back-end For Front-end) pattern. Key point is to beware of a One-Size-Fits-All API in any form, including GraphQLhttps://t.co/XAr6ReKGaq

— Martin Fowler (@martinfowler) July 12, 2019

http://twitter.com/martinfowler/status/1149688467829354501
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28 days ago
Statistical foundations of virtual democracy
It's not always possible to have every stakeholder vote on every decision. In virtual democracy agents learn to vote in their place... but how best to combine noisy estimates of preferences to make a decision? https://t.co/35durRXS7o

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) August 21, 2019

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/1164203022525898753
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28 days ago
Coherence Penalty for Humans - Wide Awake Developers
In this article @mtnygard points to scaling limits for groups of humans that can be deduced from the Universal Scaling Law.https://t.co/SHme9ftxaZ

— Michael Feathers (@mfeathers) July 15, 2019

http://twitter.com/mfeathers/status/1150792006693580800
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28 days ago
Born for it
Born for it - How the image of software developers came about written by @birgitta410 https://t.co/DsQ93m48r2

— Ana Luiza Cunha (@mcunhaana) August 7, 2019

http://twitter.com/mcunhaana/status/1159089346332495877
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28 days ago
Why Does Developing on Kubernetes Suck?
Kubernetes has changed the way I operate software. So why does *developing* software on Kubernetes suck? https://t.co/mfMfXTyn96

— Cloud Native DevOps (@cloudnatived) August 23, 2019

http://twitter.com/cloudnatived/status/1164982139546472454
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Nevidím medzi možnosťami BigDecimal.valueOf(double): "This is generally the preferred way to convert…
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29 days ago
Why Does Developing on Kubernetes Suck? | Tilt Blog
Kubernetes has changed the way I operate software. So why does *developing* software on Kubernetes suck?
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29 days ago
Why I Stopped Using Multiple Monitors - By
Wow. Pretty exactly my modus operandi. Over the years I settled on one 27”, using multiple desktops with different context.

Isn’t it funny? 3 monitors and than “where’s the distraction free editor mode?” https://t.co/lVAosbThkM

— Michael Simons (@rotnroll666) July 23, 2019

http://twitter.com/rotnroll666/status/1153538715609903115
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4 weeks ago
Thread by @dvassallo: "This is how I use the good parts of @awscloud, while filtering out all the distracting hype. 1/25 My background: I’ve been using AWS for 11 […]"
Hello, please find the unroll here: Thread by @dvassallo: "This is how I use the good parts of @awscloud, while filtering out all the distracting hype. 1/25 My background: I’ve be […]" https://t.co/Xr8zgjZCkK
Talk to you soon. 🤖

— Thread Reader App (@threadreaderapp) July 26, 2019

http://twitter.com/threadreaderapp/status/1154615858716663808
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4 weeks ago
Elder Scrolls: TECO – Ozymandias medzi editormi | robonovotny
„Postupnosť príkazov v editore TECO sa podobá viac šumu v prenosovej linke než čitateľnému textu“.

Dajme si teda tutoriál.

Nový scroll: TECO – Ozymandias medzi editormi.https://t.co/NGfgHlvNql pic.twitter.com/C64iHleFBO

— Róbert Novotný (@RoboNovotny) August 7, 2019

http://twitter.com/RoboNovotny/status/1159131312818720768
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4 weeks ago
Notes on a smaller Rust
Many people who use Rust feel that there must be a smaller, simpler variation on the same theme which would be a little less powerful, but much easier to use. I agree with them, but I think they are almost always wrong about what would need to change https://t.co/gVuThWvP0U

— John Arundel (@bitfield) August 18, 2019

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/1162957045781401601
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Twitter
It's not always possible to have every stakeholder vote on every decision. In virtual democracy agents learn to vot…
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4 weeks ago
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RT : Kid: are we there yet?
Me: no

Kid: are we there yet?
Me: no

Kid: are we there yet?
Me: no

Kid: are we there yet?…
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Many people who use Rust feel that there must be a smaller, simpler variation on the same theme which would be a li…
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Consistency in distr. storage systems is always not easy topic. TAPIR looks like a Interesting alternative to Paxos…
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Vidím, že to vi a sed bolo iba gateway drug k niečomu oveľa hroznejšiemu.

(A našiel som nedoeditovanú…
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„Postupnosť príkazov v editore TECO sa podobá viac šumu v prenosovej linke než čitateľnému textu“.

Dajme si teda…
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Tak mi pošuškal niektorý tutoriál. Ešte za dlhých zimných večerov zjednotím jedno a viacriadkové subst…
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Čerstvá skúsenosť, ešte to bolí: sed compiler na vytvorenie sed programu, čo nahradí niektoré jedno a…
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. and I had the pleasure of working with to optimize their AWS bill

Watching Honeycomb use…
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RT : Consider this my good deed of the day:

Back in 2008 two bodybuilders were arguing on the Internet about how many d…
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"Trust and authenticity are essential to a successful landing page. Creating these two X-factors (“quick authority”…
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One SQL to rule them all: an efficient and syntactically idiomatic approach to management of streams and tables
"One SQL to rule them all: an efficient and syntactically idiomatic approach to management of streams and tables" Begoli et al., SIGMOD'19 https://t.co/sJzcqh9mI8 #themorningpaper

An initiative to standardise streaming extensions to SQL. pic.twitter.com/EcfzSowz8P

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) July 3, 2019

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/1146320221155864576
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Hello, please find the unroll here: Thread by : "This is how I use the good parts of…
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Hot summer ☀️, hot protocols 🔥! We're excited to announce Ambients: a distributed computation protocol for peer-to-…
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Wow. Pretty exactly my modus operandi. Over the years I settled on one 27”, using multiple desktops with different…
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RT : Throwback to this years amazing Payara week and our adventure day out on the Severn Valley Railway. What an…
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Tales of the Autistic Developer - The Ecstasy of the Void - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
I've just written my first post on being an Autistic Developer: "The Ecstasy of the Void"

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I've just written my first post on being an Autistic Developer: "The Ecstasy of the Void"

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