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Aaron Patterson   @tenderlove   11 months ago

(I am an open source person, oh no!)

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Anand Sharma   @aprilzero   over 1 year ago

Workspaces ranked by productivity: 1. shower 2. running 3. whiteboard 4. pen and paper 5. sleeping ... 99. on a computer

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Sandi Metz   @sandimetz   over 6 years ago

Slides from my 'all the little things' talk at #roa4 https://t.co/a0zSiXHcSy

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Rotating wheel control tutorial by @_funkyboy http://t.co/TV5t8qWNnP transferred to Ruby => https://t.co/VRzSmfTJtZ @RubyMotion

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Benedict Evans   @BenedictEvans   almost 6 years ago

Twitter is fantastically good at reinforcing your views on anything controversial, and fantastically bad for discussing them

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Henrik Joreteg   @HenrikJoreteg   over 3 years ago

Reminder: https://t.co/I3eh9ttWEp is awesome. It only sends polyfills *needed by browser making the request* which gets smaller over time.

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Amy Hoy   @amyhoy   over 6 years ago

why blacksmiths are better at startups than you http://t.co/lfy4z7IKzV http://t.co/1HtVw7wWAu

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Just released a CRDT library: thoroughly tested serializable PN counters and ORSWOTs in Clojure! @cmeik @xmal https://t.co/BGBWmcCKx8

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Slides to my #RailsIsrael talk on “The Value of Being Lazy, or How I Made OpenStruct 10X Faster”: https://t.co/TiTkMSTCRC.

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Dion Almaer   @dalmaer   about 9 years ago

A look at the iOS page transition.. the whoosh http://t.co/gxOs0Xl

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Peter Cooper   @peterc   over 4 years ago

Don't take this too seriously, but.. OOP theory vs OOP reality. /via https://t.co/XKjltezYK9 https://t.co/GcHVyC08Sl

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Avi Bryant   @avibryant   almost 7 years ago

This is awesome, and a great write-up: http://t.co/AFQOq3S63K. Now following @abeppu's @FeelBetterBot.

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Ray H   @rymndhng   over 2 years ago

Wrote about setting up https://t.co/Bu1ISnAzzQ.jdbc and Postgres to use Cursors! https://t.co/DVY4t8U3D2 #Clojure

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Dave Paola   @dpaola2   over 5 years ago

"If we’re lucky, the next 15 years will be about SQL databases quietly getting faster..." http://t.co/VMJ0AZSwp5

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From @StemmingsBlog: "The most important trait a designer can have is empathy." http://t.co/LMTWMWhVUM

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Ruby Inside   @RubyInside   over 2 years ago

Some Active Record Tricks for Building Better Queries: https://t.co/u4aJ5exJdd (Only 13 minutes but many Active Rec… https://t.co/Gmm7IxcW9x

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Data science built Quid's foundation. This free textbook covers the data science theory necessary in our modern world http://t.co/yrQ1VVBYiB

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![doc(steveklabnik)]   @steveklabnik   about 6 years ago

"single factor that most strongly correlates with both preferring and actually using a language is good libraries," http://t.co/cCYaM7k5a5

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Speck - amazing open source WebGL molecule viewer: http://t.co/3g7XQuOfAV (raytraced imposters, AO, DOF, FXAA) http://t.co/gCDPT6P87Z

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Mark Burnett   @m8urnett   almost 2 years ago

If looking at LED screens keeps me from falling asleep at nights, when don't they wake me up better when I stare at them in the mornings?

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David Nolen   @swannodette   about 5 years ago

If you use ClojureScript you need to bookmark this, shows the version where every single function was added/removed https://t.co/CIFrL8L5mb

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Leon Zandman   @leonzandman   over 6 years ago

'… because we're gods' #Microsoft #Word #source http://t.co/1SkKmjqvKP

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Binni Shah   @binitamshah   almost 4 years ago

Reverse Engineering using Chrome : https://t.co/KFMeFZ9vMy

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I answered: What consumer Internet companies had a large number of users but failed to monetize? (Short version: None.) http://t.co/kDzBqr7V

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“How to Use Classes and Sleep at Night” @dan_abramov https://t.co/NgaMJCR37H cc / @ElGrecode

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