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Justin Falcone   @modernserf   22 days ago

On "database normalization" https://t.co/ghORDMJ2dF

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Justin King   @JK_Dynamic_D   23 days ago

Those of you following @QuinnyPig may have seen this talk before ... but if you haven't seen this talk I highly HIG… https://t.co/hGdOxK42yY

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Marke Hallowell   @indiefan   23 days ago

@skarra @QuinnyPig Totally, but that's one of the things I found humbling. As an engineer it's easy for me to get c… https://t.co/3BgMrr8isE

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Ruby Inside   @RubyInside   23 days ago

The Art of Writing a Good Ruby Gem Specification: https://t.co/t8R6tx7ITM

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John Cutler   @johncutlefish   23 days ago

Tip for people going remote for the first time 1 remote hr = 2.5 in-office hours.

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since everybody (who's responsible) is canceling in-person events & subsequently The Vibe is all about making shit… https://t.co/BTVQwfoQJk

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Hi friends, based on a Twitter conversation yesterday I built: https://t.co/6vgV8d9x61 to track Django's release cy… https://t.co/bI3p6uvR7j

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Molly Waggett   @mollywaggett   25 days ago

the scariest thing about COVID-19 is that it looks like a JIRA ticket

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Brendan Mahony   @bmaho2211   25 days ago

2 years ago I went through YC. At the time, we worked 100hr weeks, talked to no one, & burnt-out. My story 👇… https://t.co/f9Z5rw8FSn

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Marc Brooker   @MarcJBrooker   26 days ago

"Complex ideas lead to complex implementations" is easy to say, but is clearly not true. Let's look at some example… https://t.co/EbceNhE4qV

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Nate Berkopec   @nateberkopec   26 days ago

What people think software performance work is: algorithms, big O notation, silicon design, concurrency and paralle… https://t.co/BZC8XGw1kM

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@nelhage   @nelhage   28 days ago

New article: Thinking of test suites as classifiers. https://t.co/093wsljF8M

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andrew blinn   @disconcision   28 days ago

Projection boxes (Sorin Lerner, CHI2020) https://t.co/3yOhOzNC0l https://t.co/voIeLXk5Z9

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DavidGArnold   @DavidGArnold   28 days ago

Important ferret information https://t.co/ecM0u3Oxjq

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Sam Saffron   @samsaffron   28 days ago

The linked bug has been holding us up on upgrading @Docker for multiple years, we are looking to fund a fix, anyone… https://t.co/1YHMYjpDUG

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John Cutler   @johncutlefish   29 days ago

this sucks, but is amazing Friend's team at BigCo has run a shadow no-sprints / no-points / measure bets / start t… https://t.co/NAsZA7R9tu

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SwiftOnSecurity   @SwiftOnSecurity   29 days ago

We’ve come full circle. Static pages with a list of blue links is the most impressive thing on the web right now. https://t.co/7iv37Btsu6

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Nikita Прокопов   @nikitonsky   29 days ago

This is an important diagram, so I took a liberty improving it a little. Before/after: https://t.co/1lv8iWTdB6

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Mekka Okereke   @mekkaokereke   30 days ago

A quick thread on the dangers of OKRs, performance reviews, and pedantry that can happen if we lose sight of what a… https://t.co/pnt2RdowNc

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Boiled this out of some observations of code reviews across multiple orgs and teams. Lower right is my home quadran… https://t.co/qKFnC0axwq

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John Cutler   @johncutlefish   about 1 month ago

Really enjoying this Domain-Driven Design Heuristics site. @kenny_baas et al https://t.co/OhK36JKb8x

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John Cutler   @johncutlefish   about 1 month ago

Pushback again MVPs is often rooted in pragmatic fear. People never feel they are able to go back and refine what t… https://t.co/5w2JoSERSg

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I want to help Simon Wardley enter "Backward Causality" into the common vocabulary of business consultants: https://t.co/xMRCj9zVcU

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The border is my personal bubble. Padding is how much space I need inside my bubble, margin is how much I need ever… https://t.co/5gWXJyNZ28

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Jeff Atwood   @codinghorror   about 1 month ago

"the older I get the more I am enjoying dumb verbose code, over fancy concise code" via @samsaffron https://t.co/cNJkMr4IUb

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