Even after using vim for 4 years this happens more often than I care to admit.

A llama named Caesar the No Drama Llama boarded a tram in Portland with his handler Larry McCool to go to Wizard Con. This appears to be a factual statement.


This has definitely been my experience. I think DRY is a useful tool but taken to an extreme makes things worse. Definitely use DRY to clean up repeated values into constants. But complex abstractions tend to be wrong the first time.


Wife reading an animal picture book to the 1 y/o.

Wife: Tiger. Roar!
1 y/o: ...
Wife: Fish. Glug glug, glug glug.
1 y/o: ...
Wife: Giraffe... 🤔 I’m a giraffe!!
1 y/o: 🤨

‘Frontend’ is too broad a term in 2019. You can love HTML/CSS and not JavaScript, or visa-versa. I think that’s ok. But we need terminology for both when hiring and planning career paths. Good post on this topic by @[email protected]


👶 🦈 💩 💩, 💩 💩 💩 💩
👶 🦈 💩 💩, 💩 💩 💩 💩
👶 🦈 💩 💩, 💩 💩 💩 💩
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Trying out this new breakfast diet: items the kiddo rejects, normally before they’re chewed.

First time at the Polderbaan runway at Schiphol today! Just missed the A380 landing. Definitely going to get the ankle-biter hooked so I have someone to go with. 🛬🤓 polderbaan

I’ve been using DuckDuckGo for a few years now. I’ve never had issues with a lack of results and their developer focused features are 😙👌 https://twitter.com/dhh/status/1096849980566908928

I don't feel like I've ever used Sentry.io in a way where it feels like an essential part of running an app. Error reporting is essential yes. But specifically Sentry? 🤷‍♂️ Has anyone had a mind blowing experience with another error reporting tool for JS browser apps?