๐Ÿ‘ปi am the ghost of friday afternoon deployment past, heed my lesson ๐Ÿ‘ป

RT @kvlly@twitter.com

Happy Friday, friends!

You know what time it is:

ใ€€ ๏ผผ๏ผผ push
ใ€€ใ€€ ๏ผผ( อกยฐ อœส– อกยฐ)
ใ€€ใ€€ใ€€ >ใ€€โŒ’ใƒฝ
ใ€€ใ€€ใ€€/ ใ€€ ใธ๏ผผ
ใ€€ใ€€ /ใ€€ใ€€/ใ€€๏ผผ๏ผผto
ใ€€ใ€€ ๏พšใ€€ใƒŽใ€€ใ€€ ใƒฝ_ใค
ใ€€ /ใ€€/|
ใ€€| ไธฟ ๏ผผ โŒ’) production
ใ€€| |ใ€€ใ€€) /
ใƒŽ )ใ€€ใ€€L๏พ‰

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/kvlly/status/11394

The new @ffconf@twitter.com website is up! A bunch of familiar faces in the header, including @ThisIsJoFrank@twitter.com @KimberleyCook91@twitter.com @cassiecodes@twitter.com @ninjanails@twitter.com and yours truly: ffconf.org/

RT @dereknahman@twitter.com

Everyone! My circumstances have changed and I really really, and I mean really REALLY, need a junior front end/full stack job in Berlin. Here's my GitHub and personal site: github.com/kirsty-simmonds and kirsty-simmonds.github.io/

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/dereknahman/status

I feel like I'm missing something, but I tried a few different module export approaches, and imported them in a fresh @CreateReactApp@twitter.com install. Destructured imports always caused the build to include the entire package. The only thing that worked was importing the subdirectory.

Is there any way to structure a JS package so that you can import individual modules from it like `import { ComponentName } from 'package-name'` without having to import the entire package?

This works: `import ComponentName from 'package-name/component-name'` but it's not ideal?

RT @DavidKPiano@twitter.com

"I guess accessibility is important to some people, we'll get around to it"

Developers at conferences:

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/DavidKPiano/status

RT @seldo@twitter.com

@TatianaTMac@twitter.com @jhsilverman@twitter.com This is my canonical position on the topic, though I've added some nuance since 5 years ago: seldo.com/weblog/2014/08/26/yo

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/seldo/status/11385

RT @dionnecf@twitter.com


BBC is offering a free 14 week software engineering training course for women. Should you know anyone that may be interested, please share...

No tech experience needed.

Apply by July 5th.


๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/dionnecf/status/11

Stoked that my team are finally able to announce that we've open-sourced our product Kedro! Coming soon: Kedro-Viz (the bit that I've been working on for the last year or so), which provides a web-based UI to visualise your data pipelines

RT @chris_wigley@twitter.com

Super proud to be opening our core @quantumBlack@twitter.com development framework to the community today. Watch the videos and access the codebase via the link below

Introducing Kedro: The open source library for prod-ready ML code link.medium.com/cGwdn67TeX

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/chris_wigley/statu

RT @RichardWestenra@twitter.com

@juancarlito88@twitter.com If you look up my address on Streetview, you can see me unlocking my bike in the morning, then exiting my block of flats to go to work ๐Ÿ˜‚

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/RichardWestenra/st

RT @quantumblack@twitter.com

just announced the โ€˜โ€™Ones to Watch 2019โ€™โ€™ and we are so proud to see that @quantumblack@twitter.comโ€™s front-end engineer, Huong Nguyen has made the list! quantumblack.co/2HSRmkb

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/quantumblack/statu

RT @monicalent@twitter.com

๐Ÿ‘‹ Question: Have you ever decided NOT to use an open source package for a library/framework/tool, etc. because you did not agree ethically with the practices of the parent company developing it? (Pls RT for more data ๐Ÿค“)

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/monicalent/status/

RT @elibelly@twitter.com

Berlin's hottest club is everywhere because it's SO FUCKING HOT IN BERLIN TODAY โ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธ

๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ”—: twitter.com/elibelly/status/11

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