Here is a nice list of companies I stay away from 😂
Jokes apart it's honestly terrifying the amount of data companies can gather and exploit at will 😱

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RT @EricaJoy@twitter.com

information amazon will have about people:

maps of homes (astro/irobot/roomba)
medical records (onemedical)
home network activity (eero)
voice samples (alexa)
video of homes (ring/blink home/astro)
grocery habits (whole foods)
vehicle movement (echo auto)

+more i can’t fit here twitter.com/ben11kehoe/status/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/EricaJoy/status/15

As the clients are on vacation, the next weeks will be the most productive ever 🎉

A much more reasonable solution that should have been the first call, instead of a rushed decision after the huge backlash for the original position @gitlab@twitter.com

RT @gitlab@twitter.com

We discussed internally what to do with inactive repositories.
We reached a decision to move unused repos to object storage.
Once implemented, they will still be accessible but take a bit longer to access after a long period of inactivity.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gitlab/status/1555

♥️💔

RT @leenisabel@twitter.com

Spontaneous torch vigil in Star Trek Online’s Starfleet Academy for Nichelle Nichols. Trekkies show love in every corner of the fandom. 💔

🐦🔗: twitter.com/leenisabel/status/

😂😂😂😂 in effetti vedi te in che elezioni mi tocca votare la prima volta alla tenera età di 47 anni

RT @aliceavallone@twitter.com

Certo @repubblica@twitter.com, in effetti poveri nati negli anni 70/80 che non hanno mai potuto votare.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/aliceavallone/stat

I'm back working on the repositories to clean them up to ease the work of the team.
Wow, I don't really remember a thing of those packages are supposed to work 🤪

I learnt to love squash on merge quite a while ago, and I never regretted.
It made my life and team work much easier, and navigating the project history a much better experience 🎉
And that's a great summary of my own experience and solved pain points.

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RT @_JacobTomlinson@twitter.com

Sometimes I see contributors rebasing and squashing their changes to keep their PRs as a single clean commit. But this actually makes reviewing harder and takes more time.

I wrote a quick blog post on the benefits of messy PRs and squashing on merge.

jacobtomlinson.dev/posts/2022/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/_JacobTomlinson/st

👇 parole definitive (ovviamente saranno ignorate)

RT @suzukimaruti@twitter.com

Ho già scritto tutto su @ilpost@twitter.com più di 4 anni fa: il problema non sono le modalità di offerta politica della sinistra, ma la domanda. Parafrasando i Megadeath: “Sinistra sells but who’s buying?”.

ilpost.it/enricosola/2018/03/0

(segue)

🐦🔗: twitter.com/suzukimaruti/statu

When you say you do , but pushing two tags at the same time completely destroys your infrastructure

My totally diy-inept self is totally proud for fixing the coffee machine with a paper cup and a wood knife 💪

"Apexes and exits, apexes and exits" TFW some random videogame quotes resonate more than apparently deeper pearls of wisdom

Why, of all times, the nearby bar is closed on Mondays? 😒

2yo dancing on the tunes of beastie boys, while ignoring baby shark. I am proud of him 💪

Controversial opinion: if 2022 will see NFT and cryptocurrencies crash and burn, I could say it's been a good year

IDK if it's teams that's it's a trashfire itself, or it just makes so hard to properly configure it, but I keep receiving emails from people notifying me they have written something in teams chat, because automatic notifications fails to be sent 🤨

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