This means that @dragonmantank and I will be working together again (this time, it will not be in an abandoned warehouse)
The referee is entitled to one discretionary guitar shot, you can check it it's in the rules #SummerSlam
I don't endorse RMS.
But I do use Arch, btw.
(I don't. I use Fedora.)
I feel like it's my duty that if I take my family to Chicago I also have to take them to Shoeless Joe's, just to remember all the good times I had at #phptek
OK, I feel like I'm on crazy pills. I was doing this in like 2008 via AJAX calls in jQuery. This was also like "the way" to do reactive layouts in like Drupal 6.
We stopped because returning JSON became the new hotness.
Developers forget history faster than we build things.
1/ Hotwire is the new React
I remember when React was the new kid on the block, but I think the JS fatigue is real, and everyone needs a brea…
Can't say I disagree, because I don't think FOSS should ever move toward centralization. GitHub has it's merits, but I have felt that alternatives get lost along the way just because no one can spend as much as GH/MS can on developer mindshare
All of this.
We're all people and adults, act like it. You attract and keep users by having a good product, not by crapping on competitors or being sneaky.
We're back to in-person conferences again, #DevRel family, and you may find yourself at a conference with 'competitor' companies, either in a nearby booth or just roaming the halls.
Here's a refresher course on how to behave since it's been a while!
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