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chrismunns@chrismunns
It's that time again. Sitting in the room with the entire Lambda PM + DA team talking about 2020. What do YOU want AWS to build? #serverless #awsLambda
chrismunns@chrismunns
I am literally sitting in a room with the rest of the Lambda PM team planning 2019. What do YOU want us to build? #serverless #awslambda
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Mikeal Rogers@mikeal
What tools do people use for working with binary in JS across Node.js and the browser that avoids a full Buffer polyfill in the browser? I have not found a good solution yet.
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Nate Silver@NateSilver538
These aren't backtested results. All real forecasts made in real time, in advance of events. One think this exercise demonstrates is that Nassim Taleb (@nntaleb) has no idea what he's talking about, but I thought everybody knew that already.
Michael Kaufman@KaufmanMic
+@NateSilver538 are you backtesting the predictions you made *immediately before* events? If I understand correctly, @nntaleb criticized 538 predictions made too far before events as over-confident due to underconsidering epistemological uncertainty.
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Overcast@OvercastFM
Getting multiple reports of ad-blocking VPNs or other network-wide ad blockers causing failed downloads for @NPR podcasts (and possibly others). I’m still looking into specifics, but in every case of reported @NPR download trouble recently, disabling ad blockers has fixed it.
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Mikeal Rogers@mikeal
Hard decisions are hard. `request` is done. I wrote up my thoughts on the project’s history and its place, or lack-thereof, in the future of JS.
Request’s Past, Present and Future · Issue #3142 · request/request
Before I go into the details and reasoning I’ll get straight to the point. The most valuable thing request can do for the JavaScript ecosystem is to go into maintenance mode and stop considering ne...
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Sharon Su@doodlyroses
The people who manufacture bathtub trays seem to have no idea what women actually do in the bath and I find that strangely comforting
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Ashley Bischoff@FriendlyAshley
✈️ I’ll be headed to #ACES2019 tomorrow, and it so happens that this is the first time that I’ll be flying Southwest. Is there anything that I should know about the way that Southwest does things? (I already have EarlyBird Check-In¹, if that helps?) 1. southwest.com/html/generated…
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Linda Holmes@lindaholmes
"I've discovered how to monetize podcasts: CHARGE FOR THEM AND ONLY LET PEOPLE WHO PAY FOR THEM HEAR THEM." Yes, congratulations, Einstein. A fresh new idea indeed.
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Luminary@hearluminary
| ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄| | PODCASTS | | DON'T | | NEED | | ADS | | _______| (\__/) || (•ㅅ•) || /   づ #Luminary
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MICHAEL JACKSON@mjackson
Snap a pic of your workspace RIGHT NOW. Here's mine:
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Pocket Casts@pocketcasts
Thanks to everyone who helped us beta test version 7 for Android. We got so much great feedback and watched our little baby evolve and change in so many awesome ways. Now it’s time for the baby to leave the nest. Version 7 is now available to all! 🚀🤖
Pocket Casts 7 for Android
Those who follow us closely will know that our big version 7 update was a long time in the making. It brought major features like being able to play without subscribing, Up Next syncing and even Listening History. Late last year we launched it on Android as an open beta.
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Adam Davidson@adamdavidson
A lot of confusion about subscription-based podcasting. My view: most great podcasts will be subscription-based and you should be very, very happy about that. It is NOT about taking something "free" and making you pay for it. Ad-support is a specific business model. 1.
NYT Business@nytimesbusiness
Luminary's exclusive podcasting lineup includes offerings from John Cameron Mitchell, Lena Dunham, Guy Raz and Adam Davidson
With Big Stars and Paid Subscriptions, Luminary Aims to Be the Netflix of Podcasts
Luminary is unveiling nearly $100 million in funding and a subscription-based business model that it hopes will push podcasting into a new phase of growth.
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Sam Saccone@samccone
It perplexes me how every modern web framework that supports server side rendering couples itself to a node runtime. The reality is most companies cannot simply add a node runtime to their production environment.
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Willian Max@WillianMax
O Apple Music voltou a bagunçar minha biblioteca, que beleza.
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Thiago Mobilon@mobilon
“A esquerda perdeu por sofrer de alergia à aritmética” 👌🏻
Cristovam Buarque@Sen_Cristovam
A esquerda fracassou por ter sonhos utópicos sem ver os limites impostos pela realidade eco e política, agora não quer ou não é capaz de novos sonhos levando em conta limites de fiscais, econômicos, ecológicos, políticos. A esquerda perdeu por sofrer de alergia à aritmética.
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Sam Altman@sama
I think 2017 was around when it stopped being an obviously good idea for startups to be in the bay area, but it’s been somewhat obscured by a massive surge in availability of cheap seed funding.
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Kelsey Hightower@kelseyhightower
Kubernetes is for people building platforms. If you are a developer building your own platform (AppEngine, Cloud Foundry, or Heroku clone), then Kubernetes is for you.
👊🏼 👅 👉🏼@ijoeyguerra
Who’s it for then?
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Bret Taylor@btaylor
Here’s a silly Google Maps origin story about how “Satellite” was almost named “Bird Mode”
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Holly Brockwell@holly
Excuse me, it is 2019, where are my Arcologies
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Keith Cirkel@Keithamus
All of GitHub's menus & dialogs work without JavaScript. The brilliant @muanchiou figured out that `<details>` elements could make popover menus work without JS github.com/muan/details-o…! We've got open source helpers too: github.com/github/details… github.com/github/details…
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