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- John Resig
- John Resig
If you live in Brooklyn please double-check your absentee ballot. The one I received today was for another person and this doesn’t seem isolated. (Outer envelope was correct, security envelope was incorrect.) Contact @BOENYC if your ballot has issues! https://t.co/Jaf4buXqad
Finally managed to migrate my final couple side projects off of @DreamHost and closed down my account after 13 years! Had a great run, it supported a lot of great quick-and-dirty experimentation over the years. Just don't use it as much anymore!
Other people in tech, we come from a place of privilege! A couple other aggregators I've found that've been useful jumping-off points for finding places to donate to, or other ways of getting involved: https://t.co/WXa2xJZlth https://t.co/ufTosIQKlX #BlackLivesMatter
We need to be reaching out to City Councils to advocate for them to defund the police. I've found this to be a very valuable resource to help you contact the right people: https://t.co/n2sX6Alg4R #BlackLivesMatter
The Black Trans Advocacy Coalition is providing health & safety, advocating for housing equality, and fighting for employment equality for black trans people, and especially now to help all those affected by COVID-19. https://t.co/IIphPU5WD5 #BlackLivesMatter
The Loveland Foundation provides free therapy to black women and girls. https://t.co/2eKWpRrnRX #BlackLivesMatter
The Emergency Release Fund is bailing out trans people from Rikers here in NYC, both in general and especially in response to the devastating COVID-19 outbreaks there. https://t.co/LzlbJEvAqp #BlackLivesMatter
The National Police Accountability Project is working to end police misconduct through community outreach and legislative reform: https://t.co/wKn9hIEGxY #BlackLivesMatter
The Equal Justice Initiative is attempting to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the US while also fighting racial and economic injustice: https://t.co/90wA58g1Nr #BlackLivesMatter
Communities United for Police Reform is working to cut money from the NYPD budget, increase police transparency, and reduce unnecessary arrests: https://t.co/OpB9WqtZj3 #BlackLivesMatter
#BlackLivesMatter My heart aches at the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others. It's absolutely critical that we support the black community. We must defund the police and reinvest into social services. I'll update this thread with places I've donated.
The great turnip heist! We worked as a team and used 50mil bells to fill an island with turnips! https://t.co/vUXv62nQXq
New version of the GraphQL guide is out! @lorendsr has been working on tons of new material, it’s coming together really well! https://t.co/tulGOGEIDC
Went to the @BrooklynBotanic last weekend to catch all the beautiful spring flowers! So nice to see everything coming to life https://t.co/D4hSl3zXQy
Khan Academy has 800,000+ lines of JS (not including modules) - no matter how you slice it that's a lot to build either for a deploy or incrementally during development. The smart play seems to break things into smaller chunks (services?) but how do you handle shared code?
I haven't seen much written online about doing JS builds that are broken down into "services" that can be deployed independently of each other. Most seem to expect you to build the entire universe on every deploy. Webpack DLLs seem like they might get close - thoughts?
Did a mini-interview with @HenriHelvetica on the 14th anniversary of the release of jQuery! A great thread with lots of factoids inside - thank you Henri! https://t.co/48Q6Zyibu3
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