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- John Resig
- John Resig
Had a great time chatting with @christoomey, on the @_bikeshed podcast, all about the changing shape of frontend technology, knowing when to adopt new tech, and frontend development at @khanacademy! https://t.co/YDnrE48P5P
Apparently @Mailchimp will completely delete your account and mailing lists without warning if you haven’t used them in a while. Not even an email notice! Completely baffled at how bad their customer service is! Instantly losing a huge fan.
I was on the JS Party podcast earlier this month with @jerodsanto and @noopkat to talk about why I like GraphQL: https://t.co/xv2SZCMLig Also talked about the GraphQL Guide I'm writing with @lorendsr! https://t.co/aNXIHmxJOQ
RT @mayli: Finally! I kicked off our Khan Academy Design blog with a post: Why design at Khan Academy? (I am terrified of writing on the internet but I love this team too much to not write about them!)
Check it out: https://t.co/c8goeesv3W
P.S. We are hiring! Help spread the word.
RT @landscapesounds: Announcing LANDSCAPE MUSIC: RIVERS & TRAILS, a nationwide series of concerts in Fall 2018 featuring #LandscapeMusic World Premieres commemorating the 50th Anniversaries of the National Trails System Act and the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act! https://t.co/fMB07KMdHL #Trails50 #WSR50 https://t.co/qu3KczNgj1
A belated follow-up to this tweet - the book is happening! It's going to be quite a bit bigger and cover lots of topics (including Apollo + React, GraphQL + Node.js, and mobile). I'm writing it with @lorendsr! Beta is available now: https://t.co/S1YfL72vfz
I'm excited to announce the beta release of The GraphQL Guide, a new book about GraphQL I'm co-authoring with @lorendsr! https://t.co/S1YfL72vfz
Final version of my print is done! Based on a William Rice design I’m very pleased with how it turned out. Even, rich, colors - and not many mistakes! Can’t wait to tackle my next print. https://t.co/0zMhhDQXLb
Starting work on v2 of this print (inspired by a William Rice design). I'm starting to get clean enough pulls that you can actually see the woodgrain in the pigment!! (this is super hard) Still a long way from it but you see this in high-quality classic Edo-period prints. Yess! https://t.co/eZyGWEwV0g
@tynan Set up alerts for Gekko here: https://t.co/sflrobmUbg and https://t.co/0jl0kDbsDe however you'll probably have the best luck here: https://t.co/J7KCea4Su2 - weekly auctions, the sold archive is private but I can see bunches of Gekkos sold just recently (572 sold in total!).
Having fun at the @bklynbotanic for Sakura Matsuri! It’s great to see so many people out celebrating nature and Japanese culture! https://t.co/F3Fdvwk5hL
The last 6 weeks I've been taking a Japanese Woodblock Printing class at @mgcnewyorkcity and I've finally made a print I'm not embarrassed to show! I'm going to start over and try to do even better. I can't wait to do more designs, so challenging and fun! 🏻🖼 https://t.co/r1MX57XsVW
Quick anecdote: my father is an actual real architect - we got a good laugh out of my new title and when I explained it to him he said "that sounds exactly like what I do!" Definitely made me feel good about the change and further reinforced that I'm my father's son
I love this form of problem solving but I'm still struggling to define it in a way that doesn't sound really boring? Maybe this is a very-delayed New Years resolution - to try and communicate what software architecture is to me and why it's important.
It's been a long journey but I'm continually realizing that technology in-and-of itself doesn't solve anything. You have to understand the people and the problems and fix the processes at the core in order to make improvement.
I had a major career change this past fall: I became an Architect at Khan Academy and I've been doing almost no actual coding, much more planning, organization, management, and mentorship. I really enjoy it but it's been a tremendous change for me!
This was my first tweet since December... I've been struggling to figure out how to use Twitter in a way that's meaningful to me. It's easy to get into a rut and just not post anything. I'm constantly torn between my professional and personal interests. https://t.co/2Jc0TrEoZV
These photos really underscore the importance of high quality photography when digitizing collections. Even though the resolution isn't much different, image #1 (old photo) has messy contrast and no detail, whereas the recent photo is fantastic! Source: https://t.co/ulFxoLmF5H https://t.co/0sykAIu58P
2017 is coming to a close but I got to spend it with my family and my wonderful, and adorable, nieces and nephew! Hopeful for 2018 and beyond! https://t.co/y4HrzfLN1N
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