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The higher up the abstraction stack you work the less you seem to value the lower level abstractions that allow you to do it. It’s disheartening to see modern web developers valuing tooling but believing HTML and CSS are ignorable automated implementation details.
@NuttySwiss@UkiahSmith “Recently, I was asked if I was going to fire an employee who made a mistake that cost the company $600k. No, I replied, I just spent $600k training him. Why would I want somebody to hire his experience?”-Thomas J. Watson (IBM)
Thanks for going further by focusing on character.
Designers: icons for actions is A BAD IDEA. Just had to help my mum write an email on a tablet after years of using the Gmail app and thinking it was reading only. The fucking pencil icon means *nothing* and the paper aeroplane doesn’t mean “send” either. Use. Words. On. Buttons.
“If we make it so that you have to understand programming to even start, then we take something open and enabling, and place it back in the hands of those who are already privileged. I have plenty of fight left in me to stand up against that.”
@yoavweiss ‘On HTTP/2, you can do multiple requests at no extra network cost, but note that means that they are compressed separately, you don’t benefit from combined compression’, explains @yoavweiss#PerfNow