heya @bentleycook, one of my trello browser plugins, Collapsible Lists (https://t.co/BDsCQSQcWw) stopped working recently - wondering if something changed about how drag/drop works in Trello? If any FE devs that could point me in the right direction it's much appreciated!— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) February 3, 2019
Project North Star is a Leap Motion full augmented reality platform that promises to allow you to chart and sail the waters of a new world, where the digital and physical substrates exist as a single fluid experience https://t.co/YBHWhya7sQ | https://t.co/CX4KuKrc9K pic.twitter.com/DkuMxMJre7— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) February 1, 2019
50 years from now, all meals will be bought from outside — and people will find it strange that we used to have these mini factories in our homes to make our own food, just as we find it strange that people use to sew their own clothes.— Florent Crivello (@Altimor) November 17, 2018
From @trello: "Grab your passport! We're giving you $5,000 to plan your dream vacation with Trello. 🌴✈️ With our new contest, getting there starts here:" https://t.co/GwyrJTjUYY#TravelWithTrello pic.twitter.com/lTvudGTzvG— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) January 29, 2019
🙀 Basic @fbjest UI implemented in Ink 2. All of this is built with React components. Right in the terminal.— Vadim Demedes (@vadimdemedes) January 27, 2019
Reminder: Ink is a tool to build terminal UIs with React. See https://t.co/6CqWeQQv4q. pic.twitter.com/ERje76z4gT
hey @firefox, is there any way to petition a 'wontfix' bug? I'd love if tabs in Firefox worked like Safari. Also, this bug was closed 6 years ago, maybe things have changed since then. https://t.co/eyCtW7jP4u— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) January 27, 2019
Fixed time, fixed scope projects always end in 1 of 3 ways:— Jeff Gothelf (@jboogie) January 27, 2019
1. We move the deadline.
2. We reduce scope.
3. We implement “crunch mode” , everybody puts in 80 hour weeks till the deadline, burns out, quits and goes to work somewhere else.
Wanted to make a shoutout to @n0shake for creating Clocker, a Mac OS app that lets you put multiple timezones in your menubar. As someone who works with a distributed team, it's SO NICE to be able to see my coworkers' timezones at a glance. pic.twitter.com/7A0OelrZUc— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) January 27, 2019
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