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We are entering the age of the IC. Individual contributors will be able to have >10x the impact they've had historically, and this will mean fewer total managers and layers at companies and many more people on senior IC career tracks for the long haul. Three big drivers of this… x.com/i/web/status/1…

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@fahdananta Gym pass with a steam and sauna. $100/m Dream beam powder. Used to be addicted to sleeping pills. Moved to Beam. Sleep like a baby shopbeam.com/gregisenberg $75/m Milk Frother. Make cappuccinos everyday. From Amazon. Was like $50

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A carousel component in 20 lines of modern CSS. 😱 pic.twitter.com/EyeA5bnAVZ

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Pretty impressive that you can do it without JavaScript with this new CSS API heres a quick tutorial on how to code the iPad video scroller mask effect yourself pic.twitter.com/noFimkzqtm x.com/wesbos/status/…

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Longer Video: Using Claude to make a fully functional note-taking app with a real-time backend in just 4.5 hours without writing a single line of code. ------------------------------------------------------ [Time stamps] 00:00 Designing the App Layout with @AnthropicAI Claude… x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/jQPonRNigu

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Is preparing buttons for proper styling a chore or do you already know `all: unset;` ? pic.twitter.com/GrEChdPzql

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Launched my second ever @framer template! It's called Profile Hub—the perfect mini site for digital entrepreneurs wanting to showcase their projects and achievements. Get it today! 🔗 below ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/kPalXApW33

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A short thread of "TIL: You can..." featuring underrated but powerful HTML/CSS tips. 🧵 💡1/5: HTML buttons can submit forms without being inside them! Use the form attribute to link a button to a form by ID. Great for flexible layouts and improved UX! x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/B87URFECie

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Every fat loss tip I could come up with after 10 years in the gym and 5 years coaching. Bookmark this thread to learn the simple process. 1. Alcohol will derail your progress. Cut it out completely or cut it down significantly. pic.twitter.com/kMVaE8bquE

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💡 TIL: You can set an accent color in CSS and it magically updates across your HTML user-interface controls! Just one line: accent-color: #55efc4 and your whole app gets a color refresh! pic.twitter.com/sFHY23nPd2

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Container queries are cross-browser supported now for over a year. If you're still worried about not supporting browsers, you could adopt a fallback solution via custom elements. 🫣👇 web.dev/blog/how-to-us… pic.twitter.com/aCMJho9rzl

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I’ve basically quit using Ruby SDK libraries for a lot of simple restful based APIs (even hubspot). I have a BaseClient built off HTTParty that takes care of different auth strats and request methods and can easily build clients that inherit and define simple endpoints.

🔥 It feels like magic, but the <details> element will automatically expand when a search result is hidden within. It’s so hard to get this stuff right with <div>s and JS. The platform is awesome. 😄 pic.twitter.com/RZCN8hGAF0

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I often see web apps with separate frontend and backend dev teams. This front/back developer split leads to a common problem: Frontend devs become victims of backend problems that they can't fix. Common backend problems: 🚩Instability 🚩Performance 🚩Clunky API design 🚩Poorly… x.com/i/web/status/1…

Most people are unaware that the saying “drink 6-8 glasses of water a day” comes from a 1945 recommendation based on zero medical research. In reality, proper hydration is much more complex than that. Here’s how you actually achieve it: (thread 🧵) x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/2VDN3OYN5f

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Great quote from Marco Rogers featured in an article I'm reading. Marco (@polotek) suggests that learning frontend development has become too complex, and it's making newbies feel disheartened and quit. Do you agree? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/xej8xJBS2b

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@danielcranney @polotek There are a ton of things necessary to build a simple website using a modern tech stack that includes a framework / library or whatever. CSS JS HTML TypeScript React Nextjs Vue Nuxt And then you have to deal with package managers, deployment, design etc

The subtle differences when creating a squircle 🧐 Use a generated CSS clip-path to get a finer shape 🤙 .squircle { clip-path: polygon( 100.00% 50.00%, 99.95% 62.53%, 99.80% 67.70%, ... ); } Went down the rabbit hole 🐇 pic.twitter.com/OoSBRjJAcI x.com/jh3yy/status/1…

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UI/UX Designers, I recently found a new inspiration site for website designs. A-fresh (@afreshwebsite) is an online inspiration platform offering website designs for both desktop and mobile views, along with various design patterns. Website → a-fresh.website pic.twitter.com/QQrj1Kko3H

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The frontend ecosystem has been broken for 8 years at least. My friend couldn't land a single job offer having a decent understanding of HTML, CSS, and a bit of JavaScript. For reference, I got my first job knowing nothing about JavaScript, really. The bar is not just high,… x.com/i/web/status/1… x.com/danielcranney/…

Fun read: Just use Postgres news.ycombinator.com/item?id=339341… 👉 caching (instead of Redis) 👉 message queue 👉 data warehouse 👉 olap 👉 json store 👉 cron 👉 geo 👉 full-text search 👉 apis 👉 auditing 👉 graphql What else can you do with Postgres? @supabase any ideas?

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