Tweets

This is a collection of tweets I've enjoyed. I use Twitter quite a bit, so I wanted a place to publicly share what inspires me, makes me laugh, and makes me think.

10 days left to get your code into the Arctic Code Vault! On 02/02/2020, we will make a copy of every active public repository on GitHub to preserve them in a decommissioned coal mine for over 1,000 years.
10 days left to get your code into the Arctic Code Vault! On 02/02/2020, we will make a copy of every active public repository on GitHub to preserve them in a decommissioned coal mine for over 1,000 years. https://t.co/qd2xYoFfEY https://t.co/9vgX85cNqz
The Windows Terminal Preview v0.9 is out now! Come get it while it's hot! 🔥🔥🔥
Does the word “#backdoor” seem frightening? That’s because it’s often used incorrectly – sometimes to deliberately create fear. Watch to learn the truth about backdoors and other types of network access. #cybersecurity
Does the word “#backdoor” seem frightening? That’s because it’s often used incorrectly – sometimes to deliberately create fear. Watch to learn the truth about backdoors and other types of network access. #cybersecurity https://t.co/NEUXbZbcqw
Idk who created this, but it’s perfection #BernieSanders
Idk who created this, but it’s perfection #BernieSanders https://t.co/MUKIxnxugI
A few weeks ago I put out a video on some relatively obscure HTML elements, which can occasionally come in handy in your projects. As usual, the comments were pretty positive overall, but I'm actually pretty dishearted with the amount of "just use a div" type comments.
A few weeks ago I put out a video on some relatively obscure HTML elements, which can occasionally come in handy in your projects.

As usual, the comments were pretty positive overall, but I'm actually pretty dishearted with the amount of "just use a div" type comments. https://t.co/5bg4hAuTpcA few weeks ago I put out a video on some relatively obscure HTML elements, which can occasionally come in handy in your projects.

As usual, the comments were pretty positive overall, but I'm actually pretty dishearted with the amount of "just use a div" type comments. https://t.co/5bg4hAuTpcA few weeks ago I put out a video on some relatively obscure HTML elements, which can occasionally come in handy in your projects.

As usual, the comments were pretty positive overall, but I'm actually pretty dishearted with the amount of "just use a div" type comments. https://t.co/5bg4hAuTpcA few weeks ago I put out a video on some relatively obscure HTML elements, which can occasionally come in handy in your projects.

As usual, the comments were pretty positive overall, but I'm actually pretty dishearted with the amount of "just use a div" type comments. https://t.co/5bg4hAuTpc
I spent the last 6 months looking at the Kubernetes setups of over 1100 engineering teams. I summarized my learnings in a 30 page report. Packed with 💣💣s, hope people enjoy it. Check it out 👇
Opportunistic serpents.
NOW - White House: "Regulation of cryptocurrencies is needed."
Problem: You want to send messages between tabs, frames, iframes, or windows. Solution: The Broadcast channel API. More:
Problem: You want to send messages between tabs, frames, iframes, or windows.

Solution: The Broadcast channel API.

More: https://t.co/i2lUGMlWOI https://t.co/fqw8A7pysc
You will have a remote job in 2023 that pays you in USD. Interested? Check this:
vec2 n,N,q;float R,S=1.,a,j;for(mat2 m;j++<1e2;S/=.99)n*=m=rotate2D(5.*j),q=(FC.xy-.5*r)/r.y*m,q=vec2((log(R=length(q))*S-t)*3.,atan(q.x,q.y)),a+=dot(cos(q+=n*.3+q.y)/S,r/r),n+=q=sin(q),N+=q/S;o+=(((.4-a*.02)+.2/length(N))*sqrt(R)*(2.+sin(vec4(2,3,4,4)+a*.1))); #つぶやきGLSL
vec2 n,N,q;float R,S=1.,a,j;for(mat2 m;j++<1e2;S/=.99)n*=m=rotate2D(5.*j),q=(FC.xy-.5*r)/r.y*m,q=vec2((log(R=length(q))*S-t)*3.,atan(q.x,q.y)),a+=dot(cos(q+=n*.3+q.y)/S,r/r),n+=q=sin(q),N+=q/S;o+=(((.4-a*.02)+.2/length(N))*sqrt(R)*(2.+sin(vec4(2,3,4,4)+a*.1)));
#つぶやきGLSL https://t.co/s8RWkypIiF