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The `datetime` attribute of the `<time>` may seem complicated: it accepts a lot of formats in order to deal with 1) moments 2) durations 3) timezone offsets.

I made a package to make your life easier with it. Here’s `datetime-attribute`: github.com/meduzen/datetime-at

As you can see in the screenshot, `datetime-attribute` comes with two functions: `datetime()` and `datetimeDuration()`.

It’s my first JS package and the first time I use unit tests.

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"A developed country isn’t a place where the poor have cars. It’s where the rich use public transportation." — Gustavo Petro

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Des nouvelles du cimetière Google : la place pour Stadia est réservée, le service sera enterré le 18 janvier 2023 en raison de son manque de popularité, et Google remboursera dans la foulée tout les achats effectués depuis Stadia.

blog.google/products/stadia/me

Got a first introduction session to React today at work.

Before that I had some contempt for React.

But now, on top of that contempt, I sincerely feel sad for all the developers having to use it on a daily basis. And I’m not alone to think that at work.

I expected backwards and boring, and I know my bar is very high (thanks to stuff like Laravel, Vue, PostCSS), but React is really the next-level of counter-intuitive developer experience.

I feel like I am in the wrong web dev. timeline.

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We've got a new part-time, 6 month front-end development gig at Freedom of the Press Foundation. Fixed $40K budget, you propose the fees schedule that works for you. Come work on pressfreedomtracker.us/ and our other sites.

Remote, with preference for candidates who are available for communication during afternoon work hours US eastern time:

freedom.press/jobs/?gh_jid=408

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Bandcamp is hiring! I see there are Ruby and Python positions.

I don't have the mental energy for a job application right now, but hell,

bandcamp.com/jobs

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smol begpost

trying out square for donation links.

"I'm creating a creative suite for children to make art, music, and code. I'm starting with coding to make the art and music programs so anyone can remix it later"

sillyz.computer

if any of that seems cooool, please maybe drop a dollar in the hat to help.

🎩 🎩 🎩square.link/u/gTSWa2sF
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J'ai découvert une boite qui "upcycle" des vieilles twingos : iels les réparent, les rendent électriques et les proposent à la loc pour ±500 000km supplémentaires !

Alors certes on reste sur la bagnole mais merde c'est foutrement bien pensé ?!

https://lormauto.eu/

Companies hiring React devs now: Blackrock, Palantir, Ikea, Amazon, Tesla, Spotify, TikTok.

It’s weird to me that these companies are using a framework that is not at all among the fastest nor the more convenient nor the closest one to the web platform.

I mean… Facebook invented that framework, and they are marginally using it, so there might be a reason for that.

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We’re gonna probably hire some back-end and front-end developers soon.

- Working experience of VueJS and solid JS fundamentals will be mandatory for everyone (+ Laravel for back-end folks), and you'll stand out if you understand stuff beyond these.

- You'll maintain large codebases with one or two teams of 5-10 devs.

- I've joined in December 2020 and only spent 2 hours at the office to grab a keyboard (I don't even know where are the toilets).

- You'll work with me (amazing perk!).

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I need someone to explain to me why it's always "if you can't pay rent, buy fewer lattes and avocado toasts" and not "if you can't pay your employees a living wage, buy fewer yachts and real estate". Explain it to me like I'm in kindergarten.

- Great colleagues from Belgium, France and Germany.

- At some point, you’ll learn React. If it’s a blocker, let me know, it will help me and the team!

There's no job detail for now, but if you consider a new place or want to know more, you can ping me.

I think you’ll need to be Europe-based.

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We’re gonna probably hire some back-end and front-end developers soon.

- Working experience of VueJS and solid JS fundamentals will be mandatory for everyone (+ Laravel for back-end folks), and you'll stand out if you understand stuff beyond these.

- You'll maintain large codebases with one or two teams of 5-10 devs.

- I've joined in December 2020 and only spent 2 hours at the office to grab a keyboard (I don't even know where are the toilets).

- You'll work with me (amazing perk!).

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Any recs for good alternatives ? I might need to rework them a bit and look into serverless functions.

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“But Baldur, pretty much every startup grinds and so to many tech companies?”

Now you know why software project outcomes are nearly universally abysmal and why most software is garbage.

Grind culture is bad in every way for everybody involved.

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Would any of you be interested in a Notetaking for Developers ebook? Recommendations, methods, and tactics for productive notetaking. With examples that are directly relevant to development as a job. I'd try to write it with no assumptions about experience or familiarity.

Background: I've spent the past 18 months researching notetaking for an app I'm making. User studies, lit review, prior art and methods.

Only a fraction of it will go into the app

But it could make for a useful ebook

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anyone else think it is absolutely wild that typescript is an 11.7 MB download?? "Downloading registry.npmjs.org/typescript/4.7.4: 11.7 MB/11.7 MB, done"

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