• Parallel ESLint

    This past week I revisited community modules for parallelizing ESLint runs and I found esprint by the wonderful developers at Pinterest. I last looked into this about a year ago and it wasn’t possible to easily get my ESLint configuration to run.

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  • Migrations without downtime

    I’ve been reflecting this past week on an excellent blog article from Discourse.

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  • Postgres 10 Statistics

    One of the cooler articles I found recently was about Postgres 10’s multi-column statistics. It’s powerful but gauging when its necessary to use seems like an art. The example from the article is too much of a toy. I wish the real-world section was expanded into a real use-case.

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  • Javascript workers in Cloudflare

    I recently stumbled upon a new Cloudflare feature: service workers in the cloud. This feature seems really awesome as one can now programmatically respond with workers much closer to the user. While these workers wouldn’t be able to help in the case where I wanted to load uncached dynamic data, they can give me much more control over the caching behavior. I also find it really awesome that I can upgrade all these workers in 30 seconds everywhere.

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  • Pill Manager

    I have begun work on a input selector modification library. It will be very much like Chosen/Select2. Chosen is a great library and was ahead of its time and is a beautiful solution for multiselects as well as large single selects.

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