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Rafael Costa

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@33MHz Do they usually last a fixed length or is it variable?
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What time does #MondayNightDanceParty start (usually)?
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@jdscolam What did you use to make the web version of MNDP? Love the UI, but I'm still getting started on front-end development. I usually go with React, but I don't know any good component library to speed things up.

BTW: Congrats, it is awesome.
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@evefavretto Je suis arrivé!
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Hello, everyone. How's #MondayNightDanceParty going?
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@jws I think they use that at work! (I work in a TV station)
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@jws Yeah, I've seen people do that, but never could do it myself. Shift + a key is really out of the question for me. My WPM would drop dramatically.
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@jws I think sequentially I guess... I prefer to do one thing at a time. Using a key combination is really cumbersome for me...
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@jws Well, I've only used it 5 times so far, but I found it better than a combination of keys. That being sad, I'm weird in that aspect: I prefer using "caps" then the letter then "caps" again instead of shift, for example.
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@evefavretto Today it is! It started out as a forum for tinkerers of that PDA I mentioned.
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@jws Was a Windows Mobile PDA... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O2_Xda
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Hmm... There should be an API for Touch Bar on the web.
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@evefavretto Lack of Touch ID is the sole reason why I won't buy the X.
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@evefavretto Also: it works great with Xcode too. Having a run button is faster than CMD+R.
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@evefavretto Wanna try it in Final Cut... Think there it'll shine. And Touch ID is *really* useful.
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Chrome's Touch Bar seems to be really crappy.
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Tomorrow when I leave for work, it's probably gonna be dark.
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Oh, it's 1900 and we still have daylight. Damn Daylight Savings Time.
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@evefavretto Yeah, it's 8153. Also found it in this list: http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids

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