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User casualty

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November 11, 2018

User casualty

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Tammie Lister

November 11, 2018
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  1. The user is the casualty of our process Tammie Lister

    : @karmatosed
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  3. Tim Berners-Lee’s original vision of the Web didn’t include transpiling,

    compiling, minifying, or virtual-doms, and it certainly didn’t include anything about it being an application runtime. 
 hackernoon.com/modern-web-development-bf0b2ef0e22e
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  5. Last month, I had to install a package manager to

    install a package manager. That’s when I closed my laptop and slowly backed away from it. 
 frankchimero.com/writing/everything-easy-is-hard-again
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  7. Oh you’ve never used Contract, XXLJS with pikachu.js or the

    LSD-Module Cross-bow launcher that is backwards compatible with MollyJS, you’re like so last season! 
 medium.com/@julienetienne/unnecessarily-complicating-front-end- development-to-feel-like-a-smarter-person-5e555fe650ed
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  11. I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you

    have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.
 Abraham Maslow, The Psychology of Science
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  14. Users expect pages to load in two seconds, and after

    three seconds, up to 40% of users will abandon your site. Moreover, 85% of mobile users expect sites to load at least as fast or faster than sites on their desktop.
 designingforperformance.com/performance-is-ux
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  19. The misuse of technology does not invalidate it.
 
 seldo.com/weblog/2017/05/21/are_we_making_the_web_too_complicated

  20. Thanks Tammie Lister : @karmatosed Slides: speakerdeck.com/tammielis/user-casualty