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Last active March 24, 2024 12:22
Tatiana Mac's Speaker Rider

Speaker Rider

by Tatiana Mac

Last updated 14 April 2021

What is a speaker rider?

As speaking comes with immense privilege, I have crafted a speaker rider to set expectations and boundaries around my engagement. I am grateful to all the conference organisers who have brilliantly hosted me. I would love to continue to exercise this privilege to speak at conferences, and use this privilege to make the landscape more accessible and beneficial to tech's most historically excluded and marginalised communities.


😫 I provide a lot of explanations for those of you who never had to consider these things. Most thoughtful conferences I've attended check most of these boxes intrinsically, particularly when conference runners are experienced speakers. They get it.

gaearon /
Last active May 3, 2024 12:56
A Gentle Introduction to Prepack, Part 1


When this guide is more complete, the plan is to move it into Prepack documentation.
For now I put it out as a gist to gather initial feedback.

A Gentle Introduction to Prepack (Part 1)

If you're building JavaScript apps, you might already be familiar with some tools that compile JavaScript code to equivalent JavaScript code:

  • Babel lets you use newer JavaScript language features, and outputs equivalent code that targets older JavaScript engines.
developit /
Last active February 27, 2020 01:54
Alias to invoke Chrome Canary w/ tracing, for IRHydra

An Alias to run Chrome with tracing enabled

For Chrome Canary:

alias hydra='/Applications/Google\ Chrome\\ Chrome\ Canary --no-sandbox --js-flags="--user-data-dir=/tmp/profile --trace-hydrogen --trace-phase=Z --trace-deopt --code-comments --hydrogen-track-positions --redirect-code-traces"'

For regular ol' Chrome:

What is the difference between Cerebral and Redux?

Cerebral and Redux were built to solve different problems

Redux was developed to achieve hot reloading global state and state changing logic. To achieve that it was necessary for state changes to be run with pure functions and the state has to be immutable. Now you can change the logic inside your reducer and when the application reloads Redux will put it in its initial state and rerun all the actions again, now running with the new state changing logic.

Cerebral had no intention of achieving hot reloading. Cerebral was initially developed to give you insight into how your application changes its state, using a debugger. In the Redux debugger you see what actions are triggered and how your state looks after the action was handled. In Cerebral you see all actions fired as part of a signal. You see asynchronous behaviour, paths taken based on decisions made in your state changing flow. You see all inputs and outputs produced during the flow and you even

addyosmani /
Last active May 17, 2024 03:38
So, you want to run Chrome headless.

Update May 2017

Eric Bidelman has documented some of the common workflows possible with headless Chrome over in


If you're looking at this in 2016 and beyond, I strongly recommend investigating real headless Chrome:

Windows and Mac users might find using Justin Ribeiro's Docker setup useful here while full support for these platforms is being worked out.