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User Since
Sep 19 2012, 7:26 PM (517 w, 2 d)

Recent Activity

Mar 14 2017

jbinney added a comment to D16428: Add support for synta highlighting kotlin files.

Kotlin has been picking up steam lately:

We’ve seen over 160’000 people using it during the last year. OSS projects on Github grew from 2.4M to 10M lines of Kotlin code (about 4x). Our Slack community has grown from 1’400 to over 5’700 people (over 4x).
Many well-known companies are using Kotlin: Pinterest, Coursera, Netflix, Uber, Square, Trello, Basecamp, amongst others. Corda, a distributed ledger developed by a consortium of well-known banks (such as Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan, Deutsche Bank, UBS, HSBC, BNP Paribas, Société Générale), has over 90% Kotlin in its codebase.

We'd love to see this supported on Phabricator!

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Mar 14 2017, 8:18 PM

Jan 11 2016

jbinney added a comment to T10050: Differential-to-Asana integration, like with JIRA.

Got it - those are fair points. We'll maintain a fork of Phabricator with this Asana integration, so please ping me if you'd like to reference it at some point in the future!

Jan 11 2016, 5:08 PM · Doorkeeper, Differential, Asana, Feature Request

Dec 24 2015

jbinney added a comment to T10050: Differential-to-Asana integration, like with JIRA.

Facebook has this exact kind of integration with their internal tasks tool - it's extremely useful for communicating the engineering progress of a task to non-technical team members, and it builds an explicit relationship between tasks and diffs, which very often go hand in hand. Maniphest and JIRA both already have this type of integration with Differential - it would be great to have the same thing for Asana.

Dec 24 2015, 10:20 PM · Doorkeeper, Differential, Asana, Feature Request

Sep 11 2014

jbinney added a comment to T5913: SSL not working on OSX Yosemite Beta 6.

i had dug into this myself, and discovered it was a bug with curl itself, and only for subdomains with wildcard certs. yosemite included php with the latest version of curl, so it inconveniently picked up this bug as well. see the bug on the curl sourceforge project: and the fix on the curl github project:

Sep 11 2014, 7:05 PM · Arcanist