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Call to JavaScript developers:
Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
Chris Heilmann @codepo8, Web on ...
Moore’s Law:
(paraphrased)
Computers get faster,
better, cheaper and
are more available
every two years.
May’s Law:
(paraphrased)
Software efficiency halves every
18 months, compensating
Moore’s law.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/56218409@N03/19216130670
WE MOVE FAST AND RUN IN CIRCLES
We’re all
about the
Moore…
WE WORK WITH AMAZING HARDWARE…
WE WORK WITH GREAT CONNECTIVITY…
WE GET PAID WELL – FOR A JOB WE LIKE
https://www.flickr.com/photos/31317832@N05/4326186183
WE WORK WITH AMAZING BROWSERS
BROWSERS THAT
GIVE OUR USERS
FUNCTIONALITY WE
DON’T EVER USE BUT
THEY APPRECIATE…
BROWSER DO AN
INCREDIBLE AMOUNT
OF WORK FOR US…
• Display of all kind of media content
• Fix minor mistakes in our code
• ...
So how come we
made the web all
about May’s law?
CONVENIENCE
BREEDS MORE
CONVENIENCE
• Browsers aren’t good enough
• Development environments are not
predictive and do our...
https://www.flickr.com/photos/38497891@N04/4151566643
WE LIVE IN A HYPE FUELLED ENVIRONMENT
WE KEEP PROJECTING…
US
OUR
AUDIENCE
TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY,
INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES,
INTEREST IN SPENDING MONEY ON ...
OR, ACTUALLY…
US
OUR
AUDIENCE
TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY,
INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES,
INTEREST IN SPENDING MONEY ON THE WE...
🐴💩
TIME TO GET REAL…
US
OUR
ASSUMED
AUDIENCE
OUR
AUDIENCE
TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY,
INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES,
INTEREST IN...
THE WEB IS AN
AMAZING IDEA AND
OFFER…
• Access to information world-wide,
24⨉7
• Independent of hardware, software,
abilit...
ONE PERSON’S
BEAUTY IS ANOTHER
ONE’S WORRY…
• It is hard to build software and
interfaces for the unknown
• Open distribut...
THE NEXT USERS ARE
NOT THOSE WHO
COMPLAIN THE WEB
IS NOT AS GOOD AS
NATIVE APPS…
https://vimeo.com/139312920
https://bruce...
THE NEXT CHALLENGE IS
NOT IN COFFEE SHOPS IN
THE SILICON VALLEY…
AS DEVELOPERS, WE
ARE ASKED TO DO
THE IMPOSSIBLE…
• Make it work the same in every
browser
• Make it easy to maintain and ...
THE ANSWER IS
ALWAYS JAVASCRIPT
• Javascript is too powerful for its
own good.
• Almost everything that goes
wrong can be ...
WHAT DOES THIS CODE DO?
https://www.flickr.com/photos/73645804@N00/2473052504
JUST FIND THE RIGHT
BRICKS AND ASSEMBLE
SOMETHING GREAT!
https://www.flickr.com/photos/27429206@N02/4290544535
THE AMAZING TECH OF
TODAY IS THE RUBBISH OF
TOMORROW…
I CURRENTLY WORK
WITH A CLEANUP
CREW…
http://dev.modern.ie/tools/staticscan/
https://github.com/MicrosoftEdge/static-code-...
A simple way to detect how old
a part of our massive site is
checking which version of
jQuery was used in that part
of it....
WE BREAK THE WEB
FOR THE SAKE OF
DEVELOPER
CONVENIENCE…
WE’RE GOING
FULL SPEED ON
INNOVATION…
• Componentised Web
• Extensible Web Manifesto
• WebGL
• WebAssembly/ASM.js
• PostCS...
THE VICIOUS
INNOVATION CYCLE…
NSFW
https://www.flickr.com/photos/56844027@N05/5634567317
WE SHOULD WORRY A LOT
MORE ABOUT COST…
WE USE CODE WE
DON’T UNDERSTAND
TO FIX ISSUES WE
DON’T HAVE…
• Learning libraries and
frameworks beyond “hello
world” cost...
DEVELOPER
CONVENIENCE,
PRODUCTIVITY &
EFFICIENCY…
#FFD700
COST FOR
DEVELOPERS…
• Learning new frameworks
• Re-learning frameworks
• Cutting down on possible hires/
adding to onboar...
IS DEPENDENCY HELL
A PROBLEM OF THE
TOO PRIVILEGED?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PA139CERNbc
Stephan Bönnemann (JSConfE...
WAITING FOR NPM TO FINISH INSTALLING…
THE REAL
IMPORTANT BIT IS
THE COST FOR OUR
USERS…
• Time to load / execute
• Bandwidth used
• CPU usage
• Frame rate (60 f...
CONTROL OVER
WHAT IS HAPPENING
IN THE BROWSER
#FFD700
REPLACING BUILT-IN
FUNCTIONALITY
FOR THE SAKE OF
CONTROL…
IF WE BUILD CLIENT-
SIDE SOLUTIONS WE
DON’T CONTROL
WHERE OUR CODE
RUNS.
HOMEWORK / SNEAK
PREVIEW OF GREAT
INSIGHTS…
PAUL LEWIS
@AEROTWIST
THE DOM IS SLOW?
ANALYSING
BROWSER RESULTS…
npm install -g bigrig
github.com/GoogleChrome/big-rig
github.com/GoogleChrome/node-big-rig
THE JAVASCRIPT
LEARNING PROCESS
HAS ALWAYS BEEN
INTERESTING…
• Use view source to see what
others are doing…
• Copy and pa...
THIS, OF COURSE,
WAS WRONG AND
WE GOT MORE
PROFESSIONAL…
• Search for a solution on
Stackoverflow
• Copy and paste the bit...
WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF
BOTH EXCUSES…
1997 2015
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
1997
ECMAScript1
1998
...
1997 2015
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
1997
ECMAScript1
1998
...
SUPPORT IS ENCOURAGING (EDGE, FIREFOX, CHROME, SAFARI (ON 9))
http://kangax.github.io/compat-table/es6/
NUMBERS!
Current status (December 2015):
Desktop:
Edge 13: 84%
Firefox 44: 74%
Chrome 48/Opera 35: 65%
Safari 9: 54% (form...
WITH ES6 WE HAVE
A CLEAN NEW
SLATE…
this IS COMPLICATED *** ***
this IS COMPLICATED
*** ***
blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
this IS COMPLICATED
*** ***
blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
this IS COMPLICATED
*** ***
blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
this IS COMPLICATED
*** ***
blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
SAVING KEYSTROKES
BURN THE WITCH!
http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2949-var-for-life---why-let-and-const-don-
t-interest-me-in-javascript.htm
https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides
ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides
ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides
ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides
ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
UTF-8, BABY…
THE NEW BASELINE
IS HERE!
THE NEW BASELINE
IS HERE!
MAYBE IT IS PRUDENT
TO CALM THE F…
DOWN A BIT!
FREE TIME PROJECTS
USED TO BE ABOUT
FUN AND
EXPERIMENTATION…
http://sephie-monster.deviantart.com/art/Mythbusters-153616339
NOT ABOUT
CUTTHROAT
COMPETITION AND
SELF-INFLICTED
COMPLEXITY…
https://egghead.io/series/how-to-write-an-open-source-javas...
Library Builders
map, set & weakmap
__proto__
Proxies
Symbols
Sub7classable built7ins
Scalable Apps
let, const & block7
sc...
https://www.flickr.com/photos/48066826@N02/5034289376
TIME TO CALM DOWN AND
CONCENTRATE ON THE
GOOD THINGS…
BETTER BROWSERS
ALLOW US TO WRITE
SIMPLER HELPER
LIBRARIES…
http://lea.verou.me/2015/12/introducing-bliss-a-3kb-library-fo...
COMPATIBILITY IS ON
EVERY BROWSER
MAKER’S RADAR…
MONOPOLIES FALL
AND SURPRISES
HAPPEN…
ES6 GOODNESS FOR
EVERYBODY!
https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2015/12/05/open-source-chakra-core/
• Open Source and cross platform
• Written in JavaScript
• Includes debugging and linting -
learn your mistakes while you
...
TRANSPILATING FOR THE WEB OF YESTERDAY…
https://babeljs.io
• Converts ES6 to older versions on the server or the client
• ...
https://featuretests.io/
FEATURE TESTING WHAT YOU NEED…
EXCELLENT RESOURCES ARE FREE AND ONLINE…
https://ponyfoo.com/articles/es6
READ THE
EXCELLENT BOOK
EXPLORING ES6
FOR FREE
(OR BUY IT, AXEL DESERVES SUPPORT)
http://exploringjs.com/es6/
• One hour free test server
• Authenticate with Google,
Facebook or Microsoft
• Keep your code by forking or
downloading i...
EVERYBODY DUCK!
LIVE DEMO…
PLEASE, GO AND
MAKE A BETTER
WEB!
• Analyse the speed of your products
and improve it by simplifying them:
webpagetest.org...
JAVASCRIPT IS STILL THE
SIMPLEST, MOST
VERSATILE AND
INVITING LANGUAGE
OUT THERE…
LET’S TALK
MORE HUMAN
https://github.com/HugoGiraudel/SJSJ
YOU MAKE THE WEB,
LET US HEAR WHAT
YOU NEED…
THANKS!
CHRIS HEILMANN
@CODEPO8
CHRISTIANHEILMANN.COM
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
A call to JS Developers - Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building
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  1. 1. Call to JavaScript developers: Let’s stop trying to impress each other and start building Chris Heilmann @codepo8, Web on the Edge, Helsinki, Nov 2015
  2. 2. Moore’s Law: (paraphrased) Computers get faster, better, cheaper and are more available every two years.
  3. 3. May’s Law: (paraphrased) Software efficiency halves every 18 months, compensating Moore’s law.
  4. 4. https://www.flickr.com/photos/56218409@N03/19216130670 WE MOVE FAST AND RUN IN CIRCLES
  5. 5. We’re all about the Moore…
  6. 6. WE WORK WITH AMAZING HARDWARE…
  7. 7. WE WORK WITH GREAT CONNECTIVITY…
  8. 8. WE GET PAID WELL – FOR A JOB WE LIKE https://www.flickr.com/photos/31317832@N05/4326186183
  9. 9. WE WORK WITH AMAZING BROWSERS
  10. 10. BROWSERS THAT GIVE OUR USERS FUNCTIONALITY WE DON’T EVER USE BUT THEY APPRECIATE…
  11. 11. BROWSER DO AN INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF WORK FOR US… • Display of all kind of media content • Fix minor mistakes in our code • Optimise our code to run smoothly • Provide us with developer tools • Provide us with deep insights what our code does to the computer • Allow us to automate testing in them and debug remotely on devices we don’t even own (using 3rd party services)
  12. 12. So how come we made the web all about May’s law?
  13. 13. CONVENIENCE BREEDS MORE CONVENIENCE • Browsers aren’t good enough • Development environments are not predictive and do our work for us • Languages are confusing • We should have to write less code and achieve more Instead of celebrating how lucky we are, we complain…
  14. 14. https://www.flickr.com/photos/38497891@N04/4151566643 WE LIVE IN A HYPE FUELLED ENVIRONMENT
  15. 15. WE KEEP PROJECTING… US OUR AUDIENCE TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY, INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES, INTEREST IN SPENDING MONEY ON THE WEB FOR WEB SERVICES…
  16. 16. OR, ACTUALLY… US OUR AUDIENCE TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY, INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES, INTEREST IN SPENDING MONEY ON THE WEB FOR WEB SERVICES…
  17. 17. 🐴💩
  18. 18. TIME TO GET REAL… US OUR ASSUMED AUDIENCE OUR AUDIENCE TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY, INTEREST IN CHANGE AND UPGRADES, INTEREST IN SPENDING MONEY ON THE WEB FOR WEB SERVICES…
  19. 19. THE WEB IS AN AMAZING IDEA AND OFFER… • Access to information world-wide, 24⨉7 • Independent of hardware, software, ability, or geographical location • A read/write medium, everybody is invited to become a creator and not just a consumer
  20. 20. ONE PERSON’S BEAUTY IS ANOTHER ONE’S WORRY… • It is hard to build software and interfaces for the unknown • Open distribution, caching and availability of source code is anathema to content providers wanting to protect their content.
  21. 21. THE NEXT USERS ARE NOT THOSE WHO COMPLAIN THE WEB IS NOT AS GOOD AS NATIVE APPS… https://vimeo.com/139312920 https://brucelawson.github.io/talks/2015/velocity Bruce Lawson at SOTB 2015
  22. 22. THE NEXT CHALLENGE IS NOT IN COFFEE SHOPS IN THE SILICON VALLEY…
  23. 23. AS DEVELOPERS, WE ARE ASKED TO DO THE IMPOSSIBLE… • Make it work the same in every browser • Make it easy to maintain and we want to control everything • Make sure it is also accessible - I think there’s a law we need to follow • Don’t spent too much time on it - let’s release it now and fix it later! • Use this analytics code you have no clue about - we need to know how people use our products
  24. 24. THE ANSWER IS ALWAYS JAVASCRIPT • Javascript is too powerful for its own good. • Almost everything that goes wrong can be controlled and to a degree fixed with JavaScript • This leads to people relying on libraries and frameworks
  25. 25. WHAT DOES THIS CODE DO?
  26. 26. https://www.flickr.com/photos/73645804@N00/2473052504 JUST FIND THE RIGHT BRICKS AND ASSEMBLE SOMETHING GREAT!
  27. 27. https://www.flickr.com/photos/27429206@N02/4290544535 THE AMAZING TECH OF TODAY IS THE RUBBISH OF TOMORROW…
  28. 28. I CURRENTLY WORK WITH A CLEANUP CREW… http://dev.modern.ie/tools/staticscan/ https://github.com/MicrosoftEdge/static-code-scan
  29. 29. A simple way to detect how old a part of our massive site is checking which version of jQuery was used in that part of it. It’s like rings in a tree trunk. https://www.flickr.com/photos/91183364@N08/13916636762 “
  30. 30. WE BREAK THE WEB FOR THE SAKE OF DEVELOPER CONVENIENCE…
  31. 31. WE’RE GOING FULL SPEED ON INNOVATION… • Componentised Web • Extensible Web Manifesto • WebGL • WebAssembly/ASM.js • PostCSS • Progressive Apps
  32. 32. THE VICIOUS INNOVATION CYCLE…
  33. 33. NSFW
  34. 34. https://www.flickr.com/photos/56844027@N05/5634567317 WE SHOULD WORRY A LOT MORE ABOUT COST…
  35. 35. WE USE CODE WE DON’T UNDERSTAND TO FIX ISSUES WE DON’T HAVE… • Learning libraries and frameworks beyond “hello world” costs time and money. • Time you don’t spend on looking at optimising your code • In essence, we value developer convenience over user experience.
  36. 36. DEVELOPER CONVENIENCE, PRODUCTIVITY & EFFICIENCY… #FFD700
  37. 37. COST FOR DEVELOPERS… • Learning new frameworks • Re-learning frameworks • Cutting down on possible hires/ adding to onboarding time • Debugging frameworks • Setting up developer environments
  38. 38. IS DEPENDENCY HELL A PROBLEM OF THE TOO PRIVILEGED? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PA139CERNbc Stephan Bönnemann (JSConfEU 2015): Dependency Hell Just Froze Over
  39. 39. WAITING FOR NPM TO FINISH INSTALLING…
  40. 40. THE REAL IMPORTANT BIT IS THE COST FOR OUR USERS… • Time to load / execute • Bandwidth used • CPU usage • Frame rate (60 fps) • Memory usage • Battery
  41. 41. CONTROL OVER WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE BROWSER #FFD700
  42. 42. REPLACING BUILT-IN FUNCTIONALITY FOR THE SAKE OF CONTROL…
  43. 43. IF WE BUILD CLIENT- SIDE SOLUTIONS WE DON’T CONTROL WHERE OUR CODE RUNS.
  44. 44. HOMEWORK / SNEAK PREVIEW OF GREAT INSIGHTS… PAUL LEWIS @AEROTWIST
  45. 45. THE DOM IS SLOW?
  46. 46. ANALYSING BROWSER RESULTS… npm install -g bigrig github.com/GoogleChrome/big-rig github.com/GoogleChrome/node-big-rig
  47. 47. THE JAVASCRIPT LEARNING PROCESS HAS ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTING… • Use view source to see what others are doing… • Copy and paste the bits that look like they are responsible for some things • Change some numbers around • Run into errors • Blame Internet Explorer
  48. 48. THIS, OF COURSE, WAS WRONG AND WE GOT MORE PROFESSIONAL… • Search for a solution on Stackoverflow • Copy and paste the bits that look like they are responsible for some things • Change some numbers around • Run into errors • Blame JavaScript for being terrible and not a real language • For good measure, blame Internet Explorer.
  49. 49. WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF BOTH EXCUSES…
  50. 50. 1997 2015 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1997 ECMAScript1 1998 ECMAScript2 1999 ECMAScript3 2005 - 2007 ECMAScript4 - Abandoned 2009 ECMAScript5 2015 ECMAScript6 JAVASCRIPT EVOLVES…
  51. 51. 1997 2015 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1997 ECMAScript1 1998 ECMAScript2 1999 ECMAScript3 2005 - 2007 ECMAScript4 - Abandoned 2009 ECMAScript5 2015 ECMAScript6 JAVASCRIPT GREW UP… • 5+ years since ES5 ratification • Significant changes in 15+ years • Backwards compatible • Ratified June 2015 http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-262.htm
  52. 52. SUPPORT IS ENCOURAGING (EDGE, FIREFOX, CHROME, SAFARI (ON 9)) http://kangax.github.io/compat-table/es6/
  53. 53. NUMBERS! Current status (December 2015): Desktop: Edge 13: 84% Firefox 44: 74% Chrome 48/Opera 35: 65% Safari 9: 54% (former 21%!) Mobile: Android 5.1: 29% iOS9: 54% http://kangax.github.io/compat-table/es6/
  54. 54. WITH ES6 WE HAVE A CLEAN NEW SLATE…
  55. 55. this IS COMPLICATED *** ***
  56. 56. this IS COMPLICATED *** *** blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
  57. 57. this IS COMPLICATED *** *** blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
  58. 58. this IS COMPLICATED *** *** blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
  59. 59. this IS COMPLICATED *** *** blog.getify.com/arrow-this/
  60. 60. SAVING KEYSTROKES
  61. 61. BURN THE WITCH! http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2949-var-for-life---why-let-and-const-don- t-interest-me-in-javascript.htm
  62. 62. https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
  63. 63. https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
  64. 64. https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
  65. 65. https://maxwellito.github.io/es6-quiz-slides ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
  66. 66. ES2015 QUIZ TIME…
  67. 67. UTF-8, BABY…
  68. 68. THE NEW BASELINE IS HERE!
  69. 69. THE NEW BASELINE IS HERE!
  70. 70. MAYBE IT IS PRUDENT TO CALM THE F… DOWN A BIT!
  71. 71. FREE TIME PROJECTS USED TO BE ABOUT FUN AND EXPERIMENTATION… http://sephie-monster.deviantart.com/art/Mythbusters-153616339
  72. 72. NOT ABOUT CUTTHROAT COMPETITION AND SELF-INFLICTED COMPLEXITY… https://egghead.io/series/how-to-write-an-open-source-javascript-library
  73. 73. Library Builders map, set & weakmap __proto__ Proxies Symbols Sub7classable built7ins Scalable Apps let, const & block7 scoped bindings Classes Promises Iterators Generators Typed arrays Modules Syntactic Sugar Arrow functions Enhanced object literals Template strings Destructuring Rest, Spread, Default String, Math, Number, Object, RegExp APIs JAVASCRIPT CATERS TO DIFFERENT AUDIENCES…
  74. 74. https://www.flickr.com/photos/48066826@N02/5034289376 TIME TO CALM DOWN AND CONCENTRATE ON THE GOOD THINGS…
  75. 75. BETTER BROWSERS ALLOW US TO WRITE SIMPLER HELPER LIBRARIES… http://lea.verou.me/2015/12/introducing-bliss-a-3kb-library-for-happier-vanilla-js/
  76. 76. COMPATIBILITY IS ON EVERY BROWSER MAKER’S RADAR…
  77. 77. MONOPOLIES FALL AND SURPRISES HAPPEN…
  78. 78. ES6 GOODNESS FOR EVERYBODY! https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2015/12/05/open-source-chakra-core/
  79. 79. • Open Source and cross platform • Written in JavaScript • Includes debugging and linting - learn your mistakes while you write code • GitHub integration VISUAL STUDIO CODE https://code.visualstudio.com/
  80. 80. TRANSPILATING FOR THE WEB OF YESTERDAY… https://babeljs.io • Converts ES6 to older versions on the server or the client • In use by Facebook and many others • Used in editors and tool chains
  81. 81. https://featuretests.io/ FEATURE TESTING WHAT YOU NEED…
  82. 82. EXCELLENT RESOURCES ARE FREE AND ONLINE… https://ponyfoo.com/articles/es6
  83. 83. READ THE EXCELLENT BOOK EXPLORING ES6 FOR FREE (OR BUY IT, AXEL DESERVES SUPPORT) http://exploringjs.com/es6/
  84. 84. • One hour free test server • Authenticate with Google, Facebook or Microsoft • Keep your code by forking or downloading it TRY NODE AND EXPRESS… https://www.christianheilmann.com/2015/10/27/testing-out-node-and-express-without-a-local-install-or-editor/
  85. 85. EVERYBODY DUCK! LIVE DEMO…
  86. 86. PLEASE, GO AND MAKE A BETTER WEB! • Analyse the speed of your products and improve it by simplifying them: webpagetest.org • Stop trying to guess what browser is in use and assume unknown browsers to be good, not terrible. • Keep up to date with what browsers can do: caniuse.com and use it! • File bugs, report issues, talk to us!
  87. 87. JAVASCRIPT IS STILL THE SIMPLEST, MOST VERSATILE AND INVITING LANGUAGE OUT THERE…
  88. 88. LET’S TALK MORE HUMAN https://github.com/HugoGiraudel/SJSJ
  89. 89. YOU MAKE THE WEB, LET US HEAR WHAT YOU NEED…
  90. 90. THANKS! CHRIS HEILMANN @CODEPO8 CHRISTIANHEILMANN.COM

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