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Writing Hello World in Web Assembly (2017)


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20126578
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MARVEL TEAM-UP #1 (2019) #JoeyVazquez Pictures, #EveLEwing Words #Hello

 

No Hello


2010-07-19 12:32:12 you: Hi 2010-07-19 12:32:15 co-worker: Hello. ## CO-WORKER WAITS WHILE YOU PHRASE YOUR QUESTION 2010-07-19 12:34:01 you: I'm working on [something]and I'm trying to do [etc...]…
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19648415
Posted by oftenwrong (karma: 5659)
Post stats: Points: 134 - Comments: 82 - 2019-04-12T19:55:24Z

\#HackerNews #hello
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2010-07-19 12:32:12 you: Hi
2010-07-19 12:32:15 co-worker: Hello.
## CO-WORKER WAITS WHILE YOU PHRASE YOUR QUESTION
2010-07-19 12:34:01 you: Iʼm working on [something]and Iʼm trying to do [etc...]
2010-07-19 12:35:21 co-worker: Oh, thatʼs [answer...]

Itʼs as if you called someone on the phone and said "Hi!" and then put them on hold!

Please do this instead:

2010-07-19 12:32:12 you: Hi -- Iʼm working on [something]and Iʼm trying to do [etc...]
2010-07-19 12:33:32 co-worker: [answers question]

Note that you get help minutes sooner, and you donʼt make them wait. Instead, the co-worker can start thinking about your question right away!

Youʼre trying to be polite by not jumping right into the request, like you would do in person or on the phone. But Chat is neither of those things. Typing is much slower than talking. Instead of being polite, you are just making the other person wait for you to phrase your question, which is lost productivity.

The same goes for "Hello -- Are you there?", "Hi Bob -- quick question.", "Do you have a sec ?", "yt?" and "ping". Just ask the question!

If you feel itʼs brusque to simply say "Hi" and ask the question, you can do something like this:

2010-07-19 12:32:12 you: Hi -- if youʼre not busy I was wondering if I could ask a question. Iʼm working on [something]and Iʼm trying to do [etc...]

Additionally, asking your question before getting a reply allows asynchronous communication. If the other party is away, and you leave before they come back, they can still answer your question, instead of just staring at a "Hello" and wondering what they missed.

Short link to this page: [1]http://nohello.com/. (If you see that as someoneʼs status, please be prepared to be ignored if you only say "Hello!".)

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