On typecasting the worst of our respective parties as the ones who wreak havoc, in Milo Yiannopoulos vs. Occupy Oakland … “There’s no good guys here. I mean who are we rooting for? … The media portrays every conservative like Milo and every Democrat like Occupy and that’s not true. I don’t know any conservatives who are as bad as Milo and I don’t know any Democrat friends who would burn a Starbucks to protest hate speech.”
-Look, it’s easy. Code everything in Typescript. All modules that use Fetch compile them to target ES6, transpile them with Babel on a stage-3 preset, and load them with SystemJS. If you don’t have Fetch, polyfill it, or use Bluebird, Request or Axios, and handle all your promises with await.
HelpSpot 4.5 has introduced a new report format that provides even more ways to visualize your help desk data. The comparison matrix report is a super flexible, super powerful report. To summarize, you get two axis of data compared in a heat mapped matrix. What does this mean in real life? The matrix report will allow you to quick spot trends and analyze segmented help desk data ways that were not previously possible. Let’s walk through some examples of what makes this report so great.