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The interesting result is that ObjC code is more ergonomic type-wise than Swift here, since it can use the fake(lightweight) generic type NSSet
— an0 (@an0) August 1, 2019
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The problem is that bridging will cause all the managed objects to be faulted into memory, which can become a serious performance problem when you have more than a thousand (or so) related objects. The generated subclasses have to work for everyone, so we can’t ship that.

— Scott Perry (@numist) August 1, 2019
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Because it’s not really an NSSet, it’s a private subclass that manages object faulting.

It’s true that the current ergonomics are suboptimal in Swift, but ultimately the solution will not involve using Set.

— Scott Perry (@numist) August 1, 2019
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@numist why do Core Data relationships use NSSet instead of Set
— an0 (@an0) August 1, 2019
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It's a shame that these old "Debugging Magic" technical notes are no longer being updated.

Is there anything similar in the newer documentation?https://t.co/9fhaGVNOBDhttps://t.co/WugJu3C4r3

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) August 1, 2019
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Just wrote an Apple bug report about a dangerously incorrecg button placement in a deletion confirmation dialog that you may get when calling [NSWorkspace recycleURLs:] - it violates Apple's own HIG, only that the HIG can't be found on their website any more. 😭 pic.twitter.com/s3ZTMWoehV

— Thomas Tempelmann (@tempelorg) August 1, 2019
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$AAPL Services business is now bigger than all of Apple was 10 years ago. pic.twitter.com/Au2gLQW3El

— Horace Dediu (@asymco) August 1, 2019
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I disagree with Brian on some details (real buttons are vastly superior and the Oasis is not hard to hold), but otherwise I agree - non-distracted reading on a Kindle is great and the Paperwhite is still the best buy. https://t.co/ofjead4Xqv

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) August 1, 2019
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Yup! Overcast doesn’t “skip” silences — it shortens them. Long silences will still be long silences relative to the surrounding speech.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) August 1, 2019
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https://t.co/lUzsPcIPmr And I think there’s an app that has a lot of them built-in. I want to say it’s called Secrets, but that’s a password manager. But it was called something like that.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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That said, now that I know you don’t wish to be quoted, I’m happy to respect your wishes. (And if anyone else feels the same way, just let me know.)

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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contexts. I thought that what you wrote was of general interest, not of a personal nature, and unlikely to get you in trouble. So given that Twitter is a public forum, I think it’s reasonable to presume consent.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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23 days ago by mjtsai
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For better or worse, I think that’s pretty much what Twitter is, a way of spreading snippets far and wide via replies, retweets, favorites, timeline, search, etc. These days there are entire news articles and TV segments about particular tweets, taking them into different

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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I think the context of that comment was for Mac. Good to note that this exists for iOS, though.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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"Uploading to Apple to Notarize" is the new "COMPILING!" pic.twitter.com/4my35rxYJD

— Timo Perfitt (@tperfitt) August 1, 2019
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— Joe Groff (@jckarter) August 1, 2019
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23 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

Mixing License Codes and the Mac App Storehttps://t.co/ARB7mu9JgK

Equifax Breach Settlementhttps://t.co/X1bKvFyoqJ

The Alert Hammerhttps://t.co/UGNGO0bfT2

New 5K 27-Inch LG UltraFine Displayhttps://t.co/kOEmln6r6F#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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23 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

The Man Who Built The Retweethttps://t.co/aA6OlumtIt

On Switching from iPad to Chromebook in Schoolhttps://t.co/mWuFRJtz3e

Huge https://t.co/cGkccpX68p Gradientshttps://t.co/y7bzNc3I83

Debugging the Responder Chainhttps://t.co/eTd5SKAtPt#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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23 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

Apple Contractors “Regularly Hear Confidential Details” on Siri Recordingshttps://t.co/ZWeLQXbe2j

Desktop Apps Post-Catalysthttps://t.co/pSJBNMwHBU

Fast Software, the Best Softwarehttps://t.co/AyvO5ngv1G#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 1, 2019
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23 days ago by mjtsai
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It took me longer to read the doc on how to create a Safari browser extension than it did to read doc, create, & install a Chrome extension, & then upload the project to GitHub.

In other news, I created a Chrome extension to hide Twitter's right column. https://t.co/zD7FJQE0OM

— Kerri Hicks (@kerri9494) August 1, 2019
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