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GitUp on Twitter: "\(^O^)/ GitUp 1.0 has just been released and made entirely open source as a gift to the developer community! https://t.co/U4m5jxyhZS"
\(^O^)/ GitUp 1.0 has just been released and made entirely open source as a gift to the developer community! https://t.co/U4m5jxyhZS

— GitUp (@GitUpApp) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Wade Cosgrove on Twitter: "My kingdom for an IDE that can *always* jump to a file’s counterpart. (Beep)"
My kingdom for an IDE that can *always* jump to a file’s counterpart. (Beep)

— Wade Cosgrove (@wadeco) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Farhad Manjoo on Twitter: "At 5,200 comments the Amazon story is now officially the most commented-upon story in NYT history says the Audience Development team."
At 5,200 comments the Amazon story is now officially the most commented-upon story in NYT history says the Audience Development team.

— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Gwynne Raskind on Twitter: "@mjtsai @landonfuller Yes, please, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. LINQ is my all-time favorite C# feature, hands down."
@mjtsai @landonfuller Yes, please, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. LINQ is my all-time favorite C# feature, hands down.

— Gwynne Raskind (@ameaijou) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Landon Fuller on Twitter: "I like types. Stuff stack position into the type system, and if you forget to adjust offsets when shifting the value: http://t.co/az8mfO9YY8"
I like types. Stuff stack position into the type system, and if you forget to adjust offsets when shifting the value: pic.twitter.com/az8mfO9YY8

— Landon Fuller (@landonfuller) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@cjwl @landonfuller I thought half the fun with LINQ is that it knows the type of everything. Just not a good match for Objective-C."
@cjwl @landonfuller I thought half the fun with LINQ is that it knows the type of everything. Just not a good match for Objective-C.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@mikeash @landonfuller Mainly because of Apple, but it was a gaping hole that no one else had filled. And now there’s an ecosystem."
@mikeash @landonfuller Mainly because of Apple, but it was a gaping hole that no one else had filled. And now there’s an ecosystem.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@landonfuller Could LINQ work well in Xcode without special support (just Swift auto-complete)?"
@landonfuller Could LINQ work well in Xcode without special support (just Swift auto-complete)?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@landonfuller Right. Do you see Apple making Swift-only APIs any time soon? Or could a third-party LINQ gain traction?"
@landonfuller Right. Do you see Apple making Swift-only APIs any time soon? Or could a third-party LINQ gain traction?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Joel Bernstein on Twitter: "@mjtsai @landonfuller LINQ would require the ability to turn a closure into its AST representation, which AFAIK isn't possible now."
@mjtsai @landonfuller LINQ would require the ability to turn a closure into its AST representation, which AFAIK isn't possible now.

— Joel Bernstein (@CastIrony) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Landon Fuller on Twitter: "@schwa @jckarter One of many reasons why I can't trust "code migration" to mitigate the high costs of an unstable language :("
@schwa @jckarter One of many reasons why I can't trust "code migration" to mitigate the high costs of an unstable language :(

— Landon Fuller (@landonfuller) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "@jckarter It would be nice if an app could ship with 1.2 and 2.0 frameworks at the same time however."
@jckarter It would be nice if an app could ship with 1.2 and 2.0 frameworks at the same time however.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "@jckarter Shipping app is 1.2, I started working on some R&D in 2. R&D succeeded but produced a lot more 2.0 code than I expected…"
@jckarter Shipping app is 1.2, I started working on some R&D in 2. R&D succeeded but produced a lot more 2.0 code than I expected…

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@landonfuller LINQ looks great. Lots of issues with Core Data, but it does have traction."
@landonfuller LINQ looks great. Lots of issues with Core Data, but it does have traction.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@landonfuller Not sure what your “it’s” refers to. But I agree that it’s a good thing to move beyond OO as the solution to everything."
@landonfuller Not sure what your “it’s” refers to. But I agree that it’s a good thing to move beyond OO as the solution to everything.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
Landon Fuller on Twitter: "@mjtsai I'll take a language capable of expressing LINQ (relational algebra) over CoreData (OO) any day."
@mjtsai I'll take a language capable of expressing LINQ (relational algebra) over CoreData (OO) any day.

— Landon Fuller (@landonfuller) August 18, 2015
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august 2015 by mjtsai
CB (●—●) on Twitter: "Apple's newly revised website uses a partial hamburger menu on iOS. Cc/ @mjtsai http://t.co/LBHofXTIeL"
Apple's newly revised website uses a partial hamburger menu on iOS. Cc/ @mjtsai pic.twitter.com/LBHofXTIeL

— CB (●—●) (@cbee) August 18, 2015
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