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jcieplinski on Twitter: "The first stage of admitting you made a poor UI choice: “We just need to hang a sign on it, so people will SEE it.” https://t.co/p74WwWWX8P"
The first stage of admitting you made a poor UI choice: “We just need to hang a sign on it, so people will SEE it.” pic.twitter.com/p74WwWWX8P

— jcieplinski (@jcieplinski) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Charlie Deets on Twitter: "One argument I'm not a huge fan of is that it is 'difficult to keep engineers interested when prioritizing bug fixes'. Software quality is… https://t.co/hGAkjdVXlw"
One argument I'm not a huge fan of is that it is 'difficult to keep engineers interested when prioritizing bug fixes'.

Software quality is a point of pride for an engineer. It may not sound exciting, but it's powerful and fulfilling to be deliberate.

— Charlie Deets (@charliedeets) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Dan Masters on Twitter: "Nolan makes a great point here: “It has been apparent Apple is applying app level processes to systems level development which is not excusa… https://t.co/mNPxPZqrNz"
Nolan makes a great point here: “It has been apparent Apple is applying app level processes to systems level development which is not excusable.” https://t.co/Jzk1AxiBJV

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Nolan O'Brien on Twitter: "@mobile_reach @noelc I had an earlier tweet that this is a systems development problem and systems development principles should have prevented these issues. My… https://t.co/mQop9492aL"
I had an earlier tweet that this is a systems development problem and systems development principles should have prevented these issues. My assertion is Apple are applying app dev processes to systems which is incompatible with quality, security and reliability

— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@bob_burrough 2/ HW is where Cook grew up, so he has a gut respect for the difficulties of schedule and changes that he does not have for SW (and services… https://t.co/EfTv4obhrH"
2/ HW is where Cook grew up, so he has a gut respect for the difficulties of schedule and changes that he does not have for SW (and services).

— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@bob_burrough 1/ HW more obviously generates the money. So it gets the love and respect, and SW does not. Complaints by SW team about impossible schedule… https://t.co/49s8IYbCF2"
1/ HW more obviously generates the money. So it gets the love and respect, and SW does not.
Complaints by SW team about impossible schedules are ignored, technical debt allowed to pile up. If HW cannot deliver this year, it's allowed to slip, not SW.

— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Nolan O'Brien on Twitter: "@mobile_reach @noelc @stroughtonsmith It’s indicative of a prioritization at the surface level (new and shiny stuff to cram down consumers throats) and deprioritization at the sy… https://t.co/mkaOFnki8D"
It’s indicative of a prioritization at the surface level (new and shiny stuff to cram down consumers throats) and deprioritization at the systems levels. Is it attrition? Management? Process? Definitely leadership though. The buck stops with Tim, even if not him specifically.

— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Nolan O'Brien on Twitter: "@noelc @stroughtonsmith The fix was in earlier betas. Either someone fixed the bug not realizing how critical it was (should have been escalated) or it was an acci… https://t.co/vxwLzzEpCX"
The fix was in earlier betas. Either someone fixed the bug not realizing how critical it was (should have been escalated) or it was an accidental fix. This was definitively not 11.2 + fix pushed. In fact the 11.2 beta 6 is he same as the GM.

— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Diane Ross on Twitter: "Looks like I’m in good company when I say, Apple needs to concentrate on fixes not yearly updates. https://t.co/kMtNGq32AD"
Looks like I’m in good company when I say, Apple needs to concentrate on fixes not yearly updates. https://t.co/kMtNGq32AD

— Diane Ross (@dianeoforegon) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Dan McDonald on Twitter: "@mjtsai Bringing this back from the dead. I see firefox doing this too, like it's forking/execing something quick but then it hangs on what you des… https://t.co/nJ9Uf4jjUj"
Bringing this back from the dead. I see firefox doing this too, like it's forking/execing something quick but then it hangs on what you describe.

— Dan McDonald (@kebesays) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Rushed iOS 11.2 Update to Fix Date Crasher: https://t.co/UD7aOQaBKF #mjtsaiblog"
Rushed iOS 11.2 Update to Fix Date Crasher: https://t.co/UD7aOQaBKF #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Steve Troughton-Smith on Twitter: "Sounds like iOS 11.2 bricking Face ID is a real problem. If you can make it to midnight without the SpringBoard notification crash loop on 1… https://t.co/2nsjnfAsjZ"
Sounds like iOS 11.2 bricking Face ID is a real problem. If you can make it to midnight without the SpringBoard notification crash loop on 11.1.2, might be worth holding off on 11.2 for a few days… (this is why OTAs don't go out on a weekend)

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Michael Yacavone on Twitter: "And, Radar or GTFO doesn’t really work for UI/UX bugs, so now there are years of those that they don’t even have tracked anywhere. https://t.co/fEPaGaY4EX"
And, Radar or GTFO doesn’t really work for UI/UX bugs, so now there are years of those that they don’t even have tracked anywhere. https://t.co/fEPaGaY4EX

— Michael Yacavone (@notio) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Peter Maurer on Twitter: "Radar or GTFO, they said, illustrating their belief that their bugs were our problem. Little did they realize that this mindset would eventu… https://t.co/I3M7TFslFG"
Radar or GTFO, they said, illustrating their belief that their bugs were our problem. Little did they realize that this mindset would eventually come back to bite them.

— Peter Maurer (@petermaurer) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Andru Edwards on Twitter: "@NickStarr @gruber I’m talking about Apple Pay Cash, which was what the question was about. It is still in the betas, and won’t be publicly available until nex… https://t.co/zxxIwnIDFL"
I’m talking about Apple Pay Cash, which was what the question was about. It is still in the betas, and won’t be publicly available until next week. Where’s the lie?

— Andru Edwards (@AndruEdwards) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@rjonesy And if you use multiple macs with screen-sharing, after a few days remote screens will no longer capture command-space and command-tab keyst… https://t.co/9ncw2CQlGT"
And if you use multiple macs with screen-sharing, after a few days remote screens will no longer capture command-space and command-tab keystrokes…
(On the plus side, now that I have to reboot my Mac 4x+ a week, this is a problem encountered less frequently...)

— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@rjonesy Don't forget the media keys (eg play/pause) than randomly do or don't control iTunes depending on the phase of the moon. I honestly cannot… https://t.co/moXyzlZNT4"
Don't forget the media keys (eg play/pause) than randomly do or don't control iTunes depending on the phase of the moon.
I honestly cannot figure out WTF is going on with that bug.

Might seem minor but DESTROY the delight of using the Mac.

— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@rjonesy > Both of these are (IMHO) terrible, STUPID decisions that are destroying Apple's brand value. Question is -- to what extent does Craig hav… https://t.co/qw3L8qQAVa"
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Both of these are (IMHO) terrible, STUPID decisions that are destroying Apple's brand value.
Question is -- to what extent does Craig have control over them?
Who has made these decisions and kept them going at least two or three years beyond when they made sense?

— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
zakOS on Twitter: "@gruber Also, still no iMessages in iCloud 🤷🏻‍♀️"
Also, still no iMessages in iCloud 🤷🏻‍♀️

— zakOS (@zatara214) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Maynard Handley on Twitter: "@rjonesy Yes and no. *I* see Apple's problems as - technical debt. The company has chosen to prioritize new features every year over the "boring" f… https://t.co/G04gXin0HQ"
Yes and no. *I* see Apple's problems as

- technical debt. The company has chosen to prioritize new features every year over the "boring" fixing of long-standing problems.

- insistence on a fixed annual schedule; new iPhones (and new iOS) every September.
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— Maynard Handley (@handleym99) December 2, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai

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