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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "@timburks the % operator is defined differently in Swift than in C (and presumably Go). It's basically fmod() when used with float arguments"
@timburks the % operator is defined differently in Swift than in C (and presumably Go). It's basically fmod() when used with float arguments

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Shantonu Sen on Twitter: "@marcoarment better to use atomic, and dispatch source on enclosing directory. When source fires, check dev/ino for change and reparse"
@marcoarment better to use atomic, and dispatch source on enclosing directory. When source fires, check dev/ino for change and reparse

— Shantonu Sen (@shantonusen) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Christoffer Lernö on Twitter: "Isn't it ironic that Swift, created by a compiler writer, still has people agreeing that the tooling is the greatest problem with the lang?"
Isn't it ironic that Swift, created by a compiler writer, still has people agreeing that the tooling is the greatest problem with the lang?

— Christoffer Lernö (@nuoji) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Never mind, MMWormhole is better. Does the whole thing in memory. I misunderstood its use of Darwin notifications the first time I read it."
Never mind, MMWormhole is better. Does the whole thing in memory. I misunderstood its use of Darwin notifications the first time I read it.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Conrad Stoll on Twitter: "@marcoarment what sold me on MMWormhole as the way to go was Apple's response supporting Darwin Notification Center https://t.co/u5NFY2qn4u"
@marcoarment what sold me on MMWormhole as the way to go was Apple's response supporting Darwin Notification Center https://t.co/u5NFY2qn4u

— Conrad Stoll (@conradstoll) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Nick Heer on Twitter: "Some people BASE jump; others swim with sharks. I try to sync my iPhone in under 15 minutes because I need to leave the house."
Some people BASE jump; others swim with sharks. I try to sync my iPhone in under 15 minutes because I need to leave the house.

— Nick Heer (@nickheer) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@betalogue It's been that way for several versions now. The new bookmark files embed high-resolution icon data."
@betalogue It's been that way for several versions now. The new bookmark files embed high-resolution icon data.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Feathers on Twitter: "Obama goes on record supporting backdoor-ed encryption: http://t.co/dYnqxizFWT #facepalm"
Obama goes on record supporting backdoor-ed encryption: http://t.co/dYnqxizFWT #facepalm

— Michael Feathers (@mfeathers) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Rosyna Keller on Twitter: "All TSA approved baggage locks have a government mandated backdoor. Over 56 baggage screeners have been fired for theft as of August 2014."
All TSA approved baggage locks have a government mandated backdoor. Over 56 baggage screeners have been fired for theft as of August 2014.

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Buzz Andersen on Twitter: "@danielpunkass Oh, also, the arbitrary rewriting of headers by NSURLSession is BS. In general, it feels abstracted way *too* far."
@danielpunkass Oh, also, the arbitrary rewriting of headers by NSURLSession is BS. In general, it feels abstracted way *too* far.

— Buzz Andersen (@buzz) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai
Buzz Andersen on Twitter: "@danielpunkass Yeah. Abstractions feel kinda wrong and not like they were designed by people who have worked on complex HTTP clients."
@danielpunkass Yeah. Abstractions feel kinda wrong and not like they were designed by people who have worked on complex HTTP clients.

— Buzz Andersen (@buzz) January 17, 2015
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january 2015 by mjtsai

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