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Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "So yeah. Basically Swift tuples are completely fucking random under Release. Work fine in Debug. http://t.co/cDrxpVpuyE"
So yeah. Basically Swift tuples are completely fucking random under Release. Work fine in Debug. pic.twitter.com/cDrxpVpuyE

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) January 31, 2015
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Emo Ben on Twitter: "@schwa I don’t build with optimizations because it enough different that random bugs pop up"
@schwa I don’t build with optimizations because it enough different that random bugs pop up

— Emo Ben (@benagarr) January 31, 2015
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Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "More swift fun: Unit tests work just fine in Debug. In Release all the math produces different results. EEP!"
More swift fun: Unit tests work just fine in Debug. In Release all the math produces different results. EEP!

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) January 31, 2015
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Ken Ferry on Twitter: "@rob_rix @optshiftk yeah… seems like in Swift "generic functions" aren't functions, they're templates for functions."
@rob_rix @optshiftk yeah… seems like in Swift "generic functions" aren't functions, they're templates for functions.

— Ken Ferry (@kongtomorrow) January 31, 2015
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Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "@invalidname By not making it an typealias it makes it VERY clumsy dealing with APIs that care about float or double. e.g. OGL or Accelerate"
@invalidname By not making it an typealias it makes it VERY clumsy dealing with APIs that care about float or double. e.g. OGL or Accelerate

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) January 31, 2015
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Christoffer Lernö on Twitter: "@owensd I also love how people keep saying "hey! it's almost as fast as ObjC, that's great for such a young language!". Facepalm."
@owensd I also love how people keep saying "hey! it's almost as fast as ObjC, that's great for such a young language!". Facepalm.

— Christoffer Lernö (@nuoji) January 31, 2015
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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "It's a sad state of affairs if App Store economics are such that award-winning games aren't even worth maintaining beyond a couple years."
It's a sad state of affairs if App Store economics are such that award-winning games aren't even worth maintaining beyond a couple years.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 31, 2015
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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Has anyone else noticed that Anomaly: Warzone Earth now crashes on launch, and is no longer available on the App Store?"
Has anyone else noticed that Anomaly: Warzone Earth now crashes on launch, and is no longer available on the App Store?

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 31, 2015
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Compose Conference on Twitter: ""If you have a new construct in your language, stop naming it functor" http://t.co/o6HZkSOq4v"
"If you have a new construct in your language, stop naming it functor" pic.twitter.com/o6HZkSOq4v

— Compose Conference (@composeconf) January 31, 2015
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Marco Arment on Twitter: "Ever install an App Store app and have it sit there “Waiting” for a long time for no apparent reason? Background downloads use that queue."
Ever install an App Store app and have it sit there “Waiting” for a long time for no apparent reason? Background downloads use that queue.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) January 31, 2015
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Marco Arment on Twitter: "Think I’ll finally dump background-download sessions in the next version after sync fix. They cause so many more problems than they solve."
Think I’ll finally dump background-download sessions in the next version after sync fix. They cause so many more problems than they solve.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) January 31, 2015
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Overcast on Twitter: "To send beta feedback, use the Feedback feature in the TestFlight app. It automatically includes device/OS/language, which is useful to me."
To send beta feedback, use the Feedback feature in the TestFlight app. It automatically includes device/OS/language, which is useful to me.

— Overcast (@OvercastFM) January 31, 2015
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Marcel Weiher on Twitter: "@nicklockwood …that making that task a little easier really only detracts from its futility."
@nicklockwood …that making that task a little easier really only detracts from its futility.

— Marcel Weiher (@mpweiher) January 31, 2015
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Marcel Weiher on Twitter: "@nicklockwood …at getting things to run, as well as then actually understanding what the program was doing. We are such bad head-computers …"
@nicklockwood …at getting things to run, as well as then actually understanding what the program was doing. We are such bad head-computers …

— Marcel Weiher (@mpweiher) January 31, 2015
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Marcel Weiher on Twitter: "@nicklockwood …source. Others would just run it, possibly with instrumentation or variations. 2nd group was order of magnitude faster both…"
@nicklockwood …source. Others would just run it, possibly with instrumentation or variations. 2nd group was order of magnitude faster both…

— Marcel Weiher (@mpweiher) January 31, 2015
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Marcel Weiher on Twitter: "@nicklockwood Well reasoned. I remember that distinction from university: some people wanted to debug their code by reasoning about the …"
@nicklockwood Well reasoned. I remember that distinction from university: some people wanted to debug their code by reasoning about the …

— Marcel Weiher (@mpweiher) January 31, 2015
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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "… programming makes it easier to reason about object code (e.g. what is the machine actually doing when I access this array index)."
… programming makes it easier to reason about object code (e.g. what is the machine actually doing when I access this array index).

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 31, 2015
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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Functional programming makes it easier to reason about source code (e.g what side effects might this function have?), whereas imperative …"
Functional programming makes it easier to reason about source code (e.g what side effects might this function have?), whereas imperative …

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 31, 2015
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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I've come to realise that the functional vs imperative debate boils down to 2 different, valid meanings of "reason about what code is doing""
I've come to realise that the functional vs imperative debate boils down to 2 different, valid meanings of "reason about what code is doing"

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) January 31, 2015
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