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Need to be sure you really need that thing--often only in the abstract is that true. There's a great lesson on that in the book "Dreaming In Code" (no matter the problem, calendaring for example, they were going to get an object-oriented database). https://t.co/oOxxikUT9i

— Steven Sinofsky (@stevesi) July 2, 2018
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They can go live by family, have a ridiculously high standard of living, and work on really cool problems for quickly-growing companies.

Remote work isn't perfect; still good to get in person, but easy to justify flights + hotels when the alternative is SF salaries

— Austen Allred (@AustenAllred) July 2, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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The level of talent we can hire by getting people who used to work at FAANG, offering them 50% what they used to make, and letting them leave the Bay Area is absurd.

— Austen Allred (@AustenAllred) July 2, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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This is 100% correct. Housing has killed the golden goose that is Silicon Valley, yet network effects (VC, exec hires) don't fall apart that quickly.

Solution? HQ in SF + pockets of leadership where possible, distributed everything else https://t.co/7hPK01e3op

— Austen Allred (@AustenAllred) July 2, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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1/ Building startups in San Francisco is getting ridiculously expensive. (No shit, sherlock). The NYT recently covered the phenomenon here: San Francisco Is So Expensive, You Can Make Six Figures and Still Be ‘Low Income’
https://t.co/hEAStDzdt2

— 🇺🇸 Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) July 2, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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This is something I misunderstood for a long time.

The value of SF isn’t finding 100 people who can write Python. It’s finding the person who led the team that did exactly what you need at Google and can spin up the team to do it like it’s second nature. https://t.co/M7eKnDHYSc

— Austen Allred (@AustenAllred) July 2, 2018
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Apple: Wide gamut images which use DP3 profiles are the future and make sure to save everything as 16 bits per channel for deep color support!

Also Apple: Here’s this awesome new format called HEIC and we won’t bother adding 16 bits per channel writes.

Me: aggggggjfldsajfld!@!4

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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Time Synchronized to the Nanosecond: https://t.co/Pf15NketyQ #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 2, 2018
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Netflix of Podcasts: https://t.co/G9IICWyFwn #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 2, 2018
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NSOnState Is Deprecated: https://t.co/LzphzkzmPN #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 2, 2018
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Reclaiming RSS: https://t.co/ftIFyW0Obb #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 2, 2018
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Surface Book 2: https://t.co/19RbpuVFbx #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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See thread. *This* is why I complain about frameworks that emulate native UI instead of using what the platform provides. It’s not technical elitism - I don’t care if they use JS or C. It’s because every time somebody reinvents the UI they get it wrong in tiny, aggravating ways. https://t.co/C2yRCBGt04

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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what? what? what is this? what? what fucking toolkit is this? what is this? what GUI is this? why is this a completely fucking new GUI that's not windows, not the normal chrome UI, not the web, it's NOTHING? WHY DID WE NEED A NEW CUSTOM GUI TOOLKIT AND THEME? pic.twitter.com/AEdrHimo5F

— Gravis McElroy (@gravislizard) July 2, 2018
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Oh fuck.. https://t.co/9G8kDILNrz

— Alex (@Tales) July 2, 2018
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Anyone else's iMac Pro randomly turn off in use, logging something like this in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ ProxiedDevice-Bridge/panic-full-[timestamp].ips? pic.twitter.com/va7Mpu9XvF

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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It’s July. Not 1, not 2, but 3 new iPhones come out in ~60 days and the hype is …zero.

Usually we would all be analyzing and predicting sizes and prices and talking about what we’ll buy. Nothin’.

Software is the new hardware.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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Still a little skeptical of this result, but after 2 weeks of A/B testing it looks like adding this 'not a subscription' line to our IAP screen boosted sales by ~10%. (not *completely* ridiculous, given how many emails we get asking whether or not our product is a subscription) pic.twitter.com/HF8ZTl4Vfe

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) July 2, 2018
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Sketch has the best error messages @sketchapp pic.twitter.com/PIJJkPFath

— Eli Schiff (@eli_schiff) July 2, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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I'm waiting for the Xcode release where the refactoring is a priority. It's broken for the Objective-C and for Swift. Current status: manually rename because refactoring is failing.

— Marcin Krzyzanowski (@krzyzanowskim) July 2, 2018
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