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Wouldn't it be nice if third party developers could spend, say, 2 whole years just making their apps *better*, and not spend any time making their apps *compatible*?

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) June 21, 2018
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Not mentioned in WWDC 2018 session 414: another malloc free list signature is a bad address 0x…bead; 0x…bec0 and 0x…bec8 are common in objc_msgSend due to masking and offsets. That value is a remnant of the malloc free list encoding by the nanozone allocator on some platforms.

— Greg Parker (@gparker) June 21, 2018
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As seen in WWDC 2018 session 414: a crash with a bad address that looks like a valid heap address rotated right 4 bits is a sign of use after free. That 4 bit rotate is an encoding of the malloc free list.https://t.co/NJ0QHkBfaP

— Greg Parker (@gparker) June 21, 2018
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Also every time I do a CoreData app I discover a few new tricks that make me feel bad about my last implementation. EVERY TIME.

This time it was transformables. Can't remember if I didn't use them because of a low deployment target?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 21, 2018
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"Later this summer, development teams for organizations in the Apple Developer Program will be unified across the Apple Developer website and App Store Connect, with one team and one set of roles."https://t.co/UMl211ZVD3

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) June 21, 2018
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This is your (ir)regular reminder that you can type Xcode substitution tokens manually! Surround a word with angle brackets and hashes like — on typing the closing angle bracket, you’ll get a nice selectable inline token. Copy/paste to rapidly prototype repetitive code!

— Tim Ekl (@timothyekl) June 21, 2018
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I mean, I don't use spinny disks much anymore, but it's been embarrassing how much better Windows is when it runs on a spinny disk, so I'm glad to hear it!

Also my mom just bought a Fusion iMac even though I tried to get her to go full SSD.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 21, 2018
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AirPower Status and Removing the Lightning Port: https://t.co/gfhYxmSSHH #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 21, 2018
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Airbnb Switching Away From React Native: https://t.co/tYe1G0DLzn #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 21, 2018
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Europe’s New Copyright Rules: https://t.co/L1RJuoxg4b #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 21, 2018
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Andy Hertzfeld Interview: https://t.co/IPsRQ8QAbl #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 21, 2018
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Malware via USB Charging: https://t.co/btqtwABxtY #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 21, 2018
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While ARM-Macs are still only a rumor, it‘s reality for Windows, complete with emulation and fat binaries. And of course we are on the forefront of supporting it! https://t.co/X6MzmZUwQS

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) June 21, 2018
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Xcode showing hex values can be misleading.

Closely look at this screenshot: LLDB shows the true value while Xcode shows the in-memory little-endian storage. pic.twitter.com/E6Obz9xVU7

— Florent Pillet (@fpillet) June 21, 2018
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@gruber @zcichy i believe you were wondering recently if trent reznor was still with apple music, this interview on https://t.co/cd317ubTAR seems to imply he is not. pic.twitter.com/FlxGu6s1aH

— Jim Bennett (@Therum) June 21, 2018
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That’s where it gets academic. This is all only really relevant in the Apple ecosystem. Since the switch has been made, even if I was more on the language creator, than the user side, it’s too late as external influence. Two years ago I might have bitten, if I wasn’t maintaining.

— @monkeydom (@monkeydom) June 21, 2018
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IT used to be the case in IB that if you dragged one or more views from one parent to another, it didn't preserve their relative positions within the parent frame, so you would then have to manually position them all again.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) June 21, 2018
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This description of AT&T’s new data plans with built-in zero-rated video services literally looks like the sort of image people made to illustrate the danger of losing net neutrality pic.twitter.com/0Ohy1nNvJ8

— nilay patel (@reckless) June 21, 2018
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Well. Essentially a dialed down version of Swift that stays in line with the spirit of Obj-C. Start with a reduced clearer syntax without the C, build slowly around it. Build upon it based on both the needs of the compiler and high level framework users/builders. …

— @monkeydom (@monkeydom) June 21, 2018
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I spoke precisely: ARC was motivated by what became Swift, that is why we did ARC *then*. Folks involved remember that is was a very hard push as well as an amazing technical feat: libauto was entrenched. Impossible to say whether it ever would have happened in a parallel world

— Chris Lattner (@clattner_llvm) June 21, 2018
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