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Andrew Abernathy on Twitter: "Instead, it picks a semi-random address, and I don’t notice, and vendor gets confused. (Ideally, wish Mail were better about catchalls.)"
Instead, it picks a semi-random address, and I don’t notice, and vendor gets confused. (Ideally, wish Mail were better about catchalls.)

— Andrew Abernathy (@andrewabernathy) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Andrew Abernathy on Twitter: "I use custom addresses when dealing with vendors. When replying to email not sent to any of my known addresses, I wish Mail would warn me."
I use custom addresses when dealing with vendors. When replying to email not sent to any of my known addresses, I wish Mail would warn me.

— Andrew Abernathy (@andrewabernathy) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Wil Shipley on Twitter: "“Did we forget to document what can cause a GestureRecognizer to be cancelled?” “Uh...nooooooooo?”"
“Did we forget to document what can cause a GestureRecognizer to be cancelled?”
“Uh...nooooooooo?”

— Wil Shipley (@wilshipley) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Jim Correia on Twitter: "1 year in, iOS Music and iTunes still disagree about whether Apple Music should be on the right or left when searching."
1 year in, iOS Music and iTunes still disagree about whether Apple Music should be on the right or left when searching.

— Jim Correia (@jimcorreia) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Mark Munz on Twitter: "I’ve had more issues pop up since 10.11.5, than previous 10.11.0-10.11.4 combined. Really seems like a questionable release."
I’ve had more issues pop up since 10.11.5, than previous 10.11.0-10.11.4 combined. Really seems like a questionable release.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@mpweiher I see this as adding optional static features rather than removing dynamic ones."
@mpweiher I see this as adding optional static features rather than removing dynamic ones.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Marcel Weiher on Twitter: "@mjtsai With ARC, performSelector: and variants are very hard to get right…and ARC in general wants to know types statically."
@mjtsai With ARC, performSelector: and variants are very hard to get right…and ARC in general wants to know types statically.

— Marcel Weiher (@mpweiher) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@mpweiher Which dynamic features were removed from Objective-C?"
@mpweiher Which dynamic features were removed from Objective-C?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Matthew Johnson on Twitter: "@owensd if number of bugs is proportional to lines of code, eliminating the need for that code reduces bugs even if there are no other wins"
@owensd if number of bugs is proportional to lines of code, eliminating the need for that code reduces bugs even if there are no other wins

— Matthew Johnson (@anandabits) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Matthew Johnson on Twitter: "@owensd well written code in dynamically typed languages is often bloated with all kinds of checks the type system takes care of for you."
@owensd well written code in dynamically typed languages is often bloated with all kinds of checks the type system takes care of for you.

— Matthew Johnson (@anandabits) May 21, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai

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