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Neil Gall on Twitter: "@danielpunkass Absolutely. Been saying for a while call ObjC from Swift but never the other way. And preferably just don't mix the two."
@danielpunkass Absolutely. Been saying for a while call ObjC from Swift but never the other way. And preferably just don't mix the two.

— Neil Gall (@neilgall) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "… paying lots of impedance mismatch taxes now that might push me toward a different strategy for adopting Swift."
… paying lots of impedance mismatch taxes now that might push me toward a different strategy for adopting Swift.

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "So far I might go as far to suggest you should never implement in Swift a class you expect to use from Objective C. It sorta works ..."
So far I might go as far to suggest you should never implement in Swift a class you expect to use from Objective C. It sorta works ...

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
David Smith on Twitter: ".@benlangmuir they have huge numbers of locks (size matters more), with tiny critical sections (spinning makes sense), and high contention"
.@benlangmuir they have huge numbers of locks (size matters more), with tiny critical sections (spinning makes sense), and high contention

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Greg Pierce on Twitter: "You have to schedule time for experiments, or your core work will get stale. Proof of concept work I did today will reap benefits someday."
You have to schedule time for experiments, or your core work will get stale. Proof of concept work I did today will reap benefits someday.

— Greg Pierce (@agiletortoise) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Cabel Sasser on Twitter: "@gruber @SusanKare I think of Susan every time I visit Disney's California Adventure. "TIRES" and "BATTERIES"! :) https://t.co/5SayT3tYHu"
@gruber @SusanKare I think of Susan every time I visit Disney's California Adventure. "TIRES" and "BATTERIES"! :) https://t.co/5SayT3tYHu

— Cabel Sasser (@cabel) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@jckarter …and if it's *still* crashing after that, you might need this -classForCoder impl too: https://t.co/JuXsNyD14H"
@jckarter …and if it's *still* crashing after that, you might need this -classForCoder impl too: https://t.co/JuXsNyD14H

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Peter Maurer on Twitter: "@mmunz I'm so used to discarding the change after viewing, I hardly notice it anymore. (One NIB actually breaks if touched by Xcode 7.)"
@mmunz I'm so used to discarding the change after viewing, I hardly notice it anymore. (One NIB actually breaks if touched by Xcode 7.)

— Peter Maurer (@petermaurer) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Erik Schwiebert on Twitter: "@nebelch @grynspan @Catfish_Man @stattenf is that safe on >= 10.11? Why did addition of prefs entitlement break AppleEvents?"
@nebelch @grynspan @Catfish_Man @stattenf is that safe on >= 10.11? Why did addition of prefs entitlement break AppleEvents?

— Erik Schwiebert (@Schwieb) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Christian Gloddy on Twitter: ""WTF stands for Web Template Framework" Sure it does, @webkit team. Sure it does. 😜 https://t.co/vwG5Ut4g0x"
"WTF stands for Web Template Framework"
Sure it does, @webkit team. Sure it does. 😜https://t.co/vwG5Ut4g0x

— Christian Gloddy (@gloddy) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Javi.swift on Twitter: "Awesome discovery of the day: Xcode plugin to show the Xcode version on the icon: https://t.co/QEBNfTpy0i https://t.co/MYRFCOLGUa"
Awesome discovery of the day: Xcode plugin to show the Xcode version on the icon: https://t.co/QEBNfTpy0i pic.twitter.com/MYRFCOLGUa

— Javi.swift (@Javi) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "If your Swift app crashes in -[_SwiftNativeNSError dealloc], try adding this category to your app as a workaround: https://t.co/vB7V7doC9f"
If your Swift app crashes in -[_SwiftNativeNSError dealloc], try adding this category to your app as a workaround: https://t.co/vB7V7doC9f

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Mark Munz on Twitter: "Can you imagine if every time you looked at a src file (.m/.swift) or an image, Xcode changed it? Crazy."
Can you imagine if every time you looked at a src file (.m/.swift) or an image, Xcode changed it? Crazy.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@peternlewis I just tried this in the new beta, and turning it back on does seem to work now."
@peternlewis I just tried this in the new beta, and turning it back on does seem to work now.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Nicholas Riley on Twitter: "3 devices and my Windows VM yelling at me that I'm out of iCloud space but for 2 days it won't let me buy more. Gah. https://t.co/Qiv6rDoCAt"
3 devices and my Windows VM yelling at me that I'm out of iCloud space but for 2 days it won't let me buy more. Gah. pic.twitter.com/Qiv6rDoCAt

— Nicholas Riley (@nriley) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Tom Harrington on Twitter: "When you open a storyboard, Xcode sniffs it, then lifts its leg and marks its territory. rdar://19379506, rdar://15548031"
When you open a storyboard, Xcode sniffs it, then lifts its leg and marks its territory. rdar://19379506, rdar://15548031

— Tom Harrington (@atomicbird) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Mark Munz on Twitter: "Is there anyway to prevent Xcode 7 from “touching” XIB files when you are just viewing them? This is getting really old."
Is there anyway to prevent Xcode 7 from “touching” XIB files when you are just viewing them? This is getting really old.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Mayur on Twitter: "I can almost *never* touch the Done button in a Safari View Controller the first time."
I can almost *never* touch the Done button in a Safari View Controller the first time.

— Mayur (@MayurDhaka) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Jesse Grosjean on Twitter: "I think @olemoritz was correct in his review process diagnosis. Two errors on me. One on app store. And no warnings from compiler! :)"
I think @olemoritz was correct in his review process diagnosis. Two errors on me. One on app store. And no warnings from compiler! :)

— Jesse Grosjean (@jessegrosjean) May 6, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai

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