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Ash Furrow on Twitter: "2014: Ugh! Swift optionals are too confusing! Unusable. 2016: We can’t use React Native, JavaScript doesn’t have optionals!"
2014: Ugh! Swift optionals are too confusing! Unusable.
2016: We can’t use React Native, JavaScript doesn’t have optionals!

— Ash Furrow (@ashfurrow) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Tom Harrington on Twitter: "If you’re updating SSH keys in iOS apps, it seems that most don’t support the OpenSSH key format. Don’t use “-o” with ssh-keygen. #protip"
If you’re updating SSH keys in iOS apps, it seems that most don’t support the OpenSSH key format. Don’t use “-o” with ssh-keygen. #protip

— Tom Harrington (@atomicbird) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Brent Simmons on Twitter: "One of the little touches I love about Omni’s Mac apps is how the toolbar icons change color when you switch between blue and graphite."
One of the little touches I love about Omni’s Mac apps is how the toolbar icons change color when you switch between blue and graphite.

— Brent Simmons (@brentsimmons) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Brian Webster on Twitter: "Just used Address Sanitizer in Xcode 8 for the first time. Immediately pinpointed the exact problem on the first try. https://t.co/jUsTOyZk5J"
Just used Address Sanitizer in Xcode 8 for the first time. Immediately pinpointed the exact problem on the first try. pic.twitter.com/jUsTOyZk5J

— Brian Webster (@bwebster) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Xcode 8 removes all deployment targets older than iOS 8.0 from the dropdown. Guess Apple *really* don't want you supporting old devices huh?"
Xcode 8 removes all deployment targets older than iOS 8.0 from the dropdown. Guess Apple *really* don't want you supporting old devices huh?

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "This is *fractally* bad. At first you just notice the length, but then… birthdayDay:(int) then male:(BOOL)… I'm scared to read further 😱 https://t.co/tC3OVY4Ojm"
This is *fractally* bad. At first you just notice the length, but then…
birthdayDay:(int)
then
male:(BOOL)…
I'm scared to read further 😱 https://t.co/tC3OVY4Ojm

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) September 30, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Rich Siegel on Twitter: ".@siracusa I put a sticker on my laptop. It took some effort to get the angle right. https://t.co/iFvM6P1viy"
.@siracusa I put a sticker on my laptop. It took some effort to get the angle right. pic.twitter.com/iFvM6P1viy

— Rich Siegel (@siegel) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Wade Cosgrove on Twitter: "@gruber And what if the movies by mail were ones you actually wanted to watch, instead of junk that was instantly available."
@gruber And what if the movies by mail were ones you actually wanted to watch, instead of junk that was instantly available.

— Wade Cosgrove (@wadeco) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
John Gruber on Twitter: "Imagine if instead of streaming what you want to watch right now, Netflix were a service that sent your selections on discs via the mail."
Imagine if instead of streaming what you want to watch right now, Netflix were a service that sent your selections on discs via the mail.

— John Gruber (@gruber) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Drew McCormack on Twitter: "@justkwin Is there a Swift runtime? Even so, many calls are hard wired with vtables etc, and crashes can be much more obscure."
@justkwin Is there a Swift runtime? Even so, many calls are hard wired with vtables etc, and crashes can be much more obscure.

— Drew McCormack (@drewmccormack) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Matthew Drayton on Twitter: "@mjtsai @danielpunkass I think sandboxing is not just user-hostile, but developer-hostile too."
@mjtsai @danielpunkass I think sandboxing is not just user-hostile, but developer-hostile too.

— Matthew Drayton (@mjdrayton) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Mailtitude: Take Apple Mail to the Next Level: https://t.co/JvcjbAWybF #mjtsaiblog"
Mailtitude: Take Apple Mail to the Next Level: https://t.co/JvcjbAWybF #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Omni’s IAP Trials and Upgrade Discounts: https://t.co/xxrAhFqoCp #mjtsaiblog"
Omni’s IAP Trials and Upgrade Discounts: https://t.co/xxrAhFqoCp #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Drew McCormack on Twitter: "Anyone who says Swift has solved all our memory issues probably hasn't been using it much. Just as many, and with no run time, very obscure."
Anyone who says Swift has solved all our memory issues probably hasn't been using it much. Just as many, and with no run time, very obscure.

— Drew McCormack (@drewmccormack) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Ole Begemann on Twitter: "The Swift standard library uses a fun little hack to allow Xcode to capture print output (and totally public!). https://t.co/nCg83u7Br7"
The Swift standard library uses a fun little hack to allow Xcode to capture print output (and totally public!). https://t.co/nCg83u7Br7

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
David Owens II on Twitter: "This basically sums up why I've been using C++ for most of my code bases now: tired of being locked into platforms. https://t.co/XykdTKszBT"
This basically sums up why I've been using C++ for most of my code bases now: tired of being locked into platforms. https://t.co/XykdTKszBT

— David Owens II (@owensd) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Brent Simmons on Twitter: "Why is the segmented control separated in the toolbar but not in the sheet? https://t.co/gVapIXOMQH"
Why is the segmented control separated in the toolbar but not in the sheet? pic.twitter.com/gVapIXOMQH

— Brent Simmons (@brentsimmons) September 30, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai

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