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Dare Obasanjo on Twitter: "Every time a developer says "temporary workaround" I remember this list. http://t.co/OpI48BvJxo"
Every time a developer says "temporary workaround" I remember this list. pic.twitter.com/OpI48BvJxo

— Dare Obasanjo (@Carnage4Life) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Lightroom update: rendering 1:1 previews on import does drastically speed up browsing, but WOW it’s slow on import. https://t.co/TxPQ02sIYP"
Lightroom update: rendering 1:1 previews on import does drastically speed up browsing, but WOW it’s slow on import. https://t.co/TxPQ02sIYP

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Photos seems like it’s *actually* designed for the perfect, pre-pruned photo libraries they show in the marketing materials, not real life."
Photos seems like it’s *actually* designed for the perfect, pre-pruned photo libraries they show in the marketing materials, not real life.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@owensd ...so missing or incorrect types become apparent as code comes to rely on their deeper properties."
@owensd ...so missing or incorrect types become apparent as code comes to rely on their deeper properties.

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@owensd One thing is, in a dependent typed language, you couldn't write code that relied on `not a != a` w/o proving it first..."
@owensd One thing is, in a dependent typed language, you couldn't write code that relied on `not a != a` w/o proving it first...

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Photos’ editing tools are not only more cumbersome, but can’t achieve Lightroom’s quality, especially in exposure and optical corrections."
Photos’ editing tools are not only more cumbersome, but can’t achieve Lightroom’s quality, especially in exposure and optical corrections.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "This vacation clarified the stark differences between Photos and Lightroom: Photos is where pruned, finished JPEGs go after Lightroom."
This vacation clarified the stark differences between Photos and Lightroom: Photos is where pruned, finished JPEGs go after Lightroom.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "Was told I was not a cool kid even though I wrote some AngularJS because it wasn’t Angular 2. I give up trying to be cool."
Was told I was not a cool kid even though I wrote some AngularJS because it wasn’t Angular 2. I give up trying to be cool.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Peter Steinberger on Twitter: "I'm not sure this is a good idea, but it's somewhat beautiful. http://t.co/ixb3Mc0574"
I'm not sure this is a good idea, but it's somewhat beautiful. pic.twitter.com/ixb3Mc0574

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Pete Barber on Twitter: "@olebegemann re updateConstraints post. Case for initial setup: Custom UIView using constraints to layout sub-views. Needed to render in IB"
@olebegemann re updateConstraints post. Case for initial setup: Custom UIView using constraints to layout sub-views. Needed to render in IB

— Pete Barber (@foobarber) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@rickfillion @numist @Catfish_Man SQLite does its own file locking."
@rickfillion @numist @Catfish_Man SQLite does its own file locking.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Dr. Drang on Twitter: "Three levels of force touch input: http://t.co/Q58qr7jtpw From the company that took two decades to release a two-button mouse."
Three levels of force touch input: http://t.co/Q58qr7jtpw From the company that took two decades to release a two-button mouse.

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Catfish_Man It's the kind of thing people would implement for themselves—poorly—if it wasn't there."
@Catfish_Man It's the kind of thing people would implement for themselves—poorly—if it wasn't there.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Catfish_Man I'm not using it, and it's pretty clear it would have limitations like that. But seems like a reasonable LCD option to have…"
@Catfish_Man I'm not using it, and it's pretty clear it would have limitations like that. But seems like a reasonable LCD option to have…

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Catfish_Man Those aren't near as convenient as distributed locks with a network filesystem, but I guess that's not common these days."
@Catfish_Man Those aren't near as convenient as distributed locks with a network filesystem, but I guess that's not common these days.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Kyle S. on Twitter: "@mjtsai @Catfish_Man That said, we should strive to eliminate unnecessary inconvenience that otherwise encourages use of the wrong thing."
@mjtsai @Catfish_Man That said, we should strive to eliminate unnecessary inconvenience that otherwise encourages use of the wrong thing.

— Kyle S. (@optshiftk) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
David Smith on Twitter: "@mjtsai NSDistributedLock is a mkdir() spinlock. It’s prone to orphaned locks, doesn’t support donation, and is slow :/"
@mjtsai NSDistributedLock is a mkdir() spinlock. It’s prone to orphaned locks, doesn’t support donation, and is slow :/

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Javi @millenomi @Catfish_Man Only safe in iOS 8.2 and later? http://t.co/qBEe57TeRY"
@Javi @millenomi @Catfish_Man Only safe in iOS 8.2 and later? http://t.co/qBEe57TeRY

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@atomicbird @millenomi @Catfish_Man The current version online. Looks like I parsed it wrong. Read it as "in same process" applying to all."
@atomicbird @millenomi @Catfish_Man The current version online. Looks like I parsed it wrong. Read it as "in same process" applying to all.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@millenomi @Catfish_Man @atomicbird The very first sentence of the NSFileCoordinator documentation says it's for within the same process."
@millenomi @Catfish_Man @atomicbird The very first sentence of the NSFileCoordinator documentation says it's for within the same process.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 4, 2015
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september 2015 by mjtsai

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