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Matt Long on Twitter: "TFW you move as many parts of your workflow to the command line to avoid High Sierra’s constant beachball problem"
TFW you move as many parts of your workflow to the command line to avoid High Sierra’s constant beachball problem

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) March 13, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Apple drops another bomb WRT white label apps. Grandfathered apps must be transferred to customer app store account if updated after April 1"
Apple drops another bomb WRT white label apps. Grandfathered apps must be transferred to customer app store account if updated after April 1

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) February 22, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "This interface in Xcode 9 is more evidence Apple is no longer dog-fooding. What is going on over there? https://t.co/hvNBAcQ3yD"
This interface in Xcode 9 is more evidence Apple is no longer dog-fooding. What is going on over there? pic.twitter.com/hvNBAcQ3yD

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) December 1, 2017
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december 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "When did Xcode start randomly sorting my schemes? Do you guys know that sorting and making it sticky is a first year CS student assignment? https://t.co/b53I62OGyx"
When did Xcode start randomly sorting my schemes? Do you guys know that sorting and making it sticky is a first year CS student assignment? pic.twitter.com/b53I62OGyx

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) November 3, 2017
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november 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Thanks @apple . We know you’re trying to hurt the spammers, but this is also hurting a lot of legitimate businesses 9/9"
Thanks @apple . We know you’re trying to hurt the spammers, but this is also hurting a lot of legitimate businesses 9/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Our customers came to us because they’re not app developers. They want a branded app. We worked hard building a platform to provide that 8/9"
Our customers came to us because they’re not app developers. They want a branded app. We worked hard building a platform to provide that 8/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "And let’s just go back to the beginning for a sec. There is *no* reasonable company who would remotely consider this business model. 7/9"
And let’s just go back to the beginning for a sec. There is *no* reasonable company who would remotely consider this business model. 7/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Now that we’ve thoroughly confused my customer’s customers maybe a small fraction who *get it* will actually use the app… maybe 6/9"
Now that we’ve thoroughly confused my customer’s customers maybe a small fraction who *get it* will actually use the app… maybe 6/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "But next session they have to find the app in home screen. They don’t remember the app because it’s not branded. They’re confused 5/9"
But next session they have to find the app in home screen. They don’t remember the app because it’s not branded. They’re confused 5/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "After they find that company app, they have to login with credentials we give them. Next time we can default to that app (at least) 4/9"
After they find that company app, they have to login with credentials we give them. Next time we can default to that app (at least) 4/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "After finding and installing, those customers (who remain) run the app and then either scroll to find or search for the actual company 3/9"
After finding and installing, those customers (who remain) run the app and then either scroll to find or search for the actual company 3/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "All of my white label app customers tell their customers to search for said generic container app written by my company 2/9"
All of my white label app customers tell their customers to search for said generic container app written by my company 2/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "What’s really crazy to me is that @Apple is telling their support people to suggest a “container” app, so let’s follow that logic 1/9"
What’s really crazy to me is that @Apple is telling their support people to suggest a “container” app, so let’s follow that logic 1/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Apple drawing line in sand for white label apps. Can’t submit apps that only differ by content now. Found out the hard way today https://t.co/KbkHKCZNte"
Apple drawing line in sand for white label apps. Can’t submit apps that only differ by content now. Found out the hard way today pic.twitter.com/KbkHKCZNte

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "So on iPhone X double tapping the touch ID ring to reach stuff one-handed is clearly gone. Is there a replacement?"
So on iPhone X double tapping the touch ID ring to reach stuff one-handed is clearly gone. Is there a replacement?

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) September 12, 2017
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september 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "That this exists is shameful https://t.co/kr3TscJlQS Why are my keys unresponsive? TFW everything about the new makes you long for the old"
That this exists is shameful https://t.co/kr3TscJlQS Why are my keys unresponsive? TFW everything about the new makes you long for the old

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) August 18, 2017
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august 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Constant macOS Sierra Beacballing is killing productivity. Regular restarting as a solution is untenable."
Constant macOS Sierra Beacballing is killing productivity. Regular restarting as a solution is untenable.

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) March 21, 2017
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march 2017 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "So in Xcode 8.1 ⌘-/ was not working to un/comment my code. Guess what fixed it? A REBOOT! You can’t blame 2016 for this one."
So in Xcode 8.1 ⌘-/ was not working to un/comment my code. Guess what fixed it? A REBOOT! You can’t blame 2016 for this one.

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) November 5, 2016
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november 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Rebooting again, cause you know—that’s what we Mac users often do now to restore things that aren’t working."
Rebooting again, cause you know—that’s what we Mac users often do now to restore things that aren’t working.

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) November 2, 2016
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november 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "That hopefulness you get when upgrading macOS—maybe the beach balling will cease or at least improve. Yeah, that was short lived."
That hopefulness you get when upgrading macOS—maybe the beach balling will cease or at least improve. Yeah, that was short lived.

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 1, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "If you make some changes to the playground in Xcode, you can then AirDrop it back to your iPad with your changes https://t.co/6Gk9lCSDTO"
If you make some changes to the playground in Xcode, you can then AirDrop it back to your iPad with your changes pic.twitter.com/6Gk9lCSDTO

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) September 16, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Apparently it's not just me. Apple seems to have trouble with AutoLayout in table views too. Whither the ellipsis? https://t.co/kCOgI2rEk6"
Apparently it's not just me. Apple seems to have trouble with AutoLayout in table views too. Whither the ellipsis? pic.twitter.com/kCOgI2rEk6

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) April 19, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Weird how used to using Swift optionals I've gotten. I write a little Ruby and I'm all, "how do I even guard these variables"."
Weird how used to using Swift optionals I've gotten. I write a little Ruby and I'm all, "how do I even guard these variables".

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) April 7, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "Wonder if anybody explained to Rumsfeld the unknown unknowns of software development before starting the project: https://t.co/MfN91Bic0Z"
Wonder if anybody explained to Rumsfeld the unknown unknowns of software development before starting the project: https://t.co/MfN91Bic0Z

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) January 25, 2016
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january 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Long on Twitter: "So when Apple forces you to update your Apple ID password, why must all devices report to all other devices that a "new" device was added?"
So when Apple forces you to update your Apple ID password, why must all devices report to all other devices that a "new" device was added?

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) December 22, 2015
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december 2015 by mjtsai

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