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The real reason Catalina ships with Music instead of iTunes. So that Apple could mass close all iTunes radars 📡 pic.twitter.com/zdh9YBVDFF

— JP Simard (@simjp) October 30, 2019
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october 2019 by mjtsai
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This thread demonstrates the breadth of impact a single person can have on an entire industry throughout the years. Great time to say Bon Voyage to these gems 💎 https://t.co/hhuSuMK8Kz

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 12, 2019
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july 2019 by mjtsai
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Has anyone managed to build a binary Swift Codable encoder/decoder that beats Foundation's plist one, either on speed or encoded size? I tried @mikeash's PoC here and it ended up being ~60x slower https://t.co/lEDpCFlEoa

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 6, 2019
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july 2019 by mjtsai
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Whoa, this is an interesting change to property wrappers. It allows “leaking” the containing type to the projected property. https://t.co/E1MRxSeqgb

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 1, 2019
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july 2019 by mjtsai
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I’ve had such bad luck with Feedback Assistant in the last few weeks, I’m now always writing it in a local editor first until I can confirm successful submission.

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 24, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Well that's it, I give up. Feedback Assistant is just throwing away all my bug reports. pic.twitter.com/OUCDpNEZ7k

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 17, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Arghghghg happened again. Seriously Apple, if you're going to completely drop support for https://t.co/yy258lkRRN literally overnight, the replacement better be better in _any way_ or at least reliable. This is so hostile to folks spending time trying to report bugs.

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 17, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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If I still worked at Realm, I’d be jumping st the opportunity to integrate Swift 5.1’s Property Wrappers and Function Builders into the API, potentially allowing for Realm’s Swift framework to no longer require many of the Objective-C runtime hooks.

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 9, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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This and the “close tab” gesture are why I’ve really missed Chrome for iOS since switching to Safari for privacy reasons. https://t.co/Zk8tDbkuT4

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 27, 2019
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april 2019 by mjtsai
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Oh Storyboard XML 🤦‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/5ayyXk5VQo
— JP Simard (@simjp) March 13, 2019
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march 2019 by mjtsai
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Fuck you CBS, my name is valid, your validation is stupid. pic.twitter.com/HHIwbrnhQH

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 19, 2019
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january 2019 by mjtsai
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Swift 5's Result type won't cause source breakages with existing uses of user-defined Result types. Amazing. 😍 https://t.co/I6VSkSBkyO

— JP Simard (@simjp) December 17, 2018
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december 2018 by mjtsai
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“Sneak peek” pic.twitter.com/1NGZjlGJVY

— JP Simard (@simjp) November 29, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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That would definitely be nice. If we can specialize a method’s implementation, why not also specialize its documentation?

— JP Simard (@simjp) November 27, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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Seriously jealous of Android development right now. Submitted an app to TestFlight Thursday night (finally in-review now). Meanwhile, Android dev sent an APK folks were testing _instantly_

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 25, 2018
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june 2018 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "The crypto algorithm names in this iOS Security paper get increasingly ridiculous as the document goes on. It’s like the authors tried to see how much they could make up until readers stop nodding along. #ChaCha20… https://t.co/
The crypto algorithm names in this iOS Security paper get increasingly ridiculous as the document goes on. It’s like the authors tried to see how much they could make up until readers stop nodding along. #ChaCha20 pic.twitter.com/b0CQTvFhUt

— JP Simard (@simjp) February 10, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "My biggest first world problem at the moment: it’s been *two and a half months* since iPhone X came out and Google’s Inbox app is still lett… https://t.co/wUB5VnvLXV"
My biggest first world problem at the moment: it’s been *two and a half months* since iPhone X came out and Google’s Inbox app is still letterboxed 😔

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 16, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "TIL a short swipe up from the bottom of iPhone X when moving springboard items does the same thing as tapping “Done”, which I find hard to r… https://t.co/XvWgnGVk8y"
TIL a short swipe up from the bottom of iPhone X when moving springboard items does the same thing as tapping “Done”, which I find hard to reach and isn’t visible in folders. /cc @reneritchie

— JP Simard (@simjp) November 30, 2017
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november 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "My 15” MacBook Pro has lasted all day powered by a dinky 29W USB-C power adapter, draining from 100% to 5% over 9 hours."
My 15” MacBook Pro has lasted all day powered by a dinky 29W USB-C power adapter, draining from 100% to 5% over 9 hours.

— JP Simard (@simjp) October 3, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "@jesse_squires @mjtsai It didn’t have the ARM iOS bits until this weekend."
It didn’t have the ARM iOS bits until this weekend.

— JP Simard (@simjp) October 3, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Swift bindings to libSyntax you say? 😍 This should eventually make it easier to write Swift tools *in Swift* https://t.co/IXx31F8ZgV"
Swift bindings to libSyntax you say? 😍 This should eventually make it easier to write Swift tools *in Swift* https://t.co/IXx31F8ZgV

— JP Simard (@simjp) August 3, 2017
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august 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "New Radar: Xcode's "renaming" feature doesn't rename uses via typealias rdar://33640726 https://t.co/68kdj8TYc6 https://t.co/VYSQxq8zYg"
New Radar: Xcode's "renaming" feature doesn't rename uses via typealias rdar://33640726 https://t.co/68kdj8TYc6 pic.twitter.com/VYSQxq8zYg

— JP Simard (@simjp) August 1, 2017
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august 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "New Radar: Xcode's Build Settings search should return partial matches https://t.co/ZGwiLdqOaw https://t.co/dY6KuHIUjg"
New Radar: Xcode's Build Settings search should return partial matches https://t.co/ZGwiLdqOaw pic.twitter.com/dY6KuHIUjg

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 18, 2017
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july 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "This article makes it clear that CoreML isn’t solving the most difficult part of integrating machine learning into iOS apps. https://t.co/2oiDffvjyF"
This article makes it clear that CoreML isn’t solving the most difficult part of integrating machine learning into iOS apps. https://t.co/2oiDffvjyF

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 26, 2017
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june 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Xcode 9 beta 2 🎉 https://t.co/DTa5HPgYVo"
Xcode 9 beta 2 🎉 pic.twitter.com/DTa5HPgYVo

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 22, 2017
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june 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "New Radar: Xcode 9 Build System doesn't handle multiple files with similar names https://t.co/sfIkNdZxG1 https://t.co/QdLhfuYxh5"
New Radar: Xcode 9 Build System doesn't handle multiple files with similar names https://t.co/sfIkNdZxG1 pic.twitter.com/QdLhfuYxh5

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 5, 2017
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june 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "This happened to me within days of getting a new MBP. I tried to remove & reinstall the key (with great care) and broke the mechanism too. https://t.co/HhLBmEVhZa"
This happened to me within days of getting a new MBP. I tried to remove & reinstall the key (with great care) and broke the mechanism too. https://t.co/HhLBmEVhZa

— JP Simard (@simjp) May 19, 2017
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may 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "It’s 2017. Archive Utility reports errors about not handling the Touch Bar displaying Emoji, an entirely unrelated subsystem of its host 🤔 https://t.co/g2qCdJ0uTa"
It’s 2017. Archive Utility reports errors about not handling the Touch Bar displaying Emoji, an entirely unrelated subsystem of its host 🤔 pic.twitter.com/g2qCdJ0uTa

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 17, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Xcode's syntax highlighting: Always blue! Always blue! Always blue! Always blue! Fuck it... Orange, orange, blue, gray, orange, blue... 🤷‍♂️ https://t.co/2G37aun6YJ"
Xcode's syntax highlighting:
Always blue! Always blue! Always blue! Always blue!
Fuck it... Orange, orange, blue, gray, orange, blue... 🤷‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/2G37aun6YJ

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 14, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "@orta the meeting's undertone sounds like "we hear ya, we *just now* decided this was important enough to commit, give us a year to ramp up""
@orta the meeting's undertone sounds like "we hear ya, we *just now* decided this was important enough to commit, give us a year to ramp up"

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 7, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "This new 'apology' machine won't be available for another 12+ months, so  is _still_ letting progress fly by it."
This new 'apology' machine won't be available for another 12+ months, so  is _still_ letting progress fly by it.

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 7, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Last week we covered some of the runtime implications of Swift/ObjC bridging. This week's more about the compile-time mechanisms involved. https://t.co/ofxP1gZhsU"
Last week we covered some of the runtime implications of Swift/ObjC bridging. This week's more about the compile-time mechanisms involved. https://t.co/ofxP1gZhsU

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 3, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "So far, I've had to delete 3 Xcodes to make room for building the Swift toolchain from source... This new toolchain better be 3X better! 😅"
So far, I've had to delete 3 Xcodes to make room for building the Swift toolchain from source...
This new toolchain better be 3X better! 😅

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 27, 2017
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january 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "So much for Swift 3.1 being source-compatible with 3.0.x 🤔 https://t.co/ykikWMA6Ys"
So much for Swift 3.1 being source-compatible with 3.0.x 🤔 pic.twitter.com/ykikWMA6Ys

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 26, 2017
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january 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "SourceKit now builds by default on Linux! 🎉 https://t.co/NsE9ckrQqD Nice work @alblue 👏"
SourceKit now builds by default on Linux! 🎉 https://t.co/NsE9ckrQqD
Nice work @alblue 👏

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 10, 2017
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january 2017 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "TIL: App Transport Security settings set on the test bundle's Info.plist are ignored. They need to be set on the app."
TIL: App Transport Security settings set on the test bundle's Info.plist are ignored. They need to be set on the app.

— JP Simard (@simjp) September 21, 2016
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september 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "The tumultuous tales of Swift API design with @JadenGeller 😰 https://t.co/mU2BiSebZ9"
The tumultuous tales of Swift API design with @JadenGeller 😰 pic.twitter.com/mU2BiSebZ9

— JP Simard (@simjp) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "So now the ACLs in Swift are open > public > internal > fileprivate > private? We went from 3 to 5 in pretty short order"
So now the ACLs in Swift are open > public > internal > fileprivate > private? We went from 3 to 5 in pretty short order

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 27, 2016
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july 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Has anyone from Swift’s core team commented on this yet? I’d love to know if this solution’s feasible /cc @jckarter https://t.co/3VtTP3qsv4"
Has anyone from Swift’s core team commented on this yet? I’d love to know if this solution’s feasible /cc @jckarter https://t.co/3VtTP3qsv4

— JP Simard (@simjp) July 22, 2016
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july 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "To be clear, SourceKit.framework just wraps sourcekitd.framework, so it’s not like  reimplemented it entirely or anything"
To be clear, SourceKit.framework just wraps sourcekitd.framework, so it’s not like  reimplemented it entirely or anything

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 14, 2016
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june 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Xcode 8 has SourceKit.framework written in #Swift 😱 #WWDC16 https://t.co/FNH1fSdpbO"
Xcode 8 has SourceKit.framework written in #Swift 😱 #WWDC16 pic.twitter.com/FNH1fSdpbO

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 14, 2016
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june 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Xcode editor extensions you say? Finally Xcode plugins!"
Xcode editor extensions you say? Finally Xcode plugins!

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 13, 2016
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june 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "With Swift ABI stability deferred until after Swift 3, we're probably going to stop releasing Swift binaries soon."
With Swift ABI stability deferred until after Swift 3, we're probably going to stop releasing Swift binaries soon.

— JP Simard (@simjp) May 26, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Spend weeks working on new feature Try to use it from a separate module right before shipping Swift compiler segfaults Rewrite API 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭"
Spend weeks working on new feature
Try to use it from a separate module right before shipping
Swift compiler segfaults
Rewrite API 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 27, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Boo 👎. Sucks that even “Open Apple” uses private features 3rd parties would benefit from https://t.co/dQs7QojFjW https://t.co/cbTZ6wTrqp"
Boo 👎. Sucks that even “Open Apple” uses private features 3rd parties would benefit from https://t.co/dQs7QojFjW pic.twitter.com/cbTZ6wTrqp

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 24, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "I really wish Twitter for iOS made it more obvious which account you were on before tweeting from the wrong one! Should stick with Tweetbot😬"
I really wish Twitter for iOS made it more obvious which account you were on before tweeting from the wrong one! Should stick with Tweetbot😬

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 24, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "It'd be so great if you could install older versions of iOS from a DMG image on devices that support it. Would make iOS dev QA much easier"
It'd be so great if you could install older versions of iOS from a DMG image on devices that support it. Would make iOS dev QA much easier

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 6, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Apple once again continues on its crusade to prevent responsible developers from testing against older OS versions: https://t.co/k2nWSiwppd"
Apple once again continues on its crusade to prevent responsible developers from testing against older OS versions: https://t.co/k2nWSiwppd

— JP Simard (@simjp) April 6, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Welcome to the future… https://t.co/7VLVtavzX5"
Welcome to the future… pic.twitter.com/7VLVtavzX5

— JP Simard (@simjp) February 29, 2016
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february 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Everyone argues about style https://t.co/sPmxrB3z3B"
Everyone argues about style pic.twitter.com/sPmxrB3z3B

— JP Simard (@simjp) January 6, 2016
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january 2016 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Apple, why’d you have to go and break things again? https://t.co/wioJ3rv48i `xcodebuild -sdk iphonesimulator` is broken"
Apple, why’d you have to go and break things again? https://t.co/wioJ3rv48i `xcodebuild -sdk iphonesimulator` is broken

— JP Simard (@simjp) December 11, 2015
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december 2015 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "Making some good progress on Objective-C support in @jazzydocs https://t.co/u72W1APGHJ"
Making some good progress on Objective-C support in @jazzydocs pic.twitter.com/u72W1APGHJ

— JP Simard (@simjp) October 23, 2015
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october 2015 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "If they ever want to change this sign, they'll have to build anew highway http://t.co/gn96pwdnB1"
If they ever want to change this sign, they'll have to build anew highway pic.twitter.com/gn96pwdnB1

— JP Simard (@simjp) June 20, 2015
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june 2015 by mjtsai
JP Simard on Twitter: "@nicklockwood @neonacho I should really package up @realm's Swift introspection code. You could totally do this 100% Swift."
@nicklockwood @neonacho I should really package up @realm's Swift introspection code. You could totally do this 100% Swift.

— JP Simard (@simjp) October 8, 2014
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october 2014 by mjtsai

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