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Finally got that checked off, now for endgame as soon as I can manage it




#Facebook #F8

I haven't played around with git subtrees until today. I'm kinda surprised they aren't more widely supported. The syntax you use to work with them could definitely be improved, but they way more useful than submodules for average use cases.

Oh, and Mast is now free for a limited time. πŸ‘€

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Accidentally earned my Earth Day Award early by forgetting my clipper card at my apartment and only realizing this right when I got to the gates at Bart πŸ˜“

Amazon in 2019: we can run a giant online retail store, massive web back end services, write our own operating system and more

Also Amazon: we can't figure out a way to show you PSN redemption codes you've purchased on your phone

Yup I think everybody going for a Mileena appearance in MK11 gave up hope once they saw that πŸ˜‚ cc @mccarron

I had 2 Apple battery chargers (remember those?) that I think finally fully died. Before today they'd frequently stop charging certain batteries after about 10-30 seconds. Now no light comes on them at all with any battery I've tried. Really liked their compact size

@tewha sounds like they've become the Google of TV shows making decisions on the data alone

Ignoring the bad Stack Overflow April fool's redesign and other pre April fool's stuff like

From what I've heard Beats nose cancelling headphones aren't really competitive with with Sony's, or even Bose's nose cancelling headphones. Plus I think Apple would design their UX for things like temporarily disabling NC way better than Sony currently implements theirs

AirPods are great and all, but what I'd kill for Apple to make, is a great over the ear Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones competitive with Sony's NC Headphones and easily let me switch from my iPhone/iPad/Mac & Apple TV.

"Our ability to produce sounds in a new language depends in part on whether those sounds are meaningfully distinct in our first language"

When you realize it'll probably be at least 2 more months before AirPower is released, and all the podcasts are going to keep talking about it

"Starting March 27, 2019, all new apps and app updates for iPhone or iPad, including universal apps, must be built with the iOS 12.1 SDK or later and support iPhone XS Max or the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation). "

@tonyarnold πŸ˜‚ My projects are mostly Swift now and then I got a job that only uses Swift, so I haven't written much Objective-C since like 2017. Didn't set it out to go this way, but my current job being nothing but Swift pushed me in this direction

Apple is doing spec bumps on Mac hardware again? I'm being filled with something, it's like despair but opposite.

@tonyarnold I really hope spm support in xcode is such that we largely can eliminate needing to use cocoapods. I'm fortunate that I've never needed to touch cocoapods in a while. The last few times I touched it, every projects build system was majorly broken because of it.

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