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What are your podcast pet peeves? I hate guests
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Guilherme Rambo@_inside
“Why do you need a 1TB MacBook Pro? You’re just an iOS developer!”. Well…
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Clemens Vasters 🇪🇺☁📨@clemensv
A thread about APIs and how/why Service Bus abandoned WCF as primary API in ~late 2010: In the CNCF #CloudEvents project, there's a proposal for "bindings" with the promise that you can have a stable API for sending/receiving events and switch transports/encodings via config ...
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Guilherme Rambo@_inside
Back in August, Apple locked me out of my developer account, preventing me from updating my apps on the App Store. They didn’t provide any explanation or reason, and since then I’ve reached out to them many times, without success.
Apple has locked me out of my developer account
I’ve been unable to access my Apple developer account since August. When I try to access any part of the developer portal, like the beta downloads page or the certificates control panel, I get redirected to a contact form that reads “Need assistance with accessing your developer account?”. My developer team doesn’t show up in Xcode anymore. I’m also unable to manage certificates or send builds of my employer’s developer team apps while logged in to my developer account in Xcode because it says it’s “disabled for security reasons”. The push notification service denies any requests I make to it. Back when the issue first began, I filled out that form and got a case number (20000057023991), with the promise that support would get back to me “in one to two business days”.
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Jessie Frazelle@jessfraz
What are the two command line tools you can't live without. Mine: awk & jq
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Jake Wharton@JakeWharton
After having a non-zero number of tabs open in Chrome on my phone for the last few years I finally reached Tab Zero. Decided to disable Chrome and installed Firefox Preview. Doing my ever-so-small part to rebalance the web away from Google. Next up: doing the same on desktop.
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I’m not a Christian anymore: a thread. After 40 years of being a devout follower, 20 of those being an evangelical pastor, I am walking away from faith. Even though this has been a massive bomb drop in my life, it has been decades in the making. 1/ #exvangelical
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Jake Wharton@JakeWharton
Been skimming ADS videos… Let's ban "What's New"-prefixed talks from future Android Dev Summits. In general, half of the talks feel like they're just enumerating features of library X or product Y like I/O has become. The other half seem good, but they're always the short ones.
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Joe Armstrong@joeerl
Migrating my Blog to the @TiddlyWiki First protype here… Now that it's working (somewhat) all future blogs will be in a @TiddlyWiki This will mean: - you can read them on an aircraft with no internet access - you can hopefully read them in 1000 years
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Joshua Topolsky@joshuatopolsky
1) I want to say something: @zpower is one of the best people I have ever worked with. I don’t understand the how or why of what happened.
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Donn Felker@donnfelker
I'm not convinced that Android multi-module projects are the way to go anymore. I'm finding gradle indexing, building and rebuilding is taking up the majority of my day now. It feels like I'm barely coding anymore and just waiting for the tools to catch up.
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Alex Russell@slightlylate
The problem is that nobody really does "mobile-first". ~everybody designs/builds on desktop, and few know about or use chrome://inspect as they core of their workflow:…
Jeremy Keith@adactio
Mobile-first responsive design works. The alternative is far worse—separate code bases; separate m. sites? Never again!
October 4th, 2019, 3:34pm
Mobile-first responsive design works. The alternative is far worse—separate code bases; separate m. sites? Never again!
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John Sundell@johnsundell
It’s time to go on a deep dive into SwiftUI! 😀 I’m super happy to announce that my next guest on the @swiftbysundell podcast will be @joshshaffer — engineering director with the UIKit and SwiftUI team at Apple! 🍎🎉 What questions would you like me to ask Josh? Reply below 👍
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Alex Russell@slightlylate
The JS community is in pretty deep denial today. CPUs won't get faster soon enough to keep the current levels of JS emissions from totally suffocating the mobile web, at which point we'll be the next generation of Cobol programmers -- essential, but not the future.
Jeremy Wagner@malchata
The JS-as-CO2 comparison is tragically appropriate.
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Arvind Narayanan@random_walker
When we watch TV, our TVs watch us back and track our habits. This practice has exploded recently since it hasn’t faced much public scrutiny. But in the last few days, not one but *three* papers have dropped that uncover the extent of tracking on TVs. Let me tell you about them.
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Alex Russell@slightlylate
Asked an entire room full of webdevs yesterday if any of them knew that FF/Chrome/Opera/Brave/etc. for iOS weren't allowed to compete on engine quality. Zero hands up.
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Steve Troughton-Smith@stroughtonsmith
iOS 13 has felt like a super-messy release, something we haven't seen this bad since iOS 8 or so. Definitely needs a lengthy period of consolidation and bug fixing; Apple's adding more and more flakey layers between HW and UI, and many subsystems need much more battle-hardening
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Clue Heywood@ClueHeywood
Love putting my Peloton bike in the most striking area of my ultra-modern $3 million house
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Rob Russell@www_ora_tion_ca
This is wildly disingenuous, I speak as a flight instructor and major IT incident investigator. Modern software authors have the professional discipline of a cute puppy in comparison to aviation practitioners.
Alex Stamos@alexstamos
I agree with Chris. This is the kind of thinking that leads to "Why can't we just have building codes for software? It worked to protect against earthquakes and fire!" Earthquakes and fire aren't conscious adversaries. Try writing a standards document on how to win at chess.
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Anil Dash@anildash
So @sama has articulated the way many guys in Silicon Valley feel about "free speech". It's not a very sophisticated or informed view, but it's pretty common and he's influential, so it's worth identifying why it's dangerous and wrong.
E Pur Si Muove
Earlier this year, I noticed something in China that really surprised me.  I realized I felt more comfortable discussing controversial ideas in Beijing than in San Francisco.  I didn’t feel...
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