The tools around Objective-C are just so much more mature.
Although I’m writing an iOS app entirely in Swift there are quite a few days when I wish I was using Objective-C.
That’s ok Amazon. No company would sign up for AWS with an apostrophe in it’s name. It was completely unforseeable.
“Also there’s Space Wizards” is my new album.
Star Wars is the story of a government breakdown and the effects of bad parenting. Also there’s space wizards.
“In just 6 months, the Facebook.app size grew by 88 MB!”
I wonder what the Twitter user prediction Neural Network thinks of my productivity.
All of my tweets in the last 2 months have either been during D&D or while I’m waiting for Xcode to do something.
I only hope that Xcode 8.3 doesn’t spend 10 minutes “Indexing” every time I change a file.
I’ve been pretty happy with El Cap for this long. Goodbye battery-time indicator, boot chime, and many other things…
Well, updating to Xcode 8.3 requires macOS Sierra. Looks like I finally have to upgrade.
A: “I sneak up on the steps.”
B: “The steps are not surprised.”
“Luck flavors the brave.” #DnDTalk
“Are we just the Blues Brothers?” #DnDTalk
“Are you a level 15 Monk? Cause you have a Timeless Body.” #DnDTalk
In other news: Xcode refuses to build before it finishes its arcane indexing. My Macbook Pro sounds like a jet engine.
Apparently posting too many twits (4) has crashed the WordPress.com app on my mac. Software is so great.
I’ve never even owned a Mac Pro and I feel Apple has by neglecting it, negelected all Macs in a way.
Or at least that they should say something about it.
Everyone’s already said this but: How did it take this long for Apple to realize that the Mac Pro was under-served?