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Mischa Hildebrand
Physicist, Developer and Journalist.
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Mischa Hildebrand 8h
: You can dynamically change an app's icon since iOS 10.3 using this method: Thanks for pointing this out with a nice suggestion for the Hue app:
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Mischa Hildebrand 8h
Replying to @tweethue @flarup
is right: An app icon should "communicate, at a glance, your app’s purpose". Your logo doesn't do that well (enough). Plus: The name "Hue" is duplicated this way as it's shown below the app icon anyway. See:
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Mischa Hildebrand Apr 11
Replying to @designatednerd
Totally agreed. And it’s not so much different from the $0, $1, ..., $1701 usage in closures for that matter. 😉
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Mischa Hildebrand Apr 10
Replying to @DerHildebrand
I guess we all tend to treat things like nails once we've learned how to use a hammer rather than rethinking the problem to find an adequate solution. And it's not just in software development...
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Mischa Hildebrand Apr 10
"Just because you have a hammer doesn’t mean every problem is a nail." – Brilliant quote! 😂 Just read this in an RxSwift tutorial by : .
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Mischa Hildebrand Mar 30
To expand my knowledge on the technology I implemented a blockchain in myself and made it : . Hope that others can learn from it as well. 👩‍🎓
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Mischa Hildebrand Mar 25
meets electronic music: Awesome new sound design, !
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Mischa Hildebrand Mar 2
Replying to @explorerhotels
And all those numbers are really confusing to read on a single sign. Just run some market research. 😉
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Mischa Hildebrand Mar 2
Replying to @explorerhotels
When you tell someone your address, you usually wouldn't say .Europe.Austria.[City].[Street].[Number]. 🤪 You'd probably go with the last 3 pieces of information...
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Mischa Hildebrand Mar 2
Replying to @explorerhotels
Thanks, I got that. 😉 It's only that most people kind of know which hotel they checked in to.
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Mischa Hildebrand Feb 25
Why the world needs more perfectionists and perfectionists need to be less perfectionist: . (Just published on .) 😉
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Lulu Cheng Feb 17
I got 99 tabs but I generally know where things are
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Mischa Hildebrand Feb 17
How to name your hotel rooms so that no one can remember his/her room and gets completely lost when trying to find it. Great example for in . Otherwise a really awesome hotel:
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Mischa Hildebrand Feb 14
Replying to @BObereder
However, I am working on a blog article to put the key points of my talk in a written format. It'll still take some time but you'll find it here: .
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Mischa Hildebrand Feb 14
Replying to @BObereder
Happy to hear you liked the talk! I won't publish the slides (yet) as I would like to use (most of) them for a conference talk soon and because many of the slides would look messy due to the animations.
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How I Built This Feb 12
As a long-distance runner at school, James learned that almost everyone gets tired and feels like giving up at the same time....and that's exactly when you have to go the extra mile.
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Spits 2.0 Feb 8
The German opposite of 'umfahren' (running something over) is 'umfahren' (drive around something). Good luck mastering this language.
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Mischa Hildebrand Feb 8
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intive Feb 7
Calling all & Developers and enthusiasts! If you are in Munich tomorrow and are up for learning some useful tricks & tips in development, drop by and join 's Swift Meetup VIII speakers. More info:
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Mischa Hildebrand Jan 31
It’s another Interface Builder bug: You can make 0 line labels work in a stack view when you set their preferredMaxLayoutWidth to a fixed value. But that’s an ugly hack and not dynamic at all. It’s really frustrating.
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