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Mischa Hildebrand
iOS Developer, Radio Journalist, Physicist. Trying to find ways to save our planet and make it a better place – with loads of positive vibes. 🤗
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QuickBird Studios 10h
Love it 💙 or hate it 😤? combines multiple code characters into single ones. e.g. in or
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Mischa Hildebrand 13h
Looks really cool! 🌻🐝
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 30
Attention to detail. 🔎 Love the playfulness! 😍 Discovered in parcel tracking from .
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 28
If you really wanna understand what property wrappers in are all about – this is more than just scratching the surface: 😉
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Kristy Viers 🦯 Jul 25
I thought I would share how I, as someone who is visually impaired use my iPhone.☺️
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 27
How to remove duplicates from arrays in – without pushing that button 🚨 every 108 minutes. 😉
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 24
That’s our team! 😅
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Lijo bleibt zu Hause 🏡 Jul 19
Dafür liebe ich sie wirklich.
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 15
I cut my finger while trying to remove a sticker from my new kitchen sink that warned me of cutting my finger. (Wouldn't have any issues without that sticker.) 💯
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 13
Couldn’t say it any better. ☺️ Happy Birthday !
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 13
The shortcuts for working with multiple cursors are really worth remembering, both in Xcode and Android Studio. 😎
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
I personally vouch for the awesomeness of this team. Come and join us in ! ☺️
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
Thanks for the insights!
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
Sounds reasonable. Backward compatibility should certainly be maintained in that case. It's interesting though from a philosophical standpoint as that basically means that the longer a source-compatible language evolves, the less consistent it becomes.
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
What I actually love about the developer community is that most of the people I know are really respectful and considerate. They don't insult or swear around, but try to support each other. Let's all stay that way! 🤗
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
Just some philosophical thoughts paired with lots of curiosity... 😉
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
(I think that's one of the main reasons why is so successful, because it restricts freedom to a large extent due to its static type checking.) It feels to me like closures _within_ the parameter list inside the parentheses should be dropped then, for consistency... 😉
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 9
Interesting. But isn't that (in a way) less consistent? I mean, when you add a "degree of freedom" for how to write some expression without eliminating one, it results in more freedom – and more freedom usually means less consistency.
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 8
Replying to @kofse @myell0w and 2 others
Yup, it doesn't. But then again, "confusing 🙈" wouldn't have compiled anyway... 😅
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Mischa Hildebrand Jul 8
Replying to @kofse @myell0w and 2 others
Nevertheless, after careful consideration, I think I would discourage that use of "is"... 😅
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