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Olivier Halligon
iOS architect & Swift lover. OSS contributor (, , …). Author of OHHTTPStubs, SwiftGen, Reusable… Speaker. Blogger. Whovian & Sherlockian
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Maxime Vasse Dec 5
Le télétravail, c'est : - plus de sommeil le matin - moins de pollution - moins de frais d'essence - moins de stress - plus de productivité au boulot - plus de temps le soir Plus de vie, plus de liberté, plus de pouvoir d'achat. A quand des incitations pour y passer ? 🙂
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Immo Landwerth Dec 6
You all know that you can select text on GitHub and hit 'r' to get a quoted version added to your text box, right?
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Zev Eisenberg Dec 6
Matt Parker is an evil genius
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Olivier Halligon Dec 5
Quite impressive (unbelievable even) short term memory skills by chimpanzees!!! Impossible to match by any human, wow 🤯 Did we lose abilities to make 🧠 room for language during our evolution? Probably! by
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Olivier Halligon Dec 4
And also because you can always learn from one another. I can think of multiple mentees who actually made me realize / taught me things while I was mentoring them. It's all about sharing, which goes both ways 😉
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Olivier Halligon Dec 4
To be fair in theory even seconds per minutes or per hours are not fixed. Some minutes have 61 seconds some days for example 😄 but yeah, for simple duration it might help… providing your co-workers don't make assumptions from them, which is where the fallacy resides too often
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Olivier Halligon Dec 4
I agree that more explicit types are nice and I’m all for code safety 👍… but you shouldn’t hardcode the assumption that 1 day = 86400 seconds 😅 date & time are way more complicated than that (leap seconds, etc), so better use the dedicated types like DateComponent for those 😉
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Brenan Keller Nov 30
A QA engineer walks into a bar. Orders a beer. Orders 0 beers. Orders 99999999999 beers. Orders a lizard. Orders -1 beers. Orders a ueicbksjdhd. First real customer walks in and asks where the bathroom is. The bar bursts into flames, killing everyone.
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Olivier Halligon Nov 30
Replying to @mergesort
I’m glad I got that reference &
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Tobias Reich Nov 28
Best. Login. Ever. 🐻
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Dianna Cowern Nov 30
NATURE IS LIT 😏
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Les ShowRunners ☕️💻 Nov 20
Je ne pouvais pas regarder l’épisode 4 de Doctor Who a cause de mon arachnophobie alors Sebastien a fait sa magie en cachant toutes les araignées et je me meurs de rire.
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I Am Devloper Nov 29
the biggest lie in tech: > We value your privacy
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Olivier Halligon Nov 29
Replying to @octopi
(Not saying that it's a great feature or useful or anything, just saying that it's done on purpose and considered as a feature by Apple, not as a bug)
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Olivier Halligon Nov 29
Replying to @jasdev
Officially it’s not a bug but a feature (yes, really)… even if it’s arguable in terms of usefulness and security… 🧐
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Olivier Halligon Nov 29
Replying to @octopi
It’s called the search pasteboard. OSX actually has multiple pasteboards, the general one you are used to with Cmd-C/-V, the universal one synced over your devices, the search pasteboard sharing text across all apps that are using the standard Cocoa search fields…
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Stephen Miller Nov 23
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Nature is Amazing ☘️ Nov 29
This made my day
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Max Kay Jun 25
'missing the pieces' - this one isn't fully finished, but I wanted to move past it before starting whatever's next for 🌦️
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