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Rob Napier
Swift and Go. Love 'em both. They make me mad in completely different ways. Infosec as required.
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SwiftFest 14h
Come meet the human being behind ! will be at to talk about her experience as one of the most iconic voices in the world and how she became “Accidentally famous” 🗓️ Agenda 🎟️ Tickets
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Rob Napier Apr 20
Ok, now you’re just showing off. :)
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Rob Napier Apr 20
I need a little ❤️ symbol that means "but never do that again."
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Rob Napier Apr 20
I was thinking the same about Peano Integers.
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Rob Napier retweeted
SwiftFest Apr 20
That's great, will be on stage with the talk "Secrets and Lies" about one very important topic: security. Explore the agenda here 🗓️ and get the tickets here 🎟️ , it's the last day for super early bird!
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @ristkof @netflix
I haven’t found anywhere to set it. You can turn off the “play next episode” but I can’t find “don’t play just because I’m looking at it.”
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Rob Napier Apr 19
The fact that his top complaint seems to be that Holding voted for the *procedural vote* to allow the Omnibus bill to be voted on (acknowledging that Holding voted against the actual bill), points to how fine the points of doctrinal purity have gotten.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
I admit to being pretty liberal (for NC; most places I'd probably be considered a moderate conservative), but the fact that someone seems to be trying to run to the right of Holding is…wow…that's where we are…
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @DSimpson88
(I do wish there were links to the candidate's websites, but that might require the General Assembly to implement :D)
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @DSimpson88
Thank you so much for the site. I really feel I should have seen it the first time. It's not unclear at all. Incredibly valuable.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
There's a House primary race on the GOP side. Holding/Chesser. That's all that's on the District 2 ballot.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Thank you! I'd already done that lookup, but hadn't noticed the ballots at the bottom of the screen. That fixed it for me.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @danwr @bbum @netflix
Might be different "auto-plays." The one that drives me crazy is when I'm trying to read the description text and Netflix decides it absolutely must start playing it just because I paused for 4 seconds.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @greg_doucette
Sorry to intrude: I'm in Raleigh (district 2), and am having trouble finding whether there's a primary here and who's on it. I only see districts 3 and 9 on the calendar. Do you know where to look?
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Oh good grief. I now seriously will spend time on other platforms like to figure out what is on rather than browse Netflix itself. I despise the auto-play feature that much. It creates a ridiculous level of stress (gotta move or it'll play!)
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @jaylyerly
Yes! We've been living on that recently to understand some keyboard layout problems. Seeing the precise hierarchy has been invaluable.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Current approach to trying to make SO friendlier: When I vote to close, I'm adding commentary to explain why & where the user should have gone. In particular, for "too broad" (which I believe is a good reason to close), I try to hand them off to docs (usually Apple prog guides).
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @cocoaphony
For beta work, I'm really sold on Instabug.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Replying to @cocoaphony
I've been a big Crashlytics fan, but as I've started to use Instabug more, I keep feeling like "oh Crashlytics, you are like little baby." User actions are amazing. "Clicked on this button, scrolled, clicked this" plus screenshots. Wow.
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Rob Napier Apr 19
Followup on earlier comments. Still not sure I'd use for project that created 100s/1000s of support chat requests (have one). But… Wow. The info you get for crash/bug reports is incredible. Incredible enough that you need to think about privacy, but so much info…
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