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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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Belén Aug 15
I'm shy, but public speaking is a *skill* that can be learned! Don't let it (or not being an expert) stop you from speaking
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Chris Eidhof Aug 15
I think having a reactive debugger for Swift could make reactive programming much easier:
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🌞🏜 eevee 🏜🌞 Aug 13
hello, everyone. here is my incredibly hot take. warning it's a scorcher
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Rob Napier Aug 13
First time in Denver. First . Really looking forward to both.
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Rob Napier Aug 13
Replying to @a2 @dantoml @savinola
Wow, that really is good.
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Rob Napier Aug 13
Replying to @dantoml @savinola
I just got an intro lesson from . It really is quite orderly. I definitely want to explore more in my acquire alphabets mission :)
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Rob Napier Aug 11
Replying to @Hay
Current job. Much of it was a take home project that really captured the kind of work I’d be doing in a simplified way.
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Rob Napier Aug 7
Yes, and yes it may (though since recursion is not a common Swift pattern, I don't know how prioritized it is, or if ARC causes headaches).
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Rob Napier Aug 7
Yes, since there's no call stack. The TCO problem really relates to needing to return a value.
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Rob Napier Aug 7
Replying to @johnsundell
For most simple recursion problems, stdlib already has nice functional solutions, so usually not a huge problem. (filter() in this case.)
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Rob Napier Aug 7
Replying to @johnsundell
Just don't forget that this will crash if there are too many recursions. Swift has no TCO.
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🦉🤖🔥 Aug 6
This is SO THOROUGH and SO INSIGHTFUL - How to Interview Engineers - /via
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Russ Bishop Aug 1
Replying to @xenadu02
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Rob Napier Aug 2
Replying to @rob_rix @gte
That's probably how it goes. I'm just getting old.
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Rob Napier Aug 2
Replying to @gte @rob_rix
Once there was a scientist But now is he is no more For what he thought was H2O Was H2SO4 Ah, the poems my mother taught me :)
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Cody Keenan Aug 1
The White House inspires some of its inhabitants:
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Rob Napier Aug 1
Replying to @dwlz
Only and forever.
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Rob Napier Aug 1
Replying to @DouglasWLance
My natural inclination is to use the most specific type (timedelta & DurationField for durations), but I'm not sure if that's common.
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Rob Napier Aug 1
Replying to @DouglasWLance
The reason I ask is that many Python and Django things that take durations do not take timedeltas; they take ints or floats.
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