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Kim Ahlberg
I make software to serve and delight the people who use it. -- Soccer fan, aviation enthusiast, data geek, Apple aficionado. Swedish.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 18
Just posted a photo @ Timmendorfer Strand
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 16
Deutschland ist schön @ Timmendorfer Strand
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 15
Dejlig 🇩🇰 @ Helsingør, Denmark
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 13
Replying to @JoelQwiberg
Du gjorde ju dessutom en supergrym insats! Detta var min första Öismatch i år (bor i Seattle) och du imponerade stort 🤩
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 13
Replying to @john_abg
Satan va gött det var att få ynnesten att se en seger på plats från östra stå!
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Seattle Xcoders Jul 9
This Thursday: Talks on Functional Networking and on Building a 3D Renderer in Swift:
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Jeff Watkins Jul 10
I haven’t made a big deal about it, but after 10 years at Apple I’ve decided to look for new opportunities. If you’re looking for someone with a bit of iOS experience, I might be a fit. Find my resume here:
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 9
Would you look at that; the recording of my post-WWDC lightning talk on PencilKit at Seattle Xcoders is available to watch online 🥳
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 9
Oh no 😢 I loved his performance in Columbo – Death Hits the Jackpot. R.I.P. Rip.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 8
Replying to @lukew
That said; The Sono Sion has solar panels embedded all over the body work.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 8
Replying to @lukew
They generate too little power to make a difference given the limited size, and cars spend at least a part of their time in the shade. It's better use of resources to mount a larger solar panel, pointed at the optimal angle, to your building and charge from it.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 8
Replying to @olandstr
I have mine right here 😎
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Constantin Jacob Jul 8
For the people in the back: Say what you want about Objective-C, most of the code was very easy to parse because the language made you be explicit
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 8
Replying to @tzeejay
This is a big part of why I enjoy (well written) Obj-C code. It reads well and is straight forward to parse.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 6
Replying to @Aleen
Err, of course that should be , autocorrect was being too helpful…
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 6
Replying to @Aleen
Setting up a home screen icon for is where it's at. It's functional enough to keep track of messages and timeline, but not appealing enough to pull you in.
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Kim Ahlberg Jul 6
After a week of repeatedly trying, and failing, to create an online AT&T account for my phone line I finally figured out that their system silently fails when your password contains a period 🤦🏼‍♂️ This enraged me enough to switch to 's Magenta Plus plan instead 🙌🏼
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Nick Stenning Jul 5
This might sound really dumb when I say it out loud but boy have I been surprised by how much of "engineering effectiveness" in a huge company is just finding the really good humans in other teams, building personal relationships with them, and helping each other out.
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Kevin Beaumont Jul 4
Amazing, 7 Eleven launch mobile payment app: a day after launching it attackers stole half a million USD from customers, as the app had no security around password reset (any user could reset anybody else’s password)
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M.G. Siegler Jul 3
My read on the Jony Ive situation based on some good, old fashioned information triangulation...
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