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Ben Sandofsky
Developer of and Spectre.
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Ben Sandofsky 9h
Replying to @bjhomer
Yup. Forked 1.1.1g.
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Ben Sandofsky 10h
Replying to @mklin
What would I be suspicious of?
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Ben Sandofsky 11h
Replying to @simjp
Last I checked, Apple’s recommendation was to ship OpenSSL with your app for receipt validation related stuff. For now, just keeping it simple and well-trodden.
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Ben Sandofsky 12h
Replying to @Stammy
2.4ghz 8-Core i9
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Ben Sandofsky 12h
Replying to @sandofsky
(We use OpenSSL as part of our receipt validation.)
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Ben Sandofsky 12h
Replying to @eytanschulman
App Store receipt validation.
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Ben Sandofsky 12h
We can now build Halide and its only dependency, OpenSSL, on M1 Macs. Going from a 2019 16” MacBook Pro (32GB RAM) to an M1 Mac Mini (16GB), the gains are ridiculous. OpenSSL: 10m32s => 5m24s Halide: 0m49s => 0m28s
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @waqasali
Her own. Might build a fake app with rings.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @sandofsky
Lambda School refuses to work with CIRR, a coalition of bootcamps that follow a standard method of reporting outcomes. Instead, they put together their own report. This post explains how it was bogus: And also that time the CEO lied about being homeless.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @sandofsky
Then read this article from NYMag that proves they lied about student outcomes for years. In internal documents, they told investors that job placement was around 50%. Meanwhile, they told prospective students it was 86%.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @sandofsky
If this is the first you've heard of Lambda School, start with this article: What's changed since it was published: they cut the program from 9 months to 6. They've replaced paid staff roles with unpaid students. They still charge up to $30,000.
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Halide Nov 18
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is a true Pro photographer's iPhone. digs into why the iPhone 12 Pro Max is a big leap in iPhone camera quality, and why some might not have been impressed with it at first glance:
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @atikhonova
Wow. I was spec'ing out building a deep learning box the other day. This couldn't have come at a better time.
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Corey Quinn Nov 18
Good news for companies considering Lambda School Fellows: in California, if the project they do "displaces work typically performed by regular employees" they're required to be paid. So if you're on the fence, ask your General Counsel their opinion and the decision is easy.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Silicon Valley invents unpaid internships.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @ChloeCondon
Who could have predicted that a bootcamp that broke the law for years is now violating the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
Replying to @stevesi
I was going to say, seems to be the opposite of what Steam does. After $10M, their cut goes from 30% to 25%. After $50m, it’s 20%.
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Ben Sandofsky Nov 18
My heart goes out to those grasping for outrage.
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Halide Nov 18
It took two years for Halide to reach the point we could do it full time. A 15% bump in revenue would have let us go full indie much sooner. This is amazing news:
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Halide Nov 17
Announcing Halide Sto-Lides, a new and innovative way to stay in touch with the people and companies that matter most in your life while staying primed for uncompromising manual photography. Easily share shots with the new top shutter button. We think you'll love it.
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