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Thomas Visser
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Replying to @steipete
Probably related to -[UIView _viewDelegate]?
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Thomas Visser Feb 15
Replying to @aligatr
TIL, thanks!
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Thomas Visser Feb 15
Is there such a thing as higher-order git diffs, e.g. a diff of two diffs?
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Thomas Visser Feb 9
Y U make such a smile file then?
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Thomas Visser Feb 8
Tumbling down the rabbit hole…
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Highstreet Feb 7
Denham celebrates their 10 year anniversary with this beautiful book. And... with launching their app on our platform. The best place to experience the Denham brand: coming soon to an App Store near you. 👖🎉
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Thomas Visser Feb 5
Days since writing code that accidentally relies on the order of keys in a Swift dictionary: 0
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Thomas Visser Feb 1
Replying to @cocoaphony
I studied there. Happy to answer any questions you might have!
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Thomas Visser Jan 26
I always keep both Xcode and Android Studio running in case my laptop starts slowing down and I just have to quit the one I’m not using to make everything snappy again.
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Highstreet Jan 23
Our Year in Review is here! 23 releases, 30 features, 30.000 hours of platform improvements and 60.000+ lines of code. Curious about our 2017? Read the full story here:
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Thomas Visser Jan 19
My breakpoints in stop working about five times a day. Restarting Xcode always works, but I’d rather not. Any ideas?
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Thomas Visser Jan 18
Replying to @olebegemann
You could wrap a Result in a type that can represent cancelled or completed (with result) states
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Dave Evans Jan 15
Researchers in Japan are showing way to decode thoughts. A neural network that not only reads but re-creates what is in your mind.
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Thomas Visser Jan 11
Replying to @loiclec
And, did you?
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Graham Sutherland [Polynomial^DSS] Jan 4
Explainer on & : When a processor reaches a conditional branch in code (e.g. an 'if' clause), it tries to predict which branch will be taken before it actually knows the result. It executes that branch ahead of time - a feature called "speculative execution".
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Thomas Visser Jan 2
Replying to @chriseidhof
Gelukkig nieuwjaar!
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Thomas Visser Dec 31
Replying to @orta
Still carry it with me, waiting to be coin checked ;)
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Thomas Visser Dec 30
Replying to @loiclec
Not yet, but you seem to know what you’re talking about so you’re hired 😉
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Thomas Visser Dec 30
Replying to @thomvis
Used TensorFlow for the first time, just in time to put “machine learning since 2017” in my Twitter bio
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Thomas Visser Dec 30
Replying to @thomvis
In regular words: met with two friends, sat around a table, combined a few github projects & APIs, ran it on AWS, had a very late lunch because for hours we thought it almost had it working 🙃
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