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Jeremy W. Sherman

I make Macchiato [macchiato.10centuries.org] for 10C's iOS-using community.

Father of two kids. Grew up in St. Louis, schooled in Florida, live and work (mostly from home) in Atlanta.

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@joanna Drafts works well for quick notes.
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Wound up using Vivaldi for a conf call after Firefox wouldn't send audio, and Safari was refused by the conf call system. (Appear.in.)
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@blumenkraft That article points out how climate change accelerates language extinction of endangered languages. But we'll have larger, more established languages with literature, media, and many speakers for a very long time. @schmidt_fu @33MHz
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@blumenkraft I wouldn't bet on that. Face to face still drives first language acquisition, and is inherently highly localized. Lingua franca has been a more common outgrowth (viz English today). @33MHz @schmidt_fu
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@mandy Purely local iOS app. Has CSV export.
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@33MHz The problem with that advice is it stops short of telling you where to bury them after. @fam
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@mandy I use LogsIt to record reading. @schmidt_fu
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@thedan84 A poor developer can make spaghetti of any language.
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"Xcode’s Subversion integration will be deprecated in a future release."

Mwahahahah.
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@thedan84 Sounds more like UIKit annoyances than Obj-C. So much implicit state, so incomplete documentation, so closed-source.
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@schmidt_fu Purgatory is when you're consigned to finish reading every book you ever began.
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@thedan84 What's the bug?
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@schmidt_fu All of them. >.>
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@thedan84 😢
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@doctorlinguist Good step by step survey of cleaning up config param usage. Thanks!
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Oh, also, Why Programs Fail [www.sciencedirect.com]. I'm a sucker for books on debugging, because I wind up doing way too much of it.
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@33MHz @aurynn Link flinger, I like it. :)

I'm probably naturalized Southern at this point. I've lived in either Florida or Georgia since 2004.
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@doctorlinguist Destructuring / pattern matching? I'm not very up on ES lingo. Their weird VM approach is pervasive across the standard, and I never sat down with it for long enough.
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Also: ScienceDirect has some fun stuff. Particularly looking at some of the Celko SQL books, Demeyer et al's OO Reengineering Patterns (maintenance dev!), and Ying's Foundations of Quantum Programming (cool!).

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