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iOS 11, thoroughly reviewed by @AndrewWrites

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A study quantifying the benefits of TypeScript and Flow type annotations - 15% reduction in committed bugs.

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I reviewed the iPhone 8 like a camera, because that’s what it is now.

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iOS 11, thoroughly reviewed by @AndrewWrites

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This is "Search Bar / Lock Screen on iOS 11" by Ryan Lau on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

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The ultimate guide to iPhone screen resolutions: (HT: @memelab)

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Apple changed the fundamental shape of the iPhone. That’s courage:

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Join our startup, we’ll cut your pay by 40%

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Hi! I made a macOS app over the weekend that I’ve wanted for many years. I hope you like it.

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Obsolete Technology

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via NYT > Business http://ift.tt/2uqc7dP

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It was a good run, fellow primates. Octlantis is a just-discovered underwater city engineered by octopuses via @qz

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT RIGHT NOW: Keybase Teams! / End-to-end crypto for flexible groups and mult…

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1. Alternatives to React may still be vulnerable to Facebook’s React patents 2. Using React doesn’t give Facebook more patents to use against you. 3. If Facebook uses their patents ‘offensively,’ using React may shield you from Facebook also using necessary-for-React patents offensively

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While I was writing @atlas' guide to pitching ( ) I reviewed the ~100 pitches we reviewed early this year. Thoughts:

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Satya Nadella’s corner office, on the fifth floor of Building 34 at Microsoft’s Redmond, Washington, headquarters, features a can’t-miss 84-inch Surface touch-screen computer that dominates one wall. But what demands even more attention are the vast quantities of books in the room. via Pocket

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