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Italian iOS freelancer, interested in game development. cocos2d-lover :-)

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The world seen by an object-oriented programmer http://t.co/5Gp7YueFWc
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2/27
2015
The Legacy Code Dilemma: When we change code, we should have tests in place. To put tests in place, we often have to change code Feathers M."Solving the binding problem with Swift" - Amazing article that shows off the Swift potential http://t.co/5ERs4rOOYZOH: “Do programmers have any specific superstitions?” “Yeah, but we call them best practices.”
Retweeted by DanieleWhat if the Internet was so slow it loaded one word at a time? Don't let Comcast win. http://t.co/OCoIdQiIN3
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2/26
2015
@gte @optshiftk Totally agree—"add final to go fast" is a bug in our optimizer, not a feature.
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2/25
2015
You want to see what the iTunes Connect developers think of Safari. Best code I read in a while! http://t.co/771XBmMCJv
Retweeted by DanieleTHANK YOU UNIVERSE FOR MAKING THIS POSSIBLE. RT @EmergencyPuppy: http://t.co/WJhrzIxofH
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2/23
2015
I finally figured out how to get those pesky semicolons and curly braces out of my Java code http://t.co/Ns96HdCuKO
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2/22
2015
Programmers explained: give this to your project manager or other n00bs http://t.co/lONRaosTbE
Retweeted by DanieleLiving the dream. http://t.co/RKA6944Kuv
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2/21
2015
@MaximeDefauw @SwiftLDN @codinginswift @swiftdevblogs 2 words: incremental build!See our CEO Mark Tacchi's latest guest post for http://t.co/ff9mAahR3y on lessons he learned from Steve Jobs. http://t.co/AglGayQbQGLenovo caught installing adware on new computers http://t.co/5jftFFFByw
2/19
2015
omg I want this 3d printed whiteboard clock! https://t.co/f8b7krfe3k http://t.co/FsjpASGhgb
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2/18
2015
posted: an example of refactoring to separate code that accesses external services http://t.co/gmtW4VqsMq
Retweeted by DanieleI just want to buy a lamp http://t.co/7CPFsloJqZ
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2/17
2015
That. http://t.co/mHvHOti1ke And why I will not post on that topic for a while, I won't be that polite. @philsturgeon well written.
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2/16
2015
I quit. http://t.co/ZgF10Q1ayR
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2/15
2015
Providence: Failure Is Always an Option - Jason Punyon http://t.co/lZt3G74fud
2/14
2015
check out my multi-threaded code http://t.co/UvCHQQEF2o
Retweeted by DanieleSlack Hits 500,000 Daily Active Users in First Year: http://t.co/GAPPvzA4tY
Retweeted by DanieleCore Animator looks interesting: http://t.co/ABzm0QF0lX
Retweeted by DanieleInfectious diseases by U.S. states before and after vaccines were introduced http://t.co/YKONjN70Re via @tynandebold http://t.co/s1G6aoLNsn
Retweeted by Daniele@reveal_app @jomtwi @atpfm the Apple alternative is really limited compared to reveal, but it could be enough for many people.
2/13
2015
If you prioritize "get shit done fast!" then you get shit, done fast.
Retweeted by Daniele★ Exploring KVO alternatives in #Swift: the pros and cons, by @ColinEberhardt http://t.co/6GsQ44a52o #swiftlang http://t.co/gampVrPsR6
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2/12
2015
The best job application letter ever! http://t.co/DFk6bDWCx9
Retweeted by DanieleExploring KVO alternatives with Swift http://t.co/DhveB21RwE what do you use? and why? #SwiftLang
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2/11
2015
@AndreaFaulds We still have time =)
Retweeted by DanieleSwift 1.2β Incremental builds: files that haven’t changed will no longer be recompiled - OH YES! I was seriously going crazy for this
2/10
2015
if let a = foo(), b = bar() { doSomething(a, b) } Thank you!
Retweeted by Daniele@dotswift similarly, @mrackwitz's and I's workshop on wrapping ObjC in Swift would've been very different with this: http://t.co/1nveQwzYzi
Retweeted by DanieleBye, bye pyramid of doom. #Swift 1.2 "if let can now unwrap multiple optionals at once, as well as include intervening boolean conditions."
Retweeted by DanieleWow! The compiler stability improvements in Xcode 6.3 are truly impressive! Great work by the Swift team! Thank you! :-)
Retweeted by DanieleHello "as!" I've been waiting for you…
Retweeted by DanieleThis dtrace script is super handy for diagnosing NSUserDefaults issues: https://t.co/4OnegLQC9E Run it with ‘syncs.d -p <cfprefsd pid>’
Retweeted by DanieleIt begins. RT @dailydot A robot vacuum tried to eat its sleeping owner's head: http://t.co/gBIqznvIHa http://t.co/eyr88z1Qsc
Retweeted by DanieleApple's iOS 9 to have huge stability and optimization focus after years of feature additions http://t.co/wLneCYB1Mf http://t.co/UJxipK29G5
Retweeted by DanieleImplementing Events In Swift http://t.co/xBRWnaQeF2
2/9
2015
Thinking about designing for failure some more... If most people make >=1 mistake/day, a company with 100 employees has >25000 mistakes/yr
Retweeted by DanieleBest programming book analogy ever. http://t.co/MtgxiITzxI
Retweeted by DanieleKnightmare: A DevOps Cautionary Tale http://t.co/khaDRf1sMAZero Zero http://t.co/hfQe5Ym1q6Swift & C: What I Learned Building Swift Bindings to libgit2 http://t.co/FImkgX0OCv
2/7
2015
@SwiftLDN @brentsimmons ObjC: "I heard laughter" Swift: "I heard sound? as laughter"
Retweeted by DanieleIt includes favorites such as UXView, UXNavigationController, UXControl, UXCollectionView, UXTableView, UXLabel, UXImageView, and much more.
Retweeted by DanieleThe new Photos for Mac is based on a new private framework in 10.10.3, UXKit. It is essentially a replica of UIKit, based on top of AppKit.
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2/5
2015
"A Note About iOS 8" (scroll down) We wrote 14 radars specifically to regressions from iOS 7 since October. https://t.co/RLsgp8B51o
Retweeted by DanieleThis is how App Store ratings work. Welcome to the reality. http://t.co/0MyHmTeqwE
Retweeted by DanieleHow a company with $400 million in assets went bankrupt in 45-minutes because of a failed deployment: http://t.co/9IXLa6YEMQ #knightmare
Retweeted by DanieleOne Xcode documentation writing tool tip by @simjp tonight: check out VVDocumenter https://t.co/jWlO5Hvd4T #SLDN http://t.co/coF7sELA1x
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2/4
2015
The reason why javascript sucks.. http://t.co/Jn7iOWtJsO
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2/3
2015
To break an AES256 key within 100 yrs you'll need 1 undecillion CPU with 1 trillion keys per seconds each OR 1 bug in 1 fucking line of code
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2/2
2015
The Importance of Being `final` http://t.co/iGZWRAHnLv
2/1
2015
@rob_rix This is very true; we had to ship KA 2.0 to production with -Onone. D:
Retweeted by DanieleReact.js Native (iOS, Android). Looks promising https://t.co/ViDK6XEXhf - "No Write once, Run everywhere, but Learn once, Write anywhere"LIVING IN THE FUTURE http://t.co/hQX9pBVMq4
Retweeted by DanieleHow graphics have evolved from 1997 to 2015. Amazing http://t.co/Go6XMljpcB
Retweeted by DanieleLoving Tim Reynolds’ low poly work: https://t.co/s0Fc0iDWDc (from http://t.co/mY91F6aKuV via @lookitsron)
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1/31
2015
I say with confidence as a former UIKit author: React's model for the UI layer is vastly better than UIKit's. React Native is a *huge* deal.
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1/29
2015
YouTube now defaults to HTML5 video. Open standards (eg. MSE & VP9) have reduced buffering by 50% & bandwidth by 35% http://t.co/doMWIPH3kU
Retweeted by DanieleLooks like TestFlight is going to be closed, any alternative for in-house testing?
1/27
2015
You don't say. http://t.co/RQ4CTft6LA
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1/26
2015
use NS_REQUIRES_SUPER, but define if not already defined https://t.co/sn8g4JpU2nWhat is the best way to handle large Swift Project? [Score:8] http://t.co/uInNBA8ZNF
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1/25
2015
SUCCESS: 26/26 (100%) Tests passed http://t.co/Eh4tzKgiQV
Retweeted by DanieleExcellent guide on making a scalable web app/site with Amazon Web Services by @ohmygoshjosh: http://t.co/Z4Dm4xihd6
Retweeted by DanieleOur new Patron Connect technology was named a tech trend that could change ticketing in 2015 by @RealDaveBrooks http://t.co/TpKTJAI5Hw
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1/24
2015
WhatsApp doesn't understand the web http://t.co/y6nWNwmnVa"Job hunting as a software developer" via @KeLuKeLuGames http://t.co/nrS7UTB92p
Retweeted by DanieleSwift code smell: - "!" Don't unwrap optionals explicitly. someVar! - No, no #swiftang #Swift
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1/23
2015
Vendini PES Championship #3 (again) - Yay! http://t.co/tMzVnJEQKHPeople fight about functional programming because the fights are completely predictable, parallelize trivially, & also have no side effects.
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1/22
2015
Swifty APIs: NSUserDefaults http://t.co/WhKQuIc1AdWorking at Netflix http://t.co/5EKMCxYHNPWow, this is huge! – LLDB is Coming to Windows http://t.co/lierWJ5JZD
Retweeted by DanieleWhen the specs change after we pushed to production http://t.co/cisWJsCHjc #thecodinglove
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1/21
2015
Unsold Google Glass Units To Be Donated To Assholes In Africa http://t.co/NMJO4ujGW1 http://t.co/ndLEctTNs2
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1/20
2015
Help a blind person see with the #BeMyEyes app - the app that connects blind people with sighted helpers! http://t.co/nsNcW51KqMThat is a nice touch in a deployment script. I really appreciate it :) http://t.co/CjijMb7TAq
Retweeted by DanieleVideo of my 25min intro to Microservices talk from @GOTOber https://t.co/lsOgScnUCu
Retweeted by Danielehttp://t.co/75GlP7WymL #jobsearch #developer #javascript #iOS #androiddev #php
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1/19
2015
Apple's new programming language is growing like crazy http://t.co/Dx03T6ISXF http://t.co/k8dHaO6aZg
Retweeted by DanieleMind = BLOWN Ive seen chromes dinosaur thousands of times but I never knew… If you press space it becomes A GAME! http://t.co/ZL1bA7BusG
Retweeted by DanieleWow, it's a beautiful day outside. I should probably do something. *closes the blinds so there isn't a glare on my screen* ~ Developers
Retweeted by DanieleVisualizing city densities http://t.co/kw9vZrSNPN
Retweeted by DanieleThe PHP7 Revolution, yo. Some devs shrugging, some thrilled, some shitting their pants! I for one, can't wait! http://t.co/J9D9vhoa2P
Retweeted by DanieleMan Saves Wife's Sight by 3D Printing Her Tumor: http://t.co/eeaugEWWSySo Google seems to have learned I go to the gym (how?) rather regularly and now suggests it in Now with "Time to gym". Huh.
Retweeted by DanieleProud to be working with such an awesome festival like the Sweetwater @420fest -- our CEO @marktacchi is pumped! http://t.co/HfJuKZkfoU
Retweeted by DanieleI seem to be the last person in the tech world who believes developers should have private offices. http://t.co/pD7PC70UbT by @df07
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Retweeted by DanielePlease help me improving Xdebug, and fill out this short 3 question survey about the default maximum nesting level: http://t.co/Hio6RYQCQi
Retweeted by DanieleThe Rise and Fall of the Lone Game Developer http://t.co/JPeSKWwh80
1/17
2015
@steipete what about using a hasBeenProperlyInitialized, raising in every public method which has been called with a false flag #overkill xDToo true ... http://t.co/OuihswblVY
Retweeted by DanieleThe idea of needing to update PHP 4-style code for PHP 7 is causing some older developers to utterly lose their shit: http://t.co/W5fMHjaL4n
Retweeted by DanieleBe My Eyes – Lend your eyes to the blind - http://t.co/C1zf4QBuaF What an amazing idea to help people!
1/15
2015
@MarcoMatarazzi LOL
1/14
2015
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