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

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Joined Twitter 10/2/09

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More detailed analysis how the DDoS attack against GitHub works. Great to see that they're not giving in to extortion http://t.co/HMTuauWUf0
Retweeted by DanieleAutomatically formatting JavaScript to match your Style Guide: https://t.co/owHzkBZqUS ~ with the new JSCS 1.12.0 http://t.co/uEwjtf6bY7
Retweeted by Daniele#GoogleMaps Will Now Turn Any Street Into a Playable Pac-Man Level #Google http://t.co/Aq1hjwBUTU #AprilFoolsday2015 http://t.co/MHoYSMEEoR
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3/31
2015
@true_droid when writing functional tests you need to look at user perspective, so waitForTappableViewWithAccessibilityLabel: should helpMy Core Data Stack: http://t.co/w1h3F3AJZU
Retweeted by DanieleWeb Development: Rendering Performance https://t.co/PsnEz2vAzeUnderstanding between the back-end and front-end simplified :) http://t.co/96JgubCmRs
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3/30
2015
React Primer (still wip) https://t.co/p3nNdkBro4when targeted ads go wrong http://t.co/vXD0YWZXoV
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3/29
2015
At some point I should really combine https://t.co/4Wf3pNPzS9 & http://t.co/HG1LBoZ30D & a few other thoughts and do a post on threading.
Retweeted by DanieleA thin sheet of snow sliding off the slide and neatly folding over itself. Photo by Cathy Hartt http://t.co/3YDWC1olp8
Retweeted by DanieleJust realised that none of my HDMI cables have virus protection http://t.co/rLnS4z0P0A
Retweeted by DanieleHey #edtech; this is huge: @DisneyPixar's Renderman animation software now available for FREE http://t.co/Kc8AvDzfiC http://t.co/zKH8DObQ0p
Retweeted by DanieleDisabling Xcode’s source control support took its CPU usage from a constant 195% down to about 2%.
Retweeted by Daniele@steipete of course, functional tests are slow by definition, but it should help anyway. KIF tests for 1 of our app run for about 15-20 minOh wow, DevTools debugger now shows local variable values... right inline? This is kind of brilliant. http://t.co/Z1C37PIOJj
Retweeted by DanieleReact Native is interesting from an app review perspective, since it basically allows to change/update your whole app remotely.
Retweeted by Daniele@steipete you can tweak the stepDelay. See my commit here https://t.co/nTpzPAs3YO IMO setting KIF tests on a CI server It's worth trying@steipete you can't rely entirely on functional tests, but they are better than manual testing when validating key-features of your productComponentKit (https://t.co/1FRbkLMuGz) is a Big Deal for the same reason React Native is: http://t.co/iD1mbR37Lv Fantastic work.
Retweeted by DanieleMy favorite thing about code reviews: not "finding bugs" or "checking work" but consistent everyday venue for discussion of eng practices.
Retweeted by DanieleWe're live. http://t.co/BtAIRrestL
Retweeted by DanieleSeriously, read these slides about Apple's fix attempts on the Jailbreak side. http://t.co/eu0GsQZ8bN
Retweeted by Daniele“How do I speed up this Java code?” > Closed as not a real question.
Retweeted by DanieleLarge Scale DDoS Attack on http://t.co/JwkbQHBy3q https://t.co/jPW14HtWc8
Retweeted by DanieleThe ongoing DDoS attack has adjusted tactics again. We are continuing to adapt and mitigate it.
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3/28
2015
SSL MiTM attack in AFNetworking 2.5.1 http://t.co/mxUl6qx3KB
3/27
2015
Loving the anti-RSI features in Xcode for Swift: code completion pauses 3-10 seconds every time to give your hands a chance to rest.
Retweeted by DanieleFriends, remember that it's dangerous to look directly at the Eclipse (via @interacciones) http://t.co/1641ZUSsWJ
Retweeted by DanieleWe had a great dinner @Perugia with our awesome colleagues from the @vendini (America) engineering team! http://t.co/8J7xCjFXXY
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3/20
2015
Mathias Verraes - Decoupling the Model from the Framework at Laracon EU 2014 https://t.co/UW8dRmpLBV"any of these cases" http://t.co/IhBpeqVlYI
Retweeted by DanieleI made a thing… Check the diffs of the App Store Review Guidelines with http://t.co/nhHsTSP7vg
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3/15
2015
Wow, in the @phpstorm 9 EAP while debugging i now see inline comments with values! THIS IS AMAZING! http://t.co/qlNp9sexKu
Retweeted by DanieleVery, very useful: http://t.co/2ZcVw6x3Dm
Retweeted by DanieleSwift 1.2 compilation not so incremental for you? Overloaded free functions are all dirtied when one's file is modified. Chief culprit: ==.
Retweeted by DanieleInternal monologue: “Wait, why am I just sitting here?” <turns to Xcode, hits cmd-B> “Oh I was waiting for a build to finish” Friday :/
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3/14
2015
Goodbye MongoDB, Hello PostgreSQL http://t.co/IOozGJd2XI
3/13
2015
Surprises you find when reading through the SQLite code. Somebody must've received a lot of calls. http://t.co/1yTAvYLHMx
Retweeted by DanieleDear Maintainer… http://t.co/gFvNdChyAY
Retweeted by DanieleIf you have Java on your Mac, you should check this box right now. http://t.co/8iFdG511sR
Retweeted by Daniele🎈 "CocoaPods 0.36 has been released" http://t.co/0ySGcnJI7K
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3/12
2015
Fantastic list of PHP must-watch talks curated by @phptodayorg http://t.co/SZESkcSXWx #linkTuesday
Retweeted by DanieleiOS 8.2 patches the FREAK SSL issue. (and some more) https://t.co/d2xhEKkp6J
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3/10
2015
the internet is cool sometimes http://t.co/yYnvV8LI55
Retweeted by Daniele"Turning the database inside-out with Apache Samza" - Great and promising ideas behind this article. http://t.co/2VPSxOFdhtI think this has officially gotten out of hand. via @echo4h http://t.co/Jx9wx7ZKsv
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3/8
2015
A site that archives awesome iPhone app user flows. http://t.co/DUM9MgcWp8Question here on the use of #SwiftLang failable initializers. They are easy to avoid! Don't regress to #ObjC patterns http://t.co/RHzz4twhyr
Retweeted by DanieleAs much as ASCII-Art is so 1980s…. this is brilliant! “@Love2Code: ASCII fluid dynamics demo YouTube https://t.co/A7GUsEkhP8
Retweeted by DanieleThe Nintendo Oui http://t.co/keYz40hLaF
Retweeted by DanieleOh no no no no no BitTorrent Inc/utorrent are (apparently secretly) installing bitcoin miners on ppl's computers D: https://t.co/JLEjrr4Cfe
Retweeted by DanieleHP is trying to patent #ContinuousDelivery - here is how you can help block this madness http://t.co/mxKjKFKspQ
Retweeted by DanieleWhat Programmers Say vs. What They Mean http://t.co/UmkUM2vUFo
Retweeted by DanieleHow I Used EVE Online to Predict the Great Recession http://t.co/NAiP9rb0iG
3/7
2015
What is a coder's worst nightmare? http://t.co/aq6bUl4e2y
3/6
2015
XCTest: The Good Parts http://t.co/ZAMKRNq0Pw
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3/4
2015
Test Engineer, qualità del software - Provincia Perugia at Vendini (via Stack Overflow Careers) https://t.co/370NqPzadK via @StackCareers
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3/2
2015
Holy. Crap. RT @adamjsimmons: Fully-Procedural WebGL Seascape— https://t.co/bHfDjS52ma http://t.co/U91xCQV7e2
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3/1
2015
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!
2/20
2015
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/5jftFFFBywomg I want this 3d printed whiteboard clock! https://t.co/f8b7krfe3k http://t.co/FsjpASGhgb
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2/19
2015
posted: an example of refactoring to separate code that accesses external services http://t.co/gmtW4VqsMq
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2/18
2015
I 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
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.If you prioritize "get shit done fast!" then you get shit, done fast.
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2/13
2015
★ 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@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…
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2/10
2015
This 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
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2/7
2015
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