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

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@Rif_ il bar del Famila potrebbe averne delle copie xD
12/21
2014
The thing where you've solved a problem, and can now close 46 tabs
Retweeted by DanieleCena della #fabbrica 2014. Che squadra fantastica! http://t.co/PF5SzIIATL
Retweeted by DanieleHow every programmer over 30 feels. http://t.co/LflWYHDF6E
Retweeted by Daniele"Dijkstra was probably a bit heavy on drugs or something" (Linus Torvalds on Semaphores) http://t.co/ySbwWwy822
Retweeted by DanieleI enjoyed reading drafts of @thejayfields 's book on effective unit testing. Now it's launching officially at http://t.co/aJ35XcQlyI
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12/20
2014
PSA: If your daily workflow involves using Git, please clear 15 minutes of your time during the coming hour. We're releasing a critical 0day
Retweeted by DanieleThe SpriteBuilder guy is giving a talk! "We don't have a Swift compiler for Android yet, but we hope to by the summer" O. M. G.
Retweeted by DanieleIn case you thought your job was stressful http://t.co/gwEA9fLnX9
Retweeted by DanieleRule #1 of software engineering: you don't have any choice about which part of the code base you'll accidentally become the expert on.
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12/19
2014
Dead 😂 http://t.co/4Njr3JtgGd
Retweeted by DanieleDevTools Tip: Use the paint profiler to see what draw calls were executed to draw a page (can also scrub the profile) http://t.co/8iMSfEoSVG
Retweeted by DanielePlease RT the hell out of this. Thank you. http://t.co/LNWPGCAXkF
Retweeted by DanieleParanormal code http://t.co/7rSCQSUBMy http://t.co/o0k6CiNTSX
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12/17
2014
Love this: Computing the hex color of the current time. http://t.co/Kw6GIhFSAS http://t.co/ivsqS7NTgn
Retweeted by Daniele"We don't have time for refactoring, there's still too much left to do." http://t.co/rQgOuip4TO
Retweeted by DanieleiOS image caching. Libraries benchmark (SDWebImage vs FastImageCache) http://t.co/6COemoqIW5 via @wordpressdotcomNintendo would not approve of these zombie statues http://t.co/yXSBg3oDUX https://t.co/bnCZ0AdLbN
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12/14
2014
This is Margaret Hamilton, NASA lead software engineer, and this is the Apollo guidance program she wrote. http://t.co/veweKVHE2n
Retweeted by DanieleMicrosoft acquires HockeyApp: http://t.co/hwgDUvy2xU
Retweeted by DanieleJust received a gift basket from @StackCareers! How did you know that the @vendini team loves chocolate & cookies?!? http://t.co/x59AkfXAKg
Retweeted by DanieleOn @indiestack today, I lay down some heavy Xcode console tips, including the vastly overlooked regex breakpoints: http://t.co/vqaIXPWp2a
Retweeted by DanieleWhat’s the performance hit of Auto Layout on iOS? Benchmarks and real world data in my latest blog post: http://t.co/MS8vQJ74OV
Retweeted by Daniele★ Wenderlich #Swift Style Guide - Updated for December 🎁 by @gregheo http://t.co/B1HHlSWy06 #swiftlang http://t.co/466gDsZKGT
Retweeted by DanieleiOS image caching. Libraries benchmark (SDWebImage vs FastImageCache) http://t.co/dGXxb1qRZI
Retweeted by DanieleThis might be the most mind-blowing fact I learned this year: http://t.co/jJB3cEoq7j http://t.co/Dr34RLeJbU
Retweeted by DanieleHahaha, yeah, proper experimental tech. Time travel's got nothing on this science fiction shit. #javascript http://t.co/Y8mbrBvMn1
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12/13
2014
Grande articolo sul nostro CEO Mark (pagina 8). Da leggere! http://t.co/d8qlx9Ruuw
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12/12
2014
Today Obama became the 1st US President to write a computer program #HourOfCode @WhiteHouse http://t.co/tg0Xcdu1w0 http://t.co/kPeLZRSu4A
Retweeted by DanieleThe Offline Cookbook http://t.co/v4djOJJwoe The when/where/how of caching & serving content offline-first. http://t.co/EMgtph6E8U
Retweeted by DanieleAdrianna Mitchell, who wrote code and fist-bumped w/ the POTUS yesterday, is now the most popular girl at her school. http://t.co/8zYmmI2wKo
Retweeted by DanieleThis is way too accurate. http://t.co/iHv6rgiEaA
Retweeted by DanieleA woman on my train is trying to get everyone to sing Christmas songs. Everyone is pretending she's invisible. So proud to be British.
Retweeted by Daniele🚢 AppCode 3.1 with #Swift support has shipped. Congratulations @anastasiak2512 :) http://t.co/kffTr8v3jZ @appcode | #swiftlang #iosdev
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12/10
2014
THIS “@maltewelding: this. (via T. Bergmann) http://t.co/dzisdA9CjU
Retweeted by DanieleHopper + lldb for iOS Developers: A Gentle Introduction http://t.co/dVIZHiAV5y
12/8
2014
This is a Russian priest sprinkling holy water on the central bank's servers in an attempt to stop the fall of ruble. http://t.co/LbJxlWBUcR
Retweeted by DanieleMany Types Make Light Work (sharing implementation and interfaces avoiding subclasses) http://t.co/is1E4Oo6w0 slides https://t.co/rNsZKWjewb
12/7
2014
#AfghanistanYouNeverSee central Afghanistan, university entrance exam. http://t.co/RElKQG111Y
Retweeted by DanieleGoogle has been tracking me with Location History for the last 5 years by the hour. 120Mb of points in JSON format http://t.co/aQ9dIvIz2z
Retweeted by DanieleDesirable developer skills: 1 Ability to ignore new tools and technologies 2 Taste for simplicity 3 Good code deletion skills 4 Humility
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12/6
2014
C++ as cross-platform solution for enterprises: how Microsoft uses it to deliver Office to Win, iOS, Android and web https://t.co/fh3Qv8wQIJ
Retweeted by DanieleApple gets patent to prevent cracked screens by rotating iPhones as they fall: Can science save our iPhones fr... http://t.co/kU8fYpm4QA
Retweeted by Daniele"In an audit of the last 3 years of shipped bugs ... ~40% would have been caught early by using Swift. @RedQueenCoder http://t.co/hUQNZaPoy2
Retweeted by DanieleTop #Productivity Hacks and #Shortcuts for #PhpStorm by @bitfalls - Definitive must-read if you're using PhpStorm http://t.co/8R5aeGWWQG
Retweeted by DanieleRT @501MWG: This is what's it's all about. #BadGuysDoingGood http://t.co/rT1LheGMBF
Retweeted by Daniele@hermanjakobi if you use swift is a must have (it solves most of the sourcekit crashes)USB 3 joins the already long list of technologies that can interfere on the 2.4 GHz band used by WiFi & Bluetooth. http://t.co/ETT4qQAdcE
Retweeted by DanieleGoogle Maps for iOS is shit now... the UI is random. They seriously need to go back to UX school.
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12/4
2014
2 things programmers tend to underestimate: 1. How long things take 2. How long our code will be around 3. How many things we underestimate
Retweeted by DanieleIt's All About Time (PHP and Timing Attacks) http://t.co/IzKzumwhgH
11/29
2014
A flowchart of what programmers do all day http://t.co/CSKrqFhepm
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11/27
2014
#SwiftLang red-green-refactor cycle: 1) Use ! 2) Use if let, ?, as?, ?? 3) Use operator overloading, generics, functional constructs
Retweeted by DanieleWhat do you buy the person who has everything..... http://t.co/xGD7mwZgJQ
Retweeted by DanieleThe mystery of the crashing NSPredicate http://t.co/p1FzfAEDTyHow Does a Debugger Work? http://t.co/qRqVex3cos
11/26
2014
Back from an awesome #meetup at @unity3d where I won an #nvidiashield with @andreasprega #coolstuff http://t.co/TTPxuTdKac
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11/25
2014
If theft was treated like rape... http://t.co/6U7TrBIywX
Retweeted by DanieleWe could win a Crunchie! Vote Vendini for the "Best Bootstrapped Startup" http://t.co/0530sHQ0we #vendini #crunchies http://t.co/LaarwyH73D
Retweeted by DanieleSince the @PSPDFKit 4 release, we reported and worked around 10 radars. Mostly UIKit. Today's release has another 4. http://t.co/1Hwa837fRE
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11/24
2014
0.35 is out, update via `gem install cocoapods` Check the blog & CHANGELOG for what’s new. http://t.co/Uh0IvMuoeo https://t.co/Qsgh1aqbn5
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11/20
2014
There is now a branch of @CocoaPods with framework / #swift support. https://t.co/AK2ggfdm8m
Retweeted by Danielethis weird randomly-mutating mod of Mario 64 is amazing (ht @postags) https://t.co/AW8QCdy0Z5
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11/16
2014
#letsKillJavaAlready RT @sdtimes: Google releases tools for developing #Android apps in C/C++ http://t.co/1NuNMV07Dd #Cplusplus
Retweeted by DanieleWhat one entrepreneur learned from working for Steve Jobs: @MindaZetlin @marcotacchi @Vendini http://t.co/ZshVJlPY0U via @Inc
Retweeted by DanieleBrilliant depiction of the sad state of walking in our cities. (Artist unknown, via Daniel Sauter at #2WalkAndCycle). http://t.co/h6vUZKx0v0
Retweeted by DanieleOur CEO Mark Tacchi on the top lessons he learned from Steve Jobs, and how he uses them at Vendini every day @inc http://t.co/Rjp3MVkWWW
Retweeted by DanieleThe REPL in Xcode 6.1 gives you another great way to use Swift. The latest blog post introduces some of the basics: https://t.co/AOkSHMLU8h
Retweeted by DanieleKeep Retweet this .... http://t.co/504nGTBJAa
Retweeted by DanieleC++: Conformance And Cross-Platform Mobile Development (Channel 9) http://t.co/rBiOMybJxc via @ch9Developers: Dash by @kapeli is out on iOS today https://t.co/HnZJOyGUnn
Retweeted by DanieleBig news: we're excited and honored to announce that we've been named on @Deloitte’s Fast 500 2014! http://t.co/GoB7mWkK3W
Retweeted by DanieleXcode 6.1.1 GM. Thanks :"Many common causes of SourceKit crashes have been fixed, namely corrupted module caches and outdated derived data"public static DateTime getTommorowsDate() { Thread.Sleep(24*60*60*1000); return DateTime.Now; }
Retweeted by Daniele#Leadership lessons that @Vendini CEO @marktacchi94103 learned by working for Steve Jobs: http://t.co/mww8GklTIL
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11/15
2014
Join me and nominate Vendini for the Best Bootstrapped Startup Crunchie! http://t.co/qm0qzGk5B0 #crunchiesVendini Joins Deloitte's 2014 Technology Fast 500(TM) - Yahoo Singapore Finance https://t.co/oeTVy9RYMN via @YahooSG
11/14
2014
Just saw "Advanced Swift - Apple WWDC 2014", loved the memoized example with use of Generics...mindblowing! https://t.co/27WtApdlxd@steipete I feel your pain bro! :D
11/9
2014
@MarcoMatarazzi @andreasprega ok, questo è serio tanto! sbav :PNo Deadlines For You! Software Dev Without Estimates, Specs or Other Lies http://t.co/U9JFhgffjSMy fear of using Oculus Rift perfectly illustrated… http://t.co/ccwXwU6XB4
Retweeted by DanieleIf you are waiting to jailbreak your iOS 8.0-8.1 device until things are "stable enough": we now seem to be ready! ;P http://t.co/XRUU74p7i8
Retweeted by DanieleIE devs asked the community to vote on the next feature to implement. The community chose death. http://t.co/TUHPqaXTQx
Retweeted by DanieleThis is a million dollar idea. http://t.co/5DmFETfflt
Retweeted by Daniele@steipete we use KIF and we are pretty satisfied. https://t.co/rDnRILleLZ@xaprb Hi there, just out of curiosity, are you working on High Performance MySQL 4th edition? or is it a paused project? Thanks!
11/8
2014
"What's bower?" "A package manager, install it with npm." "What's npm?" "A package manager, you can install it with brew" "What's brew?" ...
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11/6
2014
The abomination as it stands so far. I’m going to bed :) Warning: Never do this http://t.co/ZaYkjzdxCD
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11/5
2014
The @github Swift style guide https://t.co/tM31fgmPVQ
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11/4
2014
@konrad1977 I would apply that pattern for application logic, but not making distinction, would let only to anaemic models.@konrad1977 I read your article, interesting approach, just a couple of points: there is nothing wrong putting domain logic on your modelThis costume is running a functional version of Portal that moves as she aims the gun. GO HOME HALLOWEEN IS WON http://t.co/wIiIqX3SH5
Retweeted by Daniele★ #Swift will have dialects, no single idiomatic style (for better or worse) http://t.co/bYPJ1C9pn0 @jeremywsherman | #swiftlang #iosdev
Retweeted by Daniele"Swift isn’t too young to have a style: It’s just too big to be confined to having a single style." @jeremywsherman
Retweeted by DanieleDrinkbot on the move with @numist and @maybefriday’s assortment of unlabeled chem experiments! http://t.co/C9vvLVFZyr http://t.co/bqiYANpYWK
Retweeted by Daniele@Cocoanetics who decides if there are "significan changes" or not? :D
11/2
2014
Winner. #OculusRift http://t.co/1bFEOnET8H
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11/1
2014
This is starting to be disturbing #Xcode #swift http://t.co/KZ2sRtAqT5Pretty much the coolest Lego thing ever. http://t.co/XpvH8Vfqwv
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10/31
2014
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