Soroush and Chris share some sad news, talk about Soroush's first official Swift Evolution proposal, and a post about giving presentations by Dave DeLong.
- Soroush’s pitch: `count(where:)` on Sequence
- E66: Sequence and Collection and Iterator, Oh My
- Harlan Haskins & Robert Widmann - Becoming An Effective Contributor to Swift
- How to Read the Swift Standard Library Source
- Soroush’s Swift PR
- Soroush’s Swift Evolution proposal PR
- Swift Unwrapped: 56: SE-206 Hashable Enhancements
- Chris Lattner’s comment on Soroush’s pitch
- E60: Soroush in the Standard Library
- Soroush’s Lazy dropLast implementation
- Dave DeLong: You should give that presentation
- Productivity Strategies: Exploration vs Exploitation
- Multi-armed bandit experiments
- Your Calendrical Fallacy Is...
- iOS 11.2.6 DateFormatter.date returns nil for cities that observe Brasília Summer Time
- Pub quiz question,"How many time zones are there"
- Where is the extra 75 seconds coming from?
- I think a great interview question is“how do you compute the length of a string?” If the candidate responds by asking“what do you mean by‘length’ and what do you mean by‘string’?” they pass — @txsector
- Big-O Notation
- Ole Begemann: Strings in Swift 4 (explains how family emoji are composed of person emoji + joiners)
- Ligatures in Unicode (Wikipedia)
- Accidentally Quadratic
- Soroush: Safety in Swift
- Spoiler: Soroush’s Word Ladder Solution
Backspacing emoji composed of multiple codepoints in Google Docs:
This week, Chris and Soroush review what inheritance in OOP is good for … and the problems it brings with it. Also: an update on the lights in Soroush’s bathroom.
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