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Freelance iOS consultant, trainer and teacher. Author of Step by Step iOS Development: http://t.co/8VvkGrujiL

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If you are working in a Swift-ObjC project, you can add new functionality to existing classes by coding it in Swift extensions.
2/27
2015
The Internet has opened the doors to millions of brilliant writers. For example, https://t.co/BUiIIjIBhe
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@dcedrych never heard if anything like that.You can spend all your life hustling, but in the end, you only have one life. Work can wait, life doesn't. Make the best of it.
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2/20
2015
@dcedrych @ashfurrow from my experience they stop at the first.Too funny. Silicon Valley Hierarchy of Needs. http://t.co/MsyuhKpJdq
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2/19
2015
this fuckin guy http://t.co/b743dMRpyt
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2/16
2015
4 - This is called the Bike Shed effect: http://t.co/W3OXLR9IYa
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2/15
2015
Top article on HN, with 623 points ATM: guy complaining about Chrome going back to Firefox. They really upvote what matters.
2/13
2015
"What pay gap? Young women in New York earn more than male peers: study": http://t.co/uNrliBp2wM
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2/12
2015
That familiar feeling when you go over your old code and you think "WTF was I thinking when I wrote this?"New great stuff for Swift and Objective-C in Xcode 6.3: https://t.co/EWRPwWQQ4O (more in the release notes). What happened to 6.2 though?
2/10
2015
The new EU VAT rules are the most idiotic I have ever seen. Even if you try to comply, it's impossible: http://t.co/lIu4PtzyP8
2/8
2015
@dcedrych But my guesses are not reliable either.@dcedrych Yes. As it says, accuracy depends on the data. With the numbers on the Apple's page I would expect more than 8 days at the moment.@dcedrych Nope, this one, left side: https://t.co/MJJGOIFKct Those percentages are usually around 90%. It seems to be slower at the moment.Research on children raised without religion finds them unusually empathic, independent, tolerant, and moral: http://t.co/76ajvPyLJZ
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@dcedrych One week average. Apple has a page with the current wait time.
2/7
2015
Blog post about me turning down thousands of dollars: http://t.co/RRAdEXOJOR
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniGreat overview — The Concepts at the Foundation of any iOS App | Matteo Manferdini http://t.co/JJKZAjpK58 via @MatManferdini
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2/6
2015
the temptation is always to spend the most time on the people who will never benefit from it because they're loud & whiny. fts.
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniThis post on Swift optionals I wrote is so good that I keep referring to it whenever I have a doubt: http://t.co/58YuUSf40R
1/29
2015
"I'm all for gender freedom! BE FREE, DAMMIT! DO WHAT I TELL YOU! WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO ME?!" http://t.co/eW0VpL2gYm
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1/28
2015
amateurs work hard on something because they love it, the wise come to love something because they work hard on it
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1/26
2015
'Anyone Depressed About The World Needs To Look At These Charts' 25 charts from my project at http://t.co/mPyFHBxcjy http://t.co/t1U9cVbs2M
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1/24
2015
Got a discount from Booking for hotels in my girlfriend's city. I wonder where they got that info. Probably from the airline, Fly Pegasus.The flaw: treating customers like pests to "deal with" -- terribly poor psychology that will curb your growth. Reframe: LOVE your customers
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1/23
2015
If you want to learn iOS development but don't know where to start, I explain of what you need to know here: http://t.co/0axbPFRe7m
1/21
2015
professional people do a professional job, whether or not they're "passionate." passion is a crutch for ppl who otherwise do shit work.
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniIn general, be wary of people who want to collaborate--they are often trying to find someone who will do the heavy lifting for them.
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniThe Concepts at the Foundation of any iOS App: http://t.co/qKZYTXh7lW
1/20
2015
Stereotypes frequently exist for a reason. (Also, good illustration why you should read a wide range of papers.) http://t.co/SZuno1W9Nh
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1/19
2015
@ratkins With all those links you are assured people will sooner or later click on one and probably won't come back to read the rest.You might think you are helping your reader by giving him more info, but he probably does not want it. Also, you are showing him the door.This is what I meant in my previous tweet: http://t.co/SWhQkPKsdi (Not really an interesting article, but it shows the concept well)@dcedrych I mean something like this: http://t.co/RrtRCghJeq@ratkins That's not what I'm talking about. I mean articles like these one, with more than one link per paragraph: http://t.co/RrtRCghJeqWhy do people fill their blog posts with so many links to other sites? I find it hard to read and it's an invitation to leave your site.@dcedrych yes, I usually work with designers.
1/17
2015
The 5 Stages of Debugging via @get_cookie http://t.co/WmkJXVgtnA
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@dcedrych I don’t know much about that, sorry.
1/16
2015
@dcedrych Oh, yes, don't get me started on this. I had some code today that complied fine and didn't anymore when copied in another function@dcedrych Actually it was just assigning a closure to a variable. I haven't the exact code anymore, since I'm trying to appease the compilerThe wonderful errors of the Swift compiler. http://t.co/hzhkZ8tR0vGo home Xcode, you're–you know what? That's too easy. We need to talk Xcode. You have a problem. You need help. http://t.co/qnBgOYRQ6i
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1/15
2015
Remember #Muslims hate terrorism. They're between 82% - 97% of all its victims globally. FACT. See http://t.co/Pj2U6fdQRE #CharlieHebdo
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1/14
2015
@tommyjarnac Well, I still need to get there :pIt's great I can use a library somebody else wrote. But it uses a singleton and the callbacks are through NSNotifications, so I cringe a bit"if you want to change the world, start off by making your bed" -> a Navy SEAL core truth http://t.co/KhJSJPd5qX
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1/13
2015
@brennandunn 2015 ;)Nobody claims the KKK representative of christians, but why do people do that to muslims. http://t.co/qwBkwWwTVn
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1/12
2015
@sla_shalafi my superpower is to get extremely annoyed by crap. That's how I do it.@sla_shalafi Like, Smartfox?Back to work after vacation and already fighting with that piece of crap that is Xcode. Nice start of the year. Thanks, Apple.
1/9
2015
@amyhoy What about “Business, actually”?@amyhoy “I have been in business so long and still do not understand how to target different audiences”
1/8
2015
people earning $24k but who take regular vacations have higher well-being than $120k workaholics - http://t.co/2oeIC3nec4
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@matmanferdini has a great post on optionals we just added to the #swiftlang tutorial on @gothinkster http://t.co/npInMa5hED
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1/7
2014
"Don't build a better product, build better users." - Kathy Sierra (omg you are gonna fucking love her new book)
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12/31
2014
@marcoarment my non-techy wife has been an apple zealot for years. Asked me about switching to android 2 weeks ago. The damage is very real
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniI hope Apple realizes how deeply their reputation has been damaged, in an alarmingly short time, by their rapid decline in software quality.
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdiniman, cats are so dumb, look at it chase that laser pointer oh hey a new JS build tool
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini"Startup life wrecked my body" by @ericbahn: http://t.co/7IV3VDnnSh
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12/30
2014
"Thankfully, persistence is a great substitute for talent." -- Steve Martin
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12/24
2014
Definitely one for the bookmarks is @MatManferdini's complete guide to understanding Swift optionals: http://t.co/mY8Jbsh4ew
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12/23
2014
@dcedrych thanks!
12/20
2014
With such idiots trying to defend our planet, I wonder where we will end: http://t.co/XPBMijaxId
12/18
2014
@falconcreek I'll have a look, thanks!My girlfriend is looking for a job in Amsterdam. She worked 5 years in customer support and knowledge management for a big internet company.@pauldarcey @sla_shalafi This guy makes 1000$ per hour teaching math: http://t.co/suUoR1BbSz We can solve virtually any problem and still…@pauldarcey @sla_shalafi I think the article is right. The app store is full as the web is full. Still a lot of potential to make money.
12/17
2014
@sla_shalafi BTW I’m not speaking about games. Those are an exception I don’t really know much about.@sla_shalafi investigating it at the moment for non mobile and works amazingly. I plan to test it in mobile in the future.@sla_shalafi I learned that the best channel for online business is email. Never saw anybody using it in mobile. Maybe the key is there.@sla_shalafi that was my point. Development is definitely a skill completely unrelated to business. Useful, but you need to know how.@sla_shalafi or we might be making it complicated ourselves.@sla_shalafi and many are run by people with a fraction of the skills and the resources we devs have. Still, they kick our ass at business.@sla_shalafi we self inflicted our pain targeting cheap consumers with low price apps. If you look at web businesses, nobody does that.@sla_shalafi We the indies. The web is full of people starting alone and without money making plenty.@sla_shalafi The web is mature and far from saturated. We just never learned how to run proper mobile businesses.#Spain becomes the first country in the #EU that prohibits citizens from recording or taking pictures of the police http://t.co/EGRHiZqIr3
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniIt’s ironic that with their quest to screw multinationals EU assraped a large proportion of its local small businesses. #EUVAT #VATMOSS
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniEU said they will focus on digital entrepreneurship. Does killing it, count? http://t.co/Sg7tMwKF6f #EUVAT #VATMOSS @Ansip_EU
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@ramit generally yes, but only if the person somehow shows they deserve it.
12/16
2014
One of the best things my parents taught me: Compare yourself to the best and study them. Demand higher standards for yourself.
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12/12
2014
Insane story of how the CEO of UnderArmour built his multibillion co. from scratch (that's billion with a "B") —> http://t.co/AS7Duld31W
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniThere is a reason most financial "experts" don't write about earning more: They don't know how.
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12/11
2014
@sla_shalafi What, you moved to another country and already forgot it? Consistency is overrated.. http://t.co/zmKuaiUES2
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12/10
2014
I'm posting these to show how unconscious beliefs - "Invisible Scripts" - guide our behavior w/o us even knowing it: http://t.co/A1pYJlKE3b
Retweeted by Matteo ManferdiniWestern invisible script #4359: "You should marry for love" (especially amusing since it's so historically recent)
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdinithe way you get very good is to learn from the best, even 5% of the best is way better than 50% of somebody who isn't very good at all
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@amyhoy 30x500 is a lot of work to create. Everybody wants to make money from an ebook made in a day.
12/9
2014
the best resource I’ve seen on #Swift Optionals yet. great job @MatManferdini! http://t.co/jkwfJKsrrp #Swiftlang #iOS
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@daretorant Thanks!If you have problems wrapping your mind around Swift optionals, I wrote this guide about them: http://t.co/58YuUSf40R
12/8
2014
Ballsiest article I've read in a long time: "Failure porn: too much celebration of failure and too little fear" http://t.co/E4QmkloBLc
Retweeted by Matteo Manferdini@var_tec True.
12/7
2014
@nevanking Scientists are paid for that, so it's definitely a wanted activity. Useless solutions are those nobody will ever pay for.
12/6
2014
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