El Capitan arrived and I couldn’t be more eager to install it on my machine; as soon as I read on Twitter that it was available I jump to the
AppStore and started the download process which seemed like a bad idea at the time:
Is it safe to say that I’ve been «scolded» twice this week due to my technical questions.
Now… I was not scolded as the word implies but the context was that; and I did deserve it if I’m honest.
This morning I woke up to a not so great ✉ from a
PR I submitted the day before; it read something like this:
I can build in the simulator perfectly fine but trying to get a build onto a device this morning was not happening at all
And with that I started my day trying to figure out what was going on.
Lately I’ve come across multiple tweets and talks about people avoiding jumping over the dreaded
1.0.0 of their
frameworks, tools, etc.
Sadly that’s the current state of «our world» as developers.
Is a «well known» fact that I’m trying to get to 12% body fat; last year I was really close at 14% but then I ricocheted back to 17% and my mental state took a toll and was not able to get back on track. I’ve been going up & down on my body fat since then.
Last December I hit horrible numbers because I pretty much gave up on exercising 💪 and dieting 🌿 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯