This is quite a small post and probably not worth writing it but I know that this will come in handy in the future and will totally forget about it.
The other day I was trying to figure out an Autolayout crash on the app I was working on and trying to make head of tails from the console log with stuff like this:
Last year I made a list of resolutions and also blogged about it; overall it was a great year; completed almost all my resolutions and had the chance to grow A LOT professionally (or so I think).
A small round down of my previous year:
- Got turned down by Slack: Basically applied to Slack and everything went OK but I suck at interviews; I think I don’t know how to sell myself properly and was turned down.
No hard feelings though, they felt I wasn’t a good fit for the team and they got to do what’s best for the team.
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.