@jaylyerly Più grande all'interno
@jaylyerly Più grande all'interno
@jnjosh I know on the surface it's not a big deal—especially considering some of the true horrible things HOAs have done out there—but after 3 years of our home being our safe place from everything out there it's been kind of a last straw feeling with just everything. I kind of just want to sell everything and live in my van.
@soffes ugh, that’s so disappointing. We just had our own bad HOA experience. It’s so frustrating and maddening.
@supremus @pratik we are all neighbors… galactically speaking 🙃
@jaylyerly I once had an instacart order meet me at the top of my cul-de-sac because I ordered just before my neighbor had a gas leak and the fire department blocked the road 😀
@maique The funny thing is my neighbor wanted this because his yard was too shaded. Mine is not shaded enough. So they made my yard worse and his is still too shaded.
@trekkie haha—I kind of just want the HOA to admit they messed up at this point. Can't fix the trees. 😞
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@supremus Ugh… it'll be hard but my criteria for my next house is "no HOA" 🙃
@fgtech Yeah, I already wrote them a letter asking for more clarity and for more discussion in the future—I expressed my frustration with the situation and the lack of explanation about the plan. I hope this is a one-time issue. So many HOA stories are much more devastating and I don't want us to be on that path! :/
@fgtech It's a good point. I've been here 20 years and it's been mostly an unobtrusive HOA—but I may need to get involved if this is the future. We are on a cul-de-sac with now back yard neighbors, just trees. Trees that don't really drop leaves either. So I really don't know where this came from.
@pratik I know. The thing making me the most frustrated is… it's the backyard. The stupid conformity is supposed to be for the front yard, not the back yard which can't be seen from the street.
@KevinHoctor Not sure I was an early adopter (2009) but still enjoyed getting to know Core Data and using it. Definitely lost its luster. SwiftData has me more excited than most of the other announcements to hack on a small app idea I've been avoiding.
@zachwaugh yeah, I’m still seeing ObjC from time to time in legacy stuff but that’s irrelevant in the future. I also like that “Swift Developer” makes you sound quick! 😂
@zachwaugh Swift Developer is a bit limiting when you may work on some legacy ObjC stuff from time to time. I’ve started saying “Apple Developer” to be inclusive of that legacy but maybe that’s not necessary?
@collin Equally excited! Yeah there is a
VersionedSchema concept. They discuss it briefly in this video: https://developer.apple.com/wwdc23/10195
@KevinHoctor @JudyHoctor Great review! I'm also using it for Italian (among other things like reading and Italian netflix/youtube) and agree with most of your thoughts. I've had a lot of improvement with vocab using it. Just can't wait until Duolingo can teach me to roll my Rs! 🤣
@aaronbushnell I didn't see anything new this year that provided an emoji picker. Assuming iOS, If you want to avoid third party and… not too hacky… you could always wrap a custom
UITextField in a
UIViewRepresentable that chooses the emoji picker via
textInputMode. The problem there is the user can still change keyboards, so not super ideal.
@jaylyerly sorry only mango flavor is left 😂
@designatednerd that O tricks me too, like today I meant to say “come stai” but my rogue Spanish brain cell was jumping in there with “como stai”
@BasicAppleGuy I LOLd so much I startled my cat when this happened.
@patrickfulton It's not quite that bad down here in NC but my eyes are just constantly irritated. I look like I'm crying while working.
@danielpunkass This is great, thanks for sharing!