when I first ran D&D, my grandmother, who had bought fully into the IT'S SATANISM hype, insisted on sitting and watching the first session

about an hour in, she threw her hands up and yelled 'THIS IS JUST MATH' and stormed off

Here’s a helpful flow chart for deciding whether to notify your entire company

"He took a potion, though."
"Oh, so he's a Pokémon trainer!"

Bard/Blood Hunter: "I need you to use protection, the battlefield is no place for a pregnant woman."
Paladin: "Did someone say protection?"

📝 A few years ago we wrote down our company’s values. Today, we explain why you should too. Read the new blog post here:


I’ve rolled three natural 1s in this encounter. After the most recent one, I jokingly rage quit from the Discord call. Apparently, I rolled another natural 1 for that.

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“And now it’s Uller’s turn.”
“Oh, right I’m playing Uller!”

For example, if I have an app that shows blog posts, and I want to look at a list of all blog posts, I should only fetch the things I need (title, date posted, number of comments, for example) as a dictionary result type, and never as an array of Post managed objects.

The more I work with Core Data, the more I think I should never be just fetching objects directly; that, instead, I want to be fetching only the data I need and only in the structure I need.

Big things are happening in the new office! 👀

I've seen the UPS truck on my street so many times on the "Follow My Delivery" page, and yet I don't have a new Apple Watch on my wrist yet.

Watched the documentary of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. I know we rag on some of the visual effects in that film, and I know that the film was released in 1999, but seeing Macs running Mac OS 8 or 9 kinda makes it sink in and gives me a new appreciation of those visual effects.

“Mammoth, get out of his butt. Wait, I got this. Oh, no. Well, I guess you’re stuck in there now!”

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