👋 Hey, I’m Matt.
👅 I help run a software studio called @lickability, where we try to make good iOS apps for customers and clients.
🙌 I’m a white, bisexual, cis guy and I’m aware of the privileges those identities afford me. I’m looking for ways to distribute those advantages by holding up others.
❓Doing an AMA on Instagram while I wait for my delayed flight to take off. Come hang out and ask questions: https://instagram.com/stories/mattb
I’m glad @email@example.com is out here asking the tough questions. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jack-dorsey-twitter-interview_us_5c3e2601e4b01c93e00e2a00
Of course there’s also a relevant xkcd for this post: https://xkcd.com/1425/
If you’ve worked on a team making software, you’ve almost certainly heard the thought-terminating cliché, “That’s impossible” hastily uttered by a programmer. But why do we jump to that?
That’s the topic of my new post: http://matthewbischoff.com/impossible-ideas/
Blogged about the tools I use to stay on top of pull requests. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your code review queue, check these out: https://blog.lickability.com/3-tools-to-stay-on-top-of-pull-requests-f7da3bd9a53
Somehow ended up more dressed up, but simultaneously more disheveled later in the night. https://t.co/JXgKJNHWJt
I guess it’s not just me that’s thinking about the parts of email culture that still suck, because today @TaylorLorenz@twitter.com wrote about quitting email altogether. https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/01/case-inbox-infinity/579673/
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