I can’t imagine a worse job than working on self-driving AI algorithms. If you do the very best, you’re simply fulfilling the expected prophesy of technology. If you make the slightest mistake, you’ve killed people.
I’ve been cat-and-house-sitting in presence of a Google Home since yesterday and, damn, do you quickly get used to the convenience.
Yes, you can manage it for yourself with a UITableView, but that’s a bunch of glitch-prone code (handling first load, reloads, infinite scrolling) that would be much better handled by the API.
I can’t wait for the Mac to get Face ID so the OS can send keystrokes to whichever window I’m looking at. (Of course they’re never gonna bother to implement that because that wouldn’t apply to iOS.)
I’ve probably guessed what this method does but geez this API has been out for a year
I’m back home and I miss telling Google to turn off the lights at night.
That would be a terrible reason to invite Google’s ears into my bedroom.
On the other hand I have no conversations in here to be overheard.
So for the next two months, Obscura can be downloaded for free via the Apple Store App