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Fatal Error is a weekly show hosted by software developers Soroush Khanlou and Chris Dzombak. We discuss topics at the cutting edge of iOS software architecture, Swift, and best practices.

Fatal Error Soroush Khanlou & Chris Dzombak

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Fatal Error is a weekly show hosted by software developers Soroush Khanlou and Chris Dzombak. We discuss topics at the cutting edge of iOS software architecture, Swift, and best practices.

    Teaser: 70. The Finale

    Teaser: 70. The Finale

    In the final episode of Fatal Error, Chris and Soroush go through some follow-up, then recap the news from WWDC.

    • 1 min
    69. (null)

    69. (null)

    This week, Chris and Soroush talk about null, the billion dollar mistake. They talk about its past, its present and maybe even its future. Nice!

    • 36 min
    Teaser: 68. Negotiating

    Teaser: 68. Negotiating

    This week, Chris and Soroush talk about something engineers are stereotypically bad at: negotiating.

    • 1 min
    67. The Whatever Planet From The Sun

    67. The Whatever Planet From The Sun

    Soroush and Chris share some sad news, talk about Soroush's first official Swift Evolution proposal, and a post about giving presentations by Dave DeLong.

    • 30 min
    Teaser: 66. Sequence and Collection and Iterator, Oh My

    Teaser: 66. Sequence and Collection and Iterator, Oh My

    Soroush and Chris talk about Sequences, Collections, and Swift Evolution drama.

    • 1 min
    65. Times That Do Not Exist

    65. Times That Do Not Exist

    Your Calendrical Fallacy Is...iOS 11.2.6 DateFormatter.date returns nil for cities that observe Brasília Summer TimePub quiz question,"How many time zones are there"I was still explaining to my fellow pub attendees about the complexities of time zones by the time the answer came aroundWhere is the extra 75 seconds coming from?I think a great interview question is“how do you compute the length of a string?” If the candidate responds by asking“what do you mean by‘length’ and what do you mean by‘string’?” they pass —  @txsectorBig-O NotationOle Begemann: Strings in Swift 4 (explains how family emoji are composed of person emoji + joiners)Ligatures in Unicode (Wikipedia)Accidentally QuadraticSoroush: Safety in SwiftSpoiler: Soroush’s Word Ladder SolutionBackspacing emoji composed of multiple codepoints in Google Docs:

    • 43 min

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