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March 31st, 2021

@isaiah @__tambourineMan It’s not as smooth as I’d like, but in theory this should be good for quickly restoring te… https://t.co/1dLp1nzHfy

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@isaiah @__tambourineMan Duplicating a test folder on the same drive is fast. I do that when testing. Rolling back… https://t.co/jPNu7Gntvt

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@__tambourineMan @isaiah Snapshots are really great, just wish they were made automatically again and better exposed to the user and apps.

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@KenHatesSoftwar I think Core Data is pretty good, except for the documentation. Not sure why it gets so much hate.

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@isaiah Agreed, I just wouldn’t blame sparse files for that.

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@NSExceptional Agreed, I would like to use Alexa from my phone, but rarely do because it you have to be in the app.

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Subscribing to Updated Blog Posts: https://t.co/lw1sYKA8F3 #mjtsaiblog

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How to Set Up Core Data and CloudKit: https://t.co/UMpmxG93in #mjtsaiblog

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Making NSFetchRequest.fetchBatchSize Work With Swift: https://t.co/9NS6IIqFS2 #mjtsaiblog

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Replacing vs. Migrating Core Data Stores: https://t.co/FayOUSmYuF #mjtsaiblog

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@isaiah Not being able to make a bootable backup is definitely a problem, but isn’t that due to lower level M1 stuf… https://t.co/kQLEPRk9JO

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