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The statement is illogical. Voting for [3rd Party Candidate] directly helps [3rd Party Candidate]. (period); Underlying this notion is the assumption that a 3rd Party Candidate could never win. Not only is this untrue historically (Abraham Lincoln being the prime example of running as a 3rd ...
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Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!

http://bit.ly/swift-core-data-playground
Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!
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Learn why force unwrapping Swift optionals might be a "code smell" to avoid:

http://bit.ly/forceunwrapcodesmell
Do you find your Swift code riddled with "!"? Learn why this is a "code smell" to be avoided, and let Swift's optionals feature work for you.
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Learn why force unwrapping Swift optionals might be a "code smell" to avoid:

http://bit.ly/forceunwrapcodesmell
Do you find your Swift code riddled with "!"? Learn why this is a "code smell" to be avoided, and let Swift's optionals feature work for you.
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New post analyzing the "better-ness" of Protocol Oriented Swift over Object Oriented Swift:

http://bit.ly/swift-protocol-v-objectoriented
I respond with thoughts to an "Explain Like I'm Five" Reddit post on the topic of Protocol Oriented programming in Swift.
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Dr. Grudem is well-known in the Christian community. He is a respected theologian. I've personally read some of his Systematic Theology text and have deeply appreciated his wisdom. So when he comes out and says... “As a professor who has taught Christian ethics for 39 years.
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Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!

http://bit.ly/swift-core-data-playground
Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!
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Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!

http://bit.ly/swift-core-data-playground
Did you know that you can tinker with Core Data inside of Swift playgrounds in Xcode? You can! Learn to use your existing data model inside a playground!
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Learn why force unwrapping Swift optionals might be a "code smell" to avoid:

http://bit.ly/forceunwrapcodesmell
Do you find your Swift code riddled with "!"? Learn why this is a "code smell" to be avoided, and let Swift's optionals feature work for you.
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Learn why force unwrapping Swift optionals might be a "code smell" to avoid:

http://bit.ly/forceunwrapcodesmell
Do you find your Swift code riddled with "!"? Learn why this is a "code smell" to be avoided, and let Swift's optionals feature work for you.
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New post analyzing the "better-ness" of Protocol Oriented Swift over Object Oriented Swift:

http://bit.ly/swift-protocol-v-objectoriented
I respond with thoughts to an "Explain Like I'm Five" Reddit post on the topic of Protocol Oriented programming in Swift.
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I'm a Christian, a husband/dad, and I'm a big time geek. I love Jesus, I love my family, and I love building software.
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Hey – I’m Andrew Bancroft.

I’m a born learner, passionate about discovery and about sharing new insights that come my way.  I am a Christian, a husband, a dad, and of course, I’m a big time geek.  I love Jesus, I love my family, and I love building software solutions that make a difference.

My day-to-day work involves programming ASP.Net web applications and iOS applications for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation in Ardmore, OK, but this profile, its content and opinions are my own.

If I can help you, please contact me!  Connect with me on Twitter, or GitHub.

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