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Years Eve: Vodafone.de 36 %| 09:03 Summary How we work ("bullshit-free" version); We write all new code in Swift but we also carry the baggage of legacy Objective-C code. Ugly 10-year-old Objective-C code. You know what we mean. But we're committed to getting rid of it We reach 400,000 people every day. We support 13 languages. We have more than 2 million vehicles in our database We really care about quality. We have a lot of tests and keep a close eye on our crash logs. . We aim to be data-driven. We A/B test all user-facing features.We're focused on user experience and work closely with UX designers. . We automate ALL THE THINGS. We own our Cl. We use TeamCity, Fastlane, Danger, and all the rest. We love trying new things. Architectural patterns, services, tools, you name it. Promises and Apollo (GraphQL) work great for us. Heck, we even tried Readt Native. Not that great. What We Need From You Passion for development and a strong sense of ownership * Be not afraid to explore or touch things, even in ugly old legacy code Be agile . Think beyond Swift and Objective-C. There will also be some Ruby, shell scripts, and even the occasional Scala Speak English (German is a plus, Bavarian even more, but that's more important for Oktoberfest) *Willing to give and accept help from your colleagues (a.k.a. "collaborative culture") Be smart and don't overengineer every piece of code you push (some overengineering between Christmas and New Year's Eve is fine) The writer knows what’s up
Years Eve: Vodafone.de
 36 %|
 09:03
 Summary
 How we work ("bullshit-free" version);
 We write all new code in Swift but we also carry the
 baggage of legacy Objective-C code. Ugly 10-year-old
 Objective-C code. You know what we mean. But we're
 committed to getting rid of it
 We reach 400,000 people every day. We support 13
 languages. We have more than 2 million vehicles in our
 database
 We really care about quality. We have a lot of tests and
 keep a close eye on our crash logs.
 . We aim to be data-driven. We A/B test all user-facing
 features.We're focused on user experience and work
 closely with UX designers.
 . We automate ALL THE THINGS. We own our Cl. We use
 TeamCity, Fastlane, Danger, and all the rest.
 We love trying new things. Architectural patterns,
 services, tools, you name it. Promises and Apollo
 (GraphQL) work great for us. Heck, we even tried Readt
 Native. Not that great.
 What We Need From You
 Passion for development and a strong sense of
 ownership
 * Be not afraid to explore or touch things, even in ugly old
 legacy code
 Be agile
 . Think beyond Swift and Objective-C. There will also be
 some Ruby, shell scripts, and even the occasional Scala
 Speak English (German is a plus, Bavarian even more,
 but that's more important for Oktoberfest)
 *Willing to give and accept help from your colleagues
 (a.k.a. "collaborative culture")
 Be smart and don't overengineer every piece of code
 you push (some overengineering between Christmas and
 New Year's Eve is fine)
The writer knows what’s up

The writer knows what’s up

Years Eve: PIKACHU 3 HP: SQUIRTLE L12 P: 12/ 33 RED use lovelybug1071: pokemon: It’s New Year’s Eve, Trainers! Who’s resolving to keep catching ‘em all in 2017? @archipelagomon
Years Eve: PIKACHU
 3
 HP:
 SQUIRTLE
 L12
 P:
 12/ 33
 RED use
lovelybug1071:
pokemon:
It’s New Year’s Eve, Trainers! Who’s resolving to keep catching ‘em all in 2017?
@archipelagomon

lovelybug1071: pokemon: It’s New Year’s Eve, Trainers! Who’s resolving to keep catching ‘em all in 2017? @archipelagomon

Years Eve: ooO Sprint 9:06 PM Photo chrishemswortlh We stand with Standinq Rock 井Waters LifeU #No DAPL Mn1 Wicom 29,349 likes chrishemsworth Standing with those who are fighting to protect their sacred land and water. #nodapl #waterislife #mn.wicon. @taikawaititi I would also like to take this opportunity to raise something that has been bothering me for sometime. Last New Year's Eve I was at a "Lone Ranger" themed party where some of us, myself included, wore the traditional dress of First Nations people. I was stupidly unaware of the offence this ooo Sprint 9:04 PM Photo We stand with Standinq Rock ttwateris Lir" # No DAPL. tt MmWicom 29,349 likes chrishemsworth Standing with those who are fighting to protect their sacred land and water. #nodapl #waterislife #mniwicon. @ta.kawaititi I would also like to take this opportunity to raise something that has been bothering me for sometime. Last New Year's Eve I was at a "Lone Ranger" themed party where some of us, myself included, wore the traditional dress of First Nations people. I was stupidly unaware of the offence this may have caused and the sensitivity around this issue. I sincerely and unreservedly apologise to all First Nations people for this thoughtless action. I now appreciate that there is a great need for a deeper understanding of the complex and extensive issues facing indigenous communities. I hope that in highlighting my own ignorance I can help in some small way. View all 244 comments 15 MINUTES AGO natashabarnes: mightythor: chris just called himself out on cultural appropriation 👏 when will your fave ever
Years Eve: ooO Sprint
 9:06 PM
 Photo
 chrishemswortlh
 We stand with
 Standinq Rock
 井Waters LifeU #No DAPL
 Mn1 Wicom
 29,349 likes
 chrishemsworth Standing with those who are fighting to
 protect their sacred land and water. #nodapl #waterislife
 #mn.wicon. @taikawaititi
 I would also like to take this opportunity to raise something
 that has been bothering me for sometime. Last New Year's
 Eve I was at a "Lone Ranger" themed party where some of
 us, myself included, wore the traditional dress of First
 Nations people. I was stupidly unaware of the offence this

 ooo Sprint
 9:04 PM
 Photo
 We stand with
 Standinq Rock
 ttwateris Lir" # No DAPL.
 tt MmWicom
 29,349 likes
 chrishemsworth Standing with those who are fighting to
 protect their sacred land and water. #nodapl #waterislife
 #mniwicon. @ta.kawaititi
 I would also like to take this opportunity to raise something
 that has been bothering me for sometime. Last New Year's
 Eve I was at a "Lone Ranger" themed party where some of
 us, myself included, wore the traditional dress of First
 Nations people. I was stupidly unaware of the offence this
 may have caused and the sensitivity around this issue. I
 sincerely and unreservedly apologise to all First Nations
 people for this thoughtless action. I now appreciate that
 there is a great need for a deeper understanding of the
 complex and extensive issues facing indigenous
 communities. I hope that in highlighting my own ignorance I
 can help in some small way.
 View all 244 comments
 15 MINUTES AGO
natashabarnes:

mightythor:

chris just called himself out on cultural appropriation 👏

when will your fave ever

natashabarnes: mightythor: chris just called himself out on cultural appropriation 👏 when will your fave ever

Years Eve: Interesting Facts About Hallow on Halloween is coming! These days, we either equate Halloween with kids seeking candy or girls using the day as an excuse to dress like prostitutes. But there's a lot more to this mysterious celebration than that. Here are some interesting facts about Halloween that you might not know. HALLOWEEN HAS SEVERAL DIFFERENT The correct spelling of Halloween is actually HALLOWE'EN NAMES: All Hallows Eve, Samhain, All Hallowtide, The Feast of the Dead, HALLOWEEN Haloween, All Saints Eve El Dia de los Muertos CELEBRATIONS DATE BACK 2000 YEARS (Day of the Dead) as traditional pagan traditions. THE TRADITION OF WEARING MASKS on Halloween comes from Welsh and IN AMERICA DURING THE 1800'S, the end Celtic traditions that claim the dead visit the living on October 31st. of the Harvest season was celebrated at the end of October by wearing costumes, eating sweets and playing practical jokes on each other. The masks are intended to keep the spirits of the dead from recognizing the living. The tradition of adding pranks into the Halloween mix In 1964, Helen Pfeil of Greenlawn, NY was started to turn ugly ARRESTED FOR HANDING OUT ARSENIC LACED TREATS in the 1930's and a movement began to substitute practical jokes for kids GOING DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTING CANDY. as a prank on teens she deemed too old for trick or treating. ВОBBING FOR APPLES JACK 0' LANTERNS started with a Roman harvest festival honoring Pamona, the goddess of originated in Ireland as hollowed out turnips with candles placed in them to keep away evil ghosts and spirits on the Samhain holiday. fruit trees. ABOUT 99% OF ALL PUMPKINS sold are used as Jack o' Lanterns for Halloween. ORANGE AND BLACK are traditional Halloween colors: BLACK CATS ORANGE get a bad rap on Halloween because they represents the fall Harvest. were once believed to be witch's subordinates who protected their master's dark powers. BLACK represents the darkness. If you see a SPIDER In England. it's just the opposite. WHITE CATS on Halloween, it is said to be the spirit of a loved one watching over you. are believed to be bad luck Halloween candy sales average about 2 BILLION dollars annually in the United States. Halloween is the second most commercially SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY Christmas is number one. Halloween is also the THIRD BIGGEST PARTY DAY 86% of Americans decorate their homes in celebration of of the year behind Halloween. New Year's Eve and Super Bowl Sunday. In 2009, Halloween costume sales exceeded $6 BILLION Adult oriented costumes account for 62% of those sales. brought to you by: Halloween Express.com K. unexplained-mysteries:Halloween Fun Facts
Years Eve: Interesting
 Facts
 About
 Hallow on
 Halloween is coming! These days, we either equate Halloween with kids
 seeking candy or girls using the day as an excuse to dress like prostitutes.
 But there's a lot more to this mysterious celebration than that. Here are
 some interesting facts about Halloween that you might not know.
 HALLOWEEN
 HAS SEVERAL
 DIFFERENT
 The correct spelling of
 Halloween is actually
 HALLOWE'EN
 NAMES:
 All Hallows Eve,
 Samhain, All Hallowtide,
 The Feast of the Dead,
 HALLOWEEN
 Haloween, All Saints Eve
 El Dia de los Muertos
 CELEBRATIONS
 DATE BACK
 2000 YEARS
 (Day of the Dead)
 as traditional
 pagan traditions.
 THE
 TRADITION
 OF WEARING
 MASKS on Halloween
 comes from Welsh and
 IN AMERICA
 DURING THE
 1800'S, the end
 Celtic traditions that
 claim the dead visit the
 living on October 31st.
 of the Harvest season
 was celebrated at the
 end of October by
 wearing costumes,
 eating sweets and
 playing practical jokes
 on each other.
 The masks are intended
 to keep the spirits of the
 dead from recognizing
 the living.

 The tradition of
 adding pranks into
 the Halloween mix
 In 1964, Helen Pfeil
 of Greenlawn, NY was
 started to turn ugly
 ARRESTED
 FOR HANDING
 OUT ARSENIC
 LACED TREATS
 in the 1930's and a
 movement began to
 substitute practical
 jokes for kids
 GOING DOOR
 TO DOOR
 COLLECTING
 CANDY.
 as a prank on teens she
 deemed too old for trick
 or treating.
 ВОBBING
 FOR APPLES
 JACK 0'
 LANTERNS
 started with a Roman
 harvest festival honoring
 Pamona, the goddess of
 originated in Ireland
 as hollowed out turnips
 with candles placed in
 them to keep away evil
 ghosts and spirits on
 the Samhain holiday.
 fruit trees.
 ABOUT 99% OF
 ALL PUMPKINS
 sold are used as Jack o'
 Lanterns for Halloween.
 ORANGE
 AND BLACK
 are traditional
 Halloween colors:
 BLACK CATS
 ORANGE
 get a bad rap on
 Halloween because they
 represents the
 fall Harvest.
 were once believed to be
 witch's subordinates who
 protected their master's
 dark powers.
 BLACK
 represents
 the darkness.

 If you see a
 SPIDER
 In England.
 it's just the opposite.
 WHITE CATS
 on Halloween,
 it is said to be the
 spirit of a loved one
 watching over you.
 are believed to be
 bad luck
 Halloween candy
 sales average about
 2 BILLION
 dollars annually in
 the United States.
 Halloween is the second
 most commercially
 SUCCESSFUL
 HOLIDAY
 Christmas is
 number one.
 Halloween
 is also the
 THIRD
 BIGGEST
 PARTY DAY
 86% of Americans
 decorate their homes
 in celebration of
 of the year behind
 Halloween.
 New Year's Eve and
 Super Bowl Sunday.
 In 2009, Halloween
 costume sales exceeded
 $6 BILLION
 Adult oriented costumes
 account for 62% of those sales.
 brought to you by: Halloween Express.com
 K.
unexplained-mysteries:Halloween Fun Facts

unexplained-mysteries:Halloween Fun Facts

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