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Researchers & app developers, are you trying to synchronize your CareKit app data to the cloud? My team, #NetReconLab at the @universityofky has released a set of open-source tools to help #WWDC #Swift #CareKit #Cloud #synchronization #Postgres #mongodb…
Apple engineers discussed all of the new synchronization features they added today within CareKit (19 minutes - end of the video). I was fortunate enough to make some contributions to this effort on CareKits official GitHub Page (I'm " cbaker6" 🙃)…
The CareKitSample-ParseCareKit which shows off all of the tools at once. It combines the data sync tool (ParseCareKit) that syncs the data from your device to parse-hipaa. The sample app will have you synching data to your server in 3 minutes!…
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Amidst all the details, installing pre-release, and commentary (including my own) I want to take a moment to reflect on #WWDC putting it in context of the past two decades. Quite simply, what we're seeing is some of the most remarkable product engineering over time in history. 1/ Wikipedia list of apple OS releases from 1984. Almost exactl
2/ It is easy to get wrapped up in debates about specifics, excited by tweaks or surprises, even an occasional scandal, or to wonder about the quality (is this is a good beta?). Under the hood, is a team that over time has done more and executed better than any I can name, ever.
3/ Having walked in similar shoes for many years, and importantly starting from when Mac was a hammer smashing through a screen, through the lowest lows (fine, we'll keep doing Office), resurrection, and reinvention, it's wild for me to consider what makes it so amazing to me.
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#WWDC kicking off! The Timothy C opening the conference at Apple Park
First, Tim Cook addresses racism and talks about the events happening in Black and brown communities and how Apple is "inspired and moved by passionate people around the world" #WWDC
Tim talks about Apple's two initiatives: $100M Racial Equity and Justice Initiative as well as the new developer entrepreneur camp for Black developers, a first for #WWDC
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Okay, let's get this started.

I'm live tweeting my thoughts and some analysis as I read Bolton's "The Room Where It Happened". I'm using a PDF version that I got for free, so I'll provide annotations and highlights.

My first thought while reading this is just utter amazement at how highly Bolton regards himself:
For someone whose livelihood depends on the Resistance buying his book, Bolton isn't holding back words. I've felt insulted at least 5 times and I'm only a couple pages in.
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