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mzarra
    Easily the most important thing out of that crash… I did not wreck my helmet! five for five on not ruining a helmet :)
    mzarra
      I was back on the track an hour later on a different bike. Total damage to me? one bruise on the hip.
      mzarra
        Fun little adventure yesterday morning. https://vimeo.com/92044003 Now to start the rebuild process. Three weeks until the next round…
        mzarra
          @kevinhoctor Honestly, they have a lot of paperwork to complete but once you do I have not had any problems with them in years. Perhaps there is some documentation they require that you are missing?
          mzarra
            Use Core Data to populate Core Data SQLite files. http://stackoverflow.com/a/23017090/10673
            mzarra
              More discussions on CD performance during background saves. http://stackoverflow.com/a/22950526/10673
              mzarra
                Multi-threaded Core Data is not a direct performance improvement. It is a UX improvement. http://stackoverflow.com/a/22950526/10673
                mzarra
                  Seeing an odd non-error exception begin thrown inside of Core Data? File a radar; please! http://stackoverflow.com/a/22949473/10673
                  mzarra
                    @archimage gets processing off the main thread in a very declarative fashion, the merge back is very fast and reduces the pain of multi-threaded coding which most people struggle with.
                    mzarra
                      Multi-level contexts, saving and ordering of events. http://stackoverflow.com/a/22942402/10673
                      mzarra
                        Round One, AFM Race Report. http://goo.gl/vRxFNx Please repost this and go to the page. The traffic will help me immensely. Thank you.
                        mzarra
                          When I can’t close your overlay to look at your website I am not going to sign up. Ever. photos.app.net/27204392/1
                          mzarra
                            Adding async saving to existing Core Data application: http://stackoverflow.com/a/22539293/10673 Not a lot of steps are *required*.
                            mzarra
                              One more time :) SQLite Journaling is turned on. This may confuse you if you look at the SQLite file on disk. http://stackoverflow.com/a/22538924/10673
                              mzarra
                                Complex migrations that exceed lightweight migration should use an export/import pattern instead of heavy migration. http://stackoverflow.com/a/22390765/10673
                                mzarra
                                  Further discussion on why to avoid Core Data validation on iOS. http://stackoverflow.com/a/21168385/10673
                                  mzarra
                                    I am surprised I have not answered this one before on SO. Pre-populated Core Data SQLite file. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22355766/downloading-a-core-data-sqlite-database-into-an-app/22356571#22356571