Clearly my reputation as a referee precedes me, 2 appointments on Saturday have cancelled on me so far 😬🤭
Just had the opportunity to thank our opponents parents for their pitchside behaviour and positivity in today’s @DmpMinis games. Too often we talk of increasing negative incidents and behaviour, so credit where it’s due 🏉 #respect— Andy Flisher (@andyflisher) February 18, 2018
When you hear the players call ‘oh shit’ and the ref walks away with a grimace you know the player is hurt - fingers crossed 😕#wasps— Andy Flisher (@andyflisher) February 18, 2018
Just read a blog article on why arming teachers is a bad idea. Ashamed to live in a world where that article is even needed 😯— Andy Flisher (@andyflisher) February 18, 2018
Read the diverse replies to this tweet, such opposing views are never going to meet in the middle ☹️ https://t.co/2mc6yLD5hh— Andy Flisher (@andyflisher) February 17, 2018
Movie Night, predicting tears - Little Boy (2015) https://t.co/i8VLswRVs5— Andy Flisher (@andyflisher) February 17, 2018
Feel my pain, we have an Apple TV in the office which runs a dashboard app that we knocked up, however the physical device is in the roof space, behind the TV, and about 10m of cable run from my Mac, the motivators to 'do a quick update' are low.
One thing most developers consistently do during app development is deploy to a testing device. One main drawback during this process is the struggle to find a cable, connect it to a computer, plug it into a device, and then finally deploy the app.Looking forward to trying this, see how it works in reality, ask again later! Full Article At: Lose the Cables: Make Deploying to an iOS or tvOS Device Easier | Xamarin Blog