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Monthly Archives: December 2008
It becomes evident, thanks to the mass centralisation of the neverending september effect that is stackoverflow, that despite the large number of electrons expended on documenting the retain/release/autorelease reference counting mechanism for managing memory in Cocoa, Cocoa Touch, UIKit, AppKit, … Continue reading
On the same day that fark announce the wikipedia irony, I would like to point out a similar situation I saw just today. This is from the Susie Dent entry discussion page: IMDb relies on the contributions of the public, … Continue reading
Today’s investigative investigations have taken me to the land of Distributed Objects, that somewhat famous implementation of the Proxy pattern used for intra-process, inter-process and inter-machine communication in Cocoa. Well, by people who measure whether it’s a performance hog, rather … Continue reading
One of the higher-signal-level Apple mailing lists with a manageable amount of traffic is apple-cdsa, the place for discussing the world’s most popular Common Data Security Architecture deployment. There’s currently an interesting thread about code signatures, which asks the important … Continue reading
The Mac Developer network currently have a Special Offer running until christmas eve, get a free copy of Changes and Code Collector Pro with your ticket. Both are useful apps for any developer’s arsenal.