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Monthly Archives: October 2010
This is supposed to be the week in which Apple killed Java and Flash on the Mac, but it isn’t. In fact, looking at recent history, Flash could be about to enter its healthiest period on the platform, but the … Continue reading
I’m interested to find out what us Cocoa developers (alright, I know my opinion already) think of the following distinction between Foundation and, well any other object-oriented foundation library. The distinction is this. In many libraries, compound objects (not only … Continue reading
Some specific feedback I was given regarding my unit testing talk at VTM: iPhone fall conference was that the talk was short on real-world application of unit testing. That statement is definitely true, and it’s unfortunate that I didn’t meet … Continue reading
As mentioned over two months ago, I’ll be giving two talks this weekend at the Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Fall conference. I’m feeling good about both of the talks that I’ve worked on, though I definitely think the Unit … Continue reading