Monthly Archives: July 2011

On the new Lion security things

This post will take a high-level view of some of Lion’s new security features, and examine how they fit (or don’t) in the general UNIX security model and with that of other platforms. App sandboxing The really big news for … Continue reading

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TDD/unit testing video training for iOS developers

I recently recorded a series of videos on unit testing and test-driven development for iOS developers with Scotty of The videos and associated source code is now available for purchase and download.

Posted in code-level, iDeveloper.TV, iPad, iPhone, software-engineering, Talk, TDD, tool-support | Comments Off on TDD/unit testing video training for iOS developers

Making computing exciting

Over the last couple of years, I have visited three different museums of computing. NSBBQ in 2009 and 2010 visited the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park and the Museum of Computing in Swindon respectively. At this year’s WWDC … Continue reading

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