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Author Archives: Graham Lee
The next CocoaHeads Swindon will take place on 4th January, at the Glue Pot in Swindon. Get here at 8 for some NSChitChat with your (well, my) local Mac developer community. There is no February meeting of Swindon CocoaHeads, on … Continue reading
So Fake Steve Jobs has announced Operation Chokehold, a wireless flashmob in which disgruntled AT&T customers are to use data-intensive apps for an hour in protest at the poor service and reduced investment AT&T provide on their network. At time … Continue reading
Originally the title for this post was to be “Why a Morris organisation should adopt social media (and why they probably won’t)”, with what is now the title being reduced to the rank of a subtitle. Then I remembered that … Continue reading
People who’ve seen me play music more than once will probably have noticed more than a slight sense of a pattern – give me a fiddle (or if you’re really unlucky then I’ll bring my own), and I play English … Continue reading
At one time a quiet market town with no greater claim than to break up the journey between Oxford and Bristol, Swindon is now a bustling hub of Mac and iPhone development activity. The coming meeting of CocoaHeads, at the … Continue reading
Needless to say, I’m standing on the shoulders of giants here. Chris Hanson has written a great post on setting up the Core Data “stack” inside unit tests, Bill Bumgarner has written about their experiences unit-testing Core Data itself and … Continue reading