Kyle Baxter on why he made Basil:
Simple: I love to cook, but couldn’t find the app I wanted, so I built it.
Made my way through the Kochan book after the second attempt. A lot more made sense this time around, especially for the first two thirds of the book. I figured that anything that was unclear I can hopefully pick up in the iOS specific programming texts.
I had previously started on the Big Nerd Ranch iOS 4 programming text. Before heading back to it I have preordered the new edition which has been updated for iOS 5. While I wait for it to be published and delivered, I’m trying out Beginning iOS 5 Development by Apress. Why start on a different text? Quite unsurprisingly, I’ve found that repetition is helping. The more I go over the development process, the more it’ll sink in. That’s the plan anyway!
I’d like to fill in the picture I began in my recent post on Android fragmentation by examining the changes in version distribution of the other major mobile operating system: iOS.
Unfortunately, this was no quite as easy as it was for Android. Unlike Google, Apple does not publish the version…
Recently, while on vacation in New Orleans for Mardi Gras and visiting family, we stayed at my sister’s house. She was kind enough to let us have her place while she found accommodations elsewhere. She moved in to this place herself not too long ago and was proud to point out to us the brand new,…
You can be assured we are working as hard as ever this year to deliver an incredible year and some products that will blow your mind.
Tim Cook talking today at Apple’s shareholders meeting.
“We’re working on things that will blow your mind” is a pretty constant theme amongst those I talk to from time to time at Apple. While the competition is all aimed squarely at them, they’re not worried in the least bit because they’re aimed squarely at the future.
Skate to where the puck will be…(via parislemon)
Can’t wait for what is in store in 2012
Brilliant. Love the arm strap for working out.