Since quite some time now I’ve been working on
Xcode projects that are pretty big; big enough to take up a considerable amount of time to finish compiling, even worst if you are running the tests and it needs to build EVERYTHING and then run ALL the tests.
I also like to multi-task and do some other stuff while I’m compiling…
Twitter the other day I stumble this tweets from Sash Zats addressing some heuristics for enabling/disabling intensive animations in
Last week fellow speaker and good friend Jorge Ortiz-Fuentes^1 wrote me on
Twitter to tell me he had an extra ticket for
droidcon Berlin^2 since he’ll be speaking (Now, as you might know I do
iOS and know close to NOTHING about
Android development) and since I have always been curious about
Android development I said YES and embarked on what would be my first ever droidCon.
I’ve been away for quite some time now and a lot of things have changed since I last had the time to blog.
I’ll try to detail everything that has happened in my life in the past few months and also prepare for my yearly wrap-up post.
Apple announced that they will be providing us developers with «official» and «legal» ways to create
There are many posts covering this and I won’t center in the «how to» but rather in one single tip that prevented me from going crazy while developing