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As an ex-employee from Apple, and more than a decade of contract work on code and teaching, there will obviously be biases in what follows. You have been warned.
Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) is delayed
[CoreData] Subtleties And Performance
Couldn’t be happier
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It started with an innocuous question on Twitter, and as usual, BBEdit’s team answers everything, with simple, clear and sometimes humoristic answers.
May Barebones live forever.
Moore’s Law be damned, my upgrade/compile/download times remain more or less constant. I was musing about that while upgrading my 2 main computers to 10.11 and my 2 main iOS devices to version 9 (9.0.1 soon followed): my Retina Macbook Pro may be faster than all my old computers rolled…
The real world can be tough. Your magnificent app passed all the automatic testing in your nice development environment with flying colors? And now that it’s shipped, bug reports regarding code you were sure couldn’t fail are coming in? Welcome to meatspace. One of the great things mobile development has…
There is an undeniable gamer part in me. I like challenge and I like the escapism it allows. If I’m stuck on a tricky line of code, or if there is some data I need to digest before formulating a plan, I find that sending spaceships in space helps me…
Probably something everyone but me knew already, but at least next time I will have to do something similar I’ll have a trace. Problem My original Bootcamp partition was a smallish thing at the end of the first disk I had in that machine. I have bigger needs and a…