I really like iOS development. Ideally, I’d like to have a full time job developing games for iOS. But really, I just want more experience doing iOS development. I want to get better, find a mentor or a coding buddy. With that in mind, I recently started applying and interviewing for junior level positions. I [...]
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I made this blog post almost exactly one year ago. At the time, I thought it was kind of a big deal. Today, I discovered that it was not that big of a deal at all. I was working on a project that required that code. After I implemented it, I noticed that the the [...]
A couple of weeks ago, I did a post on refactoring. This post is sort of the inspiration behind what motivated me to start the refactoring project I discussed previously. It isn’t a terribly exciting story, but it had an impact on me and the way I think about coding and life in general. A [...]
A brief and somewhat boring story about my less than honorable motivations to beat the competition on the App Store.
This is another post about how marketing is important. Everyone has heard it a million times, but some people(me) manage to talk themselves out of it.
It’s like Rebecca Black is Noah and the car is the Ark and she is loading it up with every kind of teen angst, two by two. The deluge of awful teen music, pouring into our ears, that is crooned through the nose and autotuned is analogous to the flood. Two awkward looking girls with moles. [...]
When I first start reading idevblogaday, I thought, “I can do that!”, and put myself on the waiting list. The more I read, the more apprehensive I became about being an active contributor.
On Christmas Eve, I turned on the garbage disposal with my hand it. It was stupid, I know. It was late, it had been a long day, and I just wanted to get everything ready for Christmas Day and go to bed. I was trying to clear something from the disposal while the water was [...]
So much for taking a three year old to see The Nutcracker. Should have left at half time.
Why is it called a bang up job and why is it considered a good thing? Would you tell an auto body professional that they did a bang up job?