Anyone not using NSInteger/NSUInteger when they should be is about to find out why they should’ve been using them.
An Introduction to SceneKit: iphonedevelopment.blogspot.com/2012/08/an-int…
I want to take back all the bad things I've said about Android in the past. So I can say even worse things.
In all serious, folks: don't fight the tools. IB makes your life better. Creating interfaces in code is ugly, fragile, and time consuming.
If you hold down option and double-click a base station in Airport Utility, you get all the old functionality. Why did noone tell me this!?
My response to @mzarra's recent blog post: Marcus' original post:
Google Ad: “Hire iPhone Developers @ $25/hr. with 11+ yrs Exp. Get Free Quote Today!” 11+ years of experience? Really? Wow…
• Predict miserable failure of new Apple product • Blame “fan boys” and “marketing” when doesn’t fail • Repeat, until Apple eventually fails
Since our engineers still haven't gotten scrolling smooth, ADD MORE CORES! Google's throwing hardware at a software architecture problem.
For those who missed it, option-click the Purchased tag in the Mac App Store to be able to re-download Lion after installing.
Day before Announcement: “I don’t know if I’m getting this year’s model” Immediately after Announcement: DAMMIT! TAKE MY MONEY, NOW!
Man, if Apple comes out with a Retina iPad, they'd better come out with a Retina ADC 27" for us to design the interfaces...
“Beleaguered Apple sells record number of barely upgraded phone nobody wants”
Brilliant. Absolutely fucking amazingly smart people working at Apple.
I can only imagine the amazing, wonderful, even Earth-shattering things Microsoft might do with a competent CEO.
My wife told me she’s sort of interested in an Samsung Too Fucking Big™ phone because of her eyesight. Gosh, I’m going to miss her.
For $200 more than the TV, you get das blinkenstrip and lots of cables, plus a device capable of rolling off the table. Yay.