When I spoke at the Student Session at WWDC, I announced that I was taking submissions for a framework of reusable Cocoa classes, and that I would give the best entry a free seat in a Big Nerd Ranch class. I was expecting a flood of submissions, but only received five. I’d like to thank Drew Hamlin, Christoph Angerer, Nate Roberts, Daniel Beatty, and Trevor Johns for their submissions. I am pleased to announce that Christoph Angerer has won the contest for his BNZTransactionalNotificationCenter.
If you have a class or a set of classes you would like to submit before I check this into Google Code, please send it along. I’d like to have a better idea of what this will eventually look like before I create a directory structure for the project. You can email your submission to bonzo at bignerdranch com.
If you do send me code, I need some stuff from you:
The reusable code. Please prefix any class names, function names, or global variable names with “BNZ”.
Unit tests and/or a sample application
Documentation. In particular, the declaration of each public method should have headerdoc-compatible comments. A nice README.txt would also be good.
Unlimited rights to use your code. When you email the code the following words. “I give Aaron Hillegass the right to do anything he wants with the attached source code. I swear that I produced this code without stealing anyone else’s intellectual property.”
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