At WWDC, Apple debuted Xcode 11 with a diverse array of interface refinements, tool improvements, and major new features. Let’s take a look at some of the key changes that should greatly improve your day-to-day coding experience.
March 11, 2019 | Leveling Up
TensorFlow kicked off their 3rd annual summit last week with a lot of new developments and releases. We have new updates on almost every aspect of TensorFlow.
The new MacBook Pro’s 6 cores and 32 GB of memory make on-device machine learning faster than ever.
Every year brings changes in tech. Here are some of the things I’m excited to learn more about in 2019.
Have you ever wondered what goes into a mobile app that you use on your smartphone? Wonder no more! There’s no magic to the apps we use. While we won’t dive into nitty-gritty details of a mobile app’s architecture, this easy-to-understand diagram should give you a good foundation to communicate your needs with us.
One thing that sets Big Nerd Ranch instructors apart is we consider ourselves students first. That’s definitely the case with Kristin Marsicano, whose passion for learning and asking questions has solidified her as an Android expert in a few short years. Her advice to all her fellow programmers out there might surprise you.
Big Nerd Ranch esteems code review. We’ve seen it pay off time and again. It is core to our workflow and process. If you want to experience the benefits in your team, here’s what that means in practice for everyone involved.
WWDC 2017’s [Design for Everyone](https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2017/806/) challenges developers to work for all our users. This post will teach you to rise to the challenge through concrete examples of accessible design. The examples I list are iOS-specific, but the ideas aren’t—developers across all platforms should keep accessibility in mind.