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Today we’re going to look at using Objective-C’s array and dictionary subscripting syntax with older iOS and OS X versions.
Android developers spend a lot of time developing tablet versions of their applications.
So. That Clash of the Coders Thing. Kind of nice being able to flex mental muscles over a 72-hour sleep-deprived Dr Pepper-infused period of time, performing acts of violence upon the Objective-C runtime,
UIApplication, and the layer stack. It was a blast being able to use all my platform knowledge with the express purpose of subverting it.
Have you ever sat through a three-hour presentation? Has anyone ever even asked you to?
Last weekend, we hosted our second Rails Girls workshop, inviting 50 women to come to our office to learn more about web development through the lens of Ruby on Rails.
My interview at Big Nerd Ranch was intense. I was in a room with glass on two sides, and anybody could look in. It quickly became crowded, with eight people in a room that fits four comfortably—and all focus was on me.
We recently held our second annual Clash of the Coders, a 72-hour app-building marathon where we test our technical prowess and compete for glory. “The winners are dangerously capable,” as Chief Learning Officer Aaron Hillegass says.