Just got back from a weekend at CocoaConf down in Herndon VA. A lot of great sessions from Ranch folks, and from everyone else as well. One of my favorites was the session Chad Sellers from Useful Fruit had on Text, covering the text system from
NSString up through
NSTextView and back down to Core Text. I learned stuff.
_Special guest post by Jaye Liptak, VP of Operations _
I’m a fan of Caveman Debugging, where you use print statements to trace program flow and display specific program information. I was kind of surprised when reading Coders at Work how many industry luminaries do the same thing. It’s just another tool in the debugging arsenal, along with unit tests, debuggers, Instruments, and the plethora of other software investigation toys.
Special guest post by LeAnn Boucher, Ranch Public Relations.
When developing software, face-to-face conversation is often the best form of communication (Agile Principles). While Skype and other tools allow you to get face-to-face from pretty much anywhere, there is really no substitute for spending some time in-person with everyone involved in developing software. At Highgroove, we often do remote work for many of our clients. Since travel can be hard and expensive, here are 3 tips for maximizing the value of your next business trip.
Today’s topic was suggested by Paul Bruneau - thanks!