I was fortunate to know two people with the M365 already, who kindly gave me some tips on how to set the scooter up to get the most from it and avoid common issues.
I live about 4km away from my place of work. To get there each work day I could take a bus (which takes about 30 minutes), I could take the tube (about 35 minutes) or I could walk (about 50 minutes). It usually takes me about 12 minutes to get to work each day, on an electric scooter.
There's a maxim, in the world of people leading, that change will always incur a drop in performance for the people and teams affected by it.
If you ask your team to change a practice, and you survey them for their agreement, don't presume that getting a majority is enough.
I started this blog as a software developer to try to broaden my reach a bit and maybe get better jobs. Over the past 1.5 years I’ve transitioned to being a developer of people who develop software.
I've been fortunate enough to attend the last three WWDCs and I've noticed a disturbing trend in the makeup and behaviour of the audience: People just aren't as nice as they used to be.
Apps as the new web, app data surfaced through local and network searching, browsers linking directly to app content and Apple starting to take the battle to Google on their own turf, content indexing. Interesting times...
I see a lot of negativity toward Radar, mostly expressed as frustration around visibility of content.
A quick tip for debugging view hierarchies
How has no-one cracked that joke already?
Like many developers, I’ve skirted round Auto Layout; intrigued by the potential, mildly burned by Interface Builder, a little anxious about the forthcoming removal of choice when iOS 8 ships…
Spoke at NSLondon on multipeer networking
Over the weekend I did some some last minute polishes and fixes on the current codebase for LocalTalk and took the plunge and submitted.
It's been too long since I posted last. I actually have stuff in draft I will post soon but haven't finished writing. Basically very busy but wanted to give an update on LocalTalk and it's progress.
Thought I'd post an update to talk about the progress I've made on LocalTalk.
I've long been on the search for the perfect monospace font to use in Xcode, terminal, Chocolat, BBEdit etc...