Category Archives: Objective-C

25 feb

CEO Friday: Why Not to Hire C# Developers

***, .NET MVC, C++, ColdFusion, Entertainment, Java, Linux, Microsoft, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby, Windows

Hold on just a second. These are not my words. Exactly two years ago, this post came out, explaining why over at Expensify, they do not hire C# Programmers. Not because they were not talented, not because they are Microsoft … Continue reading

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13 jul

Advantage of Reverse Tethering with Android/iPhone

**, Android, Clusters, Internet, iPhone, Java, Mobility, Objective-C

We all know what a mobile hotspot is and what tethering a mobile phone’s internet connection via USB. Today, our phones have become our backup internet, and with Android and their native support for tethering (although many carriers chose to … Continue reading

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8 jul

Objective-C is Taking Over C, Why? Apple

**, Apple, C++, DIY, iPad, iPhone, Java, Mac, Objective-C

It’s no surprise that Objective-C is making major roadways through the industry of software programming. Objective-C origins began in 1980 and has been readily adapted by Steve Jobs and NeXT computing. The syntax comes from Smalltalk and is considered a … Continue reading

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4 nov

Adobe iPad Magazine Publishing w/ Objective-C

Design, Hardware, Media, Objective-C

To do any sort of iPad or iOS development you are stuck with doing it on a Mac. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it does take out a large set of users who would potentially want to develop … Continue reading

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10 oct

Android Mod’s – Who is Cyanogen?

Android, Apple, Google, iPhone, Linux, Objective-C

The colorless, toxic gas chemical compound Cyanogen is also the name of one of the most popular Android mods out there. Cyanogen takes Android based phones and releases end-to-end core, front-end, and in-between modifications to Android based phones in an … Continue reading

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26 jul

Learn Objective-C in Your Neighborhood

iPad, iPhone, Objective-C

We all know that there is a lot of content on the web. But not everything is so easy to learn just by reading books and tutorials. So, why not find a class near you and learn in person. Using … Continue reading

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11 jul

Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails @ChrisPirillo

HTML5/CSS3, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby on Rails

Haha, Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo owner of http://www.lockergnome.com/) puts it pretty perfectly when he analyzes Aptana Studio. Listen to this guy, seriously. I’ve recently been using Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails development. Funny how Chris also uses PSPad, that’s my … Continue reading

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2 jun

Silicon Valley, San Francisco and WWDC Next Week

Android, Apple, Google, Hack-a-thon, HTML5/CSS3, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Objective-C, WebGL

Silicon Valley, the site of technological evolution over the past four decades. Next week is a big one, as San Francisco hosts Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference). It sounds like we should hear about some major software updates for Mac … Continue reading

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2 may

Learn Objective-C, Phil’s Reading Recommendation. A book… really?

Java, Objective-C

Hey guys, the past week, I’ve been learning Objective-C. I have a pretty solid background with C/C++, Java and consider myself an expert at the web script languages PHP, Perl, Python, and very elite using JavaScript, HTML, CSS even HTML5, … Continue reading

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