The Piper NV is a fine device for checking up on your home when you’re away. However, it seems to miss the point when it comes to home security.
Xcode is a great development tool. But here’s a few plugins that can make it even spiffier…
I’ve been a long-time vi and vim user. But somehow I didn’t get the memo when vim start to have it’s own plugins and even plugin managers! Here’s a couple cool ones:
Xcode Server is very nice and probably good enough for most people. However, sometimes you want a service to handle your CI. Here’s a very rough breakdown of some of them…
Here’s a few links to help with unit testing on iOS… Tools Specta Expecta OCMockito Cedar OCMock
There’s plenty of lists of BaaS offerings out there, but some of them have since disappeared/consolidated. So here’s a list based on my findings as of today:
It’s been a year now and Apple has announced that they are open-sourcing Swift. I’d like to take this time to update my previous prediction.
One of my friends pointed out one of the really unique things about San Francisco was that *everyone* takes public transportation: business people, moms, kids, retirees, college students, and even “hooligans”.
Sometimes all you need is to encrypt your web traffic. Here’s some services that may be useful to you:
These days git appears to have won the SCM “wars”. While it’s fantastic for what it was intended (source code), it has some short-comings when you try to use it for large (i.e. >10 GB) repositories.