- My GitHub contributions over the years abril 25, 2019
- Continuous Deployment of Mobile Software at Facebook abril 22, 2019
- Today's workout abril 22, 2019
- Writing Code Long Before You Need It abril 17, 2019
- One more argument for using descriptive variable names abril 16, 2019
- 40% down in 15 minutes abril 16, 2019
- First impressions on the Kindle Paperwhite abril 15, 2019
- Breaking the #inout habit abril 15, 2019
- Moving my journal to Swanros.com abril 15, 2019
- Handling routes from an API in a type-safe way with Swift marzo 27, 2018
- Available for work febrero 26, 2018
- guards in Elixir 1.6 enero 25, 2018
- Experimenting with inherited tables in Ecto septiembre 27, 2017
- Becoming a Better iOS Developer Through Tooling: My AltConf 2017 talk agosto 14, 2017
- On iOS interview exercises julio 25, 2017
Archivo mensual: enero 2015
React.js Conf 2015 took place yesterday and today at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, CA, and they’ve started to post the talks videos to their YouTube channel. If you missed it, yesterday they announced React Native. Today, a video of … Sigue leyendo
Chris Eidhof from objc.io is back at it, now with a cool video on how he built a tiny networking micro-library using functional programming using Swift. (I’ve embedded the video right here, but you can watch at Realm’s blog, with … Sigue leyendo
Someone fucked up at Apple this morning. I can’t log in to iTunes Connect as of now. Update: iTunes Connect is officially down now.
Rumors arised this morning that AOL is shutting down Joystiq. We can expect the official announcement any time now. Meanwhile, Joystiq itself is reporting on this. On their own awesome way. It’s awful when people lose their jobs… but hey, … Sigue leyendo
This is impmortant news for all iOS developers. I knew this would happen some day. I just didn’t expect it to happen this soon.
As I said in a blog post last week, this past weekend I participated in the GopherGala distributed hackathon. 48 hours to build something using Go. It was fun! This is a preview of the app we built: I’ll tell … Sigue leyendo
This is both funny and painful at the same time. So many missed opportunities. Foursquare used to be a cool social network. You competed with your friends to become a places’ mayor. It was fun! Then, they went bananas and … Sigue leyendo
Enjoy this piece, please. Two things here: I myself am a Duolingo user, and can testify on how good their onboarding experience is. www.useronboard.com has now become one of my favorite sites on the Internet.