- 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
Excellent Friday Q&A post from Mike Ash. This guy rocks.
Some good ideas here. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of these blog posts.
Great resource for anyone interested in getting to know the new developer-facing features that Apple introduced with iOS 8.
I hacked a Swift app in the past few hours. Submitted to beta testers, made some changes, and now I’m ready to send it to the App Store. However, I decided that I didn’t like the name I used for … Sigue leyendo
Interesting read. Going independent can be a scary jump. How will I earn enough money to pay the bills? What will my spouse think? Do I know enough about development and business? Big and scary jump. I’ve been working with … Sigue leyendo
Speaking of Go(lang), this weekend GopherGala is happening. The Gopher Gala is the world’s first Go(lang) distributed hackathon. Showcase your skills and compete for prizes against the best Go developers from around the world. Crowd Interactive, a company in my … Sigue leyendo
From GopherCon website: GopherCon 2015 will take place in Denver, Colorado on July 7th through July 10th, 2015. We will be accepting talk proposals from January 20th through March 31st, 2015. Due to the competitive nature of the selection process, … Sigue leyendo
This is hilarious.