Archivo mensual: marzo 2015

Self-referencing many-to-many relationships using Gorm in Go(lang)

Recently I had to do this, and couldn’t figure out how to do it (maybe I need to start reading documentation more closely). But I found the way to do it: type User struct { Id int64 Contacts []User `gorm:”foreignkey:user_id;associationforeignkey:contact_id;many2many:user_contacts;”` … Sigue leyendo

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Re: React Native

I’ve been reading a lot about React Native. From the latest piece I read: It’s early and if you don’t have a lot free time or care to be on the bleeding edge, I’d recommend waiting a bit before using … Sigue leyendo

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› NSHipster, Second Edition

A new edition of the NSHipster’s book is going to be available April 15th, this time covering Swift. Preorder here.

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› What Engineers At Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, Airbnb, And Spotify Listen To While Coding

Great music selection, if you ask me. Read here.

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› Introducing ComponentKit

So, Facebook announced ComponentKit yesterday. ComponentKit takes a functional, declarative approach to building UI and emphasizes a one-way data flow from immutable models to immutable components that describe how views should be configured. Its great to see that Facebook contributes … Sigue leyendo

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My Projects

These are the projects that I’ve worked on. Take a look, and feel free to ask anything. Mejores Prácticas del Desarrollo de Aplicaciones para iOS con Swift I wrote a book about Swift’s best practices, and how to leverage them … Sigue leyendo

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SSL Pinning on Android

I had to do SSL Pinning on Android today. What a fucking mess. Most of the posts I read on how to do it used libraries like okhttp. But the app I’m working on has its own networking stack, so … Sigue leyendo

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› Functional Programming Fundamentals with Erik Meijer

I came across this resource. Invaluable, I think.

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› Developer Productivity: The Art of Saying No

Interesting proposition on how to manage your time as a developer working with a team. Loved this part: Managers view their schedule as small chunks of time and schedule meetings throughout the day. This is incompatible with how developers (makers) … Sigue leyendo

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› Minus Sign

Great advice from Ole Begemann regarding typographically correct punctuation when wokring with numbers on iOS.

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