Archivo mensual: septiembre 2016

ElixirConf 2016 videos are starting to get posted

Looks like the wait is over. Some of the videos from ElixirConf 2016 are starting to get posted over at confreaks.tv. I know what I’ll be doing with my evenings for the next few days.

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Is the open source culture hurting new developers?

That’s a bold question to ask. But I’ve been thinking about it. As a member of the iOS developer community, I see people interested in learning how to create iOS apps almost every day. I’m a member of various Facebook … Sigue leyendo

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Bringing piping syntax from Elixir to Swift

I’ve been writing Elixir for my main backend needs for the past few months and I’ve really liked it — specially its syntax. In fact, I’ve gotten so into its syntax that I’ve often found myself trying to write Swift … Sigue leyendo

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Singletons in Swift

If you come from the Objective-C world, you’re probably familiar with the singleton pattern. @implementation MyClass + (id)sharedInstance { static MyClass *__instance = nil static dispatch_once_t token; dispatch_once(&token, ^{ __instance = [[MyClass alloc] init]; }); return __instance; } @end Okay, … Sigue leyendo

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On Apple's take on how to handle JSON with Swift 3

A couple of days ago, Apple published this post in which they describe some ways one can parse JSON using core languages of Swift 3. Weird thing, they suggest that it is OK to have a type download JSON by … Sigue leyendo

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Introducing my new book, Best Practices for Developing iOS Apps with Swift

Hey there! That’s right, I’m launching the first book in what I expect will be a long list of titles that I’ll be publishing in the following months. Best Practices for Developing iOS Apps with Swift, available late October, focuses … Sigue leyendo

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› Tesla, the new HTTP client for Elixir

As I’ve written before in this blog, I’ve been playing with Elixir/Phoenix for the past few months — I even have a couple of production applications running right now! Just learned about Tesla, a new HTTP client for Elixir. I’ve … Sigue leyendo

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› Impressions From My First ElixirConf

Just read this summary of Nate Taylor’s experience attending ElixirConf for the first time. So many details ring a bell on me, and I didn’t even attend the conference — but I sure wish I had. By following the @ElixirStatus … Sigue leyendo

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