Monthly Archives: September 2009

Resources to help you on your Quest to be an Objective-C Programmer

I thought I’d give you a quick post on some of the things helping me on my quest to be an iPhone developer. Basically, I rely on a toolkit of resources that guide me when I need advice, to lookup … Continue reading

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Objective-C Tutorial 2: Objective-C – Inheritance

Welcome to the second instalment of the series on introducing you to the world of Objective-C. In this article, we will talk about Objective-C Polymorphism concept of Inheritance. When writing classes, the importance is underlined in relationships between classes and … Continue reading

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NewsGator updates NetNewsWire for Mac and iPhone – on Macworld

via macworld.com An awesome program for those who love reading lots of news. I’ve used newsGator for years, but if you have an iphone, an even better reason to use newsGator.

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MXUnit: Unit Testing for Coldfusion

One of the things I got into recently is the whole idea of test-driven development (TDD). This concept puts testing at the core of development, at the start of the coding cycle and not after you finish coding. It’s definitely worth your … Continue reading

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Finally got my feedburner to work

Hey y’all, finally configured my feedburner to work, so you can subscribe to my website feeds.

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Waking up in mars

See the full gallery on Posterous I woke up to a massive red sandstorm in Sydney

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Open BlueDragon + Railo + ColdFusion on Tomcat | Matt’s excellent article

As a corollary to Sean’s post about running Railo, OpenBD, and ColdFusion on JRun, I thought I’d outline my preferred development environment these days, which is to run all the necessary CFML engines on Apache Tomcat. Note that this approach … Continue reading

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