Monthly Archives: September 2011

Review of ‘Programming Social Applications’

With the inception of Google+, along with the already-dominant Facebook and Twitter, it is important that developers who are supporting existing applications, look to extend their brand across the social-sphere, and this book, Programming Social Applications , aims to educate the readers on … Continue reading

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Locating Crash Reports

Locating Crash Reports [iPhone developer:tips]; If an applications crashs while running on a device, iOS logs the errors and creates a crash report. The report includes specifics about the OS version, date/time, the exception type, a stack trace, among other … Continue reading

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iOS Multitasking concept Video

This interesting video concept below shows what it would be like on a perfect iOS Multi-tasking platform. Quite interesting hun…

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Review of Just Spring | Madhusudhan Konda

I have just finished reading Just Spring, by Madhusudhan Konda, after taking on some minor roles in certain Java projects. With Spring now the renowned framework when Java is mentioned as an approach to a solution, it is vital that the … Continue reading

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Introduction to iOS Blocks (revisited)

OK, my first real blog back, and I thought i’d revisit iOS Blocks. I did an article on this a while back, but recently came across a fantastic tutorial set from [iOS Developer Tips], Introduction to Blocks in Objective-C, which are … Continue reading

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yes I am alive

Hello fellow blog-hoppers, yes after a lengthy sabbatical I am back on my blog and will be updating it ‘again’ from now on. I have been bogged down in tons of work, including moving to a new job, in the … Continue reading

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