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Announcing Docset Viewer v1.1 for iPad and iPhone

Over the years my blog has transformed from the usual “Wordy geek ranting about first-world problems” content toward more educational and informative posts on what I do for a living: developing awesome iOS applications. I don’t usually talk about the actual applications I’m writing though, since most of my work is on other people’s apps […]

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A Git Workflow for Agile Teams

I’ve been using git for all my new software development and have been converting my old Subversion (and *gasp* CVS) repositories over. Throughout this process I keep learning more and more about git, and my love story with it continues every day. Thanks to my friend Chris, he sent along this blog posting that really […]

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Minor PhoneGap Alert updates

Last night, and on my commute in to work this morning, I made some updates to my UIControls branch on Github, largely around adding callback and event support to the Alert notification code. I’ve been working on providing more feedback into JavaScript from the commands run inside of Objective-C. ┬áSo far PhoneGap has been largely […]

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So much to do, so little time

I think work wrecked my brain a bit today. I have so many ideas running through my head, and just not enough time to catch up to them all. It happens to all of us from time to time, but the thing is I have so much fun with work, that it’s hard to moderate […]

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