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 … Continue reading Announcing Docset Viewer v1.1 for iPad and iPhone

Even geeks forget their passwords

Passwords are definitely fickle beasts.  I'm used to juggling a multitude of different semi-incomprehensible passwords containing a mixture of numbers, symbols, upper and lower-case letters, and in some cases unicode characters (letters such as ü, • and §). And for some mysterious reason I'm able to remember these gibberish-filled passwords with ease. But despite all … Continue reading Even geeks forget their passwords

Revenue Canada wants me to buy an iMac 27″

For as long as I've been a developer, there was only ever once when I had a machine that I felt was an adequate development workstation. That was around 2001 when I had a dual-proc 667MHz P3 768MB RAM and three 17" CRT monitors. This baby put out enough heat that my home-office didn't need … Continue reading Revenue Canada wants me to buy an iMac 27″