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

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″

Ideas On Tap, or “Speed Dating for Entrepreneurs”

At the suggestion of my friend Scott McWhirter, I decided to go to Ideas On Tap and keep an eye on the pulse of the Vancouver technology community. And after spending an evening drinking beer and talking with various people from companies around Vancouver, I began to feel like the only married guy in the … Continue reading Ideas On Tap, or “Speed Dating for Entrepreneurs”