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WWDC

My WWDC Wishlist

2 minute read

WWDC 2017 starts in a few days. I’m excited at the potential new toys Apple will be announcing for developers, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t have specific th...

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app-transport-security

apple

My WWDC Wishlist

2 minute read

WWDC 2017 starts in a few days. I’m excited at the potential new toys Apple will be announcing for developers, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t have specific th...

blog

HTTPS Support

less than 1 minute read

I just added HTTPS support to this site 😄

I’m going to Try Swift!

less than 1 minute read

I’ll be at the try! swift conference today through Wednesday! I’m super excited for the presentations and workshop, and for the chance to meet new people and...

Micro.blog test

less than 1 minute read

I backed the micro.blog Kickstarter back in January, and I set it up to read from this blog once invites came in. You can find me there at https://micro.blog...

Important Blog Changes!

3 minute read

I’ve made a couple tweaks this site that I think warrant a post so that everyone is aware.

Hello Again!

2 minute read

Well, it’s been a year since my last post, and what a year it’s been. 2016 has been a whirlwind of unexpected events, many of them incredibly disheartening a...

Jekyll frustrations

5 minute read

It’s been awhile since I wrote a blog post, and upon wanting to come back and do another I noticed that jekyll had been updated to 3.0 (jekyll is what genera...

Hello!

less than 1 minute read

Welcome to my site. In the coming weeks I plan to post about various programming topics related to things I’m working on and learning. I’ll likely focus a lo...

carthage

CopyOnWrite now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

I decided this week to release the CopyOnWrite type I finished up in the last post I wrote on the subject. You can get at it via all the popular ways to inte...

Weakify now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

Yesterday I decided to collect my weakify functions (that i’ve been tweaking since that post a bit for some new use cases I’ve discovered) into a framework t...

cocoapods

CopyOnWrite now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

I decided this week to release the CopyOnWrite type I finished up in the last post I wrote on the subject. You can get at it via all the popular ways to inte...

Weakify now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

Yesterday I decided to collect my weakify functions (that i’ve been tweaking since that post a bit for some new use cases I’ve discovered) into a framework t...

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functional-programming

jekyll

Jekyll frustrations

5 minute read

It’s been awhile since I wrote a blog post, and upon wanting to come back and do another I noticed that jekyll had been updated to 3.0 (jekyll is what genera...

objective-c

optionals

Fun With Optionals, Part 1 - Basics

4 minute read

Optionals are another one of my favorite features of Swift. When I started learning Objective-C, I was so happy that sending messages to nil was basically a ...

swift

Swift 4 KeyPaths and You

8 minute read

Swift 4 is almost upon us, and I thought I would explore one of its features that I haven’t had the opportunity to that much: KeyPaths. There’s a lot of inte...

CopyOnWrite now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

I decided this week to release the CopyOnWrite type I finished up in the last post I wrote on the subject. You can get at it via all the popular ways to inte...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 3

4 minute read

In my last post on this topic, we built up a small struct named CopyOnWrite that abstracts away the need to manually check whether or not a reference needs t...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 2

6 minute read

In my previous post in this series, I gave a brief overview of how value semantics work along with a couple of good resources for more in-depth details on ho...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 1

6 minute read

I watched a couple of really good videos on value semantics recently. One was by Alexis Gallagher, named Value SEMANTICS (not value types!), which does a goo...

Fun With Optionals, Part 1 - Basics

4 minute read

Optionals are another one of my favorite features of Swift. When I started learning Objective-C, I was so happy that sending messages to nil was basically a ...

Weakify now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

Yesterday I decided to collect my weakify functions (that i’ve been tweaking since that post a bit for some new use cases I’ve discovered) into a framework t...

Swift 2 and @available properties

4 minute read

I haven’t played around with Swift 2 too much yet as I’ve been busy with other things in the past couple of months. However today I fired up Xcode 7 (beta 4)...

Swift Protocols And Handling Mutable State

5 minute read

I recently ran into a curious problem on one of my side projects that I didn’t understand at first. I was using a swift protocol to provide a uniform interfa...

swift-package-manager

CopyOnWrite now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

I decided this week to release the CopyOnWrite type I finished up in the last post I wrote on the subject. You can get at it via all the popular ways to inte...

Weakify now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

Yesterday I decided to collect my weakify functions (that i’ve been tweaking since that post a bit for some new use cases I’ve discovered) into a framework t...

value-semantics

CopyOnWrite now available as a framework

less than 1 minute read

I decided this week to release the CopyOnWrite type I finished up in the last post I wrote on the subject. You can get at it via all the popular ways to inte...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 3

4 minute read

In my last post on this topic, we built up a small struct named CopyOnWrite that abstracts away the need to manually check whether or not a reference needs t...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 2

6 minute read

In my previous post in this series, I gave a brief overview of how value semantics work along with a couple of good resources for more in-depth details on ho...

Encapsulating Value Semantics, Part 1

6 minute read

I watched a couple of really good videos on value semantics recently. One was by Alexis Gallagher, named Value SEMANTICS (not value types!), which does a goo...