Saturday I attended PrizCon 2013, a full-day technical conference inside the Marion Correctional facility to inspire and educate and connect.
What’s amazing about Scheme is that it’s small and easy to learn, but still amazingly powerful. Scheme’s code-is-data philosophy allows you to invent your own language features. And it’s functional.
A friend of mine sent me
Behind enemy lines: 3 months as an iOS developer at Google. The article
is very interesting, but here’s the thing which caught our attention: The
way Google deals with merge conflicts in
Kiwi provides a pretty awesome DSL for writing expressive, executable specs. What it doesn’t provide is an easy way to reuse code.
A walk through the essential plugins and configuration required to develop for iOS with Vim. (Thanks to the venues and organizers of Cocoaconf, VimCLE and Cleveland Cocoaheads for making this talk possible.)
clang_complete is a plugin for Vim which provides automatic code completion in vim using the same technique (and library) as Xcode.
I recently discovered an Ex Reference Manual and decided to explore Vim’s colon prompt for a bit. I discovered some interesting things that I didn’t know. First a few of the basics:
I really, really love the flow experience of programming. It’s something that I’ve been practicing and cultivating for years, and I’m just now realizing that not everyone has the same kind of experience. So I’m really, really curious how other people experience programming flow.
I realize that I have never formally announced the Mobile Patterns Wiki.