My personal homage to past masters who have had an influence on my growth. To begin an undertaking of a sacred task or work of … Continue Reading Homage to Past Masters
Here is my solution to Assignment 1: Matchismo from the course “Developing iOS7 Apps for iPhone and iPad” (Fall 2013) by Stanford University. There are just a few differences with the “official” solution as shown in the Lecture 3 video / slide . Did not create a separate method createDeck … Continue Reading Solution to Assignment 1: Matchismo
What’s in iOS7: 4 major layers Starting from the bottom to top: Core OS OS X Kernel Mach 3.0 BSD Sockets Security Power Management Keychain Access Certificates File System Bonjour Core Services Collections Address Book Networking File Access SQLite Core Location Net Services Threading Preferences URL Utilities Media Core Audio … Continue Reading Notes on Lecture 1: Developing iOS7 Apps for iPhone and iPad (Fall 2013) by Stanford University
The Stanford University has released a new course “Developing iOS7 Apps for iPhone and iPad by Stanford University” on iTunes 2 days ago, October 31, 2013. https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id733644550 So far, Lecture 1 to 4 has been released. In contrast to the previous semester, this time Paul Hegarty stresses more on the importance of … Continue Reading Developing iOS7 Apps for iPhone and iPad (Fall 2013) by Stanford University
Tested on: Mac OS X Mountain Lion MySQL Community Server 5.6.10 (installed via direct binary download from http://www.mysql.com/downloads) Type the following at the Terminal: sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server start sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server stop This is useful for restarting the MySQL server via the command line on Mac.
One should rewrite code for improved performance, structure and design. But how many times? In the beginning my thought was to possibly rewrite code twice. Later I found rewriting my own code three or four times made it better. This lead to very stable code and useful particularly as a … Continue Reading How Many Times Should One Rewrite Code?
WordPress has come a long way since it’s early days of the default green colored theme which is as far as I can remember was way back in 2003. Two of the great powers of WordPress that I appreciate today, aside from it always being open-source are: the seamless hosting … Continue Reading WordPress.com: Peace of SAAS and Power of Social Networking