I've started learning Python recently and came across a puzzling issue when learning about multi-inheritance. I believe it's a very likely trap for newcommers so here is a quick write up. TLDR; Always call super().__init__() in the __init__() method of the subclass.
How to reset the iOS Simulator to completely clear its slate between runs.
How to use 3rd party libraries in Xcode Playground for faster prototyping
Using Xcode Playgrounds to write test driven code.
Slides from my TechTalks Timisoara talk
Learn how to test Realm object and truly embrace test driven development
Apple released new versions of iOS, watchOS, tvOS & MacOS yesterday, and with it came a new version of Xcode, 8.3, that only includes Swift 3.1 — the latest and greatest of Swift. This becomes a problem if you’re using a 3rd party libraries in binary form.
Here is a great example of a relatively complicated concept explained so any soldier could understand it. Goes to show that is the author breaks down the topic into easy chucks and introduces them in the logical order, then no topic is too hard to comprehend. Telephone Electronics: “Theory of
One of the most instructive conferences I’ve been to — you should not miss it next year.
Revisits the core concepts behind CloudKit APIs, including CloudKit.js.