I use Zennaware’s Cornerstone app for most of my svn source control tasks, and it’s great. One of the perks is that Cornerstone bundles its own svn libs, so it’s a nice and clean solution and they keep up with the latest releases, unlike Mac OS X.
It seems I’m always scheduling meetings on public holidays, so I’ve finally taken the time to compile a calendar of public holidays in South Africa for 2012.
You can subscribe to it here
I’ve recently had to choose between auto-renewable and non-renewable subscriptions for one our of iOS apps. After I tried to figure out which type of in-app purchase to use for about a week, I finally decided on using auto-renewables for the app. Using auto-renewables is the more attractive option for you as an iOS developer, since Apple takes care of the user management.
Back in 2008 I sort of stumbled into my first startup, Glucode. Apple had released the first public iPhone SDK to developers earlier that year and iPhone apps were fast becoming the popular thing to do. At that stage I was not familiar with Cocoa or Objective-C, I did not even own an iOS device.
As part of my 2012 resolutions, I’ve finally decided to give blogging a serious chance, so here it is.
I guess this blog will mostly contain work related topics, mostly revolving around software engineering, design and User Experience (UX). Every now and then I might throw in a personal post. If my writing interests you, you might also consider following me Twitter.