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Developing For iOS 7: The Good, The Bad, The Flat, And The Ugly

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Developing For iOS 7: The Good, The Bad, The Flat, And The Ugly

By: Michael Grothaus / http://www.fastcolabs.com 27/08/2013 With iOS 7 developers see the greatest changes to the OS since its inception. To meet those changes some developers are risking their whole business on the upgrade. Here’s what seven of them said about the good and the bad of transitioning their popular apps to iOS 7. In probably just a few short weeks, the biggest change to iOS will be rolling out across iPhones, iPads, and iPods all over the world. Whether or not you’re a fan of the new visual design, iOS 7 is shaping up to be a...

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8 Master Apple Developers–And They’re All Women

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8 Master Apple Developers–And They’re All Women

http://www.fastcolabs.com Last week we brought you iOS developers that changed the iTunes App Store with gorgeous interfaces and high-performance code. This week, we’re plunging back into the Objective-C dev community to find the most influential women in Mac and iPhone development today. LISA BETTANY Male or female, some developers are just more visible and well known than others and Lisa Bettany is definitely one of the more well- known ones. Her name has become closely tied to her iOS photo app, Camera+, which is put out under TapTapTap...

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How a theater major went from scripts and sequels to scripting SQL

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How a theater major went from scripts and sequels to scripting SQL

Giga OM Yesterday, 20:00 by Brendan O’Brien, Aria Systems Let me clear something up straightaway: my passion is, was, and will always be theater—singing and acting, to be specific. I dreamed of becoming an actor while growing up in Brooklyn, was classically trained at the University of Pennsylvania, and worked for a number of years at a local theater in Philadelphia (as both an actor and manager). But in what is likely a familiar refrain for a lot of liberal arts majors—and considering today’s economy, just about anyone— after...

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