Articles I've written.
Topics that I know.
Swift 3, 4, and 5 have been a wonderful development experience. Cleaner code. Easier to read. Easier to write. I love that the language is community driven
The language that never died and made such an unexpected coemback.
Not my favorite IDE of all time, but definitely solid and always improving
Fast and simple way to get your project building on pull requests
Can be a pain as it's super configurable, but that's also it's strong suite
Great tool to make it easy to various build tasks for iOS
My Favorite Books
The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas
I've read this book numerous times and learned something new for it each time
Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson
I really enjoy the story
The Rider by Tim Krabbé
Great book is a great read about how it feels to race a bicycle
What I've read recently
Peopleware by Tom Demaro and Tim Lister
A former colleague recommended this book and I really enjoyed it. Furniture Police! :P
The Art of Intrusion by Keving Mitnick
Some great stories
Hackers by Steven Levy
Great book about the history of computing.
iWoz by Steve Wozniak and Gina Smith
I've read alot of books about Steve Jobs. This was a great read from the other Steve.
The Art of Invisibility by Kevin Mitnick
Being anonymous online is alot harder then you would think.
Commodork by Rob O'Hara
I missed the BBS generation and this was a great telling of someone who lived through it.
GitHub repositories that I've worked in.