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jaredsinclair
    Jared’s Code Signing Tips: Apple Watch Edition After much struggling and some good advice, I’ve finally managed to get an Apple Watch App/Extension running on an actual watch. Here’s some follow-up to my previous post on code signing… http://bit.ly/1DKMFff
    jaredsinclair
      Follow These Guidelines and Never Struggle with Xcode Code Signing Again For at least a year now I haven’t had any struggles with Xcode’s code signing, thanks to the following habits. Do these things1 and get back to work: Never use … http://bit.ly/1cutqkj
      jaredsinclair
        Apple Watch Try-On, Unsorted Thoughts The Milanese Loop is by far the most comfortable band. It drapes around the uneven curves of your wrist like a fabric, but feels cool to the touch like a metal band. No one’s wrist is a perfect o… http://bit.ly/1ynG0LY
        jaredsinclair
          Screenshots of Every Screen of Apple Watch Settings.app This Flickr album doesn’t include screens not available in the demo units available at the Apple Store, (e.g. Bluetooth), but it’s interesting nonetheless. http://bit.ly/1cswrBK
          jaredsinclair
            Full-Time Hobbyists From an article on indie game development by Daniel Cook We don’t talk about it much, but a large number of successful ‘professional’ artists are in a relationship with someone else that pays their w… http://bit.ly/1CTPbQb
            jaredsinclair
              Riposte, the App.net App, Permanently Removed from Sale As part of an agreement reached over an alleged trademark infringement, Riposte (the App.net app I made with Jamin Guy) will be removed from sale on the App Store. http://bit.ly/1DBc8MK
              jaredsinclair
                Kottke on the Apple Watch, But Really on All Technological Progess, Ever In the entire history of the world, if you make it easier for people to do something compelling, people don’t do that thing less: they’ll do it more. If you giv… http://bit.ly/1CVw0bE
                jaredsinclair
                  Unanswered Questions About Apple Watch Versus App-Driven Businesses Some questions I’ve been wrestling with in the runup to the launch of the Apple Watch this week. But first, a quote from Wired’s entertaining post iPhone Killer: The… http://bit.ly/1HGUre0
                  jaredsinclair
                    Amazon Lambda If, like me, you’ve ever wondered what it would be like if running server-side code was as straightforward as running client-side code, you might be excited to learn about Amazon’s new Lambda service: http://bit.ly/1DvjNhh
                    jaredsinclair
                      More Followup on Sharing Data With WatchKit Extensions Reader Erich Graham emailed me some more followup on a recent series of posts I wrote about WatchKit extensions. Great to hear. I look forward to rethinking these problems. http://bit.ly/18GMPMz
                      jaredsinclair
                        [Sponsor] Digit Everyone feels like they should be saving more money. However saving money is hard and stressful. That’s why we built Digit. So far Digit has saved over $700,000 for our members. Note from Jared: http://bit.ly/1yry2hF
                        jaredsinclair
                          Marketing Costs and Overcast’s Sales Numbers Marco Arment has published profit and loss numbers for his podcast app Overcast: I’m happy that Overcast has been so successful. It was a feature-rich 1.0. His success is deserved. http://bit.ly/1IHNSZX
                          jaredsinclair
                            Taking the Time to Thank Your Mentors In the latest issue of Objc.io, Andy Matuschak (a former lead UIKit engineer at Apple, now elsewhere) writes about his experience at Apple: But this industry has been around for a while. So to: http://bit.ly/1DGF5aB
                            jaredsinclair
                              [Sponsor] Digit Everyone feels like they should be saving more money. However saving money is hard and stressful. That’s why we built Digit. So far Digit has saved over $700,000 for our members. Note from Jared: http://bit.ly/14MsbZE
                              jaredsinclair
                                Anthony Bourdain on Showing Up on Time This, seven ways from Sunday, emphatically this: Q: What’s the best advice you ever received from anyone? Who gave it? And when? A: Show up on time. The second time you were fired. Always be on … http://bit.ly/1430Y4i
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                                  Steven Sinofsky on Why Remote Engineering is So Difficult I have spent a lot of time trying to manage work so it is successful outside of a single location. In this case little knowledge is required that span the seam between compone… http://bit.ly/1y69oWa
                                  jaredsinclair
                                    [Sponsor] PagerDuty PagerDuty is an operations performance platform that sits at the heart of your systems and helps you resolve incidents faster. This post is sponsored via Syndicate Ads. http://bit.ly/1zeb3Xo
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                                      All These App Rejection Stories in One Headline “No One Dares to Build WatchKit Apps that Matter” In a tweet so ludicrous it bears quoting in full, Greg Pierce announces that Apple has yet again rejected the Drafts.app Today Widget: … http://bit.ly/1BxqzB3
                                      jaredsinclair
                                        [Sponsor]: PagerDuty PagerDuty is an operations performance platform that sits at the heart of your systems and helps you resolve incidents faster. This post is sponsored via Syndicate Ads. http://bit.ly/1s63X1O
                                        jaredsinclair
                                          Follow-up on Sharing Data with WatchKit Extensions Recently I posted about a potential problem when sharing a Core Data SQLite-backed persistent store between a host app and one or more iOS extensions. He’s written about this approac… http://bit.ly/1wbTRDG