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jaredsinclair
    Judicious Use of Shitty Code Here’s a little secret for newbie app developers out there: a fun app has nothing to do with clean code. Some of the worst code I’ve ever written has been in my most successful projects… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1232…
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      Gonna miss my brother @joshy’s push notification sounds. https://alpha.app.net/riposte/post/61621473
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        App Store Search is More Depressing than the Game of Thrones Finale When I visit Google and search for twitter iphone app, this is what I see: When I perform the same search on the App Store for iOS’ search tab, he… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1216…
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          How to Become an Indie Developer Do you have a day job that pays you a full-time salary? If yes, proceed to Step 2. If not, skip to Step 3. Quit your day job. Do you have alternate income besides a job with a regul… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1215…
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            Origin of the CMD Symbol Susan Kare spoke at the Layers conference this past week in San Francisco. During her presentation she showed the origin of the CMD symbol she designed for the original Mac. How cool is tha… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1212…
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              WWDC 2015 As WWDC’s go 2015 is one of my favorites ever. I know 2014’s is supposed to be everyone’s favorite because of how shocking it was (Swift, extensions, keyboards, Metal, etc.). http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1212…
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                Making Toast Again A quote from a slightly younger me quoting an even younger me: Depression is one of those rare problems best solved by doing as little as possible. http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1211…
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                  My Daily Habits Before and After the Apple Watch TL;DR Unless I’m an edge case, I think the Apple Watch is potentially a big threat to businesses that depend on people filling idle time with their apps. Before the … http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1196…
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                    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
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                      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
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                        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
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                          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
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                            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
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                              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
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                                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
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                                  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
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                                    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
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                                      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