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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
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      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
                      jaredsinclair
                        WatchKit Extension Problem: Sharing a Core Data Store The WatchKit SDK was released yesterday, emphasizing an interesting problem that affects all iOS 8 extensions that need to share a Core Data store with their host app. Consider th… http://bit.ly/1yowB27
                        jaredsinclair
                          How I Learned that Video Games are For Old Ladies, Too One weekend in the late ‘80s an old friend of my parents came to visit. I’d never heard my mom or dad mention her before, nor have I heard much about her since. She had short sil… http://bit.ly/1wQA3QC
                          jaredsinclair
                            Unread by the Numbers We’re in the midst of an enormous refactor at Bloglovin. Here’s Unread by the numbers, counting lines of code just in .m files. People might be most surprised by that Overshare Kit count. http://bit.ly/1wRIbCf
                            jaredsinclair
                              Bloglovin 3.0.3 Available Now A new version of Bloglovin is available on the App Store now. This is the first new version since I joined the iOS team there this summer. Looking forward to many more releases. http://bit.ly/1ETlvXM
                              jaredsinclair
                                Weekly Sponsor: Mandrill Mandrill is a scalable, reliable, and secure email infrastructure service trusted by more than 300,000 customers. It’s easy to set up and integrate with existing apps. And it’s really fast, too. http://bit.ly/1tgCIqV
                                jaredsinclair
                                  Weekly Sponsor: Mandrill Mandrill is a scalable, reliable, and secure email infrastructure service trusted by more than 300,000 customers. It’s easy to set up and integrate with existing apps. And it’s really fast, too. http://bit.ly/ZfI7AZ
                                  jaredsinclair
                                    Beyond Objective-C, Beyond Swift I had been writing software for less than a year when Apple introduced Automated Reference Counting (ARC) in iOS 4. I’ll never forget the figure that accompanied the transition guide documentation: http://bit.ly/1BchUzp
                                    jaredsinclair
                                      The iPhone 6 Plus Makes Designing Apps for Physical Comfort More Difficult — and More Important — Than Ever Several months ago I wrote a post about the ingredients that make an app feel comfortable. Much of this post is more applicab… http://bit.ly/1rmFXdK
                                      jaredsinclair
                                        Iterate 74: Designing for iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, with Kawano, Sinclair, and Wiskus I was a guest on last week’s episode of the Iterate podcast. There was so much to talk about after Apple’s announcements. My biggest concern: My bi… http://bit.ly/1DlBYDd
                                        jaredsinclair
                                          Good Design is a Process, iPhones 6 Edition From John Gruber’s review of the iPhones 6 (emphasis added): Two takeaways with regards to my post yesterday about healthy design processes: It’s sweet spots — plural. Tenths-of-an-inch inc… http://bit.ly/1ygpcpG