Posts in category “Talks”:

The Compiler is Your Friend

Posted on May 30, 2013
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Which compiler warnings should I enable for my iOS/Mac app project? How do I enable warnings that Xcode doesn’t have a checkbox for? How do I disable warnings (either completely, for specific files, or in specific sections of code?) Where do I go to find out what warnings are available? How do I enable warnings […]

Handling NSStrings Like a Boss

Posted on May 28, 2013
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Strings are arguably the most common data structures used by practicing programmers. They’re easy to conceptualize as “sequences of characters,” but it’s important to note the leakiness of this abstraction, and to know how (and when) to consider the details of how what we think of as “characters” are represented in modern software. I did […]

iOS & OS X Localization Practicum

Posted on May 28, 2013
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I did a talk on the localization of iOS and OS X projects at the HelsinkiOS February 2012 meetup. The slides are available at Speaker Deck, and embedded in this post below.