Part 3 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Part 2 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Part 1 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
So, I love Keynote.app. It’s one of my all-time favorite apps. During my time at Apple, I got to use the app a lot and was constantly amazed by how powerful and capable it is. I grew very used to its precision and elegance, and its overall ease-of-use.
For a while now, there’s been a major feature of iOS Contacts that I’ve felt has been sorely lacking, and that’s the ability for third-parties to provide their own contact card data. Here’s what I mean…
It seems like it was only the other day when I wrote the post about leaving the Evangelism team.
About five and a half years ago, my friend BJ Homer introduced me to two wonderful books by Patrick Rothfuss: The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man’s Fear. I devoured these books. I describe them to people by saying they are novel equivalent of Chekhov’s gun: nothing in them is irrelevant. They are some of the most intricate, complex, and deep novels I’ve ever read. I’ve probably spent more time analyzing the story of these two books than I have on Brandon Sanderson’s entire Cosmere.
(The title is a callout to some of my friends from the Delicious Generation. You know who you are.)
Today is Leap Day, so I thought it’d be appropriate to brain-dump on some of the really weird things about calendars.