Memory dump - April 2018- 1 min
Here is a summary of the best news and articles I’ve read during April 2018. The criteria are very simple - the selection is 100% subjective.
Smartphones are useful, but can also be very addictive. Making your smartphone dumber should reduce external stimulus and distraction.
BLLOC - minimalistic, simple smartphone with cool design.
iOS app development, seen through the eyes of an Android developer. Some interesting insights into the differences and similarities between these two platforms.
How to name IBActions? Popular
buttonTapped is inherently wrong. Target-action is a command pattern, not a delegate pattern.
Behind-the scenes improvements in Swift 4.1. Author focused on smaller, less visible improvements , which are still interesting.
What’s new in Swift? Great tool to compare different versions of the language.
Is Bitcoin the greatest scam in history? Strong arguments against cryptocurrency. I would like this article even more if it wasn’t written by PayPal’s CEO.
Why every developer should have a blog. Reasons why it is worth it to keep a technical blog and how to do it.
Unpaid, time-consuming homework is a new trend in the tech-recruitment industry. The only reasonable answer to such a phenomena is “No, thanks.”
Job-hunting for a satisfying senior engineering role is not as easy as it might look. Some stats: Jobs applied for: 82 HR interview 25 Technical interview: 15 Onsite interview: 2 Job offers: 1
A leaked email to Tesla employees has revealed Musk’s productivity tips. It’s not surprising that half of them are about meetings.