Michael Wolfe provides an excellent answer to the question of why software development estimates are regularly off by a factor of 2-3:
Let’s take a hike on the coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles to visit our friends in Newport Beach.
In two posts from last year, Pat Shaughnessy discusses why Bundler 1.1 will be much faster and how to use some of the new features. Ordinarily, I avoid prerelease gems because I don’t want to risk the stability of an application. My release schedule won’t often align with a gem’s, assuming there is one.
I’ve slowly switched to Git from Subversion over the last year or so, and lately I have begun to feel dissatisfied with my repository configuration. In this post, I’ll outline how to set up Git in a central repository model, exporting repositories over HTTP(S) and allowing for fine-grained access control.
After two full seasons in the App Store, it’s a good time to look at how Lights Finder has performed and examine some of the metrics.
One of the projects I worked on last year was the iOS SDK for Yahoo! Connected TV. Along with the SDK, Yahoo! wanted to ship an example app that demonstrated use of the SDK. Take a look at the screenshot to the right. See anything a little out of the ordinary?
Several of the buttons, especially the colored ones along the bottom half of the directional pad, are not rectangular.