I'm a software engineer living in San Francisco. I work as a freelancer. You can hire me. Most of my days are spent writing Objective-C and Ruby. In my free time, I work on a few products at Nothing Magical and fly my drone. If you're curious, find out more about me.
I started developing for iOS the day the SDK was released way back in 2008. Here are some of the best apps I've worked on. I'm no longer involved in the development of several of these since some belong to previous employers.
I'm constantly hacking on random stuff. Here's a few recent highlights:
- Button — A physical Wi-Fi button
- Shares — A simple iPhone app for stocks
- Roon — The easiest way to blog
- Lagunitas — A Ruby gem for inspecting iOS IPAs
- Sonos — Control Sonos speakers with Ruby
Check out the full list of my open source projects on GitHub or head over to my little projects page.
Yesterday, I did an interview on Venture Beat about Swift, Apple’s new programming language. Here’s an excerpt:
I think one of the best parts about Swift is a lot of the simplicity they were able to bring to the language due to not being...
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