Monthly Archive: November 2012

Nov 19

TumbleOn Code

We’ve open sourced a variety of IOS Utilities and published them to our tumbleon-utils project over on bitbucket. All code is licensed with the Apache license, which like BSD or MIT, is a non-viral non-complicated license. Utilities included in tumbleon-utils: FileUtil – file IO and filename related utilities FrameUtils & UIView+FrameUtils – simplifies CGRect frame …

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Nov 09

a million moments

I’ve published a new iPhone/iPad app called a million moments. Life’s too short to get caught up in the chaos and hustle of what doesn’t-really-matter. When you’re in the middle of everything-at-once, it can be difficult to take a moment to breathe and get back to the place you want to be: the place where …

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Nov 05

IOS Autorotation Hell: Bad or wrong view position offsets after rotation

Edit: This is solved, answer at the end of this post. The Problem It looks like autorotation hell is back again. I’m trying to move some views around during a device rotation with strange results. I have created a simple hello world single view application. In this application I have two views: the view controller’s …

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Nov 03

Finding a Job

Finding your next great adventure is a numbers game in many ways. You are the perfect match for some position out there, it’s just a question of finding that place, or perhaps, that place finding you. In my book, there’s an ordered list of ways to find a job: Create your own job. Places you …

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Nov 03

i can’t wait for the future

I can’t wait for the future. Not the 2013, 2015, or even 2020 future, I mean the 2050s, the next, better, version of the 60s. Think about it. For the next 20 years, the patent trolls (big brand and small) will deduce all possible ideas, patent them, filling the set as quickly as wikipedia became …

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