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WordPress

I am a big WordPress fan. And I do not suffer from the NIH syndrome. So when I had to build a site for my company, the choice of WordPress was a natural one. I’ve been using it for Open Kosmaczewski (my personal blog now) for over 3 years, and I must say that it […]

Mention on Christer Østergaard’s Blog

Had the pleasure of seeing Adrian Kosmaczewski perform an excellent and enthusiastic presentation about iPhone development Thursday evening. Although I’m a senior developer on the Microsoft .Net platform, I’m a complete iPhone novice. It was therefore nice to attend this sort of “brain dump”-session, where we were given a brief walkthrough of the history of […]

Mention sur Webd

Dans ce dernier cas de figure, il existe maintenant une solution: nib2objc. Ce projet Open-Source est tout simplement un convertisseur de fichiers nib (.xib) vers du code Objectif-C. Il gère toutes les propriétés publiques de chacun des éléments graphiques, le constructeur et la hiérarchie des vues. Pour le moment, il n’y a que les composants […]

Mention on Second Gear Software’s Blog

In a few weeks, the most hardcore of the Apple faithful, the developers, will be descending upon San Francisco for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple recently released the full schedule of sessions that will be taking place during the session. Using a mix of Today and Adrian Kosmaczewski’s WWDC iCal creator you can have […]

Mention on Matt Gemmell’s Blog

Hmm. It’s taken 4 years for me to realise that iCal Birthday Shifter shares an acronym with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. In any case, this minor update is for the former, fixing a crasher with nil-titled calendars (usually Groups; thanks to Adrian Kosmaczewski for the heads-up) and now ordering the calendars the same way as iCal […]