Here is quick overview of what we've learned today from WWDC.
It's been over a year since the Apple Watch has come out and with WWDC happening next week, it's a good time to talk how it has fit with my life and what it needs to do in the next version.
Do you have a hard time consistently tracking time? Do you want a better handle of how you spend your time? Take a look at tagmento.
Jerry Norris told a great story about how mobile technology and project-based innovation has made The Fledge one of the hottest and fastest growing business environments in the Lansing area.
Swift continues to grow as a language both in terms of community and the language itself even in places outside of Macs, iPhone, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs. If you’re interested in learning about Swift, here is an updated list of resources:
Static site generation has become the new way to build web sites especially among the more technically savvy. There are several reasons why this is the case:
For Mobile Monday Lansing in February 2016, Nick Kwiatkowski gave us a great overview of the Internet of Things and how we could potential build our own mobile devices.
I just got back from one of the best conferences I have been too: ReleaseNotes in Indianapolis. It was great opportunity to meet people throughout the Apple developer community.
Apple has removed hundreds of legitimate apps on its App Store which had been infected by malware dubbed XCodeGhost. If you still have them installed, it’s a good idea to stop using them for now.
Apple had their annual hardware announcement today. Here is a summary.