Probably, if you use XCode 8, you have mine same problem with iOS Simulator: it logs everything, it is insane!
Xcode is a tool that doesn’t force developers to have any particular folder structure: everything can be managed using groups, virtual folders that lives in your .xcodeproj file.
This give you a lot of freedom but on the long period it can create some problems: how to refactor the folder structure quickly?
On August 15th 2016 Apple has releases Xcode Beta 6. With the new Swift 3 version around the corner it’s time to start studying the changes to the language: Access Control is one of the major changes, especially if you use different modules in your project.
At the end of February I decided to move to the Netherlands: I was really excited about it and I really thought it was an amazing opportunity to improve on both personal and professional side.
Six months have passed and I’m still here.
3 months ago I decided to move to Eindhoven: it was a big change, but I’m still very happy about my choice, even if I had some problem with my new life.
Changing country means to learn from scratch how to live and it was really funny! 🙂
In the last weeks I’ve tried to learn markdown and find a good plugin for WordPress to create new post using it: it was a long search since most of the plugins are not updated anymore or are not good at all, but finally I’ve found a good solution!
So seems that Google isn’t the only big company creating cool artistic stuff these days: Stackoverflow has just released a game very similar to the games we played in the past 8 bit era. Are you ready for Unikong?
Recently I’ve decided to change work and country and start a new life abroad.
Since I don’t have much to do at work right now (I can’t start new things while leaving), I’ve started to think about my new life: how can I improve it?
At the end of the week I’ll move to Eindhoven to start a new adventure with a Dutch company.
I’ll leave my current work, my family, my friends, my house. It’s a big change, but I know that once old I’ll be proud of myself.
Sometimes my company needs to hire new iOS Developer and, in the last year, I was responsible for the interviews. I’ve found a lot of articles regarding how to do the perfect interview and (increase possibilities to) be hired, but no one on how the interviewer should prepare himself.
What do you need to survive?