She Didn’t Know What to Say

Freya was sick a couple of Saturdays ago, so we called the vet and grabbed the first appointment we could get. It’s always tough when a pet is sick, but Freya is probably the most difficult of all of the dogs we’ve had. She’s the most fearful at the vet’s office and a tough dog […]

Debug iOS Applications in Six Easy Steps

Need some background on how to debug iOS? I wrote this post for Raygun’s blog. In this tutorial, we’ll debug an iOS application with Apple’s Xcode. Xcode is a robust environment for developing and troubleshooting iOS applications. We’ll see how we can use it, alongside Raygun’s iOS Crash Reporting, to quickly address an application deficiency. […]

Getting Started Quickly With Swift Logging

Scalyr’s “Getting Started” blog series has covered a ton of different platforms and languages. I’ve had the privilege of writing a handful of the posts, and each one of them has been a lot of fun. This one is about logging with Apple’s Swift language. You can find the original post here. We’ve covered how […]

Should You Hold Spelling Errors Against Developers?

How do you feel about spelling errors in code? I wrote about them for SubMain on their blog. You’re checking out some code. It’s been a long time since you looked at this project. Or maybe it’s the first time. You point your editor at an interesting file name and double-click to open it. Your […]