Curious corners of Swift

There’s a weird niche feature of Swift that lets you use didSet on local variables. I found that you can use it to hide implementation details when calling Closure blocks similar to those you would use for a Domain-Specific Language. Read more →

Our WWDC keynote party (in ENGLAND)

We’re having a WWDC Keynote party in England, with free ? + ?. Read more →

iOS development is exciting

The pace of change, the reliable yearly cycles, they are hard to keep up with. However I just can’t deny that iOS dev is also consistently exciting. You know there’s cool new stuff coming all … Read more →

Bitcode. I just don’t buy it.

So Bitcode is all about little optimisations? Yeah, right. Read more →

Interview – “Revealed: Soundproof”

The good people at Itty Bitty Apps interviewed me about Soundproof and how we use the excellent Reveal app to debug and design these elements.
[You can find the interview here](http://revealapp.com/blog/revealed-soundproof.html) Read more →