Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reclaiming a TimeMachine Volume’s Disk Space

A slight departure from the thing we all love doing (writing code) to a thing some of us may have to spend time on (system administration). We added a fourth Mac to our home network recently, and I wanted to get it backed up automatically. The solution was obvious: TimeMachine! I run a Linux server … Continue reading →

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Fast UITableView Scrolling with Network Image Load

This is an old and common thing to do in an iOS app. Doing it well — or at all — it turns out, is pretty easy, but perhaps not obvious.

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Are Your (Older) Apps Ready for iOS6?

I would hope this is obvious to anyone who’s been around the iOS eco-system during an iOS beta period: Make sure your apps will continue to work with the new release!

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