Reactions to Apple events are generally either 'that's crazy' or 'that's boring', and reactions to yesterday's were definitely on the 'boring' side. There's certainly a bit of housekeeping (new Apple watch bands, say), but actually, I think there are two things that are pretty important.
The always entertaining Erica Sadun wrote an article on her blog yesterday about code indentation styles, titled “Swift Style: Are you a 4-denter?”. There was a flurry of replies on Twitter as others playfully chimed in.
I liked Daredevil Season 2 a lot. I didn’t like it quite as much as Season 1, but it was always going to be impossible to find someone to live up to Vincent D’Onofrio’s take on Wilson Fisk (who still effortlessly steals the few scenes he gets this season).
This post originally appeared on the Appbot Blog. Feature requests, bug reports, wants, needs, nice to haves but what to build next? As product managers we are overwhelmed by all these on a daily basis.
The first time I look at a legacy project, I scan for warning signs. I’ve covered singletons, excessive observers, and today I’ll talk about “Manager” classes. I have to reiterate these are guidelines, not rules, and among guidelines, this one isn’t critical.