While still in college (go Broncos!), I teamed up with Alex (@slevenbits) to create a startup. We were young, inexperienced and naive. Our first project was called YippieMail and it was an email aggregator. Simply put, YippieMail could display all your webmail accounts (i.e.
WWDC 2019 was definitely the biggest event in the last few years. I was in the audience when Swift was announced in 2014, but I can say that this year is probably bigger than WWDC 2014.
At the time of writing, WWDC 2019 is drawing to a close. Like many iOS developers I’m slowly processing all the new information that Apple threw at us and will be trying to watch as many videos as I can in the coming weeks (and months!)
This post is a little out-dated. Hopefully I’ll have time to update it soon, but in the mean time check out the more comprehensive and up to date guide on context menus here. WWDC was a little insane this year.
When Henry James remarked, in his preface to “The Portrait of a Lady,” that “the house of fiction has . . . not one window, but a million,” he could not have anticipated the genre of fiction to which we have given the inexact term “science fiction.