Today I was listing to a new episode of the Radical Personal Finance which is called “Spending money to save money”.
Since starting my work as a professional iOS developer i’ve become more and more fond with just using the terminal. Wether it’s a ninety-days git-via-terminal challenge or simply trying to become a keyboard-ninja: there are things only the terminal can do.
During a code-review of a newly implemented listing screen our team encountered an implementation of a UITableViewCell subclass which featured IBOutlet updating using the didSet-closure.
I’m currently researching a way to setup a personal wiki to outsource some information from my brain. While database-driven wikis like MediaWiki are interesting i prefer file-based cms because of their sheer simplicity. That’s what brought my attention to wiki cms like GitHub Gollum.
Sometimes the world moves too fast for me. There’s Twitter here, Facebook there, a great article opened in a browser tab and 138 unread Slack messages in another tab.
For those that don’t know: I left Facebook about 5 years ago. Back then, Facebook had shifted from people actually posting stuff that’s remotely interesting (changes in their lives, discussions about politics, etc) to people posting only their current food, or how they currently feel.