Sculpting Software Animation – Pasquale D’Silva – Medium
Designing animation is sculpting time. Timing is critical. If you don’t consider animation timing, you’re not designing animation.
20 days ago
I was Jordan Peterson’s strongest supporter. Now I think he’s dangerous | The Star
A former UofT colleague examines the bestselling author’s increasingly controversial positions and concludes in an opinion piece that Jordan Peterson is using fear to unleash ‘dark desires’
23 days ago
Running Xcode Playgrounds on Travis CI - Flight School
Xcode Playgrounds are a great way to share sample code.
They allow you to communicate ideas effectively
without getting bogged down in implementation details.
The question is:
how do you ensure that things continue to work
with each new version of Swift and platform SDKs?
25 days ago
The Subtle Sexism Of Your Open Plan Office
A remarkable new study documents the experiences of women in an open office designed by men.
25 days ago
I Don’t Know How to Waste Time on the Internet Anymore
The other day, I found myself looking at a blank address bar in a new tab of my web browser. I wanted to waste time, but … I didn’t know how.
26 days ago
Extending your modules using a plugin architecture – Tyrone Michael Avnit – Medium
Breaking your app up into modules has many benefits and it is extremely easy to achieve with Xcode using workspaces or Cocoapods. Whether you are working with feature teams or you have a set of…
4 weeks ago
Touch ID and Face ID on iOS · Michael Brown
Introduction Adding support for Touch ID and Face ID to your app is not always completely straightforward, especially given that the documentation from Apple on. Keychain, Secure Enclave
4 weeks ago
The Velocity of Skill Development: How Brazil Develops Football Players
Traditional practice allows for players to improve in the most common situations. Brazil, however, takes a different approach. Not only does it rapidly increase skill development, it encourages creativity.
4 weeks ago
Implementing Night Mode | Late Night Swift
Post #1 of Late Night Swift! We’re kicking things off by looking into building Night Mode, an ever important feature as more and more people use their devices at night.
4 weeks ago
Can Alberta have it both ways on carbon pricing? | The Star
A strategy to reduce demand for fossil fuels by pricing carbon and letting the market sort it out means oil will continue to flow through pipelines as long as there is demand for it, Gillian Steward writes.
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4 weeks ago
Why a ban on plastic straws sucks - Macleans.ca
Peter Shawn Taylor: Despite becoming the latest environmental supervillains straws are not to blame for polluting oceans, beaches or cities
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4 weeks ago
Is GraphQL The Future? - Artsy Engineering
I have seen the future, and it looks a lot like GraphQL. Mark my words: in 5
years, newly minted full-stack app developers won’t be debating RESTfu...
5 weeks ago
Life Calendar (24in x 36in) - Wait But Why Store
From the post Your Life in Weeks: "We tend to feel locked into whatever life we’re living, but this pallet of empty boxes can be absolutely whatever we want it to be. Everyone you know, everyone you admire, every hero in history—they did it all with that same grid of empty boxes.The boxes can also be a reminder that li
5 weeks ago
Fighting that empty feeling
Naheed Nenshi on the business of rebuilding Calgary after the bust
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5 weeks ago
The Laws of Core Data | Dave DeLong
In my conversations with developers, I’ve heard a pretty common theme from them that “Core Data is hard” or “Core Data is buggy” or “I could never get it to work right and gave up on it”.
5 weeks ago
MacDougall: Tories missing chance to play hero — for the environment and taxpayers | Ottawa Citizen
Hey, have you heard the latest from the Conservatives about Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax?I’m kidding. Of course you have. By this point, anyone could parrot the Tory talking points. (To save you a Google: They’re against it.
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5 weeks ago
Both the NDP and UCP support a price on carbon. It's time we admit it. - Macleans.ca
It may sound odd, especially in today’s highly polarized Alberta, but Jason Kenney and Rachel Notley have more in common when it comes to carbon pricing than most realize
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5 weeks ago
Swift Tip: First Class Functions · objc.io
objc.io publishes books on advanced techniques and practices for iOS and OS X development
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5 weeks ago
The Other North Shore Presented by Body Glove | SURFER Magazine
Waves along Lake Superior's frozen Northern Coast can be just as good as any found in the ocean. Just don't expect surfing them to be easy. Words by Justin Housman, Photos by Grant Ellis
5 weeks ago
Why Jason Kenney is now defying Alberta social conservatives: he'd rather win - Macleans.ca
The UCP leader is skating past divisive resolutions on abortion and gay-straight alliances delegates approved at their founding convention
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5 weeks ago
Jason Kenney is reaping what he sowed with Alberta's social conservatives - Macleans.ca
Jen Gerson: The UCP leader finds himself in a corner he designed, built and painted, shrugging off the wishes of members he drew to the party in the first place
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5 weeks ago
Your Life in Weeks - Wait But Why
All the weeks in a human life shown on one chart.
6 weeks ago
Wall Shelving Brackets BIG Version Pair / Équerres Pour
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6 weeks ago
It's Electric! — Bound For Nowhere
Who's ready to dive into the nitty gritty of our electrical set up? If you're not, Pikachu will show you the door.
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7 weeks ago
why.md
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
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7 weeks ago
What makes Quebec such an outlier on child care?
Specific political and social conditions set Quebec on the path to becoming a leader in child care. What’s kept the other provinces from following suit?
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7 weeks ago
Swift Link Preview – leocardz.com
I gotta confess that I got obsessed on trying to port my first Link Preview project to other platforms. I made it! First to Android, then a reboot using newer technologies and now it’s on Swift…
7 weeks ago
Reconsidering the Hardware Kindle Interface – Craig Mod – Medium
I’ve been using Kindles on and off ever since they launched. Our relationship has been contentious but I’ve always been seduced or re-seduced by their potential. At their best, they are beautiful…
8 weeks ago
How To Make A Blanket Ladder With No Tools | Apartment Therapy
The perfect place to hang your blankets, at a fraction of the cost.
8 weeks ago
Castle parks to get a thrilling new adventure | Alberta.ca
Alberta Parks is developing a world-class, backcountry hut-to-hut system in Castle Wildland Provincial Park in partnership with the Alpine Club of Canada.  | Alberta.ca
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How to run sysdiagnose on iOS · Jesse Squires
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Tyblog | Building my ideal router for $50
A walkthrough of building a custom router with economy hardware and open source software with many features and capabilities.
8 weeks ago
Episode #12: Tagged
We typically model our data with very general types, like strings and ints, but the values themselves are often far more specific, like emails and ids. We'll explore how this can lead to subtle runtime bugs and how we can strengthen these types in an ergonomic way using several features new to Swift 4.1.
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8 weeks ago
Simplifying UICollectionViewFlowLayout Delegate Method usage with Functional Programming
Daniel Tull is a freelance developer from Bristol, UK, working on iOS and Mac apps for clients such as Sky, BBC, Tesco and Gok Wan.
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9 weeks ago
How To Design Emotional Interfaces For Boring Apps — Smashing Magazine
When your product deals with repetitive tasks, it’s hard to keep users excited about it. That’s where UI comes into play. Let's talk about elements that make an interface more emotional.
9 weeks ago
Data Laced with History: Causal Trees & Operational CRDTs — Archagon Was Here
Alexei's pile o'stuff, featuring writing on software development, travel, photography, and more.
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9 weeks ago
Building a Peer-to-Peer Whiteboarding App for iPad – BPXL Craft – Medium
How we approached the technical challenges of real-time collaboration in our peer-to-peer whiteboarding app for iPad.
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9 weeks ago
Episode #11: Composition without Operators
While we unabashedly promote custom operators in this series, we understand that not every codebase can
adopt them. Composition is too important to miss out on due to operators, so we want to explore some
alternatives to unlock these benefits.
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9 weeks ago
We need a common sense climate policy
Key climate policy issues are Canada’s vulnerability in energy and trade, the lack of Canadian carbon research, and our comparative advantage in carbon.
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10 weeks ago
Canadian exceptionalism in attitudes toward immigration
In spite of our shortcomings, amid hostility in some countries toward immigrants, in Canadian communities millions of people are quietly getting along.
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10 weeks ago
No good reason for military deal with Philippines
Almost everything President Duterte stands for is diametrically opposed to Canadian values and international law. Canada was right to review chopper deal.
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10 weeks ago
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