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Learn the language: What code should you learn? (infographic)

"Learn the language: What code should you learn? (infographic)" http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/38536-learn-the-language-what-co SQL, Java, Ruby, Python and more – with so many programming languages in existence, which one should a would-be coder learn? It depends on its use, reveals a new infographic … Continue reading

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In pictures: The bank bailout – an illustrated history

Back in 2008…… Six years ago on Tuesday the government made the biggest financial decision in Irish history, guaranteeing the loans of Irish banks. The artist Fergal McCarthy looks back on the night and the events leading up to it

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“A few years ago, users of Internet services began to realize that when an online service is free, you’re…

"A few years ago, users of Internet services began to realize that when an online service is free, you’re not the customer. You’re the product."Not sure that everyone realises ;)

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Trinity College Yesterday morning #dublin #ireland

Trinity College Yesterday morning #dublin #ireland

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xinsight mobile development: Using a Repeating NSTimer in a UIViewController

Tricky timers…… Using a Repeating NSTimer in a UIViewController. 09 Jun 2011. I often find myself needing a repeating timer as part of a UIViewController . For example – in my recent app Cosmos Timer on the alert sound selection … Continue reading

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Blocks, Operations, and Retain Cycles

A good proof by example that even ARC is not always safe for memory. There’s been some great discussions in the iOS community lately about the pitfalls of Objective-C and things to watch out for while developing iOS apps.  One … Continue reading

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How Do I Declare A Block in Objective-C?

looking for a way to use blocks? How Do I Declare A Block in Objective-C? As a local variable: returnType (^blockName)(parameterTypes) = ^returnType(parameters) {…};. As a property: @property (nonatomic, copy) returnType (^blockName)(parameterTypes);. As a method parameter: – (void)someMethodThatTakesABlock:(returnType …

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UITextField format in xx-xx-xxx

A good tip to format the input of a textField I am using UITextField and i want that should take character in the format of xx-xx-xxx only numbers. any help ?

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Google Analytics for iOS | Ray Wenderlich

You have to use this to monitor what users are doing with your apps.It's a must have ! And it's free and does not ask you to provide your Apple ID or other sensible information. Learn how to add usage … Continue reading

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For iOS beginners: Without running this in XCode, what is the result of this: NSArray* itemArray = …

For iOS beginners:Without running this in XCode, what is the result of this: NSArray* itemArray = nil; NSArray *testArray = [NSArray arrayWithArray:itemArray]; if (testArray == nil) { NSLog(@"testArray == nil"); } else { NSLog(@"testArray not nil"); } 

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