Join Mic, Jake, and Andrew as they kick of the new season with a deep-dive into OS X development, the similarities between OS X and iOS, and how easy it is to share code between the two. After that, Jake talks about some big changes he’s made recently and the positive impact they’ve had on his remote working habits.
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- OS X Development Tutorials – raywenderlich.com
- Mac OS X for iOS Developers CocoaHeads presentation – Andrew Madsen
- Cocoa Dev mailing list – Apple
- Implementing a Custom Slider – Mike Ash
- Pomodoro Technique – Wikipedia
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