Showing posts from December, 2016

XCODE and a CI that doesn’t suck

Apple makes great hardware and good software. The latest part in the shape of an SDK, saves hundreds of hours when you walk the same exact path they THOUGHT you would walk without their guidance. The second that you look funny to another way of doing the same exact thing, you run into these situations that your dev peers reply with “it works on my machine”. Now, you are on your own. The more you scout the net armed of will, frustration, coffee and Google the more you dig deep your grave. As for every random attempt that original peeking in the dusk becomes your early death and your dev environment will be soon a Phoenix coming back from the ashes, with a new installation. There’s also another issue. XCode provides a great CI experience if you stay aligned with the same matching version of the If your project cannot move on, right away, the folks at Apple don’t see that as a problem. Internally they don’t have this problem so they can’t foresee or hear your pain… That

10/10/10 Rule.

Image The 10/10/10 Rule For Tough Decisions - Fast Company - Pocket It’s easy to lose perspective when we’re facing a thorny dilemma. Blinded by the particulars of the situation, we’ll waffle and agonize, changing our mind from day to day. Perhaps our worst enemy in resolving these conflicts is short-term emotion, which can be an unreliable adviser. It’s worth applying rules as much as to break them all.