Month: May 2016

Sometimes developing on a live backend is a royal pain in the ass, Yorkshire pudding included with gravy from lost puppy’s caramelized souls. Time goes by with an inability to get proper work done while waiting for this or that …

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I have been coding in Swift to the dulcet tunes of Françoise all afternoon. While it’s a little campy and sugary sweet most of the time, it smoothed me out and allowed some tedious stuff to happen pretty naturally and without …

Françoise Madeleine Hardy Read More »

If you’re interested in a singleton pattern for Swift, consider this solution. Personally I find singleton classes something that can easily be avoided and their intent should be obvious. Just implement it once on your own. If someone decides to …

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She has arrived and here is my quick review on this Parnis homage to Panerai. The watch arrived in a decent black pleather long box with white stitching. Not too bad as I was expecting to see a ziplock bag …

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Update: After more than a month, I was re-imbursed and then charged again for the watch and received a tracking number that works. Whether two will arrive or it was never actually shipped to begin with I’ll probably never know. …

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If you’ve made the decision to invest in consumer electronic products empowered with Bose SoundTouch technology, congratulations! If you’ve also adopted the Apple ecosystem of products and own an Apple Watch, I’ve discovered something you might find interesting. On the …

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