Xcode and its projects are not as flexible as they could be, which makes it hard for companies to optimize their workflows and processes. In this post I'll a...
With technology everywhere, we don't have control over it anymore. It's learnt how to hook us and keep us using it.
Because sometimes Xcode cannot install your apps, and you have to figure out why.
I sat down after work and thought about some things that have been in my mind for some time. I wrote them in this blog post that if I have to summarize it, i...
A retrospective on what 2017 has been
In this post I introduce a new tool I've been working on Sake. Sake is the Swift version of Make. It allows you to automate tasks in your projects.
In this post I make a reflexion around the impact Internet is having in our brains.
In this post I talk about a tool I've been working on that allows you to check the state of your Xcode projects, finding missing references and duplicated fi...
I analyze in this post why some decisions that we make in our projects might turn into bad viruses that spread all over the code base.
This post presents some elementary concepts of how Xcode projects are structured, and introduces an structural approach to build modular Xcode apps.