Category Archives: development

Xcode error 0xE8000001, can’t install iPhone applications

I was having a wild time on Friday night – I was drinking [smoothie] and making some sweet advances on the hot [uni] body [MacBook] that was resting next to me.  Yes – I was making small breakthroughs in iPhone coding.  Okay, so maybe it wasn’t THAT wild on Friday night, but I have a […]
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iPhone coding tutorial: Hello world!

In this tutorial I will walk you through the creation of a Hello World application.  I know that Apple already has a Hello World! sample that you can look at, but if you’re just getting started that’s not enough of a walk through to show you what’s going on. This will be more than just […]
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MIX09 10K smart coding challenge

If you haven’t already submitted your code for the Mix09 10K smart coding challenge then you better get on it.  There are quite a few Silverlight applications here so if you’re looking for what people can do with a few lines of code go check it out.  Even if you don’t code you should go […]
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In preparation for Macworld expo 2008: developer podcasts

In preparation for the Macworld expo I’ve been brushing up on all things Apple. As a developer, the first thing that caught my attention was the Mac Developer Roundtable podcast series. Be sure to have a listen!
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iPhone development: memory management

Coming from Microsoft’s .NET environment, the first the thing that really frustrated me when I was trying to develop in Objective C 2.0 was the garbage collection. It felt like I was going “back to basics” with memory management. Honestly, this hurdle at first glance seems like a large hurdle to jump, but as I […]
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