By Adam Wulf on February 1, 2016
You might have seen it – @kkuchta christmas tree gif making the rounds these past holidays:
For a short story, that sums up my early experience with git with surprisingly accuracy!
For anyone else who’s struggled with git over the years, here’s a bit of my process to help me stay sane with git:
By Adam Wulf on July 20, 2015
There’s a thousand small things that I need to get done during the week. They’re only mildly the same week-to-week, and they all individually don’t take up much time at all, but together they eat far more of my productivity than they deserve. I’d found that I was spending far too much time context-switching between my real work – programming – and these other smaller tasks. Programming is the sort of job that doesn’t work well with small distractions, and these small tasks were eating far more of my time than they deserved. Something needed to change.
By Adam Wulf on July 13, 2015
There’s a good chance your iOS app includes a number of open source frameworks in its codebase, and Loose Leaf is no different. Many of these dependencies’ licenses require that you include a copy of the license in your final build. Some require other attribution or URLs. Even with just a few includes, it can quickly become difficult to manage.