There may even be a few good reasons for you wanting to obfuscate your code. Perhaps you don’t […]
is Swift somehow superior to Objective-C? Or is it a second-class language for macOS? Do those questions have any meaning at all?
It’s time to think of summer: that means macOS 10.13, APFS, and the future of scripting. Is Swift a suitable language?
Swift Playgrounds brings programming to the iPad. But for whom – the student, improver, or developer?
APLX, the OS X implementation of one of the oldest and most controversial computer languages, is no more. Long live Dyalog APL for OS X.
Which of the friendly IDEs supports the creation of apps with ‘proper’ interfaces?
A personal selection of some excellent and fascinating programming environments for OS X.
We who forge words into documents lack anything as powerful as Illustrator or Photoshop are to graphics.
If the designers of Go and Rust had read the work of Sapir and Whorf, they would have realised that to accomplish real change in programming requires greater change in the language used.
Like the moth which flies miles to contact an irresistible lantern, only to die in its flame, the C languages continue to draw programmers to their nemesis.