For the best part of the past ten years, I’ve been a software developer, with the majority of that time building .NET applications. Microsoft has a platform that enables languages such as C# to be incredibly powerful, constantly evolving, and expressive, yet easy to read and follow. Technologies such as ASP.NET MVC, WebAPI and EntityFramework remove much of the complexity from the developer, allowing them to concentrate on their primary tasks — building and releasing software.
Recently, I was given the opportunity to cross-train, learn and contribute to judo’s iOS native SDKs. Given the above, I surprised myself with how quickly I jumped at the chance. I’ve been working with the SDK team for just over a month now, below are some initial thoughts from my jump to the ‘other’ side.
Apple has come a long way since the Apple I. With the release of the new iPhone 6 range, we want to have a look back at some of the most memorable moments in the company’s history – from its first computer to the new Apple Pencil.