There are several different trains of thought when it comes to software “nagging” users about updates. Naturally, I want to talk a bit about how this works in the open-source developer tools world.Read More
Today, I watched my best friends graduate college. University of Chicago, class of 2017. Bachelors of Arts and Science. I’m just starting to appreciate just how lucky I was to have them. They were my first real group of friends.Read More
I grew up hearing the phrase “never again”. As a young Jewish boy, those two words embodied how I understood justice. It meant that we’d learn from the atrocities of the past, and do my part to ensure they wouldn’t happen on my watch.
Right now, that very idea of justice is under attack.Read More
These ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are supposed to be about repentance for transgressions against other people. Yom Kippur is only about atonement for sins against god (or yourself, depending on your understand of things). It’s so cathartic to just write out the things you’ve done in a year you’re sorry for, and to let people know that you want their forgiveness.
In that vein, al cheyt:Read More
This is the talk I gave at NSSpain 2016
The Road to CocoaPods 1.0
I’ve been CocoaPods’ lead developer for the past couple of years, and today I’m going to tell the story of CocoaPods 1.0.Read More