Welcome to iOS Brain

Stayed tuned as we get our infrastructure together. We’ll be publishing information, tutorials, news, tips, workarounds, reviews, etc., of all things iOS. Look for articles on developing iOS apps using Xcode, Interface Builder, Objective-C, Swift, Adaptive Layout, Auto Layout, and more. Related technologies like Git, BitBucket, GitHub, Photoshop, and Sketch will also be covered.

Don’t be surprised if we go off on tangents into subjects like object-oriented programming, debugging, Agile, Test-Driven Development, Continuous Integration, and more.

Thanks for checking in!

Author: Andrew Jaffee

Avid and well-published author, software engineer, designer, and developer, now specializing in iOS mobile app development in Objective-C and Swift, but with a strong background in C#, C++, .NET, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, jQuery, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Agile, Test Driven Development, Git, Continuous Integration, Responsive Web Design, blah, blah, blah ... Did I miss any fad-based catch phrases? My brain avatar was kindly provided by http://icons8.com under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.

One thought on “Welcome to iOS Brain”

  1. Andrew,

    Hello and thanks for the heads up on your blog about iOS App development which I found in one of the LinkedIn groups we share. Looks like an excellent source for developers, would be or otherwise, to learn more about the process. Perhaps, with your permission, I can showcase your blog on my site in the “Articles” section and drive some traffic your way as well. Have you considered an App for your blog? If so, I’d like to talk about that as well.

    Another reason to reach out and say hello is; I was curious if you’d like to look at a new platform I’m building that inadvertently, will help drive traffic and hopefully downloads for App Developers which is fairly well targeted and at a price they choose. It’s rather new and unique and I’d like to get your thoughts on the concept and see if you think it’s a good idea.

    If you’d like to preview what I’m talking about, go to our site and click on “the Sponsored Apps” tab at the top of the right hand side of the page and then click on “Want to See How This Works” in red below the word “Developers.” It’ll give you a high level view but I’d still like to discuss it if you’re interested.

    I look forward to hearing back from you and I’ll say thanks in advance for your time.

    Kind Regards,

    John Oelze

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