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When to use properties & dot notation

I listened to a recent episode of the cocoaFusion: podcast about properties and dot notation today. There were a few interesting points brought up, but I felt a couple of the most important reasons to use @property declarations and dot notation weren’t addressed. The biggest reason I see to use a different notation for both […]

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Apple TV 2.0.1

A new version of the Apple TV software is available! And what’s more, after updating to Apple TV 2.0.1, I found that I can actually use my YouTube favorites and subscriptions on my Apple TV! This is great, because I mark videos that I’ll want to watch again as favorites, and I have a number […]

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Dr. Kiki teaches us to say “Theobroma Cacao”

Dr. Kiki Sanford teaches us on her latest Food Science podcast about chocolate how to definitively pronounce Theobroma Cacao.

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LLVM Developers’ Meeting 2007-05

The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure is a great technology that came out of the computer science research community and can be used to develop extensible compiler platforms. Among other things, it provides a platform-independent assembly and object code (the “low level virtual machine” that its name is taken from), and a great object-oriented compilation, linking, optimization […]

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