Tag: programming

Bitfountain teaches iOS Development by Building Real Applications

Folks who want to get into programming iOS apps often start with the basics of C/C++ and move onto Objective-C. This delves into the Cocoa programming library for building any type of Apple program. Another route is Swift which offers a similar programming environment for mobile developers. The only issue is finding the time to…

RubyDay Conf on November 13th in Turin, Italy

An Italian yearly exclusive is the RubyDay conference hosted in Italy each year. This is the best place to meet incredible Ruby programmers located all over Italy and even parts of Europe. In 2015 RubyDay runs on November 13th in Turin. The conference schedule is posted online with full details about talks, workshops, and snack…

Find high-quality Programming Tutorials on Hackr.io

It often requires effort to search around and find just the right tutorial to fill your void. And it’s never an easy task to learn if the writer or instructor doesn’t teach properly. But there is a way to cut down on the amount of time required for finding quality tutorials. Hackr.io is a free…

A Job Board for Remote Programming & IT Gigs

Countless job boards focus on topics ranging from design to development, but most of them mix results for part-time and full-time work. An interesting website named Remotejobs actually focuses solely on remote work. This can include all forms of programming for desktop software, mobile applications, or web development. You’ll also find general tech/engineering jobs as…

Swift Summit in San Francisco runs October 29th-30th

Swift programmers are a small yet growing group of people building on top of Apple’s dev platform. The Swift page has lots of info from Apple’s official team, but it’s ultimately a way of building apps. Now the Swift Summit conference offers a way for Swift programmers to get together and compare notes, so to…

PocketSquare is a Portfolio site for Developers

The homepage for PocketSquare is an encouraging sight for developers. With so many existing portfolio sites for designers it’s nice to finally have a place made for showcasing code and dev projects. PocketSquare is completely free to use and sign up. Once you get in you’ll be able to share your own code snippets, samples,…

12 Blogs To Help Designers Learn Web Development

It is rare to find a talented web designer that is just as proficient at web development. Obviously, one can be successful at specializing in design only, but a web designer can only benefit from having a better understanding of what is going on behind the scenes.

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