Friday, June 5, 2009

Mike Ash's Blog

I've been following Mike Ash's (of Rogue Amoeba) Friday Q&A blog postings for quite some time now, but don't think I've actually posted about it before. I have been remiss - if you're interested in becoming a power Objective-C programmer, you should be subscribing to Mike's RSS feed and reading his posts religiously. He gets into the guts of the runtime and covers lot of stuff you should know, but can be difficult to learn from the official documentation.


hjaltij said...

I'm loving his friday posts. Not so many blogs that go as deep as he does. You are also doing a great job!

frameworker said...

An Epistemological Backstop

Mike's contributions on Cocoa-dev have been awesome* as well! Over the past year, Mike has shown a mastery of the subject in his many posts. If I don't read anything else on Cocoa-dev, I read those.

* This term has been worn thin from overuse, but I can't think of a more appropriate adjective to describe Mike's achievment.

Jeff LaMarche said...

Frameworker - I imagine his contributions have been wonderful. I must admit that I haven't been able to keep up with Cocoa-dev since I started the first book. Too many messages to get through these day, though I still find the searchable archives to be one of the absolute best Cocoa resources.