Firing off the first tweet for
@PublicExtension on October 9th, 2015 was a rush. I was on the tail end of my batch at the Recurse Center, after having spent the previous quarter transitioning from an backend engineer to writing Swift every day. The goal was to regularly post extensions I’ve come up with, stumbled upon, or received from the community. In the span of a year, I collected 89 extensions, had countless conversations with the Core Team, and even represented the account at XOXO Festival.
Every day at a startup is an exercise in getting to tomorrow. Some days it’s easier, some days it’s harder, but if you don’t make it until tomorrow, there won’t be a next week, month, or year.
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05 May 2017, tagged: Apple, Go, iOS, Featured, Industry, Life Events, Productivity, Programming, Society, Swift
I recently re-discovered
UIKeyCommand while listening to
Caleb Davenport’s, podcast, Runtime. He’s also got a blog post which shows you exactly how simple it is to create
UIKeyCommand shortcuts for your app.