Beware programmers carrying screwdrivers.
Beneath this fine sexy exterior beats the heart of a true scientist.
-Professor Harry Black, Evolution
By day I'm a network engineer, building solutions for enterprise and service provider customers worldwide.
But by night I try to branch out a bit more. Software development for iPhones and iPads and website design make me stare at a monitor for a bit too long. That's when I pick up my trusty camera and start snapping pictures: Landscapes, maternity, engagement, weddings, or just some candid portraits.
All that led me back to what I thought I was going to do way back in high school: make movies. I was given the opportunity to shoot a "how it's made" video for a local brewery and was reminded of the same magic that had me hooked years ago.
It all starts with Objective C.
Add a navigation controller, a sprinkle of table controllers, a database, a dash of singletons and you've got yourself an app going!
Stay tuned for upcoming projects.
Many fields can benefit from organizing and making available data online. There are still many markets just waiting to come online and not only simplify workloads but create a better customer experience.
I don't have the best of luck with Android devices, but I finally picked up Android Studio and gave it a go. It has a few drawbacks but also a few benefits over XCode. Still a lot to learn!
With a Mogo G4 in hand, I can finally write apps for the rest of the world!
It's only a tiny portion of the world of IoT, but I recently got an Arduino micro-controller!
Let's see what we can make with some wires, sensors, and magic smoke.