On Inauguration Day, January 20, 2017, I was doing my best to ignore the proceedings in Washington when my friend called to joke about it all. While Kash is a Canadian citizen, his family is from Pakistan and he's a Muslim. We hadn't had a chance to talk much during
Throughout this awful US election season, I've been talking a lot of trash about Donald Trump, and justifiably so. There's plenty of documentation to support what makes him a repugnant human being, and there's no sense in covering it more. The fact is, the people of the United States elected
It's Sunday morning and I'm reflecting on my failures. A few minutes ago I removed Magpie from the App Store, bringing to an end yet another in a long series of experiments that validate the hypothesis: Does Aaron know how to fail? Oh hells yeah, Aaron knows how to fail.
I just read Brian Gilham's piece, You Don't Need a Computer Science Degree, which simply makes the point that prospective iOS developers (or let's face it, any developer) don't need a computer science degree to become successful in this field. As the holder of a bachelor's degree in English and
I've spent most of the past decade with a near-maniacal, laser-guided focus on one ambition: to become an indie software developer. It officially kicked off after seeing Daniel Jalkut give a talk at C4 in 2007. Success hasn't turned out to be exactly what I thought, though it would be