An excellent blog from Brent Simmons, a Mac and iOS developer known for being one third of Q Branch, the creators of Vesper. Brent’s wealth of experience is evident in his informative and candid blog posts that cover a range of topics on development and life as an indie developer. In particular, it’s definitely worth reading his ‘Vesper Sync Diary’ that chronicles all the details and dilemmas encountered while building a sync system for Vesper. Brent’s blog is far from inessential for any iOS or Mac developer.
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