Saturday, January 30, 2010

Doing the best you can

Thursday, January 28, 2010

iPad, iPhone and Flash

I have the feeling that Flash support will soon come to both iPhone and iPad. I am saying so because I find it unacceptable for a device such as iPad to lack Flash support.
But, as Apple wants common development practices for both iPhone and iPad, then Flash support will also come to iPhone!

what do you think?

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Pixma MP640 from Epson :)

Thursday, January 21, 2010 is alive!!!

You can find it here.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

My 2010 Wish-List

  • Buy a CISCO router for home
  • Write 2 successful apps for the (Apple) App store
  • Find a UNIX Sys Admin job
  • Find a job as an iPhone (or maybe iTablet...) developer

Boot Camp: iMac (27-inch, Late 2009)

This link from Apple talks about what to do if a black screen appears when installing Microsoft Windows 7 on an iMac (27-inch, Late 2009) using Boot Camp.

Just in case you need it.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Come see our latest creation!

27 January 2010.

Monday, January 11, 2010

CISCO 877 default IP address

I was given a CISCO 877 router to setup. As Macs do not have a serial port, the only way to connect is using an ethernet port.

The problem was "which is the default IP address of the router?". After searching a little I found the answer: (netmask:

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Stanford CS 193P returns!

The Stanford CS 193P iPhone Application Programming course returns and now covers iPhone 3.0. It will also be available from iTunes!

"This is our preliminary syllabus. Details may change as we go along.

1/5 - Intro to Mac OS X, Cocoa Touch, Objective-C and Tools
1/7 - Using Objective-C, Foundation objects

1/12 - Custom classes, memory management, properties
1/14 - MVC, Interface Builder, Controls & target-action

1/19 - Views, Animation, Open GL
1/21 - View Controllers

1/26 - Navigation Controllers, Tab Bar Controllers, Searching
1/28 - Table Views

2/2 - Dealing with Data: User defaults/Settings, CoreData, JSON & XML, Push
2/4 - Threading, Notifications, KVC

2/9 - Text, Responders, Modal Views
2/11 - Address Book

2/16 - WebViews, MapKit
2/18 - Multitouch, Gestures

2/23 - Device APIs: Location, Accelerometer, Compass, Battery life
2/25 - Audio playback, Video playback, Image/Video Picker, iPod Media Access

3/2 - Bonjour, streams, networking, GameKit
3/4 - Unit testing, Objective-C fun, localization

3/9 - TBD
3/11 - TBD"

Saturday, January 2, 2010

iStat Pro and new iMacs

One of my favorite Widgets (iStat Pro) does not work properly with my new iMac.

More specifically, the network part of the Widget does not show any activity!
I will let you know when I get an updated version of iStat Pro that fixes the problem.

Orba iPhone game

You can find the game here.
Notice: once you install it, you will play with it all the time.