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A friend of ours – Kyoko Matsuoka – gave a very inspiring talk at TEDx Fukuoka. Her notion of building bridges – literally and figuratively – between diverse professions like architecture, design and technology points into a very exiting future for architecture. In the future, we will connect ourselves with architecture and learn about it, for example with the help of smartphones or other wearable computing hardware. As we connect, we also can interact directly with “architecture”: we can express our likings, our dissent or present ideas. Smart architecture can also “learn” from our feedback and…Continue Reading →
After we discussed the issue of indirect objects and Tweetflows in a recent blog post, we stumbled over an a webpage discussing the naming conventions of methods in Objective-C. A quote from the article:
Yes, Objective-C methods are made to read like sentences. They contain prepositions (something almost never seen in other languages), they contain type of the return parameter, they use full words instead of abbreviations.
The purpose is to make the method as quick to read as possible.
This is a good trade to make since you will read a method many times but only type it once…Continue Reading →