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PragPub

January 2010

Features

The Daily Shoot

by James Duncan Davidson

Duncan talks about The Daily Shoot, his and Mike Clark’s clever idea that is motivating hundreds of photographers to work at their craft every day.

Against SEMAT

by Jorge Aranda

You say you want a revolution? We’d all love to see the plan.

Touching the Core

by Marcus Zarra

Marcus walks you through using the NSFetchedResultsController, a powerful new class in the Core Data API that can make your iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac apps significantly richer.

Much Ado About Nothing

by Paolo Perrotta

Paolo plumbs the depths of nothingness to show the power of metaprogramming in Ruby.

Departments

Up Front

by Michael Swaine

Welcome to the first issue of PragPub for 2010.

Choice Bits

Tweets, posts, and chatter on programming and life.

Get a Life

by Daniel Steinberg

A different sort of log for the new year.

The Working Geek

by Andy Lester

Andy suggests some ways to make 2010 better in his monthly look at the working life of a techie.

Swaine’s World

by Michael Swaine

How I took off the cowboy hat and stepped away from the keyboard.

The Quiz

by Michael Swaine

A monthly diversion at least peripherally related to programming.

Calendar

by Jackie Carter

Author sightings, partner events, and other notable happenings.

Shady Illuminations

by John Shade

The man with the camera really is trying to capture your soul.

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