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When you embed your root viewController into a NavigationController, your sub ViewControllers automatically get a title bar. But they don’t get any Nav bar items. To add something like a Welcome button for back navigation drag out a Navigation Item And drop it into the middle of the navbar. Same for a button. Only a […] [...]

You can drag around the little arrow from one VC to the other. Or your can select the little checkbox in the menu titled ‘Is Initial View Controller’ near the top on the right hand side. [...]

Being new to Optionals, sometimes I struggle for good examples on where and when to use them. Here’s an example I link that show how one could use an Optional to model an AccountBalance. Both the ledger and overdraftLimit are let’s (meaning once assigned they can’t be changed). But the overdraftLimit is also an Optional […] [...]

CollabNet VersionOne has been interviewing some of the agile movement’s greatest leaders. The publication of the State of Agile Report each year gets us thinking about the adoption of agile, which organizations are using it and how they are applying the methodology. The survey looks into why folks are using agile and how it is helping teams develop better software at speed. Last time we spoke with Dean Leffingwell from Scaled Agile. This week, we’ve posed many of the same questions to Sanjiv Aug [...]

We have been spending some time on the blog these past few weeks interviewing some of the “greats” of agile — people who have shaped the agile movement with their ideas and leadership. Hearing from these agile coaches, teachers, speakers and authors helps reveal where the industry is headed next, and has shed light on the value of the findings of the State of Agile Report, put on by VersionOne annually. Today CollabNet VersionOne shares Q&A with Scott Ambler, agile coach and one of the devel [...]

We have been spending some time on the blog these past few weeks interviewing some of the “greats” of agile — people who have shaped the agile movement with their ideas and leadership. Hearing from these agile coaches, teachers, speakers and authors helps reveal where the industry is headed next, and has shed light on the value of the findings of the State of Agile Report, put on by VersionOne annually. Today CollabNet VersionOne shares Q&A with Scott Ambler, agile coach and one of the devel [...]

CollabNet VersionOne has been interviewing some of the agile movement’s greatest leaders. The publication of the State of Agile Report each year gets us thinking about the adoption of agile, which organizations are using it and how they are applying the methodology. The survey looks into why folks are using agile and how it is helping teams develop better software at speed. Last time we spoke with Dean Leffingwell from Scaled Agile. This week, we’ve posed many of the same questions to Sanjiv Aug [...]

For years VersionOne has taken its role seriously in furthering agile research for the betterment of the software development industry. The State of Agile Report is one great example. For 12 years straight we’ve surveyed practitioners, IT leaders, executives and everyone in between to find out who is using agile, how they are using it and why. This is just one way the company has historically contributed to the software development community. In order to deliver products or services that will tr [...]

A discussion of my personal values in the light of way too many 'well-reasoned' but mistaken notions on diversity. [...]

A chapter from 'Software Development, How I'd do it'. [...]

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