Monthly Archives: June 2011

The best talk at WWDC 11

I was happy to see that Apple had recently posted all the session videos from WWDC online, available for free to Apple developers. It’s great that they do this, because a lot of us *cough* aren’t able to attend for one reason or another, but we still want to know what’s going on. One talk […]

The Pulse Eng Blog: New Speed Analysis Tool

I just added a new tool to the moriarty library for app speed analysis. I wrote this tool while working at Pulse, so the post is on the Pulse Eng blog. Check it out. Some background: A few months ago I had the opportunity to contribute to the Pulse news reader app. This is a […]

Working with ssh

This post contains a few quick and useful facts about using ssh from OS X’s terminal. ssh is an extraordinarily useful shell tool for logging in to, and getting a shell on a remote machine. You generally use it like this: $ ssh username@remoteserver.com At which point, you’re prompted for a password. Which brings me […]