This isn’t a post to teach the basics of unit testing on iOS. It’s designed for people who already write unit tests, but aren’t sure if they’re doing it right.
I wrote a blog post for InsideN26 magazine: A More Diverse iOS Community.
It’s about our efforts at N26 towards increasing gender diversity within the Berlin iOS community.
This is a 3 part series about my recent job hunting experience in Berlin. I’ve definitely lead more interviews than I’ve taken, so these tips come from both sides of the interview panel.
A dicsussion about whether you really want to build that big, fat initializer.
General advice for when and how to hide features behind a toggle.
An experiment with protocol extensions that goes frustratingly wrong.
A few thoughts on our first step towards a Swift codebase.
Answers to some simple questions about how to handle dates and times across timezones.
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