A chapter a day....
As part of my iOS game goal I have to learn objective-c, I have a book to read and learn objective-c but it has a lot of chapters in it I worked out today that if i wanted to complete my goal I will need to complete(read and do exercises) a chapter a day. So I am on it each day after I have completed a chapter I will put the work on github.
My Detailed Plan
Ok its time for my detailed plan, broken into 5 parts here is the summary(I will keep the details secret) Submit Idea to bright ideas - 22 June 2011 Learn objective-c (Read book and Build motivational App) - 31 July 2011 Build Prototype Get graphics and add paid content Release app to App store (register company and domain) The first one is done now for part 2.
So it was you all along Telstra Clear (80029564...
I have been having a lot of trouble with the PSN store and downloading games over 2GB(they stop at 14% on the install) this has cost me a lot bandwidth(at least 80GB) trying to figure it out. I have rang sony they baimed Telstra Clear. I rang Telstra Clear they blaimed Sony and me. I have searched the internet and tried everything that I could find and its still not working. When on the...
Time to get going
I have been wanting to write an iOS game for some time not but as with life things always seem to get in the way and I keep putting it off off. I decided to do the inconceivable for me and read a self help book to try and find some tips on how to motivate myself. After looking on the internet for something that was not crap (I am looking at you “The Secret”) and based on actual...
jQuery a Quick Start
Chapter One Complete
I have just completed Chapter 1 of iPhone Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, I also fixed a bug that would occur when you clicked “Show Answer” before clicking “Show Question”. To try and work how this whole Coco thing I have been reading Cocoa Design Patterns on the train, it is a really good read and I can see it becoming in handy for my day job doing C#...
I have found a better book →
I have found a better book to get a handle of iPhone and Objective-C development very soon I will be the iPhone master, ma ha ha ha. Next: Read the book and do the first exercise.