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iOS developer since 2009; App Store featured (twice) & Editor's Choice; open source contributor
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I have been writing Objective-C (and now Swift) professionally since 2009. Before that, I contributed to Adium on the Mac. I currently work on Imgur for iOS. My professional career has always involved taking an existing codebase and building it up to be extensible and maintainable. I've mentored many junior developers through the years from just starting to moderately experienced. iOS is a very tactile experience, and building a good user experience is one of the most important things you can do. Using the right technologies — almost always UICollectionView for some reason — can make the job a lot easier when applied the right way.
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I have been writing Objective-C—and now Swift—recreationally and now professionally since around 2006. I haven't touched Mac in ages, so I couldn't provide much help there, but I've got extensive experience with all the various nooks and crannies of UIKit and Foundation.
UILabel subclass which allows tapping on certain substrings/links, powered by NSAttributedStrings.
Converts Strings into NSAttributedStrings using an HTML-like markup language without requiring HTML semantics.