Over the weekend I ran into one of those situations where it felt like I had found a bug in a very commonly used portion of a very commonly used piece of software (jQuery). Of course, 99.99% of the time when that happens, I’m wrong, not the software.
Tag archive: Code
I was curious about writing browser extensions so I decided to put together a simple one for Google’s Chrome browser.
Occasionally while I’m trying to build an iOS app I’ll get this error when I try to run it:
“iOS Simulator failed to install the application”
…a new project.
For some reason when I’m away from home and sitting in a hotel, I often really want to code.
I enjoy the initial act of creating something much more than I enjoy the act of completing and deploying it. This has been the case pretty much since I started creating things. There’s a thrill for me in the initial exploration of an idea, the initial design of a piece of software or web site, and in learning how to use new tools or pieces of software to build the thing that I want to build.
I lose interest when it comes to polishing it and deploying it, though.