Just a reminder: I keep my list of Apple Push Notification Service Gateways up-to-date.
You can find it on my blog here.
I was in Reading UK last week to attend the NSConference 2010. I will not write a full report of what happened there, because others will do that better.
The only thing I want to say is:if you want to improve your skills in Cocoa, for Mac, iPhone or iPad, you should go: you’ll have the best speakers, the best organization you can dream of. And you will come back with new contacts, new ideas, new code to try.
You can (should) read Alex Repty report here.
The other day, I had to write a PHP script that reads a csv file of addresses and outputs the longitude and latitude of every address in the file.
Since I haven’t done a lot of PHP recently, I had to look in the documentation for the function that reads a file into an array because I couldn’t remember the name.
Found via the Macintosh Software Business Mailing List:
From the site: “One of the most common complaints from Mac indies is finding someone to work with. As small as the community is, this can be difficult; as it grows larger, it becomes even harder to keep track.”
My Profile at MacYenta: http://www.macyenta.com/profile/2106