Coding for the iPhone

I've been working on my iPhone application again, it's been months, and I've been making good progress. Cocoa Touch and Objective-C are beginning to slowly sink into my thick skull, which is a very good thing. I have a bunch of experiences to share and I really need to sit down and write them up, with hopes is helps another poor Win32/C++/COM guy make the leap into Cocoa/Objective-C land.

Duct Tape, fixer of all things!What are some of the things I hope to talk about? Glad you asked. The application I'm working on is very table oriented. It's really about data collection, so I've formed some very good patterns for dealing with it. Another thing I'd like to address is my view of reference counting with Cocoa, from a COM developers perspective. I'd also like to dive into is comparing Win32/C++/COM to Objective-C/Cocoa to .NET/C#/pick a language. I think Apple used to have a leg up with Objective-C/Cocoa, now I honestly believe .NET may have the edge in the rapid development department.

Hopefully I'll get around to writing about it some day, but you never know, this tease may be the final word.

As of this writing it's still my goal to become a full time Objective-C/Cocoa/Mac/iPhone developer, that's how much I'm enjoying the experience.

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