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  • Genre:COMPUTERS
  • SubGenre:Software Development & Engineering / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:917

The Complete Friday Q&A: Volume I

by Mike Ash

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Overview
The Complete Friday Q&A is a collection of articles on advanced topics in Mac OS X and iOS programming. With articles on memory management, performance tuning, Objective-C, system internals, and more, this book is your gateway to becoming fluent in complicated, obscure, and arcane corners of Mac and iOS programming.
Description
Written continuously for over two years, Friday Q&A has provided thousands of readers with deep information on Mac programming. This compilation includes all of the articles posted from December 2008 to August 2010, proofread and organized into a single convenient package. Topics covered include: * Multithreaded programming * Blocks * Grand Central Dispatch * Interprocess communication * Performance profiling and optimization * Objective-C messaging and message forwarding * Defensive programming * Toll free bridging * Runtime code generation * Memory Management * Dynamic creation of Objective-C classes * And much, much more
About the author
Mike Ash is a software engineer at independent Mac developer Rogue Amoeba. He has been programming since the days when AppleSoft BASIC was a big deal, and has been doing development with Objective-C and Cocoa for over a decade. He has a Master's degree in Computer Science from the Université of Orléans. His web site can be found at http://mikeash.com/.
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