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Saul M.


Hometown: Tucson, Arizona, USA

Member since:

September 30, 2013


What is your favorite Mac or iOS Framework?

I can't say Core Data is my favorite, but it is one I use quite a bit, and of course wrote a little helper for it called MagicalRecord. I find with MagicalRecord, my Core Data code is far easier to write and understand.

Have you written an app for yourself or a client?

I've written a few apps for clients. I'm working on an app now, hopefully to be released this year!


I write mainly iOS for clients, though I'm also working on my own app. I produce a podcast for Cocoa developers called NSBrief. I also speak at conferences and share knowledge in general

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