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Slides from iOS for .NET Devs presentationJosh SmithJosh speaking about iOSJosh talking about Objective-C

Wed, 30 Jan 2013 02:05:35 +0000

Recently I spoke at the Southeast Valley .NET User Group, in Arizona, about iOS programming from a .NET developer’s perspective. I really enjoyed speaking to the group and they had a bunch of good questions for me. Sharing my experiences in the “other world” is an interesting challenge! I went into detail about how native […](image)

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Colin Eberhardt reviews iOS Programming for .NET DevelopersJosh Smith

Mon, 30 Jul 2012 17:30:58 +0000

A fellow by the name of Colin Eberhardt in the U.K. has reviewed my book that teaches .NET devs how to write iPhone and iPad apps. Colin’s review of iOS Programming for .NET Developers is circumspect and has reasonable critiques. He summarizes the review with a few sentences that made me sigh with relief, because […](image)

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My book about iOS programming is now available in iBooksJosh Smith

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 01:14:30 +0000

Well, that was fast! Less than forty-eight hours after I submitted iOS Programming for .NET Developers to Apple’s iBookstore, it got approved and is now available for sale worldwide. I heard of some books taking weeks or even months to get approved, so I must have some special mojo working in my favor… If you’re […](image)

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My book about iOS programming is now available!Josh Smith

Mon, 16 Jul 2012 02:53:20 +0000

Over the past several months I have been working like a madman on a book that explains iOS to .NET developers. I’m proud to announce that iOS Programming for .NET Developers has been published! Like my last book, Advanced MVVM, this book is self-published. It is currently available in paperback and Kindle editions, but stay […](image)

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BullToro WatchesJosh SmithBullToro Watches3HandAnalogSweep

Thu, 28 Jun 2012 03:39:20 +0000

A good friend of mine spent the past six years designing a line of innovative wristwatches. He started up a company named BullToro with some associates to manufacture and sell their watches. Just recently his dedication and hard work paid off, and BullToro watches are now available for sale from their Web site at I think […](image)

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Big announcement on my iOS blogJosh Smith

Wed, 06 Jun 2012 04:11:07 +0000

I made a big announcement on my iOS blog, which I think many .NET developers might want to know about. To find out what’s up, head over to iJoshSmith and take a look at this.(image)

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The Hello World of genetic algorithmsJosh Smith

Sun, 08 Apr 2012 16:23:09 +0000

I just published an article on my iJoshSmith blog that explains how a simple genetic algorithm works. The article is titled “Simple Genetic Algorithm in Objective-C” and can be found here… If you’re interested in expanding your mind today in some strange new ways, go check it out!(image)

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Does anyone actually care about WinRT?Josh Smith

Wed, 21 Mar 2012 02:22:57 +0000

If ever there was a blog post that ensures I will not be awarded the Microsoft MVP award again, this is the one. Not that I care… Windows 8 was announced and distributed as a developer preview back in September of 2011. There was a short burst of excitement in the blogosphere about WinRT, which is […](image)

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Becoming an iOS DeveloperJosh Smith

Sun, 19 Feb 2012 22:43:04 +0000

This blog post describes my experience of learning how to write iOS software, after having spent many years exclusively in the world of .NET development. It provides warnings, suggestions, and tips for others who are interested in learning iOS development. The post ends with a qualitative comparison of programming in WPF and iOS. [UPDATE: July […](image)

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Master WPF on your iPhoneJosh SmithMaster WPFMaster WPF

Fri, 17 Feb 2012 00:18:41 +0000

After being obsessed with WPF for so many years, I can’t just forget about it. Even though my focus is now on iOS development, I still think that WPF is an awesome platform. That’s why I wrote an iPhone app named Master WPF. It contains 500 questions, spread across 28 topics, that I painstakingly wrote, […](image)

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