I'm working on updating our site as we transition into a new phase here at RSH. It's been a fantastic 12 years, but what comes next promises to be even better. Thanks for stopping by!
Please take a look around (and pardon the "dust" as I rework the site). You can find some information on the apps I'm working on on the apps page. If you would like some help with an app of you own, please take a look at the services page.
The sessions were great, and I learned quite a bit. The new iOS6 is pretty exciting, and some of the new APIs are going to come in very handy. My special thanks to the Apple engineers for all their help. I fixed a couple of bugs, and I found a couple for them (radars coming!).
One of the highlights at the WWDC are the lunch sessions. Sometimes the speakers are fellow developers, and sometimes they are from a "related" field. This year we had LeVar Burton showing off his new app: the Reading Rainbow. There was also a session with Moonbot studios (which I missed). But the week was finished with a lunchtime session with J.J. Abrams!
I was pretty psyched to hear him speak, but I was really surprised by the content. I'll be posting a blog entry soon, but I'll give you a hint: normal people can do some amazing stuff.
All in all, it was a fantastic week, and I can't wait to get back to my family and back to coding!