Working Around Xcode and Continuous Integration Issues on Apple Silicon

So like probably more than a few people, we jumped in and bought two of the new Apple silicon M1 Mac Mini’s to replace a couple aging Intel-based build servers at work. Our old servers were running Jenkins with a pretty standard configuration to build and test our iOS apps. The initial transition was prettyContinue reading “Working Around Xcode and Continuous Integration Issues on Apple Silicon”

Refactor or Rewrite? Tackling Legacy Apps

If you’ve been programming for any length of time, you’ll likely run across apps or other projects that need major work and revisions to keep going. Maybe your company acquired another company with tons of legacy code. Perhaps you just started a new gig with lots of skeletons in the proverbial closet. Or you’re anContinue reading “Refactor or Rewrite? Tackling Legacy Apps”