Reinstall iOS Simulators
TLDR; Use the following to completely destroy all your iOS Simulators and to create a new batch.
curl "https://gist.githubusercontent.com/cabeca/cbaacbeb6a1cc4683aa5/raw/8e17f39f5a7413fd0559c9e6808e01b6fb514422/simulator_populator" -o "simulator_populator.rb" && chmod +x simulator_populator.rb && ./simulator_populator.rb
Podcasts I listen to
During my daily bike rides to work (or my rare spells of exercise), I usually listen to podcasts. They’re interesting, often funny and very educational. And most importantly, while they’re all about subjects I’m interested in, they often touch on important subjects and issues I didn’t know about before.
Migrating from gitolite to Gitlab
At work, we’re using a gitolite server to store all our projects. However, because the current server is rather slow and gitolite is pretty cumbersome to use, we wanted to migrate to Gitlab.
Delft Design Approach - week 4
Last week was all about defining the design challenge. Having a well-defined design challenge, is a tremendous help in trying to design a solution to a problem. Something that a lot of people do, is to try and design something without guidance… without constraints.
Delft Design Approach - week 3
This week’s main task was to obtain rich data from your subject. Rich data is interesting, because it is highly subjective and time-consuming to gather. Instead of gathering quantitative data from many participants, you gather rich data from a few participants about a specific context.