[Updated] Subclassing XCTestCase Trick

Update: As XCode 6.3 this no longer an issue, now is possible to name XCTestCase subclasses with any prefix without losing the ability to run tests from the test method signature. Let's try: PS. As we initially mentioned, subclassing XCTestCase is not an elegant solution (I would prefer Class Categories ), but if this is your last resort, be my guest. As the old saying goes, "Prefer composition over inheritance", but in some cases subclassing is the way to go,
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2014: A reading report

Technical Books I'm not sure how long technical books will be around in the age of online tutorials and stackoverflow, but I still enjoy having a book next to the keybaord while learning or rediscovering some piece of software. This year only three books were able cut the bar as completed. The Linux Command Line: A Complete Introduction by William E. Shotts Jr. Revisiting the basics is never a bad idea. iOS Drawing: Practical UIKit Solutions by Erica Sadun. iOS
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xCode Search

Navigator search ⌘+1 (Command + 1) will land you in the project navigator then, ⌥+⌘+J (Option + Command + J) Project Navigator Search. General Search ⇧+⌘+0 (Shift + Command + O) Will open a general search window.
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Crossfindr App: a postmortem

Almost three years ago I started to develop an iPhone app as a way to learn objective-c and maybe switch my career path from Java enterprise to mobile. I had already a title experience with iOS, enough to get me started and put the app to run in the simulator, but far from delivering something good to the app store. It took me about two months working over the weekend to release a first beta version and almost another month
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