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I'm Dave, and I love Objective-C.

My Projects:

  • DDMathParser - a library for parsing NSString objects as mathematical expressions and evaluating them
  • CHCSVParser - a library for reading and writing CSV files
  • DDUnitConverter - a simple library for converting between units
  • StackKit - a framework for using the StackExchange API.

If you think I'm a nice guy, check out my Amazon Wishlist! :)


My answers and opinions expressed here are my own and do not represent my employer's views in any way.


May
28
comment Running OS X and Windows simultaneously
+1 ironically, I totally forgot about VirtualBox, even though that's the one I use.
May
28
answered Address bar in Safari gone!
May
28
answered Running OS X and Windows simultaneously
May
23
answered Gmail “On Behalf Of” Feature in Mail.app
May
23
answered Third-party service that syncs preferences? Like MobileMe
May
11
answered Sugar Sync & menu bar icons
May
2
answered Is there a utility that allows to open a terminal window with a shortcut?
Apr
30
comment Tweetdeck replacement for Mac
Ah, you're probably right; I haven't used it myself, but knew that it handled multiple networks.
Apr
30
answered Tweetdeck replacement for Mac
Apr
28
answered How can I know if my MacBook pro supports 8 gb or not?
Apr
28
answered Can I get (something like) an Apple wireless keyboard with numeric keypad?
Apr
28
answered How to copy paste Xcode warnings?
Apr
28
comment Cannot open Xcode on new computer
@Luca590 sure! Find where it installed Xcode, then right click on it and choose "Make Alias". A new thing pops up called "Xcode alias" that you can move anywhere and name it anything you want.
Apr
28
answered Cannot open Xcode on new computer
Apr
28
answered How do you create animated presentation in screencast
Apr
25
comment Automatically press a key every 60 seconds
@Ryan exactly :)
Apr
25
comment Automatically press a key every 60 seconds
@Ryan when you change the plist, you'll have to "unload" it and "load" it again.
Apr
25
awarded  Organizer
Apr
25
revised In Finder's List view, is there a keyboard shortcut to go to top/bottom of list?
added a second tag
Apr
25
suggested suggested edit on In Finder's List view, is there a keyboard shortcut to go to top/bottom of list?