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location Brisbane, Australia
age 26
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I'm a programmer, graphic designer, web developer and drummer in two bands (Ludavico and The Blue Cats).

I know the following languages:

  • C/C++, Objective-C & C#
  • (X)HTML, JavaScript & PHP
  • SQL (mostly working with MySQL)
  • Some Lua & other scripting languages

Tool of the trade:

  • Visual Studio 2008
  • Notepad2, TextWrangler
  • Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator


Aug
26
comment iOS 7 seems to be killing apps too often
The biggest problem is that so many major third party apps don't even bother saving their state so that when they are killed they can at least restore themselves in some useful fashion. iOS 7 seems to use so much memory.
Aug
26
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Jul
28
comment What tiny thing in Lion makes you smile or has caught you off guard?
Yeah this is actually one of those facepalm moments. I don't actually know how they could have wanted this...
Jul
27
comment How do I run an app in Full Screen mode on OS X Lion on my second monitor?
Oh wow. This is a major workflow breaking "assumption" on Apple's part. Do their employees not use multiple monitors at Apple?
Jul
27
comment How do I run an app in Full Screen mode on OS X Lion on my second monitor?
As much as this helps, I can hardly call this an answer if this is what Apple expects you to do.
Jul
27
comment What tiny thing in Lion makes you smile or has caught you off guard?
I think you'll change your mind once you plug in a second monitor :(
Jul
27
comment What tiny thing in Lion makes you smile or has caught you off guard?
"Fullscreen" is an absolute nightmare for multi-monitor users. It completely disables any secondary or tertiary monitors. Fullscreening an app currently sends the app to the primary monitor with no option of changing it. One of the biggest workflow fails in Apple history in my humble opinion.
Jul
27
comment What tiny thing in Lion makes you smile or has caught you off guard?
I think the fundamental flaw in this optional feature is that not only is the screen not under your fingers, mice don't fit the paradigm at all. I turned it off, despite wanting to give it a go. I've been doing down is down, up is up scrolling for eleven years.
Jul
26
comment How do I run an app in Full Screen mode on OS X Lion on my second monitor?
This is a seriously flaw, however, as QuickTime X for example can now ONLY use the primary display as fullscreen.