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Programming for Apple is like being a surgeon —
not only you need to have a surgeon’s precision when writing your code,
you also need to continuously learn and stay up-to-date with what your field has to offer.
And, although Apple provides a biblical and almighty documentation,
there are some topics which are only sketched out and others that are quite enigmatic.
Exactly for these two reasons I have created this blog.
I review, explain, and explore some of these topics here, in a simplified language.

 

About me
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My name is Ohad Kravchick.
I have been living in New York City for the past two years. I am originally from Israel.
I do Apple iPad and iPhone programming for a living, and some Android and BlackBerry.
I have extensive experience in iOS, Java, and Web programming (ASP, SQL).
And I have been a Computer Networks’ instructor for a couple of years,
which is where I picked up my passion for teaching.

Cheers,
Ohad.

Posted October 7, 2010 by Ohad Kravchick (myok12)

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