A Quick Overview of motion-provisioning

So what is motion-provisioning, anyway? It is a RubyMotion gem that helps you, the developer, take your in-progress app(s) and get them running on your own device(s). This is one of THE major challenges faced by beginning iOS developers, and the motion-provisioning gem makes it as simple as 1,2,3.

Project Templates in RubyMotion

When you use the motion create command of RubyMotion, the default behavior is to create a project that builds an iOS application. But that is only one of many project templates which are available for you to use.

Maybe It's Your Hiring

Ok, I promised I’d get back to the odd dichotomy of technology companies that only hire people with higher education degrees and the ones that never hire those people…


While I was reconstructing the speaking section of my web site (post-move to Jekyll), I discovered I have a whole page of presentations at Confreaks. Wild. That’s not all of my conference talks by any means, but it’s a lot of them.

Letting Go

Letting go is hard. But there comes a time when you know it’s the right thing to do. So with a heavy heart, I am stepping down as Chapter Lead for Ladies Learning Code in Lethbridge.

IGListKit Tutorial RubyMotion Edition Part 2

Ok, if you are just joining us, this is Part 2 of the IGListKit Tutorial, RubyMotion edition. You should start with Part 1, if you are interested in the mechanics of the Swift -> RubyMotion translation of the starter app. And you really, really should read the source tutorial for IGListKit before you start, because I’m skipping over the boring parts where I can.