Mark Hammonds
Mark is a software engineer, entrepreneur, and author living in the Baltimore, MD area. He founded several companies in the online media, mobile, and consulting industries, and currently works for OmniTI building scalable Internet architectures by day and coding iPhone/Android/SMS applications with Somba Mobile by night.
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    iOS 7 SDK EssentialsIcon ios7
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    Mobiletuts+ is pleased to announce a comprehensive session on the iOS 7 SDK and Xcode 5! This session will begin with in-depth coverage of Sprite Kit. Vote in today's poll to determine what features of the SDK we cover next!Read More…
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    An Interview with Nick LockwoodNick lockwood profile@2x
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    In this interview, I talk to leading iOS developer Nick Lockwood about his open source contributions, his development workflow, and the educational resources he's found useful in mastering the SDK.Read More…
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    Tuts+ Supports the MaRS Energy Hackathon!Mars energy hackathon logo@2x
    Tuts+ is helping the world go green by supporting the MaRS Energy Hackathon! Read on to learn more about the event and how you can participate!Read More…
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    Wanted: Awesome WritersWrite for gamedevtuts
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    Mobiletuts+ is currently seeking to hire writers to cover mobile web development (e.g. JavaScript, HTML, CSS, etc.), iOS SDK development, Android SDK development, Mobile UI/UX, and more! If you're a talented mobile developer with tips or techniques to share, we want to hear from you!Read More…
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    Decoding the iOS 6 SDK: <br />Coming Soon!Decoding ios6 preview
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    Announcement time! I’m incredibly excited to let you know that the first ever Mobiletuts+ book (in conjunction with Rockable Press) is coming soon! This book covers all the most essential iOS development updates from 2012 with a non-linear format designed to get you up-and-running in no time! In addition to covering the latest SDK, the book also covers essential changes to Xcode and all the latest devices from Cupertino!Read More…
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    Wanted: Awesome WritersUpdates
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    Mobiletuts+ is currently looking to hire writers to cover PhoneGap, mobile web development (e.g. JavaScript, HTML, CSS, etc.), iOS SDK development, Android SDK development, Mobile UI/UX, and more! If you're a talented mobile developer with tips or techniques to share, we want to hear from you!Read More…
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    Reader's Pulse: What Content Style Do You Prefer?Readerspulse new
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    Do you prefer Mobiletuts+ content that can be easily finished in a single sitting, or are you more attracted to in-depth sessions that may take a weekend or more to complete? Let us know by voting in today's poll!Read More…
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    Reader's Pulse: What Design Topics Should We Cover?Readerspulse new
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    Good design is central to creating a positive user experience. Vote in today's poll and let us know how we can help you create apps that shine!Read More…
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    Working with the iPhone 5 DisplayIphone5 display ios6
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    This tutorial will review the steps necessary to ensure that your iOS apps will continue to look great when displayed on the new iPhone 5 screen.Read More…
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    Objective-C LiteralsObjective c literals
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    This tutorial will teach you how to program more efficiently using object literals!Read More…
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    iOS Simulator Tips & TricksIos simulator tips tricks
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    This quick tip will introduce you to some of the powerful features available for testing & debugging apps with Xcode and the iOS Simulator.Read More…
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    A Developer Looks at iOS 6 and the iPhone 5Whats new ios6
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    The release of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 has generated a lot of excitement, but the many new hardware and SDK changes can leave iOS developers feeling overwhelmed. This article will help you keep your skills up-to-date by providing a quick, high-level overview of the most important changes for iOS developers!Read More…