Month: April 2020
It’s Time To Go On the Offensive Against the Coronavirus
I was talking with my kids about going after the virus the other day, half jokingly but also half serious…
I’m tired of sitting around the house waiting for the pandemic to solve itself. We didn’t win World War II sitting around the house hoping the Axis would surrender! We didn’t land on the moon waiting around doing nothing to see if somehow someone magically landed there!
It’s the same with the virus. We need to go after the virus! We need to hunt it down and destroy it until the planet earth is free if this deadly, hidden nemesis of all humankind.
It’s time for action!
As Winston Churchill would say, or rather did say, near the beginning of World War II…
We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.Winston Churchill – June 4, 1940
I joked with my kids that we should have a day where everyone in the world just Clorox’s every inch of the planet. “Inch by inch!” was our rally cry.
So I was pleased to see this article come up on The New Yorker, which offers more realistic and helpful ideas than a Clorox Day. Still, it basically says that that yes, we can and should go on the offensive against the coronavirus. It offers hope and something specific to actually do! 💪🏻🌎
👉 It’s Not Too Late to Go on Offense Against the Coronavirus
Thank you, Jim Yong Kim, inspiring physician and anthropologist. Via Apple News.
Frame vs Bounds in iOS
Frames and bounds are a really core concept in iOS development. They are both just rectangles in different coordinate systems. Simple, right? Well, not always. 🤦🏻♂️
If you ever still get lost on frames vs. bounds in iOS development, here’s a good quick summary.
And here’s a good example of how a transform can affect the frame and bounds differently, via iOS Dev Weekly.
University of Wroclaw
Another great looking spot in Poland and perhaps another reason to go there some day when this craziness is behind us.