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I closed CreamyCRM, here’s why

Back when I was at the university, in 1999, I had an issue with my Windows computer, and all the data from my hard-drive was

Becoming an OAuth Provider: Hands On

Wow! It's been a long since last I posted here. I've been really busy these days. Our startup got accepted at Tetuan Valley accelerator, so I

Cryptography In IOS (II): Sharing public keys between iOS and the rest of the world
Cryptography In IOS (III): Sharing public keys between iOS and the rest of the world

Let me start this "Sharing public keys between iOS and the rest of the world" post by saying that I love developing for iOS. Cocoa

Digital Leaves. Cryptography in iOS: Symmetric cryptography in Swift. Asymmetric Cryptography in Swift.
Cryptography In IOS (II): Asymmetric cryptography in Swift

This post is the second in a series of articles focused on Cryptography in iOS, concretely, in Swift. In the first post of the series, we

Adapting your current project to Xcode 7 and Swift 2

It's that time of the year again! Xcode 7 beta has turned into a stable release, and now we have to adapt our currently developed

To technical recruiters: you can do it better…

I think that technical recruiters are getting more and more unprofessional every day. Maybe it's because a lot of people that don't have the right

Do’s and Don’ts of a Freelance Developer

Being a freelance developer (or any other kind of freelancer for that matter) is not just a job, it's a lifestyle. I really enjoy the

Digital Leaves. Cryptography in iOS: Symmetric cryptography in Swift. Asymmetric Cryptography in Swift.
Cryptography in iOS (i): Symmetric Cryptography in Swift

Hello! This is the first post in a series of articles about Cryptography in iOS. We will start by addressing symmetric cryptography. In the next articles, we