The world of Objective-C through Ruby eyes

My contract says Developer which might sound a bit allround but up until recently 95% of the development I did was Ruby on Rails. With a rare sidestep to Actionscript, Objective-C, Coffeescript, plain Ruby and more. I've always wanted to do some more Objective-C and in my spare time I've made one or two apps in the past (actually one finished and about 10 started but never finished ;)) But I believe the only way to learn something properly is by doing it 40 hours a week. So a couple of weeks ago I've finally had the luck that we (Wirelab) got an Objective-C job and it was quiet enough for me to focus on picking up Objective-C and building the app.

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