Archive for February, 2016

Solving Hard Software Development Problems

One luxury we as programmers often take for granted is the vast wealth of others’ experiences available for perusal at our fingertips.  Rarely do we encounter a software development problem…

Tools We Love: Paw

Here at LunarLincoln, we’re always on the hunt for new tools that help us design, build, and test our apps and we’ve decided to share our favorites with you! To kick it…

Startup Growing Pains and Working on my Google-fu

You see in the news all the time “Startup acquired in $$$$ deal” or “Local Startup hires 2983742742 new employees”. But how do those companies get to that point? Growth is…

2015 State of the Union

Clients, Crew Members, Friends, Family, and Fellow Americans: welcome to LunarLincoln’s State of the Union address. What a difference a year makes. What an incredible rollercoaster ride. We experienced so many highs…

Swift – No longer the new kid in school

It’s been nearly two years since Apple debuted Swift, its successor to Objective-C for iOS and OS X development, and since then the Swift language has evolved considerably.  When Swift…

From office noob to Android czar – Building a League of Legends App

Sometimes it’s hard being the only Android user in a shop full of mobile developers.  You’d expect nearly equal representation as Android currently dominates global markets, but alas, mistakes do…

Life in the Fastlane: CI/CD Tools for iOS

LunarLincoln’s own Patrick Goley spoke at CocoaHeads Nashville this week about continuous integration and continuous development tools for iOS. Some highlights of his talk were: How to build and upload…