Agenda – David’s Bridal (Nicole Dress Shopping for Maddy’s wedding) – Late Brunch at Hole in a Wall – TJ Max – Krewe Eyeglasses – Trader Joe’s in Lower East Side David’s Bridal (Nicole Dress Shopping for Maddy’s wedding) Late Brunch at Hole in a… Read More
2020. The theme to start this new decade is: less code, more moving. This year is about getting back in shape, playing more basketball and coaching fitness again.
2019 might have been the most difficult year in my life. It shouldn’t have been, but it couldn’t have felt any worse. I’m aware that I’m raised in a privileged country, and that I’m just privileged, I have a set of AirPods Pro, they work… Read More
I started running not too long ago— 8 months ago to be exact, and I was in your shoes. I never liked running and I never played sports for endurance. In swimming, I always swam the 100m freestyle; in basketball, all I always sprinted down… Read More
The fitness industry does not need innovation. I’m Leo and three years ago, I pivoted from pursuing a three-year post grad degree in Physical Therapy at New York University to learning how to code. Prior to that, I worked at NYU as a part-time strength… Read More
When I first learned to program for iOS, I was always interested in how view controller animations worked. How did some apps have such cool animations when all I can is present a full sized modal over my current screen? I love keeping up with what’s… Read More
When I first learned to program about 2 years ago, one term that spooked me real good was this thing called Reactive Cocoa. It’s not a friendly sight of code when you see it for the first time. I remember thinking, ‘What the heck is… Read More
One of the things I’ve done most in iOS programming is create ad hoc networking layers that encapsulate NSURLSession. When I integrate any 3rd party service with a RESTful interface , I’ll often create an APIManager/APIService of some sort which houses my URLSession, along with… Read More