From The Lab
iOS 11 is a funny release from Apple; one where they both implement the most basic, forehead slapping, obvious missing features, to some of the most impressive new technologies available. […]
I first learned about code golf the way I assume a lot of other people learned about it: I saw an interesting question in the “Hot Network Questions” section of […]
When planning out my first lab day project at Tome, I wanted to create something that bridged the gap between my software engineering position and my musical orchestration passion. An […]
As a member of Tome’s mobility team, I’m a fresh convert to the microservice dogma. After dealing with all the complexities of a massive, monolithic codebase in a previous project, […]
Having recently just bought a house and moved, the amount of “Home Chores” has increased exponentially. Add in the fact that I am now living in the burbs rather than […]
When designing an iOS app for one of our APIs, we like to make a Swift class for the response data to make it easier to work with. These classes […]
Once a month at Tome everyone takes a break from their daily work and gets a free project day or Lab Day, where we can work on any project based on technology. This month I decided to tackle a personal problem of taking my unorganized folder of code snippets and templates and creating a beautiful visual gallery with integrated search.