That is, I bought a little Mac notebook computer – just to get a grip on developing iOS applications.
Apple raises the bar really high for this sort of thing: You need to actually have an Apple Macintosh computer just to write Mac apps. My guess it that is a core portion of their business model: They will sell at least as many Mac computers as there are developers that want to target iOS.
OK. So I am a sucker too. With me luck. One of the first links I’ve saved in Evernote is this one. That’s because threading / concurrency / async is still the most challenging stuff for me. As long as I’m not using Erlang, that is.