When compared to the previous testing process, it is a major improvement and I am grateful to the team behind it. It is a sign that Apple cares about third party developers and about helping us improve the quality of the software we provide.
Kelly Hodgkins, MacRumors:
According to user reports, calendar events created in one time zone are converted to another timezone possibly when they sync across a server.
Shameful but true: my Apple Genius Bar appointments *always* go better when I pretend to be a complete idiot and say nothing intelligent.— Deepak Mantena (@ilikepants) January 23, 2015
Nick Heath, TechRepublic:
Rather than classrooms focusing on rote learning and regurgitating facts from text books, Couch said, Apple studies found that in a digital age classrooms need to use technologies to make learning engaging, collaborative and challenging.
"It's not so important that we know that Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492, what's important is what was happening around the time, what impact it had and how did that change society."
Interviewer: "How many ping-pong balls fit inside a schoolbus?" Me: "I don't want to work for Google." Interviewer: "Correct, you're hired."— Keith Calder (@keithcalder) January 23, 2015
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