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Over the last 6 months I have noticed a lot of code going into CPython working with SSL and TLS.  At first I did not think anything commits and brushed it off as bug fixes and improvements.  However, as the months went by and I kept seeing these commits come through it started to get my curiosity piqued about what might be happening in language under the hood.

In an effort to always keep myself informed and up to date with the latest network security enhancements for iOS and macOS I downloaded and read through the Apple White Paper, entitled iOS Security Guide, January 2018.  This security guide itemizes all of the latest security standards and enhancements Apple has put out for development and info security teams to reference when making decisions about how to design their applications.  Reading through this document I can recognize many notable sections, but the section th

Normally in this blog I write about technical topics and different coding challenges that I have run into in my career.  Today however, I wanted to switch it up a bit and write a user review on the new Apple Watch, Series 3.  The reason being is that I have been so pleased with my experience thus far that I wanted to write an article to share a list of all the features I am really enjoying.  Features such as Health and Activity, Performance, and Siri.  Along with the features that I am enjoying I also wanted to provide a wish list for future improvements on the Apple watch, such as sleep tr

In my opinion one of the most overlooked features of the Xcode SDK is the ability to test UI input using XCTestCases.  Testing UI input throughout the lifecycle of your application can be beneficial for a multitude of reasons.  First, UI testing allows a developer to validate that given a specific set of input, the output is that the user interface will exist in a specific state.  Testing user interface output provides value because this allows a developer to test such states as loading data over the network or possib