With WWDC 2019 less than a week away, I wanted to put together a very brief article on my wish-list items for this year's WWDC. A lot of my day-to-day interests revolve around networking and info-security, so if you notice a theme in my wish-list that is why. Also, one thing I wanted to mention is that usually Swift make's it on this wish-list, but the exciting thing is Swift is now developed so much in the open that we have a good idea of what is coming and what has been release in Swift 5
This year at WWDC Apple announced a new feature called Siri Shortcuts. Siri Shortcuts now allows users to create custom voice commands to trigger Siri to perform actions on a device. The announcement of Siri Shortcuts is big news for both end users and developers as configuring a custom voice command is as easy as setting up a new statement on the Shortcuts dashboard or providing a new Intent via the Intent API.
As you may have heard Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference was last week in San Jose, California showcasing all of the latest updates across all of the Apple platforms. Since Apple and Unix technologies are something I am heavily invested in I thought I would take a few minutes and provide an overview of the Siri and Networking updates that came out of WWDC 2018 that I found interesting.
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 enjoyi