The picture of all of us in front of the countdown clock. I am about 6 people to the left of the flag pole, sunglasses on my bald head.
About a month ago I was one of 150 lucky people to be selected to go see NASA’s STS-134 shuttle launch in Florida. We’ve had a two week delay, but I leave Tuesday morning for Florida for a hopeful Friday afternoon launch.
Stay tuned for a lot more blogging over the next week and a bit as I chronicle this adventure of a lifetime.
Here’s an image I found online that indicates where the NASATweetup folks get to watch, right next to the famous countdown clock:
A friend just quoted this on Twitter:
“You owe it to all of us all get on with what you’re good at” — W.H. Auden.
Something to remember.
Now that Xcode 4 is no longer under NDA, I am going to be posting some tips here.
If you have an application that uses a UITabBarController as it’s main navigation, you no doubt have set up the tabs to have different types of controllers.
If you wanted to change the type of controller for a particular tab, in the Interface Builder of Xcode 3 there was a UI to allow you to change the type (this shows the change in the settings tab to a navigation controller):
In Xcode 4 however no such UI exists. Your best bet is to delete that particular tab and re-add it as the particular controller you want. In my case I was switching from a general view controller to a navigation controller: