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A Carnival For iOS Developers! Get In Get Traffic

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A blog carnival that is!

If you haven’t heard the term before a blog carnival is a collection of posts from different blogs related to a specific topic that which links to are posted on one blog.

Now the reason why this is cool is two-fold:

  1. Driving visitors to a developer blog can be tough.  And this can be a terrific way  to drive traffic to a site with minimal effort. More visitors can mean more sales and more money which is probably why you are developing in the first place.
  2. It’s a great way to get information and insights into iOS development, and make connections with other iPhone developers.

The carnival was started by @mysterycoconut on Twitter (I guess it is more of a theme park since the carnival stays in one place), and is hosted at idevblogaday.com.  You can contact him to get on the waiting list if you’d like to submit a post.

Don’t forget ManiacDev.Com also takes in submissions of tutorials, tips, tools, and libraries which I will blog about here in front of the 2k+ daily visitors giving you a permanent link.


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iOS Developer Gold Discovered On Twitter

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Twitter is a great way to find great developers sharing useful information. Even if you don’t want to spend the time there Twitter Search and Topsy are terrific ways to get the goods.

Just today I was on Twitter, and found a great post from Bob Sealy illustrating some great information that he had found on Twitter.

This information includes:

  • How to handle double sized images on the iPhone 4
  • Getting a speed boost by clearing the OpenGL ES color buffer before rendering
  • Hot loading game assets
  • Reverting your iOS device to previous builds
  • and more…

Check it out, you can find the article here:
The Things I Learn From Twitter Amaze Me

And to all the Americans reading (well everyone else too!) have a Happy Independence Day!

Btw, if you’ve written an article feel free to submit it, or a link to it here and if I think the readers will like it I’ll feature it on the site in front of our 2,000+ daily visitors.


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