Introduction to Python for Data Mining. Nice introduction and great links.
Top mistakes in data mining in Python. Don't reinvent the wheel being the biggest. A lot of these tips are helpful for smaller data too. (I rarely work on large datasets)
Overview of iOS prototyping apps. If Pixate does come out with a version that exports source code that’d be killer.
Cache clearer jailbreak tweak will clear the application caches on iOS. Great if Apple’s video bug (among several) has you with a bunch of Other space you can’t reclaim.
The Ignition jailbreak tweak lets you run CarPlay on your iPad. This is very helpful for those developers who might now wish to pay $700 for a Pioneer CarPlay system. You can test on an iPad. However playing with it I found that it was actually helpful for driving in your car. There are subtle differences that do make the experience better. I’m not sure it’s worth jailbreaking your iPad for, but it is something to check out. (If only to find out what the limits of CarPlay are)
A chemistry keyboard for iOS. Say what one will about the buggy keyboard APIs, but there’s some real clever innovation out there.
Change the Yosemite system font from Helvetica to Fira. I swear sometimes I think I’m the only one who liked Helvetica. Yes it’s slightly less readable as a system font but I can always tell at a glance what it says. Especially for repeated menus.
The perils of writing a 3rd party keyboard. Sounds like Apple’s third party keyboard APIs just aren’t ready for prime time. As you might expect given App Store dynamics the developers get all the blame.
Flashlight expands Spotlight to be more like Alfred or LaunchBar. It uses code injection though. So I’ll be sticking with LaunchBar.
An interesting script to sync a folder to itunes. (HT: Rocket Ink) I don’t think I’d want to use it due to the problems of deleting entries from iTune if the track isn’t in the file system right then. (Yes, I speak from experience – but it’s an even bigger problem I suspect with iTunes Match)