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Being a computer science major can be confusing these days. There are SO many career options to choose from, and only a few years of internship opportunities to try them out.

After I graduated college, my biggest struggle was deciding between iOS development and product management. I spent a few years flip-flopping between the two, before finally deciding and committing to one; product management! Below, I’ll discuss the 7 key differences I’ve noticed in my day-to-day. …

Putting an end to the frustrations of every iOS developer, ever.

Just suppose you’re making an iOS App. The idea is fabulous, the design is flawless and the code fantastically unbreakable. With all that heavy lifting out of the way, the only thing you need to do is to create an App Icon and a Launch Image to wrap this baby up!

Sounds easy, right? You fire up Sketch, make some snazzy images, and you’re good to go.

Nope, WRONG!

Depending on the iPhone/iPad model and orientations you plan to support, you’re stuck making between 2 and 20 Launch Images, and between…

Let me start off by saying that I am an enthusiastic reader of NextDraft. I appreciate the time you take each day to curate and filter content, and deliver it in a whimsical, sarcastic, or otherwise entertaining way. It makes my commute infinitely less boring.

I am, in fact, so pleased with your content, that I’d like nothing more than to share it with my friends, but… I can’t.

Not easily, anyway.

1. Sharing Your Original Content

When clicking on the share button on the page on the left, the contents of my tweet, don’t look particularly appealing. …

Lea Marolt Sonnenschein

I like making things that improve people’s lives.

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