Some Easy6502 katas and solutions
When it comes to learning a new language / platform / concept / etc in programming, being forced to solve problems (that is, being engaged) is far more effective
Crashlytics has a dSYM uploading tool, but it is cumbersome to use (requires command-line params).
Here is a script which crawls your Xcode Archives directory and uploads all of dSYMs it finds.
Be sure to edit the paths to the
upload-symbols tool and your
"Simplicity is prerequisite for reliability" -- Dijkstra
The GridNotes iOS app does not collect any user data of any kind. The app does not access the Internet at all.
It is just a musical instrument.
If you wish to verify this for yourself, see the source code at https://github.com/pepaslabs/GridNotes