The Right Way to Swizzle in Objective-C

By Posted in Engineering 16 April 2014

Swizzling is the act of changing the functionality of a method by replacing the implementation of that method with another, usually at runtime. There are many different reasons one might want to use swizzling: introspection, overriding default behavior, or maybe even dynamic method loading. I’ve seen a lot of blog posts discussing swizzling in Objective-C,…

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Nonprofits Leverage Mobile to Make an Impact

By Posted in New Relic Culture 15 April 2014

Mobile technology has potential benefits to offer almost any individual or organization, and nonprofits are learning to use mobile to make an impact. Nonprofits are creating and using mobile apps for everything from fundraising and sharing content to educating the public about their mission. Below we outline a few examples of how mobile apps can…

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Loggly’s New Relic Extension: Get More Value from Your Existing Tools and Data

By Posted in New Relic News, Using Our Products 15 April 2014

This is a guest blog post from Jason Skowronski, Product Manager at Loggly, the Cloud Log Management Service, and New Relic partner. As #DevOps, you are responsible for ensuring that both Development and Operations are humming at your organization. You already have a set of tools to help you with your mission. It is likely that…

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The Next Generation Will All Be Data Nerds

By Posted in New Relic Culture 14 April 2014

Forget Digital Natives, it’s time to meet the new kids on the block: Data Natives. That’s the idea behind a recent post on Re/Code by Monica Rogati, vice president of Data for wearable-tech maker Jawbone. In The Rise of the Data Natives, Rogati argues that while “digital natives were most concerned with what they can…

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