Ryan is a technical author and developer based in Boulder, CO. He's worked for NCSA, Beyond Design, Syncfusion, and Atlassian, creating everything from Flash visualizations to Git documentation. Between RyPress.com and freelance work, his writing reaches hundreds of thousands of developers a year.
His hobbies include reading technical specifications just for kicks, playing chess, animating pixel art, and bespoke shirtmaking. He's also a trained linguist.
Ry's Objective-C Tutorial serves as both a concise quick-reference and a comprehensive introduction for newcomers to the Objective-C programming language. It walks through each language feature step-by-step, explaining complex programming concepts via hands-on examples.
Designed for newcomers to distributed development, Ry's Git Tutorial presents this complex subject in simple terms that anyone can understand. Beginner and veteran programmers alike will find this book to be a fun, fast, and friendly introduction to Git-based revision control.
This tutorial provides comprehensive coverage of MathML's Presentation Markup. It's meant to serve as a practical guide for HTML authors who would like to incorporate equations into their web pages, as well as a primer for developers working on MathML editors or converters.