Since 2007, Cory has authored many articles for publications including TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog), Macworld, Mac|Life, and TechRepublic. He has also authored for technical publications, including The Syndicate at MartianCraft, and his own books. See the listing below for a complete list of writing work.

Published Books

Beginning WatchKit Development (expected 2015)
Co-written with Kyle Richter, this self-published book delves into the world of developing for the Apple Watch, and offers up an in-depth look at all of the techniques involved in crafting fine WatchKit apps for your iOS users. The book was published online and in print from Amazon.

Technical Writing

MartianCraft Syndicate (2014 - Present)
Writing technical articles on iOS, OS X, tvOS, and watchOS development techniques in both Swift and Objective-C. Articles published online via The Syndicate blog.

Online and Magazine Writing

TechRepublic (2014 - Present)
From iOS development articles to iOS how to articles, the writing on TechRepublic for CBS Interactive, varied wildly to include audiences such as iOS developers, workers in an IT field deploying iOS devices, and end user audiences. Writing written for TechRepublic was published on TechRepublic.com.

Mac|Life (2009-2015)
Wearer of many hats, including starting out writing feature articles for special feature magazines, doing reviews of apps, and more. Later transitioned into writing several features of both the magazine and online, including two monthly columns: Ask (reader technical questions), and Terminal 101 articles. Writing was published on both MacLife.com and the monthly printed MacLife magazine.

TUAW (2007 - 2009)
Writing news and beat articles surrounding new and breaking Apple technology like iPhone, major OS X updates and innovations, and more. In addition to writing news articles, started a feature series on Automation tricks, teaching the use of AppleScript and Automator in OS X for the masses. More than 2,000 articles was published on TUAW.com and later transitioned over to Engadget.com.

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