So, I thought I'd try an experiment. I don't know if this'll work, but, hey, nothing ventured, nothing chopped off and sold on the black market in New Guinea.
Send me a snippet of your code Objective-C Cocoa code -- from a single method to an entire file -- something that works, at least sort of, but maybe isn't as clean as you like. I will mercilessly tear it apart in my blog, and from this you will learn my style.
Obviously, if you don't have any faith in my style, this offer holds no allure for you, and I urge you to move on. I'm going to spend zero time justifying why you might want to listen to me, so if there's nobody out there that wants to learn things my way already, then this will be a very short experiment.
This isn't about me debugging your code, this is about me trying to teach the techniques of writing readable, beautiful, maintainable, minimal code, such as I've learned them.
I must warn you that it may seem like I'm kind of mean, because I don't say a lot of "this is interesting, but maybe..." It'll be more like, "NO! Don't do this! DO THIS! BECAUSE I AM THE MOMMY!" (Let me know if you want me to use your name or not. By default, I will not, but if you seek a perverse kind of fame, let me know.)
The e-mail address I'll use for this is my initials (William J Shipley) at Apple's mail destination -- mac.com.