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The iDeveloper Podcast

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The iDeveloper Podcast

Steve Scott (Scotty) & John Fox

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The iDeveloper Podcast is a magazine style podcast for OS X and iOS developers. Each episode looks at subjects such as recent developer news, technical issues around cocoa and cocoa touch, the latest tools and utilities as well as examining the business side of being an indie Mac or iOS developer.
 
MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.
 
A humorous video podcast from CartoonSmart.com. Topics will include: iOS / tvOS game development with Xcode, Swift and Sprite Kit, plus anything to do with illustration, character design, animation, or Adobe software (Flash / Animate in particular). These are a bit of a spoof on our usual material (okay, very much a spoof), but we dare you NOT to learn at least something in these videos tutorials. Videos range from 30mb to 50mb (relatively small).
 
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Everyday Robots

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Everyday Robots

Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen

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Everyday Robots is a weekly tech news podcast focused on what’s happening in the Apple world. Also featuring interviews from prominent people in the Apple community. Hosted by friends Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen two self taught iOS developers.
 
Today's applications are increasingly mobile. Computers are no longer confined to desks and laps but instead live in our pockets and hands. This course teaches students how to build mobile apps for Android and iOS, two of today's most popular platforms, and how to deploy them in Android Market and the App Store. Students learn how to write native apps for Android using Eclipse and the Android SDK, how to write native apps for iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads using Xcode and the iOS SDK, and ...
 
Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.
 
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Last week I mentioned I wanted to get myself at more conferences this year. And already I have 3 opportunities lined up. That’s amazing.Next to that, people in the iOS community are at it again in full force after the holidays. Lots of great stuff. I had tons of articles to go through. Enjoy this week’s links. Swift Playgrounds 4: Building a Text-t…
 
Pre-show: Marco’s Baking Hangover Follow-up: Casey’s Desk Update Casey’s Thunderbolt 4 Hub / “Breakout Box” Simon Webster on QD-OLED and Blue LEDs Jon Mason on how big Sony is Xbox Gamepass and Series S Neil Young & Spotify Horse Armor Scorched Earth iMessage and SMS (via Olivier Ruoy) Adium Piracy, Warez, and The Scene (via Colin Weir) Widevine Ne…
 
This week the boys talk John’s “possible” direct effect on the Netflix stock price as well as his Jedi teaching over some new members to his team. Also the first user responses from the MoneyWell Beta release with some expected problems and some not so expected problems. Also a check in on how the M1's have been holding up to real world work and a …
 
This is a Twitter Space recording, so my audio sounds way worse compared to normal. But hey. It is good content regardless. On January 26, Stefan Blos and I hosted a Twitter Space called “iOS Coffee Chat: Staying up to date with iOS development”.We hope to do more of these. This episode is the permanent archive of that Space. Recommendations to get…
 
The rebooted Waiting For Review has arrived with Season 3! 💥 The show is a fortnightly catch up between David Gary Wood, and new co-host, Daniel Jilg! David is the longtime host of the show, an iOS development coach based in Wellington, New Zealand. His side project applications include GoVJ, and he is currently working on several small projects an…
 
Emin has quite some experience working in tech. First as a designer and later he switched into iOS. He now works at Tidal, a large music playing service. Besides his day job he is trying to bootstrap his Indie business. Already he has released a couple apps. Especiallu un:safe. A sort of safe craching game using haptic feedback. Originally develope…
 
I spent time chasing what I thought was a bug in my code, but it turned out to be in my Brain and the code was fine. Never afraid to admit my mistakes for you all to benefit from, but don't laugh too much, it could happen to you! Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
One awesome announcement this week. My regular news articles, and loads of info about the articles I mention. Here are this week's articles: Using decorator pattern to add architectural non-intrusive analytics in Swift Migrating our Objective-C SDK to Swift – RevenueCat Tasks in Swift explained with code examples - SwiftLee Develop a command-line t…
 
Pre-show: Windows woes and the challenges of loading modern trucks TPM yt-dlp DeCSS SGX FairPlay Pirated movie release types Follow-up: Printer Murder Rooms John Tsombakos Richard Smith LG UltraFine 5K Repair Video (via Brian Almeida) Microsoft to Acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion Wall Street Journal Activision Blizzard’s abhorrent cult…
 
This week the boys talk sorting objects with optional properties, protocol compliance and inheritance, 1960's British Dramas, another look at SGLite toolkit, GRDB, problems with notarising MoneyWell for the Beta release, the changing environment of borderless culture appreciation. GRDB | GitHub To Sir, With Love | Wikipedia Two segments from John's…
 
Meet Marin, if you visit a conference or two, there is a good chance you have met Marin in person.Marin joins me on my podcast and we discus his work as a software developer. An interesting bit is his work on DocC. Yes, that’s the new documentation tool in shipped with Xcode. He also recently published his latest book Modern Concurrency in Swift.Th…
 
That was a bit of a setback. First recording of this episode... lost. I don't know yet what exactly happened. But hey, rerecording was the easiest thing to do. Fixing wrong animations with Diffable Data Source | Filip Němeček How to write HTML in Swift? - The.Swift.Dev. Automating App Store Publishing Networking with Combine and SwiftUI - Getting S…
 
We're back for 2022, to follow up on buying a MacBook Pro, and Apple suing NSO Group. Tim and Mark discuss migrating a Core Data app from Objective-C to SwiftUI. We discuss the 15th anniversary of the iPhone announcement, Uber parks its Watch app, and 9 to 5 writes about Watch app abandonment. Introducing Swift for Visual Studio Code. How do Verifi…
 
Follow-up: Fi dog-collar pronunciation Discount code ATP100 for $100 off (not a sponsor) New Ford Mustangs will be available in 2023–2024 Sony did show PSVR2 controllers Mirrorless advantages and the longevity of Canon DSLRs (from Justin Krohn) TV technology WRGB OLEDs do have white backlights QD-OLEDs have RGB “filters”/diffusers Samsung’s 2019 $1…
 
This week the boys talk the ever evolving remote workplace, and the best ways of communicating and emulating an office environment. John talks his recent frustration with debugging and context switching as a UI developer to managing various API's, initially setting up an Xcode Project and problems with Swift Packages. Scotty talks the public releas…
 
In celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the iPhone announcement at Mac World 2007, here is our 10th anniversary episode. We were joined by Tammy Coron and Greg Heo. We followed up on Learning to Learn, a MacBook Pro saving a life, where Apple products are made and the math behind a 5-star rating. Reorded the week marking the 10 year anniversary o…
 
Follow-up: Stuart Hay on chroma sub-sampling, 4:2:2, 4:1:1, 4:2:0 Hyper Thunderbolt 4 Dock Hyper USB-C Media Hub A not-too-short aside about iPad connectivity and expandability Loopback David Smith’s tweet Audio Hijack Audiobus Drafting table Xcode and setting up for Apple Watch development (via Andy Norman) Slideshow App Recommendations Fotomagico…
 
This week the boys talk their hopes and dreams for whats to come in 2022. For John it's the revival and continuation of some old tech, for Scotty it's the beta release of MoneyWell. The boys also talk 'The Ocean Cleanup', side projects, a refreshed attitude towards the future of MoneyWell, Apples delayed release of SharePlay. Paul Hawken's new book…
 
This time I have my colleague Adam Rush as a guest. He organized Swift Leeds, creates content for RayWenderlich.com. He has a fun origin story. A self taught software developer who got started right when the iPhone 3G was a thing. You can find more on Adam online on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/adam9rush His blog: https://www.swiftlyrush.com/ His …
 
First episode of the new year. Happy new year everyone. Enjoy this week’s articles and as always, please reach out on Twitter. I love hearing from you. Here are this week's links: Convert your Swift Facades to the new async/await syntax using Continuations | by César Vargas Casaseca | Dec, 2021 | Medium “Solving Advent of Code 2021 in Swift” by Har…
 
Pre-show: Marco’s desk situation Casey’s desk situation VESA stand …an uglier one …yet uglier still …stand and arm Follow-up: Jonathan Dietz Comes Through Glenwing’s page and calculator and forum post Chroma Subsampling USB4/TB4 bandwidth (via Dimitri Bouniol) Marco’s Christmas-movie Adventure iLife iDVD Gang of Four UXKit discoveryd and mDNSRespon…
 
Jonathan is a fellow podcaster. Together with Mark Fransen he creates the podcast Everyday Robots. In his spare time he created the iOS apps Vizard and Lockne. https://everydayrobots.tech/ Jonathan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refactoredd Vizard on the App Store Lockne on the App Store Everyday Robots on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_everydayrob…
 
Happy Holidays.Final regular episode of 2022. Building an asynchronous SwiftUI button | Swift by Sundell Supporting async/await as a module owner Unit Testing UIViewController Dismiss closure argument in Swift The Vim "tip of the day" for Xcode | Chris Wu Swift Heroes iOS Conf SG Indie Life Unfolding (@IndieLifeComics) / Twitter Please rate me on A…
 
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