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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.
 
Join filmmakers, cofounders, and app creators Adrian Grenier ("Entourage") and Peter Glatzer as they discuss their new app, Food Tripping. Developed by SHFT and Ford, the GPS-based app helps you eat well when you’re on the road, with a fun, simple interface that puts the good stuff at your fingertips. Eateries, farmers markets, juice joints, microbreweries, organic coffee— Food Tripping makes it simple to find healthier, more thoughtful food wherever you are.
 
Join best-selling author and Oscar-nominated actor Julianne Moore and app developer Andrew McLeod as they discuss their new app, Freckleface Strawberry’s Monster Maker. Based on her children’s book series Freckleface Strawberry, illustrated by LeUyen Pham, the app lets you mix and match an endless number of monster parts for hours of fun. You can even hear the voice of Freckleface Strawberry herself offering you encouragement as you design your very own monster best friend.
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
Discussions and hacks with leading App Entrepreneurs and Programmers. You'll get actionable tips on Onboarding, Activation & User Retention in less than 20 minutes. Pointzi is for Web and Mobile App Product Teams. Onboarding and Automating interaction with users. Tips, Tours, Carousels and InApp Messages help Product Teams, Customer Success and Developers iterate without writing code or updating to the Appstore.
 
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Tim is an interesting fellow. Worked at Riot Games. An entirely self taught software developer. He created Pocket Rocket with a purpose and he is successful. Look for Pocket Rocket app in the iOS App Store You can find and contact Tim on Twitter. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My websit…
 
After a season of podcasting and reading ‘Living By The Code’ Nishant is in the hot seat to talk about GDG, Open Source, throwing pottery and bookbinding. This Episode’s Sponsor This episode is sponsored by MongoDB Realm Sync Show Notes Nishant Srivistava Living By The Code Book Nishant Srivistava – Professional Site GDG – Main Site Open Source Ini…
 
In this episode I discuss: >• What's wrong with most developer CV's • How to craft your CV to land the interview • Why you should delete your personal statement ASAP \n • What to write when you have no experience • and more! 🤙🏽 Get in touch You can find your host, Rob J, on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & at robj.me. You can also connect with like m…
 
Another week, another episode. WWDC21 is about a month away. Looking forward to another event by Apple.I enjoy finding ways to incorporate newly added features to the Apple App Eco system. Looking forward to adding last year's additions to our codebase since we are moving up the minimal supported target. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me fe…
 
Wait, what is going on here? Kim Arnett as a host? Interviewing Jeroen? What is going on here? Listen to Kim interview me. Enjoy! I will have a recording with Kim being interviewed by me later this year. Have a look at Kim's Twitter @kaydacode and her online shop with many cool stickers and other items! Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me fee…
 
Today's guest is Greg Edwards, the CEO at cyber security company CryptoStopper. In this episode we discuss: His origins in Cyber Security How SMS 2 Factor Authentication is fundamentally broken How Apple was recently held to ransom Mobile devices as attack vectors The future of ransomware on mobile How to write secure code Getting into the hackers …
 
It's been 2 weeks since my previous regular episode. I hope you liked my Indie Panel of last week.Some great articles over the past 2 weeks. In this episode I pick just a few of those. Mentioned links: What's new in Swift Package Manager in Swift 5.4 | FIVE STARS How to observe NSManagedObject changes in Core Data using Combine How To Upload Data T…
 
Roxana is amazing. She's having loads of fun developing iOS apps for Monstarlab. In Dubai. It has been a while since she's seen rain. And she is working hard on creating content online on the topic of AR Kit. Also she is an advocate for inclusivity by leading the charge at Women in Tech Dubai. You can find Roxana online through her website: https:/…
 
Dru speaks barefoot on stage while explaining Aristotle as a result of reading ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Dru Freeman Living By The Code – Book Apple ][ – Wikipedia Pascal – Wikipedia Vector Answer – Stackoverflow RTFM – Wikipedia VAX/VMS – Web based emulator BNR – Classes Udemy Main Site WMRT About the Station WCMO About the Station Public S…
 
Cowardly abandoned by Chet and Romain, Tor faces three guests alone. Jeffrey van Gogh, Ting-Yuan Huang, and Yigit Boyar join Tor to talk about Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP), a new, faster, and better tool to replace annotation processors. You will learn how KSP works, what it can do, why it was created, and how it is used in the Room Jetpack libra…
 
Today's guest is Teresa Wu - Head of Android Engineering at Tide. In this episode we discuss: BDD - What is it, How to do it & Why it's useful Why she left contract work for a permanent job What being Lead Engineer entails Becoming a T Shaped Developer Her thoughts on Flutter and much much more! 🌎 Connect with Teresa You can find Teresa on Twitter …
 
It is King's Day tomorrow in the Netherlands. So national holidays, time for something completely different. A panel discussion. 6 people on a recording. What could possibly go wrong right? I'm with Malin and Kai. Their company is called Triple Glazed Studios. Their main product is called Orbit. Josh Holtz, maintainer of FastLane.tools and a couple…
 
Ting from China, moved through Arkansas to California. With the support of her parents, she made a huge leap of faith. And it does seem the Chinese year of the Ox is smiling upon her choices. With dedication and a free schedule, Ting did a full reset of her career as a CPA. She's a self taught iOS software developer, now an associate software engin…
 
This time, Tor, Chet, and Romain talked with Rohit Sathyanarayana and Florina Muntenescu about the DataStore library. DataStore is the replacement for SharedPreferences, being better for many reasons (it's asynchronous and avoids blocking the UI thread, it is type-safe). It not only has a similar/simple key-value pair API like SharedPreferences, bu…
 
In this episode you'll hear me on the Mentoring Developer's Podcast, talking about: My journey as a freelancer My advice to new or aspiring software engineers How I passed on the chance to be part of a startup that could have made him a millionaire and much more! Find the original episode on the Mentoring Developer's Podcast 🤙🏽 Get in touch You can…
 
The end is in sight. Roof is almost done. Meanwhile things keep on progressing. CocoaHeadsNL, Core Data workshop, new articles. An Apple event. In this week's episode: JavaScriptCore and Swift • Andy Ibanez How to Manage Photo Library Permission in iOS - Swift Senpai Blur Effect in SwiftUI – SerialCoder.dev What’s the difference between a singleton…
 
"Chemical Engineering?! Then how did you become a Software Engineer?"I asked Stephanie the above question. It involves shampoo and tooth paste. Only in 2018 Stephanie switched into iOS development. Now she works at PayPal. Stephanie's website on Tech Career Coaching Stephanie on Twitter Stephanie on LinkedIN Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send m…
 
Cate takes Dru and Nishant up the Social Justice ladder discussing her interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Cate Huston Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Cate – Interview Duck Duck Go – Main Portal Glowforge – Main Site Etsy – Main Site Leicester – Wikipedia Why Is Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace Important? Article – GreatP…
 
In this episode I discuss: Why releasing your own apps appeals to recruiters The benefits of experiencing the entire development lifecycle My own experience of releasing my own apps How to leverage your own apps to teach yourself new technologies and more! 🤙🏽 Get in touch You can find your host, Rob J, on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & at robj.me. …
 
In this episode, Romain, Chet and Tor sit down with Brian Carlstrom and Nicolas Geoffray to discuss their work on ART (the Android Runtime). Brian and Nicolas describe the early prototypes and bringup of ART, getting it production ready, as well as recent developments such as cloud profiles. Chet, Brian and Romain on the top row, and Tor and Nicola…
 
Lots going on, skipped a week but published something cool. Some reflections on me, my home and other things.And lots of cool articles. Enjoy! This week's links: An introduction to working with Codable in Swift – Donny Wals Category: Codable – Donny Wals LostMoa - Bringing Polymorphism to Codable Instantly parse JSON in any language | quicktype Des…
 
I met Jeremy on iOS Dev Happy Hour. Jeremy is ex U.S. armed forces and after his service life he eventually ended up as a software development manager and iOS developer. Jeremy has an interesting backstory and we will dig into his history and how he managed to end up where he is at right now. Jeremy on Twitter Jeremy on Linkedin Please rate me on A…
 
Malin and Kai, work and live together in Vancouver Canada. Their company is called Triple Glazed Studios. Their main product is called Orbit. They are two very enjoyable people to talk with and they have travelled around the world together. Listen in on our conversation and hear how they got started in tech and how they ended up where they are righ…
 
Charlie is from a .net background. He switched into iOS app development and needed a practice project to work on. Dark Noise was born. Talk about an understatement, Dark Noise a "practice project". Charlie's website The statistics about Dark Noise launch Dark Noise app Overviewer app Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe O…
 
Annyce Davis brings even more joy and enthusiasm while Dru and Nishant discuss her interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Annyce Davis Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Corey – Interview Amsterdam – Wikipedia Meetup.com – Main Site Typescript – Main Site GraphQL – Main Site Quack Like A Duck Duck Test – Wikipedia Helium Hand Article…
 
Hey there, the more I think about my podcast pivot, the more it grows on me. I look forward to starting work on it and see how it turns out. Meanwhile I am looking for waya to tune down on the monday evening podcast recording. Not sure yet how to do that, but it will happen at some point. Using Combine’s futures and subjects | Swift by Sundell Xcod…
 
Allen Whearry is the person organizing #iOSDevHappyhour. You should look that one up on Twitter if you haven't. Allen had an interesting journey into tech, he started with a psychology major and went through several sales roles before diving into tech. On this episode Allen and I take you through Allen's backstory. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.…
 
I launched. Wow! Also created a sweet little CLI util I am going to use on the next Swift Weekly Brief. After my book launch it is time to gather feedback and iterate a few times. Oh and let's not forget to also mention that rotten roof. Filip's Němeček iOS chat with me. Donny monday morning tweet Chat with Jeroen Leenarts | iOS Chats by Filip Něme…
 
Nedim is intresting. He is young. Only 17 years old when I interviewed him. He still has to properly start his career as a software developer. But even at his young age, he sounds to be ready to take on the world. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My website appforce1.net Newsletter, sign …
 
Join Nishant and Dru at the bar as we share drinks with Fernando Cejas over his interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Fernando Cejas Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Corey – Interview Road Cycling Article – Wikipedia Argentina Complete Guide – lonelyplanet.com Berlin Complete Guide – lonelyplanet.com Japanese Kanji – japan-guide.c…
 
Chet, Nick, Clara, Leland, Tor, Adam, and Romain. So many guests! This time, Tor, Romain, and Chet chatted with a few people on the Jetpack Compose team, about... Jetpack Compose! Compose hit Beta a couple of weeks ago (don't believe me? Check out the recent Android show on Compose Show!), so we took the opportunity to talk to some of the people th…
 
A bit more personal stuff in this episode. Besides the regular articles I want to share with you my thoughts on a book launch, Swift Weekly Brief and the future of my podcast. This is the time to weigh in your thoughts. Also listen in for a special present I packaged into this episode. Memory layout in Swift - The.Swift.Dev. Randomness in Swift: Co…
 
Jeroen Willemsen and I worked together on a security related mobile networking SDK. Based on that working history and Jeroen's work on the OWASP MSTG I wanted to get Jeroen on my podcast to talk about how to get started with mobile security testing on iOS. Topics mentioned in the episode: OWASP MSTG on Github OWASP MASVS on Github MSTG & MASVS info…
 
Home remodel is upon my family. A lot of stuff planned, did some pre-recording. So no worries. There will be fresh content while this place is in shambles. Vincent's YouTube channel Swift Weekly Brief newsletter Exploiting String Interpolation For Fun And For Profit | Dave DeLong UIMenu: Comprehensive guide | Filip Němeček Be careful with Obj-C bri…
 
Here's to Vincent, he started a YouTube channel right about when I uploaded my very first episode. March 3 2021, he passed 2000 subscribers. And today, on March 5 we record for my podcast to celebrate this event.Vincent started with YouTubing due to the whole pandemic thing. This is one example of this horrible world event being an example of start…
 
Daniel Jalkut owns and runs Red Sweater Software. He also hosts the Core Intuition podcast together with Manton Reece. Daniel was an Apple employee at some point during his career. In this episode we go through his experience starting and growing as a software developer. Links from this episode: Red Sweater Software Core Intuition Podcast Micro.blo…
 
Creativity and Tech merge when we speak with Corey Leigh Latislaw about her interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Corey Leigh Latislaw Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Corey – Interview Collaging Article – Wikipedia Public Speaking – MondTools Power Poses Article – Wikipedia Sketch noting What is it & how can I get started? – Blog…
 
What does a podcast look like? We don't know, so here's a picture of the podcast's website We want to hear from you! In this episode, Tor, Romain, and Chet talk about what they could do — or not do —to improve Android Developers Backstage. Please check our survey and let us know how you would like to see this podcast evolve. We recommend you fi…
 
An announcement about another newsletter this week. A few interesting articles. Lets not forget aSync/aWait. But most of all… a whole lot of people are launching things this week. GraphQL in Swift | Swift with Majid Custom HUDs in SwiftUI | Five Stars How-to: Create a zip file on iOS using Swift without 3rd party dependencies | Recoursive Corner Ra…
 
Anastasiia and I had an awesome chat about her work as a head of customer solutions and security software engineer at Cossack Labs. The conversation we had really reflects the personality of Anastasiia. She is always very open and willing to share her deep knowledge on security related topics. Cossack Labs, Anastasiia's place of work. Anastasiia on…
 
News of the week, an update from Sam about the second round in his first interview experience. Some great new stuff on Donny Wals' monday morning tweet. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My website appforce1.net Newsletter, sign up! Podcast Party My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Th…
 
It's history time! Or even [pre-]ART History time! We didn't take a picture this time. Please imagine what we looked like. This time, Tor, Romain, and Chet were joined by Dan Bornstein, one of the early members of the Android team. Dan joined in 2005 to create a runtime for Android, which became Dalvik. We talked about some of the early placeholder…
 
Chris Vasselli is the perfect example of the one thousand fans principle. A subscription based income from a niche product. How cool is that, doing what you love for a small group of dedicated end-users. Nihongo app - A modern Japanese dictionary and study tool. Demo of the OCR feature in Nihongo Chris Vasselli on Twitter Please rate me on Apple Po…
 
From his interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Ty Smith talks about the difference between Dev Managers and Tech Managers. Show Notes Ty Smith Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Ty – Interview Zagat Restaurant Guide – Main Site Ruby on Rails – Main Site PHP – php.net Evernote – Main Site The Expanse TV Show – Wikipedia Doctor Who TV Show – Wik…
 
Much info on Swift and SwiftUI basics this week. I am writing lots and lots of code again over the last view days. It feels good to be back knee deep in code. A lot of stuff on my plate currently, big deadline, home remodelling. All things needing to be done. So let's dig in. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contac…
 
Nandini and Pim are old colleagues of mine. I learned iOS development on the project the three of us worked on together. It has been years ago. Finn, banking of things. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My website appforce1.net Newsletter, sign up! Podcast Party My book: Being a Lead Softw…
 
Another week, another weekly news episode. Extra content around Sam's journey to becoming a paid iOS developer. Great updates from community members like Paul Hudson, John Sundell and Antoine van der Lee. You should try Hindenburg. What’s new in Swift 5.4? – Hacking with Swift Integrating SwiftUI Bindings and Combine – Rhonabwy XCTExpectFailure: Ex…
 
Chris is the sole developer of SuperMegaUltraGroovy. Maker of Capo. A utility to learn music by ear, without tabs or sheet music.2 months ago he released version 4. It contains a big change in business model. Together Chris and I dig into his history and why Capo was created. 00:22 About SuperMegaUltraGroovy 02:07 What does Capo do? 05:26 Digging i…
 
Joe Birch shares the joys of transparent and asynchronous work through his interview in ‘Living By The Code.’ Show Notes Joe Birch Living By The Code Book Living By The Code Joe – Interview Buffer Overflow – Podcast Buffer Business – Main Site Asynchronous Work Article – Buffer Blog Bullet Journaling – Main Site Switching off Article – Creative Boo…
 
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