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Cesare talks to Ally Kazmucha about the struggle that designers and developers go through when they want to “talk to the press”. Towards the end, the two go out for a drink and the conversation gets personal. Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at [Time code];. Conferences he mentioned are: WWDC AltConf Layers iOS Dev Camp Colorado UIKonf CocoaConf Josh Smith recommends reading Zero to One by Peter Thiel. Hosted by Cesare Rocchi @_funkyboy upbeat.it @cocoaconfcast
Cesare talks to Anastasiia Voitova about security and encryption. Links mentioned by Anastasiia Stanfy Books recommended by Josh Smith (@kognate) SWIFT ALGORITHMS and Datastructures Algorithms in C++ Conference mentioned by Chris CodeMash Playgrounds dotSwift Mac Admin & Developer Conference UK Yosemite by CocoaConf Hosted by Cesare Rocchi @_funkyboy upbeat.it @cocoaconfcast
Cesare talks to Natasha about being a software developer while living abroad. Towards the end, the two end up in Napa for a glass of wine and the conversation gets personal. Links mentioned by Natasha Nomadic Matt try! Swift Josh Smith recommended The Little Schemer and Virtual Machines. Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at [Time code];. Conferences he mentioned are: Forward Swift try! Swift NYCSwift SummitMacAdmins ConferenceMacStock CocoaConf Hosted by Cesare Rocchi @_funkyboy upbeat.it @cocoaconfcast
Cesare talks to TJ Usiyan about Chordal Text, an app for harmonic analysis that he released recently. As it is customary, during the conversation the two get thirsty, and head out for a drink. That’s when the conversation gets acquainted. Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at Time.code(). Conferences he mentioned are: WindyCityThingsWearables TechConApp Builders SwitzerlandNSNorthUIKonfiOSConCocoaConf   Josh Smith called in sick :( No reading suggestions for this episode. Get well soon! Hosted by Cesare Rocchi @_funkyboywww.upbeat.it@cocoaconfcast
Cesare talks to Daniel Jalkut about working from home and striking the balance between inspiration and discipline. During the conversation, the two get thirsty, and head out for a beer. That’s when the dialogue becomes more intimate. Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at Time.code(). Conferences he mentioned are: Write The DocsAll Remote Conferences - iOS ConferencemdevconNSNorthCocoaConf Josh Smith recommended The Algorithm Design Manual. Hosted by Cesare Rocchi @_funkyboywww.upbeat.it@cocoaconfcast
Cesare squeezes Brent's memory about the life of a developer before the advent of the App Store. During the conversation, the two get thirsty, and head out for a beer, and the dialogue becomes more intimate. Josh has an interesting suggestion about a magazine that will make you feel retro and Chris has a nice list of upcoming conferences. Episode links: - NetNewsWire- Brent's blog- Project Builder Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences: - Apple Museum- dotSwift- try! Swift- mdevcon- RWDevCon- CocoaConf Josh Smith on Books - The Mag Pi Hosted by Cesare Rocchi - @_funkyboy- upbeat.it
Chris Adamson on Apple TV and teaching iOS Chris Adamson is a longtime developer, author, teacher and conference presenter. Chris blogs at [Time code];. Cesare Rochi on Open Source duemunk/Async: Syntactic sugar in Swift for asynchronous dispatches in Grand Central Dispatch DeskConnect/SBShortcutMenuSimulator: 3D Touch shortcuts in the Simulator Cesare on Twitter: http://twitter.com/_funkyboy Josh Smith on Books Josh recommended NeuroTribes, by Steve Silberman. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/neurotribes/id892867916?mt=11 The theme is performed by James Dempsey jamesdempsey.net Daniel Steinberg is your host dimsumthinking.com editorscut.com His latest book is "A Swift Kickstart". @dimsumthinking @cocoaconfcast
Manton Reece on going IndieManton Reece runs Riverfold Software and is the cohost of the Core Intuition podcast. Some of his recent blog posts include:The latest one about doubting and riskThe one from 2009 about filling in the blanks Links to the “two weeks notice” blog post series:http://www.manton.org/tag/2weeksAnd all of the microblog posts:http://www.manton.org/category/micro   Chris Adamson with upcoming conferencesChris blogs at [Time code];.Conferences he mentioned are:360iDev Min#pragma markCocoaLoveRelease NotesSwift SummitMacTechdo{iOS}iOS ConCodeMash   Cesare Rochi on Open Sourcenetguru/ResponseDetectivealexdrone/ios-fontawesomeCocoaPods Guides: Should I check the Pods directory into source control?Cesare on Twitter: @_funkyboy Josh Smith on BooksJosh recommended Change by Design by Tim Brown   The theme is performed by James Dempseyjamesdempsey.net Daniel Steinberg is your hostdimsumthinking.comeditorscut.comHis latest book is “A Swift Kickstart”.@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Marcus Zarra on Core DataCheck out Marcus' blog post on his Core Data architecture on the Martian Craft blog at http://martiancraft.com/blog/2015/03/core-data-stack/Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blogsConferences he mentioned are:do {iOS} - http://www.do-ios.comPragma Conference - http://www.pragmaconference.comiOSDevUK - http://www.iosdevuk.comNSScotland - http://nsscotland.com360iDev - http://360idev.comCocoaLove - http://cocoalove.orgCocoaConf - http://cocoaconf.comJosh Smith's Book ReviewsJosh Smith recommended How to Wreck a Nice BeachThe Vocoder from World War II to Hip-Hop, The Machine SpeaksDave Tompkinshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/how-to-wreck-a-nice-beach/id447718168?mt=11Cesare Rocchi on Open SourceValet https://github.com/square/ValetOAStackView https://github.com/oarrabi/OAStackViewARAnalytics https://github.com/orta/ARAnalyticsThe theme is performed by James Dempsey and the Breakpointshttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your hosthttp://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.comHis latest book is "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfpodcast
Jonathan Penn on Myth and Star WarsFeaturing excerpts from his NSNorth talk  https://vimeo.com/129387744Rob, Aaron, and Adam Rhyne on a family project: Asteroid AttackThe game Asteroid Attack: http://asteroidattack.usChris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blogsConferences he mentioned are:OSCON 2015 - http://www.oscon.com/open-source-2015MacAdmins 2015 - http://macadmins.psu.eduiOSDevCamp - http://www.iosdevcamp.orgFileMaker DevCon - http://www.filemaker.com/learning/devcon/Prototypes, Process, and Play - http://chicagocamps.org/events/2015/prototypes-process-play/360iDev - http://360idev.comCocoaConf - http://cocoaconf.comJosh Smith's Book ReviewsJosh Smith recommended The Helm (https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/helm/id391491122?mt=11&uo=6&at=11l56E) and Wildside (https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/wildside/id389649964?mt=11&uo=6&at=11l56E) by Steven GouldCesare Rocchi on Open SourceCesare Rocchi mentioned news from CocoaPods and  two projects:CocoaPods news: http://blog.cocoapods.org/CocoaPods.org-Two-point-Five/TSMessages:  https://github.com/KrauseFx/TSMessagesSDWebImage: https://github.com/rs/SDWebImage Saul Mora was our man on the street at WWDCThe theme is performed by James Dempsey and the Breakpointshttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your hosthttp://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.comHis latest book is "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfpodcast
Kevin Jones on visually impaired usersKevin is a musician and developerChris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blogsConferences he mentioned are:WWDC 2015 - https://developer.apple.com/wwdc/AltConf - http://altconf.comLayers - http://www.bringyourlayers.comNeXTEVNT - https://guestlistapp.com/events/323382MacAdmins Conference - http://macadmins.psu.edu/O'Reilly Solid - http://solidcon.com/internet-of-things-2015Swift Conf 2015 (formerly Objective-Cologne) - http://objcgn.comMacAdmins Conference - http://macadmins.psu.eduMacTech Pro - http://pro.mactech.comCocoaConf - http://cocoaconf.comJosh Smith recommended The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-emperor-of-all-maladies/id382723806?mt=11Cesare Rocchi mentioned the two projects:MBProgressHUD   https://github.com/jdg/MBProgressHUDAPAddressBook https://github.com/Alterplay/APAddressBook The theme is performed by James Dempsey and the Breakpointshttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your hosthttp://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.comHis latest book is "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfpodcast
Andy Matuschak on teaching Math and on value types vs reference types in Swift.Andy is formerly of Apple’s UIKit team, now leading mobile engineering at Khan Academy.http://andymatuschak.orghttp://youcanlearnanything.orgChris Adamson with upcoming conferences. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blogsConferences he mentioned are:Wearables TechCon - http://www.wearablestechcon.comIoT Connect - http://www.iotconnect.com.auDot Swift - http://www.dotswift.ioRWDevCon - http://www.rwdevcon.comCodeMash - http://www.codemash.orgCocoaConf - http://cocoaconf.orgYosemite by CocoaConf - http://cocoaconf.com/yosemiteJosh Smith recommended two books this week:Umberto Eco's "The Search for the Perfect Language" http://www.powells.com/biblio/61-9780631205104-0William Gibson "The Peripheral" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-peripheral/id878222350?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EThe theme is performed by James Dempsey and the Breakpointshttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your hosthttp://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.comHis latest book is "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfpodcast
James Dempsey and the Breakpoints debut album is Backtracehttp://jamesdempsey.netBuy the Backtrace album from iTunes athttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/backtrace/id926558924?uo=4&at=11l56EChris Adamson will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School on the CocoaConf fall tour. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.Conferences he mentioned are:http://rwdevcon.comhttp://dotswift.iohttp://www.codemash.orghttp://cmdrconf.comhttp://nsscotland.comhttp://webfontday.dehttp://cocoalove.orghttp://1devday.nethttp://cocoaconf.com/Josh Smith recommended two books this weekWall Street Journal Guide to Information Graphics: Dona Wonghttp://www.powells.com/biblio/1-9780393347289-1Information Dashboard Design: Displaying Data for At-A-Glance Monitoring: Steven Fewhttp://www.powells.com/biblio/2-9781938377006-0James Dempsey composed and performed the themehttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EDaniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Saul Mora on teaching programming to elementary school studentsSaul is a developer who has  a passion for teaching and sharing knowledge and information. He has just left the world of indie developers to join the team at Coursera.He is still the host of the popular podcast http://www.nsbrief.com.Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences and an interview with Alan FrancisChris will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School on the CocoaConf fall tour. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.He interviewed Alan Francis about http://nsscotland.comConferences he mentioned are:http://www.devworld.com.auhttp://cocoalove.orghttp://pragmamark.org/events/pragma-conference-2014/http://cocoaconf.com/Josh Smith recommended two books this weekAlgorithms in a Nutshell by George T. Heineman and othershttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/algorithms-in-a-nutshell/id396889502?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EGuesstimation by Lawrence Weinstein and John A. Adamhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/guesstimation/id719623211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EYou can also find Guesstimation 2.0 by Lawrence Weinstein published three years laterhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/guesstimation-2.0/id730937525?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EEric Knapp on teaching Swift in collegeEric is a faculty member and also Program Director for Mobile Applications Development at Madison College in Madison, WIit.madisoncollege.eduJames Dempsey composed and performed the themehttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EDaniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Michael Swaine and Paul Freiberger on the third edition of their book Fire in the ValleyBest known as the editor of Dr. Dobb's Journal, Michael Swaine created or helped launch a dozen magazines, from InfoWorld to PragPub. He has written more than a thousand articles and columns for publications ranging from the Farmer's Almanac to MacUser. He currently edits books for the Pragmatic Bookshelf and is working on a mystery novel set in the mythical Northwest State of Jefferson.Paul Freiberger wrote about Silicon Valley during the early years of the personal computer revolution. He was part of the original staff of the computer weekly, InfoWorld. He worked as a columnist and reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and the San Francisco Examiner. His first book was Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer (McGraw-Hill, 1984 and 2000), co-authored with Michael Swaine.  Today he writes speeches, books, and white papers for executives, professionals, and academics and develops presentations for startups. He is founder and President of Shimmering Resumes. He graduated from the State University of New York at Binghamton with a BA in History and from Middlebury College with a Masters in Italian Studies.Chris Adamson on What's HappeningChris Adamson will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School on the CocoaConf fall tour. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.Conferences he mentioned are:http://2014.splashcon.orghttp://www.cingleton.comhttp://www.iosdevuk.comhttp://www.devworld.com.auhttp://cocoalove.orgJosh Smith recommended two books this weekPost Office (Bukowski) http://www.powells.com/biblio/2-9780061177576-4The Midnight Disease  (Flaherty)http://www.powells.com/biblio/62-9780618485413-0Laura Savino on getting the help you needLaura is an iOS developer with Khan Academy who came to programming after having studied & taught human languages.She recently had the chance to give some advice to beginning programmers at App Camp for Girls, and helped them learn & practice a few techniques for getting unstuck. James Dempsey composed and performed the themehttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EDaniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Jeff Biggus talks to us about the Julia Programming Language - it runs on the LLVM.Jeff is a longtime Mac and iOS developer who organizes his thoughts at http://hyperjeff.net. He tweets at @hyperjeff.Chris Adamson with upcoming eventsChris will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School on the CocoaConf fall tour. Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.He interviewed Curtis Herbert of the Cocoa Love conference http://cocoalove.orgHe also mentioned:http://denverlibrary.org/event/patents-and-trademarks-steve-jobs-art-and-technology-changed-worldhttp://360idev.com/http://2014.xoxofest.comhttp://reactconf.comhttp://cocoaconf.com/Josh Smith recommended two books this week for your reading listJonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/jonathan-livingston-seagull/id721183597?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EPurely Functional Data Structures by Chris Okasakihttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/purely-functional-data-structures/id811952944?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EMatt Smollinger talked about moving beyond REST for mobile devicesMatt has been involved in software development since he was building simple games on his parents’ Commodore VIC20. He started dabbling in Mac development in the early 2000s, but really dove in head-first with the launch of the iPhone. Since then, he’s done Mac and iOS development for major publishers, marketing companies, and technology companies such as myYearbook, MeetMe, AWeber Communications. His current focus is his ed-tech startup: Skaffl, where he's the CTO and co-founder.James Dempsey composed and performed the themehttp://jamesdempsey.netDaniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EDaniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Matt Gemmell talks about his blog post Confessions of an ex-developerMatt is a freelance writer and aspiring novelist. He has written for many magazines and newspapers, such as The Guardian, Macworld, MacUser, The Loop Magazine, Offscreen, Tap!, and more. He has been interviewed, featured and quoted in various periodicals and news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, BBC News, The Guardian, The Register, .net Magazine, and many more. He has been writing online on his own blog at mattgemmell.com for twelve years, and has an annual readership of over a million people.Previously, he spent seven years as a usability consultant and software engineer, with clients including Apple and other Fortune 100 companies, as well as independent developers. He has spoken at conferences worldwide on a variety of topics including usability, user experience, software design, accessibility and innovation, and has released many open source projects that have been used in hundreds of applications on iOS and OS X.He lives in the city of Edinburgh, in Scotland, with his wife Lauren.http://mattgemmell.com@mattgemmellYou can support his writing at http://www.patreon.com/mattgemmellChris Adamson with What's HappeningChris will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School at CocoaConf Columbus.Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.Conference he mentioned this week:http://nsscotland.comhttps://twitter.com/cmdrconfhttp://www.nativesummit.co.ukhttp://www.iosdevuk.com/http://nsconference.com/http://cocoaheads.org/http://www.nsbelfast.comhttp://www.meetup.com/NSLondon/http://nscodernight.comhttp://cocoalove.orghttp://cocoaconf.comHere's a link to the Swift Tutorial - register your interest if you'd like it to run at http://nsscotland.com/tutorial.htmlJosh Smith's Reading ListJosh has updated his iOS Games Workshop for the fall CocoaConf tour."Build iOS Games with Sprite Kit" is  the book he co-wrote with Jonathan Penn, available now in paperback. http://pragprog.com/book/pssprite/build-ios-games-with-sprite-kitJosh recommends that you add "The most famous suppressed book in computer history" to your reading list:Lions Commentary on UNIX by John Lionshttp://www.abebooks.com/Lions-Commentary-UNIX-John-Annabooks/12540614988/bd?cm_mmc=gmc-_-gmc-_-PLA-_-v01Dave Verwer is the publisher of iOS Dev Weekly iOS Dev Weekly celebrates its 3rd Birthday on Friday 25th July (1st issue was 5th August 2011). http://iosdevweekly.com/.Dave is also a trainer and consultant through his company Shiny Development.http://shinydevelopment.com.@daveverwer* Daniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-swift-kickstart/id891801923?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EDaniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E@dimsumthinking@cocoaconfcast
Jonathan Blocksom talks about the new Graphics 3D APIs for iOS 8: Metal and SceneKit(SceneKit has been available for OS X but is now coming to iOS).Jonathan Blocksom is an iOS Developer at Capital One in McLean, VA, and also teaches OpenGL for the Big Nerd Ranch.Chris Adamson with What's HappeningChris will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School at CocoaConf Columbus.Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.https://distill.engineyard.comhttp://reactconf.comhttp://2014.xoxofest.comhttp://mobilewebdevconference.com/http://360idev.com/http://www.iosdevuk.com/http://nsspain.com/http://cocoaconf.com/Josh Smith with Reading ListJosh has updated his iOS Games Workshop for the fall CocoaConf tour. He recommends that you add two books to your reading list:Words that Hurt, Words that Heal by Joseph TelushkinThe Power of a Positive No by William UryJaimee Newberry on finding the celebrity for your appJaimee spent 15 years as a web designer/developer, she has led UX strategy + design on iOS and mobile applications since 2010. She is currently an executive and personal coach, a speaker and writer helping people with Leadership, Communication, Life Design, Personal Brand, and Avoiding/Recovering from Burnout.jaimeejaimee.com@jaimeejaimeeDaniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com He has a new book out on the Swift Programming language. "A Swift Kickstart"Daniel is also the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone"
* Rob Napier talks to us about what sort of language Swift is.Rob Napier is a long time OS X and iOS developer and author of iOS Programming Pushing the Limits with Mugunth Kumar. He focuses on low level issues including text layout, performance, networking, and security. His main open source work is the cross-language encryption format, RNCryptor. He will be speaking at CocoaConf in Atlanta in December.iosptl.comrobnapier.net@cocoaphonygithub.com/rncryptor* Chris Adamson will be presenting a workshop on AVFoundation Film School at CocoaConf Columbus.Chris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog.http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/traveling-steve-jobs-patent-exhibit-moves-to-denver360idev.commgdsummit.commobilewebdevconference.commobiletechcon.deiosdevuk.comnativesummit.co.ukcocoaconf.com* Josh Smith has updated his iOS Games Workshop for the fall CocoaConf tour. He recommends that you add Agile!: The Good, the Hype and the Ugly by Bertrand Meyer to your reading list* Scott Kovatch is a long-time Mac and iOS developer He provided a fairly comprehensive list of booksSome good resources for learning about new games, or more information on a game you've heard about:Boad Game Geekhttp://www.boardgamegeek.comDice Towerhttp://www.dicetower.comCasual Game Revolutionhttp://casualgamerevolution.comGames Magazinehttp://www.gamesmagazine-online.comWant to join a group or start your own?Meetuphttp://www.meetup.comAnd, check out these iOS board game conversions:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fishing-derby/id661444332?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/agricola/id561521557?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/puerto-rico-hd/id438437326?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/le-havre-the-harbor/id517685886?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stone-age-the-board-game/id564247778?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pandemic-the-board-game/id700793523?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/suburbia/id681966300?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ticket-to-ride/id432504470?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/catan-hd/id390422167?mt=8&at=11l56Ehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scotland-yard/id494302506?mt=8&at=11l56E* Daniel Steinberg is your host. http://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com Daniel is the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E
The CocoaConf Podcast -- Episode 2* Upgrade prices: Charles PerryCharles Perry is the owner of Metakite Software which specializes in building iOS apps for productive people. He also co-hosts Release Notes, a weekly podcast about the business of Mac and iOS indie software development. When Charles isn't writing software, you'll probably find him making a mess in the kitchen as he cooks, bakes, or brews.Metakite Software: http://metakite.comRelease Notes: http://releasenotes.tvBlog Post: http://metakite.com/blog/2014/06/simulating-upgrade-pricing-with-app-bundles/* Survey LineOur Skype address is cocoaconf.podcast.For Episode 3 leave us your name and tell us why you will or won't be adopting Swift right away.* Saul Mora with WWDC reactionsSaul is “an upstanding member of the community", and producer of NSBrief  http://nsbrief.com* What's Happening with Chris AdamsonChris blogs at http://www.subfurther.com/blog/.He mentioned events that you can find out more about at the following places:http://prime.paxsite.comhttp://mgdsummit.comhttps://360idev.comhttp://mobileconference.nlhttp://www.360idev.comhttp://mobilewebdevconference.comhttp://cocoaconf.com* The Reading List: Joshua Smith.Jane McGonigal "Reality is Broken"https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/reality-is-broken/id409506505?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56E* Programmer Productivity: David SmithDavid Smith is an independent iOS developer whose show is available at http://developingperspective.com and tweets at http://twitter.com/_DavidSmithRelevant Past Shows:#185: Pick up your Kite.http://developingperspective.com/2014/05/27/185/#184: The Middle Path?http://developingperspective.com/2014/05/16/0/* Host - Daniel Steinberghttp://dimsumthinking.comhttp://editorscut.com Daniel is the author of "Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone" https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/developing-ios-7-apps-for/id792572211?mt=11&uo=4&at=11l56EThanks to Dave Klein and the CocoaConf family for their support. http://cocoaconf.com.
Programmer Productivity: Ben Scheirman on Mantle.Ben is an iOS & Rails developer out of Houston, TX. He runs NSScreencast.com, a popular site for video tutorials on Objective-C and iOS.Mantle - NSScreencastParsing and Formatting Dates - NSScreencastBen Scheirman (subdigital) on TwitterContinuous Improvement: Jonathan Penn and Joshua Smith on CocoaPods.Joshua and Jonathan are the Rubber City Wizards. You can find CocoaPods at http://cocoapods.org.Event listing with Chris Adamson.Chris blogs at [Time code];. He mentioned events that you can find out more about at the following places:Computer Museum of AmericaRe/codeWWDC - Apple DeveloperAltConf360|iDev — The Conference For iOS DevelopersCocoaConf: The developer conference for those who think different.Jeff LaMarche with advice for WWDC attendees.Jeff is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Martian Craft. His blog post on advice for WWDC first-timers is at iPhone & Mac Development: WWDC First Timer's Guide 2013 Edition.Saul Mora with WWDC predictions.Saul is “an upstanding member of the community", and producer of NSBrief.Daniel Steinberg, host.Daniel is the author of Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPad and iPhone. He mentioned Erica Sadun’s article which you can find at Breaking: EVERYTHING we know about the iPhone 6.Thanks to Dave Klein and the CocoaConf family for their support.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Dim Sum Thinking, Inc
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
May 27th, 2014
Latest Episode
Nov 16th, 2016
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
22
Avg. Episode Length
29 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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