App developer “Underscore” David Smith has made 51 App Store apps, but only considers a handful of them to be successful. How can you be principled but not prejudiced? How can you be inspired by Apple without being Apple?
“Why can’t we just go back to the Europe?” Úll co-organizer Dermot Daly checks in on the conference and explains why it’s structured the way it is and why it’s being held at the Europe resort in Killarney for a second (and in 2017, third!) time
In his talk, Dermot Casey explored “the morality of software.” We discuss the two stories from his talk—an outward success he considers a failure, and an outward failure he measures as a success—and yes, we mention You-Know-Who.
Matthew Scharf of G.F Smith is Úll’s paper consultant and helped guide the process of designing the welcome packet for Úll visitors. The intersection of design and technology involved in papercraft might be a location familiar to those in the A
Stephen Coyle’s app Tapt emerged from an attempt to teach music and rhythm, and his twin pursuits of musical composition and app development have given him a unique perspective on how music notation and Swift have more in common than you’d thin
Úll is a conference about thinking different. This year’s conference will feature a series of audio recordings produced by Jason Snell and featuring the speakers, special guests, and attendees of Úll, all posted to this podcast feed.
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