Episode 16 – That Time When Art & Technology Met

This week we discuss the arrival of Apple’s WatchKit addition to iOS SDK. We follow up on the relevance of Technical Job interviews and also on GT Advanced Technologies vs Apple. Aaron’s pick is Atlantic.net and Jaime has another proud papa moment discussing the Target In Store app by his former employer, Point Inside. Tim’s pick on the additional levels added to the award winning Monument Valley app, evolves into a discussion about buyer’s perception of value and the challenges developers & publishers face.

Episode 16 Show Notes
Technical Interviews are Bullshit – Anonymous, Model View Culture
The Desperate Struggle at the Heart of the Apple Supply Chain – Charles Arthur,  the Guardian
WatchKit – Apple
11 things we just learned about how the Apple Watch works – the Verge
Target adds in-store spin to iPhone app by adding interactive maps for all 1,800 U.S. stores – Tricia Duryee, GeekWire
Review: Monument Valley’s Forgotten Shores expansion is a triumph – Serenity Caldwell, iMore
Monument Valley Teaser Trailer – UsTwoSoftware
ustwo at Nordic Game 2014: Making of Monument Valley in Unity

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Episode 16 Picks
Cloud VPS Hosting @ $0.99/month
Target In Store App powered by Point Inside
Monument Valley

Outtakes – Show Music
Space Jazz – Dmitry Rodionov, Melody Loops
iPhone (MetroGnome Remix) – Aaron’s suggestion

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