Tag Archives: Android

Episode 95 – Batman & Rubin

This week we follow up on Apple Pay. Our #askMTJC spawns questions about getting a start in freelance, bootcamps for Android, expectations of Xcode 8 and does host Mark Rubin have a personal Twitter account. We dive in and discuss Apple’s newly announced App Subscriptions, Shortened Review Times and Paid App Search Ads. Jaime introduced WWDC Friends. We also discuss our WWDC wish list. Picks: Motion Stills by Google, Android iPhone Case, Oslo Coding, Creating and Distributing iOS Frameworks

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Episode 87 – Exclusive: The MTJC Car

This week we follow up on code obfuscation, iOS hacking, CloudKit server code, Man Mini colocation and vim adventures. These were based on feedback from our website and twitter feeds. We discussed the hyped Motor Trend exclusive non-announcement. We also celebrate the successful merging of Swift code for Android platforms. We discuss using schemes in Xcode for unit testing as well as Swift 3.0 pruning. Picks: Bez, PolyMail for Mac, Milanese Loop knockoff, The Practical Dev and Source Tree.

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Value Types vs Reference Types

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Episode 77 – A Reading by Aaron Vegh

This week we discuss the shutdown of Parse, Orta Therox’s post on finding a job as an iOS developer, the Swift Algorithm Club and working in Objective-C. We’re joined by Tammy Coron, who is a developer and all around creative person. We do discuss Star Wars and try not to spoil it. We also touch on developer conferences coming in 2016. Picks: Pomo.tv, Android Study Jams, 360|Andev, X-Files season 10, IndieDevStock and NSNorth.

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Episode 70 – The Source Awakens

This week we reminisce about out earliest Star Wars memories. NO SPOILERS! We follow up on a decent USB-C port adapter. Greg reports on PromiseKit. We also follow up on developer’s salaries in Canada at least. We discuss the interview of Craig Federighi on The Talk Show, as well Greg’s plans to explore more on Swift.org. We discuss building for Android with Android Studio and cross platform with React Native. We follow up on Greg’s experience with Apple Pay. Picks: This Week on Swift.org, Android Feast

University Theatre 1983

University Theatre 1983

Correction: Tim saw the Matrix at the Uptown Theatre. The University Theatre is now a Pottery Barn in Yorkville. The Uptown Theatre is now a condo.

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Episode 15 – Guy Kawasaki’s choice shocks MTJC Podcast

This week we discuss the fate of sapphire manufacturer GT Advanced Technologies and dealings with Apple – Best alternative to a negotiated settlement. We also discuss the exaggerated rumors of developers choosing to go android first and Guy Kawasaki’s choice of smart phone. We discuss Apple’s iMessage deregistering tool as well as rumored iOS exploits. We follow up on iOS 8 adoption at 40%, reduced review times and Xcode bugs. This week’s picks are Post-It Plus and Ben Heck’s video series on building an Apple 1.

Tim meets Guy Kawasaki at Macworld 2009

Tim meets Guy Kawasaki at Macworld 2009

Episode 15 – Show Notes

Guy Kawasaki chooses Android
iOS 7 drops below 40%
iOS app installation security vulnerability
and also from iMore
Apple releases tool to de-register phones from iMessage
Devs going Android-first?
Apple battle with sapphire supplier
APE How to Publish a Book by Guy Kawasaki & Shawn Welch
All About Android
This Week in Google
Gina Tripani

Episode 14 – Picks

Post-it Plus
Build your own replica Apple I

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Episode #10 – I am the one who knocks. I am Yosemite – Oct 8, 2014

This week we ponder the significance of Apple’s upcoming October 16th press conference, It’s been far too long. Will there be a new iPad, or Mac’s. What mountains will Apple climb next. We also take an overdue look at Estimote’s iBeacon implementation. We discuss the trilateralization of electrons and their effect on the disappearance of StarTrek hardware.

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