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Episode 104 – Mix Another Metaphor

We start off the askMTJC with discussion of resources for budding developers. We discuss iMore’s transition away from Apple News to focus on tech and how to’s. We follow up on Protocols with Associated Types and Protocol Oriented programming in Swift. A few exploits are discussed around of the leak of Microsoft’s “Golden Key”. We discuss the importance of a work life balance. Picks: Fira Code, Pocket Casts 6, Apple’s Olympic Watch Bands

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* Correction: Pocket Casts is from the team at Shifty Jelly, not Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly of Mobile Couch fame. MTJC thanks listener Josh Adams for setting us straight.

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 92 – The MTJC Book Club

This week we are joined by Greg Heo to get caught up on his move to San Francisco. We discuss  the 12 inch MacBook. We discuss a couple of #askMTJC questions on books and resources for iOS developers as well as finding inspiration and blockers. We follow up on Perfectsoft, Swift 3.0 and the lack of ABI compatibility, MacID, a Women in Code study and Shorter App review times. Picks: Gboard, Finda.photo, Pallets, Disrupted and Swift Algorithm Club.

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Episode 68 – The Future of Swift Idioms

We dive right in on a discussion on wages and salaries for iOS developers. Next we celebrate Adobe’s decision to end Flash and introduce Animate CC. We discuss Dan Frommer’s post on the stalled Apple Watch platform. Bohemian Coding’s decision to remove Sketch from the Mac App Store is also discussed. We corner guest host Greg Heo on whether Swift has gained it’s own development idioms and the pending Swift going open source. Picks: Realm, Asynchronous Values in Swift, UITouch.StylusApple Campus WIP

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