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Episode 148 – WWDC Detox – 2017 Edition

This week we chat about WWDC 2017 with Tammy Coron and Greg Heo. We answer #askMTJC’s from Shawn Marston, Vic Hudson and Mike Pollard. We follow up on no longer being able to prompt for reviews, making $80,000 per month on the AppStore, Apple Park in open and we look at or rather laugh at WWDC 1997. Greg and Mark regale of tales from the McEnery Convention Center, home of WWDC 2017 and neighbor to AltConf 2017. We all chat about WWDC sessions; Core ML, Vision, Xcode 9, Swift 4, frameworks and lunch sessions. Picks: MLCamera – Vision & Core ML with AVCaptureSession Inceptionv3 model, New rules following WWDC 2017 – App Store Review Guidelines History, Apple Platform SDK API Differences and Visual Studio Code.

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Episode 122 – What is Internet?

This week we answer #askMTJC about how we use the pragma mark in our apps. We also follow up as we test drive Setapp’s beta program. We discuss the @available attribute in Swift that allows you to use new iOS features while maintaining backward compatibility. We the new Bluetooth 5 announcement and discuss some contradictory articles on the wearables market. Aaron gives a status report on CarPlay in his new car. Picks: Pre-Apple return Steve Jobs TV interview, Wang 1980’s TV commercial and Inside the secret meeting where Apple revealed the state of its AI research.

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Episode 40 – Adding Voice to the Situation

This week we continue the discussion of a Siri API, based on Ben Thompson’s post, GreenyDev’s SiriViewServiceHeaders and Persimmon for Swift. Aaron also discusses the attempts to get MagPie approved. We also discuss Redacted’s sales on the Mac App Store.

Episode 40 Show Notes:

Apple Watch and Continuous Computing
Her
PCalc – The Best Calculator
Redacted
Parsimmon
SiriViewService-Headers
Magpievideo.com
Ex Machina
Product Hunt
WatchAware
Digg
Cheddar Plus (iOS) (Mac)
Vanhawks.com
WWDC Watch Hackathon

Episode 40 Picks:

Venmo
Passbook

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Episode 34 – Waiting With the Rest of Us

This week we discuss the 2015 Developer Survey from StackOverflow. We discuss whether Apple’s pro hardware and software has stalled. We discuss the flood of reviews with the lifting of the Apple Watch review embargo.

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Episode 34 Notes:

2015 Developer Survey
What about “pro” software (e.g. Photos.app replacing Aperture)
Daring Fireball – The Apple Watch
WatchKit Development Tips

Episode 34 Picks:

Collection of UI components curated by Caesar Wirth
GInterfaceDataTable
Adobe Ideas
Adobe Color CC
Adobe Acrobat DC – PDF Reader and more

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.

Episode 10 Show Notes:

Daring Fireball: Note to Self: It’s the Storage Space, Stupid
Accidental Tech Podcast: atp.fm
Appannie report: is Android worth it?
the Loop: Samsung Pitch to build A9
SixColors: Apple event set for Oct. 16
Heisenberg compensator
Estimote iBeacon indoor positioning
Bob Kressin: KS Technologies Particle iBeacon
Bob Kressin: The iBeacon Stack: Lessons for a Successful Enterprise Deployment
Trilateration
9to5mac App with launcher extension removed from App Store
Atomic Bird: iOS 8 App Extension Development Tips
Tumblr’s experience creating an Extension

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Pick of the Week:
Wdgts for iOS
Prompt 2 by Panic
Evernote + Moleskin
Ben Scheirman: 75 Essential Tools for iOS Developers

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Episode #9 – Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible… – J Swift – Oct 1, 2014

In the light of some twisted media misdirection, we discuss the Apple’s ability to focus on issues. Are they moving too fast and trying to over deliver? We also delve into the state of Apple’s lauded new programming language Swift. Is it really ready for prime time?