We begin this week discussing bandwidth and the costs of future data use. We discuss integrated chips in the light of Intel becoming an ARM foundry. Apple Pay is coming to more smaller banks and PC Financial, as well as Chick-fil-a. We follow up on iCloud Keychain and Apple use of HSMs. We discuss Microsoft’s response to the latest iPad Pro as computer commercial. Picks: Relayout
AskMTJC opens the show discussing Amaziograph and Easel for iPad Pro. We follow up on the the cost of building apps and marketing the iPad Pro as Apple rolls out it’s latest iPad Pro TV commercial. This leads to a discussion of low end computing. We discuss the churn of app development tooling and whether it has an asymptote. Aaron tells us about The Three Body problem, the Megaprocessor and a diabolical scam using iOS profiles. Picks: building games on Alexa, iPassword Subscriptions for Individuals, Apple TV Remote app, Protocols with Associated Types and Secrets of the Apple Store.
Stop yelling at your iPhone! Correction: we already have associatedtype in Swift 2.2
This week we find out what Jaime thinks about burritos and his first computer. We discussed the rumored MacBook Air with USB-C port. We discuss the iPad Paradox in light of Apple’s better than expected Q3 results and compare the iPad with the Surface. We dig deeper into Apple’s third-quarter results and Apple’s sale of the one billionth iPhone sold. We follow up on NIST declaration of SMS two-factor authentication insecurity. Picks: ItsyCal, Flask-ASK, Prisma, MiFlight
This week Greg Heo and Tammy Coron take over the show along with special guests Aaron Vegh and Mark Rubin. They follow up on Apple’s cloud services. They review the latest keynote from Apple discussing security, the environment, CareKit, Watch bands, the 9.7 inch iPad Pro and iPhone SE. Picks Selections: Patreon, Conquering Your Fear of Adopting Swift, Contributing to Open Source Swift.
Noel Fielding reading about plasticine Joey Ramone & David Bowie
This week the podcast is extended by Greg Heo and Tammy Coron, just before RWDevCon 2016. Tammy tells why she likes Fantastical 2 and her Gumdrop case for her iPad Pro. We chat about preparing for RWDevcon 2016. We discuss switching from indie and freelance development to joining corporations. We speculate on the rumored 9.5 inch iPad Pro. We geek out on biological motors and DRAM Challenges. Picks: OS X Playgrounds, League of Legends, Jamstik +
This week we follow up on the Parse wind down as well as the App Store Economy and Panic’s 2015 report. We also discuss fonts for coders & console use. Apparently Moore’s Law is dead and we touch on the iPad Pro in use. The absence of Americans on the show devolves into a discussion of the weather and where to get a good poutine. More than just code, folks! Picks: Algorithms & Data Structures in Swift and Hirundo.
Photo: Josh Ginter The image Aaron discusses from http://toolsandtoys.net
This week Aaron discusses his hands on impressions of the iPad Pro and iPad Mini 4. We discuss new products revealed at CES for Macbook, Apple Watch, HomeKit and Apple TV. We discuss a new curated list for Apple TV apps as well as Stacks. Picks: iPad Cases from Khomo and Finite, Little things that can make your life easier in 2016 and Apple Pencil Tutorial: Getting Started.
We are graced by the presence of Tammy Coron and Greg Heo as guest hosts. We discuss the freshly minted update to the Twitter for Mac app. We discuss The IndieDevStock conference coming to Nashville TN in the fall. Starting with a follow up on building apps for the iPad Pro, we review the Best tech for developers in 2015. Picks: Parsing JSON in Swift, 12 Resolutions for Programmers and Procreate.
Greg sez: still lots of “Tweetie” and “Tweetie2” mentions when poking inside the app bundle
Once again we discuss the iPad Pro and it’s professional moniker and why now is the right time for a device – based on the hardware and the state of iOS and OS X. We discuss Readdle’s post on becoming successful on the Mac App Store. Also Alan Pike’s report on another developer using his own support email address in their poorly written app. We follow up on idiomatic swift with a post by Erica Sadun. We discuss whether Swift’s automatic inclusion could be problematic for now developers. We also discuss Perfect.org’s Perfect server side swift project.
No kittens were harmed in the making of this show.
This week we discuss the latest Mac App Store certificate Snafu and iTunes Connect issues and the effect on developers. Apple Pay arrives in Canada with caveats and Greg relates his experience with it. We discuss the A9X and A10 chip manufacturers and iPad Pro sales predictions. Tim gives a review of productivity on the iPad Pro after one week. Greg introduces Apple’s move to subscriptions for some services and Castros move to patronage in their podcast app. Picks: Bus Driver and Ferrite