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Join lecturer in public policy, Dr Chris Neff from the University of Sydney as he turns his sceptical eye and curious mind to the world of research. Each episode an academic will join Chris in his office to explore the latest research on topics that affect us all. From housing prices to diet guidelines and everything in between, Chris will question what the evidence says, debunking myths and assumptions along the way. Open for discussion is a podcast series produced by the University of Sydn ...
 
Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.
 
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Listen in on me reflecting on the past year of podcasting. I share some of my thoughts on how I think things are going. As always feedback is welcome. Especially this week. Keep on listening I love it when you reach out to me. My podcasting gear. One of my favourite gadgets, an Atreus keyboard. This is CocoaHeadsNL. This Shure Beta 87A is high on m…
 
Listen in on my conversation with Matteo. He creates advances iOS courses. Being self employed teaching people is what he wanted to do. In his goals along his path into iOS development he seems to have always kept his current work in mind. Matteo's website: https://matteomanferdini.com/ Matteo's app website: https://www.purecreek.com/ Matteo on Twi…
 
A bit of a reflective episode. Some cringeworthy content even. Lots of people working hard in our community. Stuff about Actors, ifs and becoming profitable. Links of this week`s contents: Case study: Building a profitable app in 30 days | by Arthur Van Siclen Jordi's content on Gumroad Should every if statement has an else clause | Sarunw How Send…
 
Mihaela and I got introduces on Clubhouse. I loved how she respectfully was able to tell people if they were wrong on many topics. Sometimes she was not subtle on purpose. But she has always been right. And that’s impressive. Learn more about Mihaela. I would love to meet her in person one day on a conference. You can find her on Twitter: @civeljah…
 
Some deeper articles this month, but I am sure we will manage. Here are this week's links: Writing Effective Software Development Notes for Future You How I Prepare Presentations and Workshops | Bas’ Blog EXC_BAD_ACCESS crash error: Understanding and solving it - SwiftLee Analysis of CVE-2021-30860 - Objective-See's Blog Solving CPU Usage Crashes w…
 
Just for the heck of it and because this is upload 101, I talk about mechanical keyboards with Josh, Franklin and Tommy. A special celebration for my 100 published episodes milestone. Josh on Twitter. Franklin on Twitter. Tommy on Twitter. Josh uses a homebuilt Ergodox, an Ergodox EZ and a Moonlander. Franklin uses the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard. To…
 
A little bit less on the news articles. A little more on the personal news. This week's links: Going open-source | Daniel Saidi Powerful Advanced Swift Techniques for Complex Apps How AsyncSequence works internally in Swift Using convert function to make Animations in Swift Me on Twitter: "I submitted my resignation letter at my work. November 1st …
 
TelemetryDeck is bootstrapping when we record this. On the verge of signing up its first paying customers. Listen in on why Daniel created TelemetryDeck and what the future might hold… You can find more on Daniel and TelemetryDeck here: On twitter More info on TelemetyDeck Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact m…
 
This week I wanted to make a big announcement, but I still have to sit on it for one more week. Monday will also be my 100th episode. Still can’t wrap my head around that though. This week's episode links: Tweet by @felibe444 An Introduction to the Microapps Architecture – Increment Barcode detection using Vision framework How to apply a reverse ma…
 
This is Austin, and he has big plans. Currently has Mitynotes and achvmnts on the App Store, with more apps on the way. More info on Austin: https://www.mitynote.com/ On Twitter Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter Newsletter, sign up! My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software De…
 
I am working on a Dutch presentation about Tuist but I also hope to perform the same presentation in English somewhere sometime this month. A big shoutout to NSSpain Remote Edition 2021. The links from this week: Building Dynamic Lists in SwiftUI - The Ultimate Guide to SwiftUI List Views - Part 2 Using Swift’s async/await to build an image loader …
 
Meet Jordan, I got famliar with him through his book called “Best in Class iOS app”. Turns out he works at Buffer and does a lot of thinks in his sparetime. Like building SpendStack and selling that. More info on Jordan: https://www.bestinclassiosapp.com/ On Twitter https://www.swiftjectivec.com/ Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback o…
 
One Swift and a few more SwiftUI articles this week. Also a nice keyboard combo for Xcode and how to get started with doc comments in your Swift code. Links in my episode: Using Variadic Parameters in Swift – SerialCoder.dev How to Animate Gradients in SwiftUI Conditional compilation within Swift expressions | Swift by Sundell Exploring SwiftUI map…
 
Danijela is from Croatia, she recently moved to Canada and is now starting her career as a software developer.You might know her from an article whe wrote over at Ray Wenderlich. More info on Danijela: https://danijelavrzan.com/ On LinkedIN On Twitter On RayWenderlich.com Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me…
 
I’m starting to notice I’m using more and more SwiftUI in my dayjob. The SwiftUI articles really draw my attention. Next week I’ll focus more on other topics. This week's articles: Every SwiftUI Environment Value explained | FIVE STARS How to define custom environment values in SwiftUI | Sarunw Why Conditional View Modifiers are a Bad Idea · objc.i…
 
Mohammad Azam is a trainer/teacher and active on Udemy and YouTube. He moved to the US for his education and with his side income he is able to travel a lot. Learn more about Mohammad on: His website: https://azamsharp.com/ His Twitter: @azamsharp YouTube channel Udemy instructor page Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe …
 
The keyboard rabbit hole has deepened. A book recommendation. And schools are about to start. This week's links: Handling links with SwiftUI's openURL | FIVE STARS How to write unit tests for SwiftUI apps | mokacoding Unit testing UIView action and gesture in Swift How to show multiple alerts on the same view in SwiftUI | Sarunw How to use throwing…
 
Johan originally is from Venezuela. He now lives in Moscow with his wife.He took an interesting journey. The Corona crisis made him switch up his career path. Have a listen and learn how a hobby can end you up with a new future and different source of income. Learn more about Johan: Website Twitter: @esmoscu Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send m…
 
Going back to basics a bit. A smaller set of articles, but ebery link is very much worth your while. Just like every week… Links from this week: Building a token refresh flow with async/await and Swift Concurrency How to create a property wrapper in Swift | Swift with Majid How to do print debugging in SwiftUI | Sarunw Flow layout with self-sizing …
 
Rob is an iOS mobile developer currently working for Capital One in the UK. Rob is passionate about making great mobile experiences that work for everyone. You can find him online: On his website: https://rwapp.co.uk/ On Twitter: RobRWAPP and MobileA11y On his blog: https://mobilea11y.com/ This is a link to Rob's book at Apress: Developing Inclusiv…
 
A lot of people went on vacation already. And it sure looks things are speeding up again. Last 2 weeks the rate of new articles started picking up again. Not back at non summertime levels, but we are ramping up for sure. I hope you all had a great vacation. If you made some new resolutions for yourself during your summer break, have a look at my wo…
 
Sam McGarry, college dropout, cook and now an iOS software developer. If you need a dose of inspritation, connect to Sam in Twitter and enjoy the conversation.Sam dedicated himself to becoming an iOS developer. He succeeded. More on Sam: https://www.sammcgarry.dev/ Sam on Twitter Sam's Github Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on Sp…
 
I went on vacation and I got hugged by a bear only to find lots of great content when I got home. I reduced it to 22 links and picked 13 to share with you. Enjoy. Xcode tips Automatically Switch to Build Log | dasdom 4 Xcode shortcuts to get back your screen space | Sarunw The Jump Bar In Xcode | dasdom UI development Implementing drag & drop for C…
 
Meet Samuel, he is an old colleague of mine. We worked together on, you guessed it, the ING App. I knew a few things of his backstory. In this episode he tells it all. His story is amazing. You could say him becoming an iOS developer is in fact a love story. Donkey Mobile (Dutch language site) Samuël on LinkedIN Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Se…
 
Welcome to my podcast. Different one again. Today I'll tell you what I use for podcasting and why I use these. Hindenburg Journalist Pro Pixelmator Pro Audient Evo 4 Samson Q7 Audio Technica ATH-M50x MacBook M1 Expert Mouse Trackball IQunix L80 with Cherry MX Brown switches OWC Thunderbolt Dock LG 27UL850-W, 27 inch 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor Buzzsprou…
 
This is Kim. And I must say I am a fan. She has worked hard to get to where she is at right now. She works as a senior iOS developer and has a lot of passion for tech… and stickers. You can find Kim on: Twitter: @kaydacode Her stickershop: https://kaydacode.com/ Which you follow on Twitter as well: kaydacodeshop Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Se…
 
A pre-recorded episode. Some thoughts on dependencies in your codebase. Food for thought. Swift Package Index Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter Newsletter, sign up! Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer. Practical Core Data by Donny Wals Lea…
 
You might have seen Mustafa's app on Twitter. It is called Tasks. By his own admission, not the most SEO friendly name. But it is a great app using Apple's frameworks top to bottom. Learn about Mustafa's story thoughts launching and living his indie developer lifestyle. More information about Mustafa: Tasks app Mustafa on Twitter Please rate me on …
 
It seems to be party time on my Twitter timeline. People are releasing Testflights and launched left and right. Upping their game by supporting iPad OS. Starting new newsletters. Great stuff really. WWDC21: What’s New in Unit Testing for Xcode 12.5 Meet the new Button styling | FIVE STARS Diffable data source behavior changes and reconfiguring cell…
 
Anna lives in Barnaul in Russia. She is a lead mobile developer for over 7 years. We met through a session for WWDC Community. She is an active conference speaker and got her first exposure to software development at a young age. You can find more info on Anna on: Github Her website Twitter Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on Spea…
 
A new week, an new update. An update of my book and great new articles from the iOS community. Enjoy. Preparing loads of content here. And did you know I passed my 75th episode already? New Formatters in iOS 15: Why do we need another formatter | Sarunw How Swift runs an async executable – Ole Begemann Requiring min code coverage in Swift packages …
 
Oscar was one of the WWDC 2020 student challenge winners. Learn how Oscar got started on software development and his path to being a student challenge winner. Oscar is young and still has some big choices to make in the next 2 years, but he seems to know what path he wants to take. Oscar on GitHub Oscar on Twitter His app Schooly Oscar's 2020 WWDC…
 
Hussle time after WWDC before some well deserved R&R. Join me in finding a couple of great articles to add to your reading list. Xcode DocC - Getting Started Understanding SwiftUI Grid Layout What are Swift Concurrency’s task local values? – Donny Wals A better way to ask for a one-time user's location with the Location Button | Sarunw Mastering se…
 
Reinder helps people play with code. He does this through learnappmaking.com. Hear how he got started by game modding as a kid and how it put him on the path of creating an online business. Learn more about Reinder: https://learnappmaking.com/ His Twitter: @reinder42 Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me thro…
 
WWDC21 is now over and finished, but things are not back to normal just yet. People are still discovering great little bits and pieces in all the stuff announced by Apple. News: WWDC21: Wrap up and recommended talks – Hacking with Swift WWDC21: What's New in Testing | mokacoding StoreKit 2 and Updates from WWDC 2021 – RevenueCat An introduction to …
 
Dominic Williams is an independent iOS developer from Wales, UK. In his spare time he work on the app Moderation. More on Dominic: His website. His app Moderation. His twitter @domzy In our recording Dominic also mentioned the 4 burner principle. More on that: https://jamesclear.com/four-burners-theory Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feed…
 
Keeping it short this week. So much content. It is amazing. :) Async/Await vs. Combine articles: Async/Await and the Future of Combine Thoughts on Combine in an async/await world – Donny Wals Bottom sheet articles: Meet the new bottom sheet in iOS 15 | Filip Němeček\ Bottom sheet on iOS15 using UISheetPresentationController and Xcode 13 | Mateusz M…
 
Filip likes to keep himzelf busy with all kinds of websites, Django development and iOS development. Learn more about all the things Filip does at https://filipnemecek.com/. As an iOS developer you might know him from his blog https://nemecek.be/ or https://iosfeeds.com/. He is also a fan of the Nintendo Switch and launched SwitchBuddy, a small uti…
 
Donny Wals and I share our initial impressions about the Apple Keynote. Afterwards we take a look at last week's news articles. Oh Crop by Josh Holtz Bluetooth and SwiftUI. Developing app for RGB stripe control — Teletype Xcode Keyboard Shortcuts Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My websit…
 
Dave became a thing in my inbox through his iOS Dev Weekly newsletter. But there is so much more what he does. There is also so much more to learn on how he got to where he is right now. Listen in and get to know Dave a bit more. Learn more about Dave on his website: https://daveverwer.com/ Here are some other things you might now Dave from: iOS De…
 
Doing a new style of recording, with potential audience. From now on every week on Monday evening at 21:00 CEST I will be online, recording. And you can jump in as an audience member. Keep an eye on my twitter for updates. Have a GREAT keynote next week! What's new in Swift 5.5? – Hacking with Swift The iOS Developer’s guide to WWDC 2021 – Donny Wa…
 
Jordi Bruin, indie iOS developer with two awesome products called Soosee and Unmute. He switched to being self employed relatively recently. And also his iOS skills are something he learned on his previous job. Jordi has a way of finding creative applications around specific iOS APIs. Listen to his journey and check his apps, they are very interest…
 
Counting down the days to WWDC21. Just a couple more weeks and we're there. I do notice this in the articles of last week. On top of my switched schedule there are also a lot less articles being published at the moment. Links of this episode: And away we code. - News - Apple Developer Core Data In Memory Store Crop UIImage In Swift Implementing cus…
 
So it is not Monday. I had some challenges getting a suitable room for recording. So here is what was supposed to go live a few days ago.Some great stuff even while WWDC21 is getting closer.Enjoy. :) Permanent and Temporary Tabs in Xcode Connecting to Wi-Fi programmatically in iOS with Swift | Filip Němeček Thread Safety in Swift How necessary are …
 
Say hi to Stewart Lynch, since january 2020 he produces iOS development videos on YouTube. He's been doing great. But his aspiration is to gain a big following by doing what he enjoys. If you have never seen one of his videos, have a look, they are a great resource. You can find Stewart on Youtube
 
Tim is an interesting fellow. Worked at Riot Games. An entirely self taught software developer. He created Pocket Rocket with a purpose and he is successful. Look for Pocket Rocket app in the iOS App Store You can find and contact Tim on Twitter. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter My websit…
 
Another week, another episode. WWDC21 is about a month away. Looking forward to another event by Apple.I enjoy finding ways to incorporate newly added features to the Apple App Eco system. Looking forward to adding last year's additions to our codebase since we are moving up the minimal supported target. Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me fe…
 
Wait, what is going on here? Kim Arnett as a host? Interviewing Jeroen? What is going on here? Listen to Kim interview me. Enjoy! I will have a recording with Kim being interviewed by me later this year. Have a look at Kim's Twitter @kaydacode and her online shop with many cool stickers and other items! Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me fee…
 
It's been 2 weeks since my previous regular episode. I hope you liked my Indie Panel of last week.Some great articles over the past 2 weeks. In this episode I pick just a few of those. Mentioned links: What's new in Swift Package Manager in Swift 5.4 | FIVE STARS How to observe NSManagedObject changes in Core Data using Combine How To Upload Data T…
 
Roxana is amazing. She's having loads of fun developing iOS apps for Monstarlab. In Dubai. It has been a while since she's seen rain. And she is working hard on creating content online on the topic of AR Kit. Also she is an advocate for inclusivity by leading the charge at Women in Tech Dubai. You can find Roxana online through her website: https:/…
 
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