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Vision Pro and visionOS development with Geoff Pado - Part 1

Note: There was so much good content that this is part 1 of 2.Geoff Pado and I talked about developing on Apple's visionOS platform. In particular, how the conversion ...

Help and advice for young developers with Mia Kotalik

Mia is a freelance software and web developer with almost a decade of experience in tech. She is the host of Technically, A Podcast, and co-founder of the web developm...

Bonus episode - New OS releases and my iPhone 15 choice

A bonus episode to celebrate and share the new Apple OS release details and dates. Plus, which iPhone did I choose after not upgrading for the past three years?Please ...

Keeping software simple with Brian Childress

Brian is a husband, father, technologist, and avid adventurer. As a technical advisor with a strong background in software engineering, cloud computing, and cybersecur...

Passion Projects, Programming, and Planes with Ivan Novak

Ivan Novak has been weaving his own way through the tech world since 2006. Seventeen years on, he is now a self-taught software engineer. Ivan caught my attention afte...

No-code solutions and development with Xano.com

Prakash Chandran is the CEO and co-founder of Xano.com. A no-code solution. Prakash and I discuss developers' role in no-code solutions and how AI plays a role in the ...

Want Your App To Be Approved By Apple, Make Sure You Have These!

Tips and reminders of the essential items you will need when submitting that app for review to Apple to get it in the App Store.These include- Privacy policy- Any gues...

When the memory leaks and you sink or swim

A developer log update this week. I had an exciting (that's an excellent way to put it) week trying to fix what seemed like a silly bug in my game, which turned out to...

RocketSim with creator Antoine van der Lee

Antoine has a rich history of development across many platforms. He works at WeTransfer and is the creator of RocketSim, a tool that works with the Apple simulator to ...

Daniil Strizhov - Amazon developer, working with big code bases and teams

Daniil Strizhov is an experienced iOS developer currently working at Amazon Prime Video. He specializes in creating and supporting features tailored for sports enthusi...

Automation and platforms with Ramiro Berrelleza

Ramiro Berrelleza is the CEO and Co-founder of Okteto, the leading platform for Development Experience Automation. With over 20 years of experience in engineering, Ram...

Why you should not fear technical interviews

Technical interviews are considered a normal part of the developer interview. If you have ever had one or know someone that has, there are plenty of stories of how the...

WWDC23 Thoughts, two weeks later

Here are a few thoughts on the things that might not have seemed that big initially but are very important to us as developers.Please leave a review and show your supp...

Apple WWDC23 Keynote reactions and analysis with Leo G. Dion

My good friend Leo and I discuss the announcements from Apple at WWDC23 Keynote. Then switch over to Leo's EmpowerApps.show to hear our take on the State of the Union....

When ZStacks go mad

This is partly a developer journal and a tip episode. My recent adventure with a ZStack, image background, and keyboard avoidance was entertaining and weird. But a sol...

My first paid app and what to work on before WWDC23

In this episode, I discuss my thoughts and decisions behind my first paid iOS application. Plus, trying to figure out what to work on before WWDC23 arrives.Please leav...

Don't buy it, build it

As developers, we use a lot of tools. But, sometimes, there are added benefits to making your tools instead of just buying them. I go into detail and give you some rea...

Interview with Geoff Pado

In this episode, we do things a little differently. I sit down with Geoff Pado, an app maker and live streamer. This is the edited version of a live stream interview f...

WWDC23, OS updates and a new app release from me

WWDC23 has been announced by Apple, and we also got a lot of OS updates this week. I also discuss the new app I built over my live streams.Please leave a review and sh...

Joel Kin - Querl GraphQL library for Swift

Joel had the good fortune to work at Apple when the iPhone was developed. His exposure was writing sample apps against the iPhone SDK, making him among the first peopl...

Do you have an onboarding system for users?

In this episode, I dive into why you should provide an onboarding flow for your users. I also offer a couple of different ways to make that happen and explain why it i...

What a week that was, is it over?

From Apple outages to crashing Xcode and deadlines. A few minutes of a developer horror story week in this episode. But it's over now right...right?Please leave a revi...

Where to get started learning Apple development

I decided it was time to put out an episode answering a question I often get."What do I learn to start coding on Apple platforms and for interviews."So here is my list...

Richard Zarth - Developer and Mentor, Really Simple Arcade and helping others

In this episode, I sit down to talk with Richard Zarth. An indie developer, we discuss Swift, the software industry, really simple arcade, Pokemon watch app, open-sour...

Marin Todorov - dataTile and SwiftUI in Production

I am honored to have Marin Todorov join me to talk about dataTile, a developer tool, and using SwiftUI in production.

2023 development goals and looking ahead

Time to welcome 2023 and talk about some plans I have for development this year including, podcast updates, new apps, and more.

My end of year review of my development year

Yep, it's that time when I stop and look back at how my year went, the highs and lows of my choices. This greatly helps me think about next year. I urge you to conside...

Black Friday suggestions to invest in you

A thought on taking advantage of sales in the holiday season to invest in yourself and your career.

Prototyping with SwiftUI

In this episode, some thoughts on stage manager for iPad and macOS, I tried prototyping with SwiftUI and have some thoughts on why you may want to try it.

It is OK to write ugly code when time runs out

Yes, we should all strive to write nice, efficient code. But there are times when the clock is ticking, and you need to get it done and ship. Then it's time to ship ug...

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