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More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.

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Episode 117: All That and a Bag of Dongles

This week we follow up on the MacBook Pro with TouchBar. The discussion revolves around our impressions of the TouchBar, changes in the hardware configuration and the future of the MacBook product line. We also discuss whether this is in fact a mac for professionals. We touch on the approaching end of Swift 2.3 as well as json2swift. Picks: Paintcode 3, PipTube, UnsafePointers, How to Use NSTouchBar on macOS and Amaziograph.Episode 117 Show Notes: Apple AirPods Release Date Possibly Delayed Until Jan. 2017: Report [u] New MacBook Pros and the State of the Mac The Apple of Your Eye Alex Payne on what Pro Computing Might Be Phil Schiller talks about computers, touchscreens and voice on the new MBP Does the Mac Still Matter? Xcode 8.2 is the final version to support Swift 2.3 #283: Generating Models from JSON with json2swift MathPad MS Word 2010 Equation editor quick demo Episode 117 Picks: Paintcode 3 PipTube UnsafePointers How to Use NSTouchBar on macOS Amaziograph Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

1hr 38mins

6 Nov 2016

Rank #1

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Episode 249: The WWDC Over Under

It's no surprise that WWDC is the main subject of the episode. We follow up on Mark Pavlidis' talk on subscriptions. We follow on another post about troubles dealing with App Store Connect. The App Store has also published their Principles and Practices. We discuss Swift 5.1's Ordered Collection Diffing. We retell our WWDC ticketing experiences around Jaime's 'My WWDC Sob Story'. Apple Pay debuts on NYC's MTA. Flipboard adds yet another password breach. Worldwide Costco Tour 2019. Announcing GitHub Sponsors. Candid Advice For Those Joining The Startup World. Gender bias supported by female voiced assistants. Canada's PM Trudeau warns of 'meaningful financial consequences' for social media giants. iOS 13 Dark Mode, Music and TV apps screenshot leaks. We discuss what we wish to be announced at WWDC and what we think is likely to be announced at WWDC? Picks: Join Sean Allen as he posts his live WWDC reactions on TwitchTV. WWDC by Sundell. iOS Dev Jobs. Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World. Creative Cloud trial. After show: WWDC events.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Tim Mitra - WWDC19 on Twitter: "Never too late for follow up. #askMTJC… "How Apple Continuously Screws Developers and Doesn’t Follow Its Own RulesApp Store - Principles and Practices - AppleOrdered Collection DiffingMy WWDC Sob Story — DevWithTheHairApple Pay can be used to ride New York City’s MTA transit starting May 31st - The VergeFlipboard discloses breach that gave hackers password access - 9to5MacWorldwide Costco Tour 2019Announcing GitHub Sponsors: a new way to contribute to open source - The GitHub BlogCandid Advice For Those Joining The Startup World: Sleep With One Eye OpenNamrata Bandekar on Twitter: "TLDR; startups only make money for the founders and investors (that is, if the startup has a successful exit). It’s better to work as a contractor for a startup than to join as an employee. (1/2)"Namrata Bandekar on Twitter: "If you are working at a startup as an experienced professional you are taking a big risk and a pay cut! (2/2)"Spark 440: Designing better bikes, YouTube’s carbon footprint, life in a gamer house, and the culture of coders. — Spark from CBC Radio — Overcast'I'd Blush If I Could': AI assistants like Siri, Alexa promote sexist stereotypes, UN warns - Daily SabahTrudeau warns of 'meaningful financial consequences' for social media giants that don't combat hate speech | CBC NewsExclusive screenshots reveal iOS 13 Dark Mode and more - 9to5MacExclusive screenshots reveal new Music and TV apps for Mac - 9to5MacSean Allen on Twitter: "Are you watching the WWDC keynote live stream by yourself? Don't do that! I'll be live on @Twitch watching, reacting and discussing all the new features we get to play with. Join me at https://t.co/6ppMW0wnQ0 on June 3rd at 9:50am PDT to watch together 🖥… https://t.co/Io7PtkjhZb"WWDC by SundelliOS Dev Jobs - The best place to find an iOS development jobSpark 440: Designing better bikes, YouTube’s carbon footprint, life in a gamer house, and the culture of coders. — Spark from CBC Radio — OvercastAmazon.com: Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World (9780735220560): Clive Thompson: BooksHabitants - Wikipedia

1hr 44mins

1 Jun 2019

Rank #2

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Episode 258: No One's Going To Buy the Cow

We follow up on UIHomeController, better StoryBoards with Xcode 11, a built-in error check in Go, Snoopy in Space, WatchOS ECG in Canada, and Facebook For Kids flaw. Generic Provisioning Profile certificates. Apple bankrolling podcasts. Apple to buy Intel's modem business. Apple releases iOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, macOS 10.14.6. Apple releases update for old iPhones and iPads to fix GPS bug. Picks: WWDC19 Video Transcripts Now Available, The Swift Behind SwiftUI, and An Illustrated History of Easter EggsSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Better Storyboards with Xcode 11Proposal: A built-in Go error check function, "try" · Issue #32437 · golang/go · GitHubHere’s a first look at Apple’s Peanuts show featuring astronaut Snoopy - The VergeFacebook design flaw let thousands of kids join chats with unauthorized users - The VergeDavid Barnard on Twitter: "Luke figured out a bug in Safari’s Screen Time implementation and uses screenshots and wallpaper settings to read webpages after his screen time is up. I have no idea how long he’s been exploiting this! Need to test and submit feedback of it’s still an issue in iOS 13. https://t.co/AtqAAhwWD5" / Twitter9to5Mac.com on Twitter: "watchOS 5.3 brings ECG app to Canada and Singapore https://t.co/PcgfYtdMEx by @bzamayo https://t.co/Tj0nDstlGB" / TwitterTim Mitra on Twitter: "Restoration complete. https://t.co/SXqFV1eXmU" / TwitteriPad - WikipediaiOS 4 - Wikipediaapple sirios 2020: Apple may launch a new OS next year, but not for its devices - Times of IndiaThe Evolution of Steve Jobs' ClothingAlec O’Connor 👨‍💻 on Twitter: "It looks like Apple introduced a generic certificate for signing apps across multiple platforms, this is huge! 🙌 https://t.co/j9zoRpxuQ1" / TwitterApple to Fund Original Podcasts; Spotify (SPOT) Stock Falls - BloombergApple reportedly in talks to buy Intel’s 5G modem business for $1 billion - The VergeApple releases iOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, macOS 10.14.6, and more | Ars TechnicaApple releases update for old iPhones and iPads to fix GPS bug - The VergeWWDC19 Video Transcripts Now Available - News - Apple DeveloperThe Swift Behind SwiftUI – Daniel Steinberg at Hacking with Swift Live 2019 - YouTubeAn Illustrated History of Easter Eggs – James Thomson at Hacking with Swift Live 2019 - YouTubeStar Trek: Picard - SDCC Trailer - YouTubeThe Boys - Final Trailer | Prime Video - YouTubeDO THE RIGHT THING - Trailer - HQ - YouTubeDo the Right Thing | Restored Trailer [HD] | Coolidge Corner Theatre - YouTubeUnspooledUnspooled on Twitter: "Spike Lee is on Today’s Episode. Nuff Said. Listen. https://t.co/BmYODPvey9" / Twitter


27 Jul 2019

Rank #3

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Episode 254: Fraking SwiftUI

We follow up with Tom Harrington's listing of WWDC 2019 Online-only Sessions, 2019 Average Tech Worker Salaries, and Apple explores moving some production out of China. Apple buys self-driving startup Drive.ai. Apple hires one of ARM’s top chip designers. How to use dependency injection with storyboards. Apple confirms plans to expand Seattle hub. Picks - [Fracking] SwiftUI - Everything you need to know to adopt SwiftUI, HHOF to induct Hailey Wickenheiser. Talking Moose lives! The new @IBSegueAction attribute can be used to create a segue’s destination view controller in code.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:WWDC 2019 Online-only Sessions · GitHub2019 State of Salaries Report | HiredApple explores moving some production out of ChinaApple buys self-driving startup Drive.ai just days before it would have died - The VergeApple hires one of ARM's top chip designersHow to use dependency injection with storyboards - free Swift 5.0 example code and tipsApple announces plans for expanded Seattle campus - 9to5MacGosh Darn SwiftUI - Cheat SheetHayley Wickenheiser headlines 2019 Hockey Hall of Fame class - SFGateHome of - Talking MooseXcode 11 Beta 2 Release Notes | Apple Developer DocumentationYes (band) - WikipediaEmerson, Lake & Palmer - WikipediaRick and Morty - WikipediaCanada Day - WikipediaIndependence Day (United States) - Wikipedia

1hr 11mins

29 Jun 2019

Rank #4

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Episode 61: #61 - Let Them Eat Cake

This week we had an impromptu discussion about game development. We discussed Overcast 2 and Marco Arment's decision to make all features free and Samantha Bielefeld's rebuttal. We talked about the patent Apple lost to U of Wisconsin. We discussed the use of gratuitous animation and blocking UX with too many spinners. Picks: Colors and Tyme.Episode 61 Show Notes: 1010! Crossy Road Panic - Shockingly Good Software The Omni Group Flixel Pragmatic Pricing The Elephant In the Room Apple loses patent lawsuit to U of Wisconsin Do not let your user see spinners Your UI isn't a Disney movie Episode 61 Picks: Colors Tyme Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

1hr 11mins

21 Oct 2015

Rank #5

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Episode 220: It’s Better Than AR

Greg Heo joins Tim for discussions on the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro and iPhone XR. Apple's Recycling on the new MacBook Air is not all that! In App Pricing disappeared from the App Store. Greg visited the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 in search of the folding phone. We discussed the iOS Developer Roadmap. Helium can brick your iPhone. Apple reduces the production line for the iPhone XR. Stockholm nixes Apple Store plans in the Kungsträdgården. Bad algorithms are making inappropriate decisions. Picks: iPad Pro (2018) Review, Teach Yourself Computer ScienceSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Brooklyn event impressions: The iPad Pro is a computer - Six ColorsApple Loop: New iPhone Power Problems, Expensive MacBook Air Launched, Apple Confirms Beauty FilterApple’s ‘Recycled’ Macs Aren’t What They Seem – Member Feature Stories – MediumSamsung’s foldable phone is real, and it launches next year | Ars Technica — Developer Conference 2018PSA: The iOS App Store is No Longer Listing All In-App PurchasesAmazon.com: Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (2nd Edition) (Big Nerd Ranch Guides) (9780321942067): Aaron Hillegass, Mikey Ward: BooksGitHub - BohdanOrlov/iOS-Developer-Roadmap: Roadmap to becoming an iOS developer in 2018.Does Helium Break iPhones?! - YouTubeApple cancels production boost for iPhone XR: Report - Channel NewsAsiaStockholm says no to Apple 'town square' in its oldest park | Cities | The GuardianBad algorithms are making racist decisions | CBC RadioiPad Pro (2018) Review - YouTubeENGLISH Computer Science Unplugged - Part 1 Binary - 2005 - YouTubeOntario Power Generation | Sir Adam Beck Pump Generating StationNiagara Falls History of Power Development - Quick Facts about Niagara PowerTeach Yourself Computer ScienceDunning–Kruger effect - Wikipedia

1hr 22mins

10 Nov 2018

Rank #6

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Episode 272: Apple's Back

This time we discuss the look of the new AirPods Pro and installing Catalina on an APFS partition. We also follow up on website accessibility, and illustrated guide to OAuth and OpenID as well as in plain English. The confusion around iOS 13 share sheets continues, and we are front and centre in a group photo from iOS Dev UK. Mark reports on Apple's record breaking earnings. GameHub revives old iOS games. Apple warns iPhone 5 owners to update. Apple reveals new AirPods Pro. Apple also releases iOS and iPadOS 13.2. They also pull and update to 13.2.1 after some Home Pods get bricked. Picks: "Apple, Your Developer Documentation is… Missing", gnostic, TensorBoard.dev, Up & Running on macOS with Catalyst. Special Guest: Mike Vinakmens.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Jaime Lopez on Twitter: "#askMTJC" / TwitterTim Mitra on Twitter: "Don’t listen to me! If you install Catalina on a separate APFS volume and use your Mohave home you will pooch your dock. The apps are still there but you have to load them manually — like an animal #askMTJC https://t.co/Y2JGBELhJB" / TwitterAn Illustrated Guide to OAuth and OpenID Connect | Okta DeveloperOAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect (in plain English) - YouTubePerfectly Cropped – tyler.ioWebsite accessibility for people with disabilities is still an issue. Here's why.iOSDevUK Conference on Twitter: "Finally we have the conference photo for this year’s iOSDevUK. I’ll post a larger one on the web site. https://t.co/GU8wXEjQz4" / TwitterApple Reports Fourth Quarter Results - AppleApple earnings Q4 2019: Tim Cook says health will be what Apple is remembered for | Ars TechnicaApple Arcade isn’t the only subscription: GameClub revives old iOS games | Ars TechnicaApple warns iPhone 5 owners to update if they want to stay online | EngadgetApple reveals new AirPods Pro, available October 30 - AppleEverything you need to know about iOS and iPadOS 13.2 | Ars TechnicaApple Pulls iOS 13.2 Update for HomePod After Devices Get Bricked: Reports | Technology NewsApple releasing revised HomePod software update after reports of bricked devices - 9to5MacApple, Your Developer Documentation is… Missing · Chris Krychogoogleapis/gnostic: A compiler for APIs described by the OpenAPI Specification with plugins for code generation and other API support tasks.TensorBoard.dev

1hr 31mins

2 Nov 2019

Rank #7

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Episode 12: #12 MAS Exodus in the Air 2

This week we discuss the challenges of publishing OS X apps on the Mac App Store. We also discuss the challenge of publishing apps specifically for the iPad, in light of the stellar reviews of the iPad Air 2. We also discuss App Review Times. Our weekly picks include Apple Pay, adding directions with the MapKit API, Battery Doctor and the upcoming RWDevCon. Listen the podcast for a discount code.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Mac App Store: The Subtle Exodus — HelftoneBare Bones Software | WelcomeCodaAt Ease - WikipediaApple iPad Air 2 review - The Verge‎KORG iMS-20 on the App Store‎KORG Gadget on the App StoreRWDevCon 2018: The Tutorial ConferenceRWDevCon 2015: The Tutorial ConferenceHow To Make an App Like Runkeeper: Part 1 | raywenderlich.comCurrentC Is The Big Retailers’ Clunky Attempt To Kill Apple Pay And Credit Card Fees | TechCrunchIn-depth look at CurrentC and the personal data they want to collect | iMore

1hr 7mins

23 Oct 2014

Rank #8

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Episode 276: Ok Boomer

This week we chat about views that seem to be broken in iOS 13. We fact check on Digital Darkroom. WeWork hits a snag and we add some of our favorite Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals. Dad Jokes and other trending memes populate the show. iOS 14 may be rebased with incremental updates with feature flags. X-rays reveal a shutter button on the iPhone Smart Battery Case. We discuss Andy Ibanez' post on new search APIs in iOS 13. Rumor has it that Toronto's Eaton Centre will get a larger Apple Store. Picks: Useful obscure Foundation types in Swift, SwiftUI Views book, The Book of Why.Special Guest: Mike Vinakmens.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Digital Darkroom - WikipediaWeWork lays off 2,400 employeesGet discounts on my Swift, iOS, macOS, and watchOS booksBlack-Friday-Deals/README.md at master · mRs-/Black-Friday-DealsApple iOS 14: Features, Changes, Testing After iOS 13 Bugs - BloombergX-rays reveal how the shutter button works on the iPhone Smart Battery Case - The VergeNew Search APIs in iOS 13 • Andy IbanezAlyss like Wonderland on Twitter: "Flight attendant: Is there a doctor onboard? Dad: that should've been you Me: Not now Dad Dad: Not asking for a Developer Advocate to help, are they? Me: Dad, there's a medical emergency happening right now Dad: Go and see if giving them stickers helps" / TwitterUseful obscure Foundation types in Swift - SwiftRocksSwiftUI Views (FREE Sample)Ice rink - WikipediaScience Rules! with Bill NyeMedia: NSNorth 2015The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect: Judea Pearl, Dana Mackenzie: 9780141982410: Amazon.com: Books

1hr 23mins

30 Nov 2019

Rank #9

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Episode 263: What Is A Pro iPhone User?

This week we follow up on Hydro lines and the Apple Card APR. Google drops Android deserts. A short live jailbreak window, Apple TV+ shows early debuts. Apple Watch EKG feature saves a life. Apple apologies for Siri eavesdropping. We discuss Global Foundries patent challenge against TSMC. Rene Ritchie says everyone is wrong about the iPhone 11 Pro. Picks: Adopting Voice Control, Identifiable, Difficult to find bug. After show: Xcode vs macOS weirdness.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:wardrip on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast In response to evil genius episode when you were talking about the APR and how everyone got 17.99. I too got approved at 17.99 when signing up. But the wallet app now says 12.99%." / TwitterOntario Hydro - WikipediaIs Apple Card Going To Be Monzo Killer?Google deserts desserts: Android 10 is the official name for Android Q - The VergeiPod Socks ReviewV for Vendetta (2005) - Quotes - IMDbiOS vulnerability that let you jailbreak your iPhone is once again dead | Ars TechnicaApple TV+ show 'Dickinson' to premiere at Tribeca TV festival on September 14 - 9to5MacThis Woman's Apple Watch Predicted She Was Going To Have A Heart Attack & Saved Her LifeAbraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) - IMDbGOOD BOYS Red Band Trailer (2019) - YouTubeApple apologizes for Siri audio recordings, announces privacy changes going forward - The VergeGlobalFoundries Files Patent Claims Against TSMC, Seeks to Ban Imports of Nvidia, Apple Chips (Update)Everyone is WRONG About the iPhone 11 Pro - YouTubeWhat everyone is getting wrong about the iPhone 11 Pro | iMoreAdopting Voice Control » kristina.ioIdentifiable - NSHipsterSean Heber on Twitter: "Earlier this week I tweeted about Core Data crash reports that I haven't been able to figure out. In fact, almost all of Twitterrific's reports were from Core Data. I assumed I was doing something wrong somehow but didn't know how to figure it out since I couldn't reproduce it." / TwitterCommand CompileAssetCatalog failed with a nonzero exit code - iT Guy Technologies | we get IT… so you don't have to

1hr 12mins

1 Sep 2019

Rank #10

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Episode 262: The Evil Geniuses Podcast

We follow up on Woodstock's 50th anniversary, power line networking, semantic developers, and Domnio's appeal to the Supreme Court. Apple TV+ will launch in November with a free trial. Apple's Arcade gaming system will also debut with a free trial. The Apple Card has launched for all users in the US. New ceramic and titanium watches revealed in watchOS 6 beta. We discuss the cost of DropBox's use of common code for iOS and Android. We dig into Git version 2.23 highlights and Bitbucket sunsets Mercurial support. Picks: Duckie, 22 short tests of Combine – Part 1: Protocols, SwiftTO videos & photos.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:How to Easily Extend Your Home Network with Powerline NetworkingProduct FAQ: Powerline Adapters | Answer | NETGEAR SupportWoodstockGreg Heo on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast I think Tim was remembering "power line networking", not the home automation thing Mark was thinking of. 10Mbps speeds! #askMTJC https://t.co/aQIpgqG1Rp" / TwitterPaul Wilkinson on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast At about 4:28 in this weeks episode @timmitra mentioned how “semantic developers can be”. I think he meant how *pedantic* developers can be 😝#askmtjc" / TwitterRob W on Twitter: "@DevWithTheHair Hey Jaime. Just listened to MTJC. You did a good overview of the Dominos thing. The one thing you were unsure about re the standards changing..." / TwitterApple Is Targeting Launch of Apple TV+ Service by November - BloombergExclusive: Apple planning $4.99/month price for Arcade game subscription service after free trial, works with Family Sharing - 9to5MacApple Card launches today for all US customers - AppleNew ceramic and titanium Apple Watch models spotted in watchOS 6 beta - The VergeThe (not so) hidden cost of sharing code between iOS and Android | Dropbox Tech BlogHighlights from Git 2.23 - The GitHub BlogSunsetting Mercurial support in Bitbucket - BitbucketDuckie - A tool for one person pairing.22 short tests of Combine – Part 1: ProtocolsSwift TO on VimeoSwift TO | Flickr

1hr 11mins

25 Aug 2019

Rank #11

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Episode 90: Beaver Tails & Poutine. Puppies Optional

We follow up on Apple Music API, iOSReal's iOS podcast review, hiring iOS dev teams, Trutone displays, TZStackviews. Tim gives his review of talks and the tech workshop at NSNorth 2016, featuring Daniel Steinberg, Ayaka Nonaka, Gwen Weston, Gene Goykhman, Liz Marley, Jonathan Rhyne, Pamela Pavliscak, Rob Segal and Robles Jama. We talk about PerfectlySoft and Buddy Build. We also discuss the end of the iPhone by examining iPhone Warning Signs. Picks: HomeControl, Xcode ConfigsEpisode 90 Show Notes: Apple announces new Apple Music API Best iOS Podcasts in 2016 Jessy Catterwaul on Episode 89 – “WWDC is cancelled” FoS Ryan Renna - Understanding the 9.7 True Tone Display NSNorth Highlights Daniel Steinberg - Swift Tech workshop. Penulimate Evernote Ayaka Nonaka - Clean View Layout with iOS9 Features Gene Goykhman - Writing Backends Can be Fun PerfectlySoft Buddy build - build apps faster Liz Marley - Safety, Fun, and Learning App Camp For Girls Pamela Pavliscak - Designing Like a Human in the Age of Algorithms Hockey Hall of Fame Karl Moskowski Anluan O'Brian Paddy O'Brien Adrienne Marshall Dan Byers Philippe Casgrain Rob Segal - Journey to the East Mega Jump Robles Jama - Charting on the App Store: How to climb to the top (and stay there) Next Keyboard Wake Alarm iPhone Warning Signs The Greatest Investors: Peter Lynch Joe Cieplisnky on Roundabout Apple Campus Phillips Hue - HomeKit Leena Mansour Episode 68 – The Future of Swift Idioms Greg Heo - Switching Your Mind to Swift Episode 90 Picks: HomeControl Xcode Configs Using Xcode Configs for API endpoint Hacking Your Phone Blackbox - Think Outside the Box Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

1hr 32mins

8 May 2016

Rank #12

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Episode 277: Math Porn

This week Alexis Gallagher returns to geek out on iOS and math. Prompted by askMTJC from Mike Hendley we discuss using keyboards on the iPad and Macs. 7 Awesome Open Source SwiftUI Projects To Inspire You. Mini LED technology will be coming to MacBooks and iPads in the near future. Apple will release at least four new iPhones with 5G and OLED displays. Apple launches Apple Music and well as App and Games Awards. Do we care about new HomeKit integrations? It is now too late to order engraved AirPods Pro for Christmas. Does iOS 13 on iOS and tvOS support Nintendo Switch Pro controllers or not? Paul Hudson reviews the new MBP in terms of Swift compile times. Picks: How to free up space on your developer Mac, The Apollo Guidance Computer, 13 Minutes to the Moon, Ted Gioia’s best Music of 2018 - Apple Music playlist, GymBook, Oura, sleep-tracking Ring. After Show: Apple TV+ shows, Affinity Publisher, Spectre, Moleskin notes and Home Pod.Special Guests: Alexis Gallagher and Mike Vinakmens.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Mike Hendley on Twitter: "#askMTJC As per your previous episode, I am about 65,000 words into a novel and it was all done with an iPad Pro and the Apple Smart Keyboard using @ulyssesapp Recently added Air Pods Pro and @DarkNoiseApp to the mix for long-form writing at home or at a coffee shop." / Twitter59 Shortcuts for Emacs 23.2.1My friend ed7 Awesome Open Source SwiftUI Projects To Inspire YouFourier transform for dummiesJobs At Apple: SwiftUI Frameworks EngineerJobs At Apple: Xcode Previews EngineerSwiftUI developerWhat is mini LED and what could it mean for iPad and MacBook?Apple to Release Four iPhones in Fall 2020 With 5G Connectivity and OLED DisplaysThe rise of 5G: Here’s what you can expect from T-MobileApple launches Apple Music Awards, will live stream Billie Eilish performance at Steve Jobs TheaterApple celebrates the best apps and games of 2019Apple lists the cameras and routers that will be compatible with the latest HomeKit featuresAmazon is discounting Eero mesh Wi-Fi systems for Cyber MondayWemo Mini Smart PlugAbbey Road (Super Deluxe Edition)4 Disc Abbey Road Anniversary Super Deluxe EditionCan i connect my switch pro controller on ios 13?Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers x iOSMaxed-out 16-inch MacBook Pro: is the upgrade worth it for developers?Back BlazeHow to free up space on your developer MacSetApp InviteCleanMyMac XBook: The Apollo Guidance ComputeMargaret Hamilton — Computer Scientist MITApollo 11 (2019)13 Minutes To The MoonApple Music Playlist: Ted Gioia’s best Music of 2018GymBook - Strength trainingOura Ring: the most accurate sleep and activity trackerNotabilityiPhone App of the Year: Spectre Camera (Lux Optics)iPad App of the Year: Flow by Moleskine (Moleskine)Mac App of the Year: Affinity Publisher (Serif Labs) Taqueria Los PericosFor All Mankind — Criterion 1989

1hr 27mins

8 Dec 2019

Rank #13

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Episode 279: The Trough of Disillusionment

As the 2010's end, we debate when the decade ends. We fact check iOS 13.3's fix on UWB bug and ATP increments. We follow up on TCC, and the $100K Mac Pro. iDevices get key-based protection, webAuthn, IBM Workgroup Updates on Swift.org, Hype Cycles, and a cheaper Apple Arcade cost are also covered. We look back at the last 10 years of Apple innovation, news and changes. Amazon, Google, Apple and the Zigbee Alliance to develop connectivity standard. Picks: Swift For Good, Fork - a fast and friendly git client for Mac and Windows.Special Guest: Mike Vinakmens.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Commodore PET - WikipediaAtari 8-bit family - WikipediaGreg Heo on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast TCC (transparency, consent, control) is the prompt you get when an app requests access to photos, location, contacts, etc. (https://t.co/dotyC0wW1A) #askMTJC" / TwitterWWDC 2016 Session 705 - How iOS Security Really Works - ASCIIwwdcApple's new Mac Pro can cost almost $100,000, but why? - NZ HeraldiPhones and iPads finally get key-based protection against account takeovers | Ars TechnicaGuide to Web AuthenticationDecember 12th, 2019 - Server / Workgroup Updates - Swift ForumsHype cycle - WikipediaUse 1Password as an authenticator for sites with two-factor authenticationLifeLabs users wise to worry about fraud, ID theft after mass data breach say experts | CBC News10 Years of Apple in 10 Minutes - YouTubeMossberg: Tim Cook’s Apple had a great decade but no new blockbusters - The VergeApple Arcade introduces a cheaper annual subscription option | Ars TechnicaSwift for Good – Learn Swift, Change the WorldFork - a fast and friendly git client for Mac and WindowsWhen Does The New Decade Really Begin, 2020 or 2021? - Farmers’ AlmanacRocksmith - WikipediaMeasuring the Speed of Light - Wonders of the Universe w/ Brian Cox - BBC - YouTubeSpock Cast podcast – a podcast following Star Trek Discovery, Picard and pop cultureCheat Sheet: 'Star Wars' Episodes 1-8 from Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker (2019)A Christmas Story (1983) Official Trailer #1 - Family Comedy - YouTubeGoonies - 50. John Mulaney — Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend — Overcast

1hr 54mins

22 Dec 2019

Rank #14

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Episode 242: The Rise of Marzipan

Greg Heo mocks us with the correct Uke tuning. Can we cuss on this podcast? We bid adieu to App Review Times blog. BBEdit is returning to the Mac App Store. Apple drops the $99 data migration fee. We discuss the annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey. macOS 10.5 with include more Mazipanified apps: Music, Books, Podcasts and TV. tvOS includes more bug fixes. Netflix has killed Air Play support. Starting with macOS 10.14.5, Apple will require notarized apps. Apple updates podcasts web previews — real time follow up: It is fully working as we publish the episode. Fake iPhone returns scam nets $900,000. Picks: What’s New in Swift 5, pCalc, WWDC tips.Special Guest: Dru Freeman.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Greg Heo on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast two things I shouted into the phone while listening: 1) violin tuning is GDAE (pretend you're an Australian saying g'day to remember); 2) Classic cocoa strings are backed by either ASCII or UTF-16 (https://t.co/ilylVwEP8I) #askMTJC"Tim MTJC on Twitter: "“Can we cuss or your podcast?” Is far and away my favourite question. #askMTJC #askSpockcast @SpockCast @mtjc_podcast @RoundaboutFM"Saying goodbye to App Review Times – Dave Verwer's BlogBBEdit Returns to Mac App Store - MacRumorsBBEdit returns to the Mac App Store with new subscription price - 9to5MacApple Drops $99 Data Migration Fee for New Macs and Repairs - TidBITSStack Overflow Developer Survey 2019macOS 10.15 to include standalone media apps, splitting iTunes - 9to5MactvOS 12.2.1 now available for Apple TV users - 9to5MacApple Releases tvOS 12.2.1 for Fourth and Fifth-Generation Apple TV - MacRumorsNetflix confirms it killed AirPlay support, won’t let you beam shows to Apple TVs anymore - The VergeNotarizing Your App Before Distribution | Apple Developer DocumentationApple Podcasts Preview redesigned with support for web playback, episode details, more‎More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice on Apple PodcastsScheme to Swap Fake iPhones Adds Up to $900,000 Loss for Apple, Prosecutors Say - The New York TimesWhat’s New in Swift 5? | raywenderlich.com5 Tips for a Better WWDC Experience - Kais Notes‎Elvira (feat. The Oak Ridge Boys) by Home Free on Apple MusicHottest Software Developer Job Titles | 2019 State of Software Engineering Report | HiredXcodeGhost - WikipediaOakridge - Apple Store - AppleEpisode 95: Batman and Rubin

1hr 23mins

14 Apr 2019

Rank #15

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Episode 239: Usurious Charges

We open with a discussion of the WWDC Lottery as well as about DuckDuckGo's built-in search shortcut. We discuss Spotify's claim that Apple has created an unfair market place. We look at one of the original iPhone prototypes. This week Apple revealed a couple of Apple Pencil compatible iPads: iPad Air and iPad Mini. They have also updated the iMac and Air Pods. Microsoft unveiled Xbox Live at GDC and Google also introduced a new gam space Stadia. Phil Schiller discussed WWDC on the Accidental Tech Podcast. Picks: TIL How to Paste a Number in Apple Phone App, Xcode 10.1 arm64e bug, Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego, BananaPaint for iPadSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Paul Wilkinson on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast This is the first year I have filled in the WWDC lottery. I noticed it asks for gender and ethnicity. I wonder if they are using that information influence the lottery to try and increase diversity? #askmtjc"jcieplinski on Twitter: "@timmitra A note on the most recent episode, re: Duck Duck Go. Add a !g to then end of your search terms, and it will auto-bounce you to Google. Many other bangs (!) available as well. https://t.co/5Tlc019itF #askMTJC"Apple and Stanford’s Apple Watch study identified irregular heartbeats in over 2,000 patients - The VergeA personal story: Did the Apple Watch save my life? | ZDNetAddressing Spotify’s Claims - Apple (IN)Consumers and Innovators Win on a Level Playing Field — SpotifyThe first iPhone prototype: an exclusive look at Apple’s red M68 - The VergeApple updates $499 iPad Air, $399 iPad mini ahead of services event next week | Ars TechnicaApple updates iMac with new 6-core and 8-core Intel CPUs, Radeon Pro Vega graphics options - 9to5MacApple’s updated AirPods are here, cost $199 with new wireless charging case | Ars TechnicaMicrosoft announces Xbox Live for any iOS or Android game - The VergeGoogle unveils Stadia cloud gaming service at GDC 2019 - The Verge316: MacBook Hierarchy of Needs — Accidental Tech Podcast — OvercastNick Lockwood on Twitter: "For years I thought it was weird that Apple's phone UI provides no way to paste in a copied phone number. Then someone showed me how to do it and… I couldn't be angrier 🤬… https://t.co/MbMz8M2ut8"Tim MTJC on Twitter: "While helping a friend with his Fastlane gym errors, I found that the project was bitten by the Xcode 10.1 submission bug. Pro Tip: remove support for arm64e before running gym. Thanks to work colleague @DerekHarasen for the heads up.… https://t.co/Rrenz5UMYz"Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego? - YouTubeEpisode 124. John Sundell | Roundabout: Creative ChaosEpisode 123. Sean Allen | Roundabout: Creative ChaosEpisode 120. Live @ 360iDev | Roundabout: Creative ChaosSpockcast - a Star Trek Discovery podcastCane Toad at DuckDuckGoCane toad - WikipediaCANE TOADS DOCUMENTARY CLIP - YouTubeSteam Controller on Steam

1hr 23mins

23 Mar 2019

Rank #16

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Episode 265: AppleTV+ and Chill

We follow up on Ethan Hunt, POSIX, in-screen Touch ID, Apple Card case, and Jaime at iOSDevUK 2019. We dig into the Apple iPhone event: Apple Arcade, TV+, iPad 10.2 inch, Apple Watch Series 5, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and Apple Retail. We also discuss extending AppleCare+, new AirDrop in iPhone 11, Apple VR headset, new Home Pod features, and total TV subscriptions. Picks: Mohamed Ghebaji on Medium, try Combine, Apple Event in 2 Minutes, Microsoft the Musical, The difference between UK and US Mac keyboards.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:macOS - WikipediaTim Mitra on Twitter: "WPC Ki Cordless Kitchen Video https://t.co/Q7Lc9rYbWW via @YouTube #askMTJC" / TwitterIn-screen Touch ID potentially signals a backward step ahead - 9to5MacBloomberg: Apple adding under-display Touch ID to the iPhone as soon as next year, corroborates 2020 cheaper iPhone - 9to5MacApple Card CaseShawn Marston on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast Chiiling with @DevWithTheHair before @IOSDEVUK https://t.co/BzmSg2IISI" / TwitterTimirah James @ React Live Amsterdam on Twitter: "Cool stickers from @DevWithTheHair!! 😍😍 #iOSDevUK 🤓⌨️ https://t.co/XZIzXoji1r" / TwitterShawn Marston on Twitter: "@DevWithTheHair @mtjc_podcast Jaime in action @IOSDEVUK https://t.co/5I8bvttMaw" / TwitterApple will live stream its iPhone 11 event on YouTube for the first time - The VergeApple quietly introduces U1 chip to let new iPhones find other devices - The VergeAppleCare+ for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch can be extended out to service life of productThis screenshot might be the first implicit confirmation of Apple’s AR headset - The VergeApple’s HomePod to get new features this fall — Apple World TodayJon Erlichman on Twitter: "Monthly subscription costs for U.S. streaming services: HBO Now $14.99 Netflix $12.99 Hulu* $11.99 Showtime $10.99 CBS* $9.99 Prime $8.99 Starz $8.99 Disney+ $6.99 AppleTV+ $4.99 Total cost: $90.91 per month (*ad free versions)" / Twitterreduce et filter - Mohamed Ghebaji - Mediummap et flatMap - Mohamed Ghebaji - Mediumsubscribe(on:) vs receive(on:)Apple Event in a flash - YouTubeMicrosoft the Musical - YouTubePaulBoxley.com – The difference between UK and US Mac keyboardsWhat would you say...you do here? - YouTubeAluminum vs Aluminium Element Names

1hr 42mins

15 Sep 2019

Rank #17

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Episode 238: You Can Check Out Anytime You Like...

We follow up on the Saturn V and pronouncing Roman Numerals. Why 'ji32k7au4a83' Is a Remarkably Common Password. Surprises in the TIOBE Index 2019. We chat about Apple's "It's Show Time" announcement. Is is Apple working on smart glasses? US Sales Tax Changes for software companies. Apple buys AI company, Laserlike. Picks: Safely supporting new versions of Swift, Senator Hawling vs Google Free Services. Apple UK's Why iPhone. Aftershow: Boeing 737 Max 8 _and _MCAS, Captain Marvel? and college admissions.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks: #askMTJC #SaturnV #ApolloXI… https://t.co/r1LQoPV57w"" rel="nofollow">Tim MTJC on Twitter: "For those of you driving at home “V” in Latin is pronounced “quinque” and “X” is “decem”. “XI” is “undecim”. #askMTJC #SaturnV #ApolloXI… https://t.co/r1LQoPV57w" #askMTJC #SaturnV #ApolloXI… https://t.co/r1LQoPV57w"" rel="nofollow">Tim MTJC on Twitter: "For those of you driving at home “V” in Latin is pronounced “quinque” and “X” is “decem”. “XI” is “undecim”. #askMTJC #SaturnV #ApolloXI… https://t.co/r1LQoPV57w"Connections Episode 8: Eat Drink and be Merry : James Burke : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet ArchiveWhy 'ji32k7au4a83' Is a Remarkably Common PasswordTIOBE Index | TIOBE - The Software Quality Company“It’s show time:” Apple confirms March 25 event at the Steve Jobs Theater | Ars TechnicaThe Sad State of Logging Bugs for Apple – Corbin's TreehouseApple's AR smart glasses will require iPhone to work: Ming-Chi KuoUS Sales Tax Changes: What Software Businesses Should KnowApple buys up Laserlike, an ex-Googler founded AI startup focused on following news topics - 9to5MacSafely supporting new versions of Swift – Alan – MediumPlease mark down March 12, 2019 as the day GOP @HawleyMO owned Google.There’s more to iPhone - Apple (UK)42: “Pragmatic priorities”, with special guest Ted Kremenek — Swift by SundellBoeing 737 MAX - Wikipediaios - Preprocessor Directives to separate targets in xcode - Stack Overflow

1hr 15mins

16 Mar 2019

Rank #18

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Episode 240: Titanium Services

We fact check in the OG Mac resolution. We follow up on the WWDC lottery results and public WIFI. Google Chrome adds DuckDuckGo as a default search option. Original Air Pod batteries are wearing out. Apple apologizes for the butterfly keyboard. MTJC WWDC Lottery T-Shirts removed from some sites but still available. Facebook says it stored millions of passwords as plain test. Greg tweets about the goodness coming with Swift 5. iOS 12.2 has been released to support new services. Apple announces Apple News+, Apple Pay, Apple Card, Apple Arcade, Apple TV Channels, and Apple TV+. We discuss the new services, interest rates, availability outside the US. Picks: iOSCon 2019 - The conference for iOS and Swift Developers, The Swift Programing Guide - 5th Edition, Advanced Swift: Protocol Oriented Programming, Network.framework, 12.3 Beta releases.Special Guest: Dru Freeman.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Jaime Lopez on Twitter: "You can’t be rejected for a WWDC ticket if you never registered for the lottery. #askMTJC #WWDC #wwdc19… "Alicia Ramirez on Twitter: "How do you feel about public wifis (cafes, airports)and security? Do you avoid them? Do you use a VPN? #askMTJC"TunnelBear: Secure VPN ServiceGoogle Chrome Adds DuckDuckGo Search Engine Option | TimeYour AirPods Probably Have Terrible Battery Life - The AtlanticApple apologizes for continued reliability problems with its MacBook keyboards - The VergeFacebook Says It Stored Millions of Users' Passwords in Plain Text | TimeGreg Heo on Twitter: "So much good stuff here. Keeping track of proposals as they pass, I forgot how much is landing together in Swift 5. https://t.co/ucR1OcbwEv… https://t.co/oY3HI8nQyn"Apple releases iOS 12.2 with support for News+ service, new AirPods [Updated] | Ars Technica2 FOR COUPLES Magazine - iT Guy Technologies | we get IT… so you don't have toApple Pay is coming to transit systems in major US cities later this year | TechCrunchSurprisingly high interest in Apple Card, despite lack of USP - 9to5MacApple Card will roll out to additional countries, after US launchThe full list of Apple Watch ECG countries  - 9to5MaciOSCon 2019 - The conference for iOS and Swift Developers | 21st - 22nd Mar 2019 | LondonThe Swift Programming Language (Swift 5.0) by Apple Inc. on Apple BooksAdvanced Swift: Protocol Oriented Programming | raywenderlich.comApple releasing first iOS 12.3 beta for developers today - 9to5MacEverything new in iOS 12.3 & tvOS 12.3: New TV app!Network | Apple Developer DocumentationMTJC 2018 T-Shirt Annual Lottery | The More Than Just Code PodcastApple News - Apple (CA)

1hr 27mins

30 Mar 2019

Rank #19

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Episode 287: What's New in Neumorphism

Friend of the show Shawn Marston visits Tim Hortons in the UK. Google launches the Android 11 Developer Preview. Canadian Privacy Commissioners to Investigate Creepy Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI. Apple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months. RIP Larry Tesler creator of Cut, Copy & Paste. Apple is considering letting users change default email, browser, music apps in iOS. Google is cracking down on Android apps that track your location in the background. The iOS Developer Community Survey. New MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Powerful Update. Check It Out, Sans Checkout: Amazon Opens First Cashier-Less Grocery Store in Seattle. Is neumorphism the big new look for iOS 14? Picks: AppStat, Jon Reid on Twitter: "Look at that… useful testing advice from Apple! "Adding Unit Tests to your Existing Project".Special Guest: Mike Vinakmens.Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceLinks:Shawn Marston on Twitter: "@timmitra #mtjc. New in Birmingham UK. First try of timbits. I feel 50% Canadian now. 😜 #TimHortons https://t.co/6yLnALMYys" / TwitterGoogle launches the Android 11 Developer Preview today | Ars TechnicaClearview AI Is Under Investigation by Canadian Privacy OfficialsPersonal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act - WikipediaApple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months • The RegisterLawrence Tesler, Who Made Personal Computing Easier, Dies at 74 - The New York TimesApple is considering letting users change default email, browser, music apps in iOS | Ars TechnicaGoogle is cracking down on Android apps that track your location in the background - The VergeThe iOS Developer Community SurveyNew MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Powerful UpdateAmazon Opens First Cashier-Less Grocery Store in Seattle | TimeIs neumorphism the big new look for iOS 14? | Cult of MacAppstat - App Store Sales & Analytics on your MacJon Reid (now in Amsterdam) on Twitter: "Look at that… useful testing advice from Apple! "Adding Unit Tests to your Existing Project" https://t.co/6d4XZPcG1s" / TwitterConcurrency From the Ground UpRoger WatersPeter Gabriel - Growing Up TourMaple syrup - WikipediaSwift TOFacebook Home - WikipediaDionne Warwick - WikipediaLet's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS CertificatesStaffPad, a stunning Windows music writing app, is now available on iPad - The Verge

1hr 34mins

29 Feb 2020

Rank #20