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SwiftCoders: Interviews with Swift Developers

Interviews with Swift developers about their experience with Apple's new open source programming language. Hear their stories, learn tips and tricks, and leave empowered.

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4: Michael Sacks - From Bootcamp to Indie iOS Dev

Alumnus and Mentor from DevMountain bootcamp, and Independent iOS Developer with 3 published apps.Links:Michael Sacks on the App Store DevMountain Bootcamp michaelsacks@gmail.comQuestions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on TwitterThis episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 1min

2 Mar 2016

Rank #1

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5: Garo Hussenjian - Senior iOS Engineer at TigerText

From Biophysics at UC Berkeley, to building his own web consulting company, to iOS Developer at TigerText.Links:PolyRhythms MoodKit - Mood Improvement Tools TigerText Secure Messaging for Business Seven Swift Snares & How to Avoid Them Swift.Org - Contributing Code Garo on Twitter and GitHub - @GaroHussenjian Moopon - by Learn Swift LA member Mark SimQuestions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on TwitterThis episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 5mins

9 Mar 2016

Rank #2

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62: Tim Mitra - Lead iOS Dev & Host of MTJC Podcast

This episode is the Season 3 Finale. We will be back for the start of Season 4 on September 12. Thanks to my new Patrons: Tassilo von Gerlach Tom Smallwood Marc Aupont New Meet Ups: https://www.meetup.com/LearnSwiftKC/ https://www.meetup.com/Learn-Swift-Cincinati/ https://www.meetup.com/learn-swift-louisville/ https://www.meetup.com/learn-swift-winnipeg/ Tim Mitra is a lead iOS Developer at TD Bank in Toronto, Canada. He's also the host of the More Than Just Code Podcast. Enjoy! Links: https://twitter.com/timmitra https://www.it-guy.com http://www.mtjc.fm http://roundaboutfm.com https://www.raywenderlich.com/156892/swift-ready-enterprise https://360idev.com https://www.rwdevcon.com https://github.com/ole/whats-new-in-swift-4 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber_duck_debugging https://twitter.com/WesleyBevins/status/883414167981391872 http://fogodechao.com Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 47mins

2 Aug 2017

Rank #3

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63: Ryan Nystrom - iOS Engineer at Instagram

We're back with Season 4 and an excellent interview with Ryan Nystrom. Ryan is an iOS Engineer at Instagram in New York where he focuses on app infrastructure. He helped build IGListKit alongside Jesse Squires and has been tweeting a lot lately about his personal open source iOS App, GitHawk. This is going to be a great season. Enjoy the premeire! ANNOUNCEMENTS New Patrons: - Mike Garvin - Ronald Sala - Guy Daher The SwiftCoders Network of Podcasts: - Fireside Swift // Steven Berard & Zack Falgout - The Learn Swift Podcast // Steven Sherry LINKS - https://twitter.com/_ryannystrom - https://github.com/Instagram/IGListKit - http://githawk.com - https://www.rwdevcon.com - https://buckbuild.com - https://github.com/AFNetworking/AFNetworking/ - Redwood City - Climate Best by Government Test - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI-83_series - https://dribbble.com - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impostor_syndrome - https://github.com/facebookarchive/AsyncDisplayKit - Daniel Jalkut - https://twitter.com/danielpunkass/ - https://fastlane.tools - https://github.com/mdiep/MMMarkdown TIPS - Be Ready to Learn - Take Risks, Seek Out Opportunities, Learn from Mistakes - Foster the Environment You Desire - Its Ok to Be Vulnerable - Foster Inclusive Environment Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 56mins

13 Sep 2017

Rank #4

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67: Nick Lockwood - Creator of SwiftFormat

Enjoy this episode with Nick Lockwood, the creator of SwiftFormat. I appologize for the poor quality of this weeks episode. Cast was still having issues at the time of recording so I had to use Skype. ANNOUNCEMENTS Thank you to the Swift @ Apple Team! I'm MCing Swift Summit! LINKS - Nick Lockwood on Twitter - Nick Lockwood on GitHub - SwiftFormat - Layout - SwiftLint - Swift-Format Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast! 

2hr 12mins

11 Oct 2017

Rank #5

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54: Robert Widmann - Swift Compiler Intern & Swift Open Source Contributor

Follow The SwiftCoder Journey at WWDC 2017 via Instagram. I'll be posting a lot of Stories: https://www.instagram.com/swiftcoders/ Come to The SwiftCoders Meet & Greet at AltConf 2017. Find all the details here: https://swiftcoders.eventfarm.com In this episode, I interview Robert Widmann. Robert is a rising Junior at Carnegie Mellon University where he studies Mathematics. He was an intern at Apple on the Swift Compiler Team in 2016. He will be interning at Apple on the Swift Static Analysis Team this summer, and he's also a frequent contributor to Swift Open Source. I really wanted to interview Robert because he helped me get my first Swift Open Source pull request merged in. The Swift Community is really lucky to have Robert as a member. Anyone interested in talking about Swift or getting started with Swift Open Source should definitely reach out to him on Twitter. Enjoy! Links: https://twitter.com/CodaFi_ http://xn--wxak1a.com https://github.com/CodaFi https://github.com/typelift https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_true_Scotsman https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego_Mindstorms http://www.vanschneider.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/APL_(programming_language) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haskell_(programming_language) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depth-first_search https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_traversal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homotopy_type_theory https://github.com/HoTT/HoTT https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agda_(programming_language) https://bugs.swift.org/ https://twitter.com/UINT_MIN https://github.com/apple/swift/blob/master/docs/Lexicon.rst https://github.com/trill-lang/trill https://twitter.com/aciidb0mb3r https://gist.github.com/CodaFi/fe42d673f1a37395ffd1 https://github.com/apple/swift/pull/8908 Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast! 

2hr 24mins

24 May 2017

Rank #6

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32: Chris Eidhof - Founder of Objc.io

I'm super excited to have Chris Eidhof as a guest this week. Chris is the Founder of Objc.io, UIKonf, and Swift Talk, the author of Functional Swift and Advanced Swift, and he also travels the world speaking about Swift. Enjoy!Links:Chris on Twitter - @ChrisEidhof - https://twitter.com/ChrisEidhof Swift Talk - https://talk.objc.io LoadingViewConrtrollers - https://talk.objc.io/episodes/S01E03-loading-view-controllers The Books - https://www.objc.io/books/ Objc.io - https://www.objc.io Website - http://www.eidhof.nl Swift Summit - https://www.swiftsummit.com Chris is also the founder of UIKonf - http://www.uikonf.com Friends of ChrisWouter Swierstra - @WouterSwierstra - https://twitter.com/WouterSwierstra Eelco Lempsink - @eelco - https://twitter.com/eelco Florian Kugler - @FlorianKugler - https://twitter.com/FlorianKugler Peter Steinberger - @steipete - https://twitter.com/steipete Daniel Eggert - @danielboedewadt - https://twitter.com/danielboedewadt Batch Script - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file Delphi - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphi_(programming_language) PHP - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PHP Ruby - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby_(programming_language) Ruby on Rails - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby_on_Rails Ajax - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(programming) Haskell - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haskell_(programming_language) Ayaka Nonaka - @ayanonagon -  https://twitter.com/ayanonagon LoadingViewControllers inspired by this talk - https://realm.io/news/tryswift-ayaka-nonaka-boundaries-in-practice/ THC - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuindorp_Hustler_Click Leon Kirchhoff - https://twitter.com/leonki Bootcamp Berlin - https://twitter.com/sbcBerlin Denekamp - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denekamp Listen on iTunes. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on TwitterThis episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 21mins

26 Oct 2016

Rank #7

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71: Steven Hepting - iOS Engineer at Airbnb & Explorer of Swift on Rasberry Pi

ANNOUNCEMENTS - Kent SE England Swift Coders group: @GreggJaskiewicz - https://www.facebook.com/groups/kentswiftcoders/ - Swift Community Awards: https://www.hackingwithswift.com/awards LINKS - Steven on Twitter - https://twitter.com/stevenhepting - https://medium.com/airbnb-engineering/building-mixed-language-ios-project-with-buck-8a903b0e3e56

1hr 34mins

15 Nov 2017

Rank #8

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75: Season 4 Finale

In this episode I cover the following: 1) Update on my life, 2) Our Accomplishments in 2017, 3) Our Goals for 2018, 4) The Future of the SwiftCoders Podcast. Enjoy and See you next year! LINKS - Join our Super Team at Tinder: http://grnh.se/6q45gv1 - Look out for Garo's video here: https://www.skilled.io - Chris Fuller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chrisfuller - Start your own Learn Swift meet up: https://learnswiftla.com/start-learnswift-meetup-guide/ - http://eventfarm.com - http://habitastulum.com - No Way Out by Puff Daddy and the Family: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/no-way-out-remastered-edition/906589010 Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

43mins

13 Dec 2017

Rank #9

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36: Andyy Hope - Creator of Playgrounds Conference

Welcome back to the SwiftCoders Podcast! Our Season 3 premiere features Andyy Hope, the creator of Playgrounds Conference, Australia’s conference dedicated to Swift and Apple platform developers. Links: http://www.playgroundscon.com https://twitter.com/AndyyHope Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Square Cash by sending funds to the cashtag $garricn. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 10mins

18 Jan 2017

Rank #10

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59: Marcos Griselli - iOS Engineer at Toptal

Marcos Griselli is an iOS Engineer at Toptal, an exclusive network of top software developers. We talk about his journey from Computer Science student to Database Admin to iOS Developer. The hard choices of leaving a kushy job to follow his passion and whether or not he should continue earning his degree. Its his birthday today so wish him a good one! Annoucements: Ginny Pennekamp / Name That Truckhttps://twitter.com/ginnybx1 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/namethattruck/id1244210414?mt=8 Marc Aupont / Learn Swift Queenshttps://twitter.com/digimarktech https://www.meetup.com/Learn-Swift-Queens-Meetup/ Jay Mutzafi / Learn Swift Portlandhttps://twitter.com/JayMutzafi https://www.meetup.com/Learn-Swift-Portland/ Links: https://twitter.com/marcosgriselli https://github.com/marcosgriselli/SwipeableTabBarController https://www.reddit.com/r/iOSProgramming/ Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!  

1hr 11mins

28 Jun 2017

Rank #11

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58: Alistair Cooper - Senior iOS Developer at Wurrly

Alistair transitioned from a career as a Music Composer to an iOS Developer in about two years. These type of career transition stories are inspiring for others thinking of doing the same. Enjoy! My New Patrons: https://twitter.com/marcosgriselli https://twitter.com/Truman https://twitter.com/genadyo Links: https://twitter.com/swiftcomposer http://www.spike.com/shows/lip-sync-battle https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lip-sync-battle-app/id1142401623?mt=8 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wurrly-its-more-than-karaoke/id926049148?mt=8 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ax-collector/id1161437095?mt=8 https://aws.amazon.com/lambda/ https://www.codecademy.com https://www.hackingwithswift.com http://www.crackingthecodinginterview.com https://github.com/raywenderlich/swift-algorithm-club Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast! 

1hr 19mins

21 Jun 2017

Rank #12

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65: Brian Gesiak (@Modocache) - LLVM Engineer at Facebook, Swift Compiler Committer, Creator of Quick

Better known on the web as @modocache, Brian is a staple in the Swift community. From creating Quick, a Swift and Objective-C testing framework, to significantly contributing to open source Swift including commits to the apple/swift and apple/swift-corelibs-xctest, and most recently with his introductory guides to contributing to the Swift Compiler, Brian's efforts for the Swift community are invaluable. We talk about living and working in Japan, delaying your way into a new job, and how to make it easier for onboarding new Swift open source contributors. Enjoy! ANNOUCEMENTS - Listen to Fireside Swift & The Learn Swift Podcast - Support Garric on Patreon. Every $ counts! - Thinking about starting your own Learn Swift meet up? Contact me! LINKS - https://twitter.com/modocache - https://modocache.io - https://modocache.io/getting-started-with-swift-development - https://www.patreon.com/modocache - https://github.com/modocache - https://github.com/apple/swift/blob/master/docs/SIL.rst - IRC? - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat - Cracking the Coding Interview - GYB Files - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMake - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_architecture - https://github.com/kiwi-bdd/Kiwi - https://www.strava.com/mobile - https://github.com/apple/swift/blob/master/docs/SwiftFormat.md - https://github.com/nicklockwood/SwiftFormat - https://github.com/realm/SwiftLint/ TIP: Keep having fun! Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast! 

2hr 25mins

27 Sep 2017

Rank #13

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60: Karoly Lorentey - Independent Swift Developer & Author of Optimizing Collections in Swift

Karoly Lorentey is an independent Swift developer and the author of Optimizing Collections in Swift which was recently published by Objc.io. We discuss rediscovering his passion for programming, the joy of writing code no one ever sees, his journey from Sys-Admin to Mac developer to his 2 year exploration of Swift.   Annoucements: Check out the Issue I wrote: https://swiftweekly.github.io/issue-76/ Contact me on Twitter if you're interested in working with me on the new Podcast and/or Newsletter idea I'm teaching Swift for two weeks at https://tumo.org Follow SwiftCoders on Instagram and Twitter for updates Links: https://twitter.com/lorentey https://www.objc.io/books/optimizing-collections/ https://talk.objc.io/episodes/S01E55-sorted-arrays-with-binary-search https://github.com/lorentey http://www.latex-project.org https://github.com/apple/swift/pull/10558 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macro_(computer_science) https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2017/402/ http://ankit.im/swift/2016/02/29/swift-abstract-syntax-tree/ http://redbullairrace.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadia_Comăneci https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadia_(film) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Béla_Károlyi Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

2hr 7mins

5 Jul 2017

Rank #14

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72: Andy Obusek - iOS Engineer at Warner Brothers Digital Labs & Associate Editor in Chief at RayWenderlich.com

ANNOUCEMENTS - Black Friday Sale Nov 24-27: https://www.raywenderlich.com/177687/black-friday-sale-coming-soon-2 - Be the Leader of Learn Swift NOVA! Reach out to Andrew Rudkosky on Twitter https://twitter.com/SkyPlasticBeer LINKS - Andy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/obusek - Andy's blog: http://cleanswifter.com - RWDevCon 2018 - https://www.rwdevcon.com NOTE Sorry about my vocals on this episode. I failed to ensure that the input for my vocals was properly selected. Human error. I added a note to my check list to triple check so it shouldnt happen again. Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!   

1hr 27mins

22 Nov 2017

Rank #15

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74: Bob Williams & Charles Long - Founders and Lead Instructors at AppCamp at Asheville School

Bob Williams and Charles Long are the Founders and Lead Instructors of AppCamp at Ashville School. At AppCamp, teenagers from across the U.S. and abroad learn how to make apps for the iPhone and iPad using Swift and Xcode. Asheville School is a 501c3 non-profit and offers some scholarships to app camp students. This year, they're looking for corporate scholarships to help fund travel and tuition expenses for students who qualify for financial aid. If you're interested in being a corporate sponsor, please email appdevcamp@ashevilleschool.org. ANNOUCEMENT - Call for Swift.org Workgroup Volunteers https://lists.swift.org/pipermail/swift-dev/Week-of-Mon-20171113/005988.html - Nicole Jacque on Twitter: https://twitter.com/racer_girl27 LINKS - App Camp: https://www.ashevilleschool.org/appdevcamp - App Camp 2017 Video: https://youtu.be/ZAUIRMbzL1g - Bob on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobwilliamssong Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

1hr 10mins

6 Dec 2017

Rank #16

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57: Evan Maloney - iOS Developer at HBC Digital

Evan is an iOS Developer at HBC Digital where he focuses on Apple platform products for Gilt.com and Saks Fifth Avenue. Links: https://github.com/emaloney https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASQc2jTa5Ok&feature=youtu.be https://vimeo.com/217236459 Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast! 

1hr 25mins

14 Jun 2017

Rank #17

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69: Tom Smallwood - Senior iOS Developer at Fjord

Tom Smallwood is a Senior iOS Developer at Fjord, a mobile development agency focusing on enterprise applications. Apple and Accenture (Fjord's parent company) recently announced an enterprise partnership similar those that Apple has with IBM, Cisco, SAP, Deloitte, and GE. We talk about working in enterprise development, working remotely, and using Swift in enterprise applications. Enjoy! ANNOUCEMENTS - I'm on break next week as I will be at Swift Summit. Episode 70 will air the following week. LINKS - Tom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomSmallwood - Fjord: https://www.fjordnet.com - Accenture: https://www.accenture.com - Chaotic Moon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaotic_Moon_Studios - Josh Brown: http://roadfiresoftware.com Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!  

1hr 27mins

28 Oct 2017

Rank #18

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70: Swift Summit Recap + DISCOVER with Garo Hussenjian

Garo Hussenjian, iOS Core Team Lead at Tinder, and I recap of our adventure at Swift Summit as well as a follow up on Garo's talk about DISCOVER, an application architecture created and used at Tinder. LINKS - https://www.swiftsummit.com - Garo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/garohussenjian - Discover Talk Slides: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9kosfhsdahbe8z6/Architecture%20in%20Context.pdf?dl=0 - http://tech.gotinder.com/the-new-swipe-right-with-swift/ - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palace_of_Fine_Arts - Daniel Steinberg: https://twitter.com/dimsumthinking - Joe Groff: https://twitter.com/jckarter - Brandon Williams: https://twitter.com/mbrandonw - Ryan Nystrom: https://twitter.com/_ryannystrom - Brandon Kase: https://twitter.com/bkase_ - Chris Bailey: https://twitter.com/chris__bailey - David Okun: https://twitter.com/dokun24 - Creator of MVC & DCI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trygve_Reenskaug - https://www.objc.io/issues/13-architecture/viper/ Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!  

1hr 16mins

8 Nov 2017

Rank #19

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64: Brandon Williams - Creator of PointFree.co & Former Kickstarter Mobile Engineering Lead

Brandon Williams is an independant mobile consultant living in New York. He was the former mobile engineering lead at Kickstarter for 5.5 years where he created Kickstarter 1.0 for iOS, lead the 1.0 for Android, and successfully open sourced both projects just this past December. What's most exciting is that he recently announced Point-Free, a weekly video series about Swift and Functional Programming. But that's not all, Point-Free is entirely built using Swift (HTML!!!, CSS!!!, and Server all in Swift!!!), and its all open source. Sign up to be notified when they launch. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did. This really is going to be the best season yet. ANNOUCEMENTS New Patrons - Mark Johnson - Modocache  Removing Patreon Rewards I am removing all Patreon rewards. I'm sorry. I can't keep up with it as I am already doing so much. Feel free to cancel, no hard feelings at all. Let me know if you want your money back. If you can come up with an interesting reward, perhaps I can make it happen. The SwiftCoders Network of Podcasts - Fireside Swift: Steven Berard and Zack Falgout - Live guests! - The Learn Swift Podcast: Steven Sherry LINKS - https://twitter.com/mbrandonw - https://twitter.com/pointfreeco - https://github.com/pointfreeco/pointfreeco - http://www.fewbutripe.com - https://github.com/kickstarter/ios-oss - https://twitter.com/stephencelis - https://kickstarter.engineering/functional-swift-conference-2016-e54aeb7ba266 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0VaIKK2ijM - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6246719/what-is-a-higher-kinded-type-in-scala - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-dimensional_topology - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_theory - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX - https://github.com/ReactiveX/RxJava - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anonymous_function - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-benefit_corporation - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_template_system - https://github.com/vapor/leaf - https://github.com/kylef/Stencil - https://mustache.github.io Listen on iTunes. Support this podcast via Patreon. Questions, comments, or you just wanna say Hi? Contact your host @garricn on Twitter. This episode was recorded using the Cast platform by @JulianLepinski. Wanna start your own podcast? Try Cast!

2hr 4mins

20 Sep 2017

Rank #20