Bob Hamilton's Ride
Episode 182 · February 10th, 2018 · 1 hr 22 mins
About this Episode
This week we look back at Saul Mora's Core Data trick at RWDevcon 2015. We follow up on Apple's 2018 Q1 earnings, the last of a super cycle and parking self-driving slippers. We discuss how Strava's heat map exposes popular exercise locations. We also talk about Mycroft AI's privacy-first smart speaker. We discuss app rejections stemming from the use of Apple's emojis in screenshots. Picks: Activating an Audio Session, Tim Horton's Scroll Up To WinSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
- Tim Mitra on Twitter: "Let’s see what @Smappsoft says. #askMTJC… "
- RWDevCon 2018: The Tutorial Conference
- Apple Q1 2018 earnings: Record revenue, beating the estimates - Six Colors
- Analyst: Slowing iPhone X demand means no super cycle for Apple | 9to5Mac
- Disney Movies Anywhere | Watch Your Disney, Disney • Pixar, Marvel, & Star Wars Movies
- Welcome | Movies Anywhere
- Nissan's self-driving slippers tidy themselves away
- Exercise app shows why anonymous data can still be dangerous - Home | Spark with Nora Young | CBC Radio
- Arvind Narayanan on Twitter: "Besides, Strava’s privacy controls can be confusing. For example, "Privacy Zones" allow you to hide your activities that lie in a circle around your house. But if I grey out a circle around my house, isn’t my house just the center of that circle?! So haven’t I revealed it anyway?"
- Strava Global Heatmap
- The privacy-first smart speaker taking on the likes of Apple and Amazon - Home | Spark with Nora Young | CBC Radio
- CDW to buy assets of Macwarehouse parent company | Macworld
- Charles Perry on Twitter: "1) I’ve been thinking more about Apple’s rejection of @gitBittracker on the the stated basis that the developers of @gitBittracker violated Apple’s copyright when @gitBittracker included emoji in their screenshot. And here’s the thing: Apple is totally in the right here."
- App Review rejecting apps that use Apple emoji for user interface icons | 9to5Mac
- Activating an Audio Session
- Rimroller: the contest cup unroller!
- With Scroll Up To Win, Tim Hortons re-imagines Roll Up The Rim for the mobile age
- Episode 102 – Jonathan Kuehlein – Roundabout: Creative Chaos
- FRYS.com | Apple
- The Lead Developer Austin 2018