Arbitrary Lines in the Sand
Episode 237 · March 9th, 2019 · 1 hr 23 mins
About this Episode
Our askMTJC touches on VR for healthcare, Roth IRA for tax free saving, and unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch. We follow up on Apple's apology to podcasters, a security researcher hands Apple details of Keychain bug, Facebook lets anyone look you up with your security phone number, and using Safe Area layout margins in Objective-C. Bringing iOS Apps to macOS Using Marzipanify. Facebook demanded hands-off data policy. Picks: Connections, season 1, episode 8, “Eat, Drink, and Be Merry”, Swift Code Formatters, Shortcuts Archive, ServerSide.swift 2018 conference video. After Show: Jaime's review of JapanSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
- ‘Apollo 11’ Review: Houston, We’ve Got a Classic - WSJ
- Apollo Lunar Module - Wikipedia
- Mike Hendley on Twitter: "With regard to your last show #askmtjc , we have some very smart folks where I work making excellent use of VR. Not HoloLens (AR) in this case, but it is exciting to see this kind of tech moving into healthcare 😎 https://t.co/FXjygyueir"
- Greg Heo on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast closest 🇺🇸 TFSA equivent is a “Roth IRA” — post-tax contributions, no tax on withdrawal. The American hosts should know what it is 😄 #askMTJC"
- Paul Wilkinson on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast I just checked and my Apple Watch definitely needs to be unlocked to unlock my Mac. #askmtjc"
- Security researcher hands Apple details of Keychain bug, calls for explanation regarding lack of macOS Bug Bounty program
- Now Facebook is allowing anyone to look you up using your security pho
- Positioning Content Relative to the Safe Area | Apple Developer Documentation
- Bringing iOS Apps to macOS Using Marzipanify
- James Calculator on Twitter: "Here's iOS PCalc running under Marzipan on Mojave. Mostly working, with a few graphical glitches - some stuff works even better than the current Mac version, like fullscreen / live resizing. Looking forward to seeing what we get officially at WWDC in June.… https://t.co/Fv9F8KUAve"
- Facebook demanded hands-off data policy in early talks to build new centre in Canada, documents reveal - The Globe and Mail
- Lionel Page on Twitter: "Is this the best timed TV sequence ever? James Burke covering live the Apollo 11 mission for the BBC in 1969. ht @bluedotfestival https://t.co/93be2AIzEW"
- Connections Episode 8: Eat Drink and be Merry : James Burke : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
- Swift Code Formatters - NSHipster
- Happy Season 2 Trailer (HD) Christopher Meloni Syfy series - YouTube