November 30th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
affinity photo, airpower, alpha go, anagram, big mountain studios, bill nye, black box problem, black friday, book of why, bowling for columbine, counterfactual causation, dad jokes, data detectors, derived data, developer advocates, digital darkroom, disney, eaton centre apple store, feature flags, gordon fontenot, hacking with swift, hey dingus, insta-matic, ios 14, iphone smart battery case, leet speak, magic wand tool, man in the high castle, mandalorian, maple syrup, michael moore, nscache, nscountedset, nsnorth, nsorderedset, nsscanner, nsscreencast, ok boomer, pallindorme, paul hudson, plug-in, python, ray wenderlich, science rules, seattle, shutter button, softbank, springs and struts, startup, swiftui views, translatesautoresizingmaskintoconstraints, uisearchbar, uisearchtoken, wework, zuckerberg
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.
November 23rd, 2019 | 1 hr 48 mins
.net, 1password, accel, adobe, airbnb, amazon, apple tv+, apple watch, aquired.fm, atlasssian, austin, basecamp, causality, charlotte, cingleton, continuous deployment, corellia software, correlation, dave teare, david heinemeier hansson, developer app, digital darkroom, dillan’s voice, dmitry rodionov, el paso, equifax, eric sadun, escape key, experian, gender bias, gig economy, google chrome, have i been powned, homebrew, homemaker, houston, itunes windows, jamie heinemeier hansson, jeff bezos, jessie cartier, joe cieplinsky, jonathan suzuki-cook, la, mac os 8, macbook pro 16, market watch, mastodon, max howell, melody loops, mini map, morning show, newsroom, parallels, paul hudson, pbs, quicklook, renovate, ricky de laviaga, sicp, silicon beach, smart keyboard, space jazz, sports tv, spruce goose, stem, subscription fatigue, swiftly.dev, swiftui cheat sheet, texas, tim miller, transunion, troy hunt, typing club, unicorn, vero, walkie talkie, wikipedia, wikitribune, windows 98, wned, wt.social, wwdc, xip, youtube tv
This week we fact check on PBS WNED, David Heinemeier Hansson, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. We follow up on Parallels, Hey! Siri, Jamie Heinemeier Hansson posts her story about the Apple Card credit rating, and Amazon's abandoned AI recruiting tool. We discuss how the Apple Watch has transformed users with autism and CP. Use this handy calculator to find out how much subscriber TV will cost you. Joe Cieplinski's post "About That Keyboard" drives another discussion about the MacBook Pro 16 keyboard. Apple is planning a Dec event celebrating gaming. Apple's Developer app will provide information for developers year round. Apple breaks ground in Austin to build Mac Pros. Ricky brings us A Companion for SwiftUI, the SwiftUI Lab, and About-SwiftUI. 1Password partners with Accel for continued growth, Çingleton 2013 - Dave Teare, and A love letter to DHH and others concerned about our recent funding announcement. Xcode 11.2 Banned From Apple Itself. Apple may be working on a successor to iTunes on Windows 10. Porting by a 1000 Patches: Bringing Swift to Windows. Why I've started asking companies about their technical interviews before proceeding with them. Voice Control link roundup via Back to Work 452. Picks: WT:Social, Take Charge of those Xips, QuickLook certs In the Finder, Apple launches a dedicated mobile app for its developer community, 100 Days of SwiftUI, SwiftUI by Example, Survey results: iOS Dev Weekly 430 link roundup, I Accidentally Uncovered a Nationwide Scam on Airbnb, Renovate is now part of WhiteSource