March 9th, 2019 | 1 hr 23 mins
2fa, 90210, aaron eckhart, alex trebek, apollo xi, app store review, apple podcasts, apple watch, bug bounty, connections, data centers, dave abrams, doko mo, encryption, facebook, federico viticci, imperial palace, james burke, japan, kanda station, lamp black, lawson, layout anchors, luke perry, lunar module, mazipanify, mean joe green, nick lockwood, nihombashi, objective-c, panku, pasmo, pokemon center, privacy, purple, roth ira, safe area, saturn v, server side swift, sharding, shortcuts, spockcast, suika, swift format, swift lint, swift-format, tempura, tfsa, tokyo, tokyo train station, uiedgeinsets
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 Japan
February 2nd, 2019 | 1 hr 20 mins
1000 dollar bill, 1952 vincent black lightning, abi, ada lovelace, air pods 2, an appropriate response, bad news, baked in, bank of america, bilion, buckethead, cheddar, chicago, clari, conde nast, don’t make me think, downtime, earnings, erica, facebook, facetime, fairport convention, fortune 500, guidance, heath ledger, ios 12.2, ios 13, ios conference singapore, ipad pro, iphone se, ipod touch, joker, lenovo, logic, magazine, netflix for games, object library, office 2018, office 365, office on ios, podcast, point inside, privacy, rupee, santana, screenwise, services, setapp, siri, sri international, steve hackett, streetcars, texture, the who, think pro, try try? try!, walt mossberg, web share, windows phone, xcode 10.2 beta
October 13th, 2018 | 59 mins 56 secs
360idev article, alan turing, alfred hobbs, apple logo, astro pad, bananas, beaucoup, bloomberg, blue tooth, brexit, buzz aldrin, clion, dave wiskus, day light savings, enigma machine, face time, facebook, facebook portal, first man, google plus, hockey, jet brains, kotin, lapel pins, light saber bug, luna display, matt rouge, navajo talkers, notch, ny comicon, public betas, repl, saqib shaikh, security sticker, sensor area, spark, super micro, swift packages, the big hack, topsy, turtle graphics, us congress, vector, wikipedia, yaml
We answer our askMTJC from Paul Wilkinson about eSim support and Aussie Apple retail pricing. Tim discusses his Apollo XI T-shirt and Wikipedia's support drive. We follow up on Testflight public betas which inspire a new site, Google Plus is shutting down, Secrets & Lies, and Facebook Portal introduces new smart screens for the home. 3D Bananas are the new scale of processor performance. Another follow up on Saqib Shaikh as he appears on CBC's Spark. Luna Display is available for sale. We discuss iOS 12 and Core Data External Binary Data Storage, State of Developer Ecosystem, Apple vs the Big Hack, Aussie Day Light Savings Apple Watch bug, iOS 12.0.1 bug fixes, and Apple's overpriced repairs. Picks: The Apple II Source Code for the LOGO Language Found, CodeMobile Weekly Episode 2: A fireside chat with Jaime Lopez, Designing Websites for iPhone X, REPL Support for Swift Packages.
August 4th, 2018 | 1 hr 29 mins
2001, 2life, 360idev, a quiet place, affiliates, app store, apple, apple music, atlassian, avengers: infinity wars, bash profile, better call saul, bob odenkirk, burger king, danforth, david cross, dolby, facebook, frère jacques, go north west, go north westhlsipad, gus fring, handmaid’s tale, hector salamanca, hipchat, hlsipad, home depot, horace dediu, huawei, implicit unwrapping, iphone 8, iphone x, jackson brown, jean beliveau, learning after 50, michael mckeean, microsoft, oakville, pcalc, prime now, renorun, rested, sandra oh, shell prompt, singleton, slack, spockcats, stocks, tammy coron, tim hortons, trudeau, twitter, wendy’s
We follow up on the new iPad Pro. We discuss Apple's stellar Q3 results. Apple is shutting down the affiliate program for the Mac App Store and App Store for iOS. We debate the merits of implicitly unwrapping optionals. Picks: RenoRun, Hacking my shell prompt so I make fewer mistakes working with Xcode projects, RESTed. After Show: We discuss the merger/shutdown of Slack and Hipchat.
March 24th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
almost famous, applescript, barenaked ladies, bicentennial, black panther, cambridge analytica, catherine o’hara, chris elliot, christopher guest, damien portier, dave verner, dci-p3, drupa, dweezil, eugene levy, facebook, frank zappa, harry shearer, ibm, ibm think 2018, ios dev directory, ios dev weekly, josh brolin, mcintosh, mellotron, michael mckean, microled, moon unit, nyquist theorum, peaky blinders, pete frame, peter cushing, prince, quicksilver, ready player one, rohin, ry cooder, sam neil, scarlet witch, schitt$ creek, self-driving car killing, sorting hat, t shirt, thanos, the avengers, the complete rock family trees, the song remains the same, this is spinal tap, tom hardy, tomb raider, uber, watson, wide color (p3)
We discuss our annual T-shirt ideas and upcoming anniversary. We're now in the iOS Dev Directory. Apple may be developing MicroLED displays. Uber and Facebook behaving badly again. Apple's True Depth technology is two years ahead of the competition. Apple and IBM give developers access to Watson. Picks: Yoink, I’m Lazy So I Write Tests, Wanle Gamers Console for iPhone, Sqlite Browser
March 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 9 mins
alto, android p, android p developer preview, appillionares, autorelease, bitcoin, facebook, honey comb, hybrid apps, instagram, ios 4.2, iphone os, iphone os 3.2, iphone x, jonathan zdziarski, little things, loot boxes, marco armant, memory lane, notch, peaky blinders, release, retain, snowman, spark on cbc, spock cast, startrek discovery, true depth, tumbler, vero, worth your salt
This week we open with a discussion about Android phone makers mimicking the notch. We also follow up on the Bitcoin Pizza Guy. We look into the negative effect of algorithm driven social network feeds. Swift 4.1 is bringing #if and canImport() availability checks. It's the 10th anniversary of the iPhone OS SDK, so we discuss our own memories of early iPhone app development. Apple is opening medical clinics for employees. WatchKit is for Baby Apps according to Marco Arment. Picks: Charles Proxy for iOS, Alto's Odyssey, Silicon Valley 5 trailer w/hidden message, Learn with Google AI, Simple is hiring an iOS developer, Skydio hiring, Topology Eyewear hiring.
January 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 30 mins
30 under 30, aaron hillegass, alexa, alexa skills, conditional conformance, costume, coursera, daniel jalkut, facebook, flatmap, flick, google home, graham devine, hacking in swift, home pod, ios 11.3, machine learning, macintosh, malala fund, malala yousafzai, marcus zara, millinery, paul hudson, self driving cars, sirikit, sonos, swift 4.1, swift cloud workshop 3, swift forums, tim cook, unit of time
Recorded on the 34th anniversary of the Macintosh unveiling, we follow up on self driving cars with no steering wheels. We discuss improvements to Siri in iOS 11.2.5 and Thor Ragnarok slips out on the web early. The Malala Fund and Apple join to aid 100K underprivileged women to attend school. The Home Pod is now available for order in the US, UK and Australia. Facebook has introduced a new unit of time. Apple previews iOS 11.3. Paul Hudson posts in What's new in Swift 4.1. Picks: Canada's DEVELOPER 30|30, Swift Forums, Cousera's Machine Learning.
April 14th, 2017 | 1 hr 11 mins
car play, clips, facebook, fingerprints, hyperdrive, nothing, pin codes, reactive programing, rxswift, test flight, xcode 8
This week Jaime regales us on his experience with Car Play. Tim tells about his disappointing experience with HyperDrive USB-C port expander. We follow up on Marin's Todorov's free chapters from RXSwift - Reactive Programming With Swift. Apple is taking more hardware development in house and effecting their suppliers. We also discuss a patched defect that allowed motion sensors to discover pin codes. Jaime & Tim also discuss their experiences with Apple's Clips app. We discuss Microsoft's ReactXP, Facebook app binary size and fingerprints may not be as secure as you think. Picks: New features in Xcode 8.2 Simulator, What’s New in TestFlight and the Nothing - Smartphone app from the Minimalists.