September 6th, 2020 | 1 hr 4 mins
!hws, .mac, adafruit, app annie, apple stock, apple tv, apple watch series 6, arcade, ardunio, arm cortex m7, auto renewable, battle royal, chinese cards, deeplink, embed xcode, eworld, fedex, free trail, fry’s, gaming, health app, hello to bangs, homepod, hotmail, human centipad, ilife, iphone 12, limited time, malware, micromachine.io, mobileme, notarization, offer codes, puzzle, rasberry pi, rejection, rpg, shield, splunk, stapler, subscriptions, swifter, universal links, url schemes, usps, workout
We fact check Apple's stock if it had never split. FoS Joe Cabrera offers the inside view of FedEx driver tracking. Apple is preparing 75 million iPhone 12 for release. App Store appeals process is now live. Get ready for subscription offer codes. Apple is still trying to erase mac.com email addresses. Game IQ is a taxonomy to help publishers understand mobile game categories. Apple approves notorious malware to run on Macs. Picks: How to test deep links with UI Testing. How to manually add workout data to the Health app on your iPhone. World-first circuit board with Swift. Use !hws in DuckDuckGo.
July 29th, 2017 | 1 hr 20 mins
apollo 11, as11-40-5863-69, chess, chutes and ladders, contributing, dylibs, firefly, flash, freetime, iglistkit, lcd, machine learning, malware, markdown, nots and crosses, reactive programming, ryan nystrom, slacktextviewcontroller, snakes and ladders, static libraries, tft, tic tac toe, xcode
This week follow up on whether Apple will build three manufacturing plants in the US. We continue with Adobe announcing Flash's end of life announcement, Xcode 9 beta 4 now supporting static libraries, a malware that has been affecting Macs for a while and Office 365 surpasses traditional licenses. Picks: Pros and cons of iOS machine learning APIs, Powerpig's Builds, Five Unbelievable Secrets Of Reactive Programming The Experts Don't Want You To Know, Freetime - GitHub open source project manager, and SlackTextViewController.
May 13th, 2017 | 1 hr 19 mins
affiliate, amazon echo show, apple in the classroom, clean architecture, fira code, greg heo, handbrake, jean-michel jarre, malware, market cap, rsu, self driving, stock options, toronto, uber, visual studio for mac, yelp
This week we follow up on Apple's drop of affiliate commissions with Kim Ahlberg. We also follow up on Mac App Store vs direct purchasing after Handbrake was hacked with malware. We also followup on Apple in the Classroom. We discuss Uber launching a Toronto branch of their self-driving car research group. Tim's talks about his recent training session on clean architecture with Jorge Ortiz. Jaime introduces the Amazon Echo Show and the updated Visual Studio for Mac. Picks: Fira Code font, Yelp Local Graph, "Clarity, Cohesion, Coupling, Complexity".