April 14th, 2023 | 1 hr 4 mins
8 out of 10 cats, actor model, async await, behind the scenes with threads, breakpoints, canvas, carl hewet, chicago, cocoaconf, eric meijer, erica sadun, gordon lee, guy kawasaki, infinite monkey cage, ipad, james dempsey, jim wyrick, matt smith, non copiable value types, objective-c, paul hudson, pragmatic programmers, sal salghoian, san jose, steven fry, swift, threads, top 40, trailing closure syntax
This week Tim sits down with Daniel Steinberg to talk about his work, teaching, and his new book The Curious Case of the Async Cafe. The book explores Swift concurrency. They also discuss Daniel's experience as a broadcast radio host, his upcoming Top 40 format app, has his thoughts on WWDC 2023.
February 17th, 2023 | 1 hr 45 mins
arctic circle, ash furrow, auto layout, borje salming, core coffee, core data, deep dish swift, eddie izzard, facebook, greg heo, kodeco, localization, mac app store, mercury weather, objective-c, orbit, perth, playgrounds, stockholm, sweden, swiftui, umeå university
This week Tim sits down with Malin Sundberg and Kai Dombrowski, founders of Triple Glazed Studios, makers of Orbit: Time Based Inventory for macOS and iOS as well as makers of the Mercury Weather app. We discuss starting with Swift and publishing apps in SwiftUI, crashing into snow banks, under the edge of the Arctic Circle, all without having seen a single Star Wars movie (until recently)
January 31st, 2023 | 1 hr 18 mins
360 idev, 360 stump, amiga, ash furrow, celine dion, deep dish swift, dionne quintuplets, disk doubler, eggs benedict, facebook, floppy disk, grace hopper, healthkit, hearttwitch, indiana jones, ipad, jay freeman, lansing michigan, lzw compression, marcel dionne, mark german, mastodon, mini vmac, myspace, objective-c, patch, punch card, raiders of the last arc, scsi, server side swift, swift to, temple of doom, twitter, unique ability, univac, vapor, virtualization
This week Leo Dion joins Tim to discuss his career as Server-Side Swift developer, speaker and podcaster. They discuss some computer and development history, the future of Twitter, as well as, the upcoming Reality Pro AR/VR headset rumoured to be coming from Apple. Leo makes gets an early start on the best sandwich.
April 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 41 mins
1password, a16, a4, academy award, accessibility, apple office hours, apple stock, await async, awesome swift, best picture, bitrise, bruce cockburn, core data, dell ultrasharp u2720q, delores clamen, designatednerd, display port, ellen shapiro, engineering leader, genesis, glow forge, hockey night in canada, hp-ux, if let, ios 15.4, ipad air, iphone upgrade program, jackson brown, james taylor, keynote, laugh, lg ultrafine 5k, lindsey buckingham, little feet, live, love, m2, mac studio, macbook air, macworld expo, marques brownlee, mchenry convention center, mini led, monday night football, moore’s law, n95, netflix, never go back again, objective-c, p3 color, pi day countdown, platform state of the union, portugal, primus, rich turton, rick beato, ryan reynolds, steely dan, steve hackett, steve jobs theater, steve westgate, stomping tom conners, studio display, sun workstation, swift fiddle, swiftui, taqueria los pericos, thunderbolt 4, tommy emanuel, tribute to kings, universal control, unnotification, voiceover, wwdc 2022
This week we fact check Hockey Night in Canada, and compare the new iPad Air to the iPad Pro, review masked Face ID, and debate whether the Apple Studio Display is a good deal. Apple announces WWDC 2022 starting June 6. We share our opinions on the online version of WWDC. Apple is apparently testing nine M2 based Macs and may introduce a new MacBook Air at WWDC. Apple’s new A16 chip only included with higher-end iPhone 14 Pro models, base model iPhone 14 uses same chip as iPhone 13. Has the time come to rent iPhones? Apple finally lets ‘reader’ link to their own sites. 'if let' gets new syntax in Swift 5.6. Picks: RWDevCon 2017 Inspiration Talk: I’m an Idiot by Richard Turton, Remember when Apple built a Mac OS running on top of Solaris and HP-UX? Seriously. It happened, Cybersecurity and Skin Care, Improving Accessibility: VoiceOver, Swift Fiddle, Live, Laugh, Delete Derived Data, Awesome Swift, 40+ iOS 15.4 changes and features!
February 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 21 mins
2048, ada lovelace, advil, altair, app store, apple, apple cash, bartender, big sur, bill gates, bric, catalina, charles babbage, chippendales, chromium, coca cola, combine, congressman, core data, cpm, de anza college, dev tools, disktop, don’t hand them rocks, douglas englebart, drag lock, dry, gary kildall, guitar, homebrew, house of representatives, hydrox, india, iphone se 5g, jesse squire, joseph heck, kimberly clark, kleenex, konqueror, log, m2, macbook air, magsafe, monterey, moore, mozilla, nfc, notch, objective-c, open source, optionals, oreo, personal computer, positive grid, pragmatic programmer, purple, sanate, schoolhouse rock, shopify, shortcuts, sideload, spark 40, square, stripe, swift, threes, tom harrington, trade dress, venmo, wordle, yagni
This week we discuss Apple's record breaking iPhone sales in India. A new MacBook Air could be coming with a notch, MagSafe, next generation Apple Silicon and more ports, along with a 5G iPhone SE. Apple’s App Store likely to survive two U.S. Bills aimed to change it. We discuss Tom Harrington's Clash of the Optionals and Jesse Squire's interpretation on how to handle non-optionals with Core Data. Apple unveils contactless payments via Tap to Pay on iPhone. We revisit 2048, Threes, Wordle and the endless chain of "rip offs". Apple releases macOS Big Sur and Catalina security updates. Picks: The Smart Guitar Amp & App, Log: Job Application Tracker, open source iOS apps, Hidden Mac tricks, DevToys For macOS, Fire in the Valley, and Using Combine
February 5th, 2022 | 1 hr 33 mins
1password, agilebits, alan kay, app review, app store, apple ii, avengers, bengels, brad cox, bric, buddy build, byte, catching a falling knife, china, cloudkit, cobol, core data icloud, gibson, goodnotes, gridstudio, i won, ios 15.3, kvm, localization, melodics, monterey, objective-c, oop, panam, pcalc, pegasus, positive grid, pregnant man, python, ruby on rails, sidecar, smalltalk, sofi, spark, swift, tiobe, titan, tom love, universal control, unlisted app, unlock with mask, washington commanders, xcode cloud, xerox parc, z80
This week we fact check Project Titan and Buddy Build. The Avengers assemble to invest in 1Password. Apple grabs record China market share. Apple fixes new zero-day exploit. TIOBE Index - jan 2022. Universal Control. App Store Now Supports Unlisted App URLs. iCloud syncing issues are plaguing third-party apps. FaceID to unlock with Masks in iOS 15.4. Picks: i won, A Short History of Objective-C, Byte magazine features SmallTalk, Grid Studio, Melodic and Gibson app.
December 12th, 2021 | 1 hr 25 mins
1 password for families, 1passward early access, 1password for business, 2 factor authentication, 72 summit series, alta vista, art & fear, astra zenica, big nerd ranch, cineplex queensway, delphi, descartes systems, dryden, ecommerce, encryption, eworld, google authenticator, have i been pwned, intel, java, java beans, java one, keychain, linux, lycos, mac, mac tracker, macupdate, microsoft authenticator, ns north, objective-c, password sharing, powerbook g4, raspberry pi, roustem karimov, ruby on rails, rust, safari, safe password, shopify, smart password, smc, snow devil, soviet union, spring framework, steve jobs, swizzle, textmate, tiger, troy hunt, vladislav tretiak, waterloo, windows, worldvision canada, xml, y2k, youtube family
Roustem Karimov, co-founder of Agilebits maker of 1Password, joins Tim to discuss 1Password's development, history, past, present and future. We also discuss how the Soviets won the '72 Summit Series?
Recorded November 23, 2021 in Toronto
September 5th, 2021 | 52 mins 29 secs
ada, alice in wonderland, amsterdam, apple design award, blackbox, burrito, cal poly, canadian shield, eagle’s nest, endless runner, headphone jack, john bolardo, lapel pin, magnetometer, mashable, michael polland, new brunswick, objective-c, open source, san diego, san luis opispo, stanford, swift, three body problem, tip jar
Ryan McLeod stops by to discuss his ADA winning app Blackbox — the official puzzle of the More Than Just Code podcast.
August 21st, 2021 | 47 mins 54 secs
3d graphics, 42, apple, arkit, arthur dent, bbedit, carbon, catalyst, codewarrior, dice, dock, douglas adams, drag thing, ebay, fetch, flint center, floppy, frontier, hitchhiker’s guide, imac, incomparable, infomac, jason snell, jeff minter, kagi, lego galaxy explorer, lidar, mac mac dev, mac os x, mike hurley, objective-c, pcalc, rising tide, steve jobs, swift, swiftui, system 6, terry prachett, think pascal, tidbits, total party kill, wwdc
James Thomson joins us to talk about developing apps for Apple platforms. James is the creator of PCalc - the official calculator app of MTJC, Drag Thing and his latest app Dice by PCalc. James has been successfully writing apps longer than the iMac has been a thing, worked for Apple, had Douglas Adams beta test his apps, and has been a successful indie developer since the early 90's.
June 6th, 2020 | 1 hr 21 mins
We discuss sunk cost in askMTJC. The 2020 Stack Overflow Developer Survey is covered in the follow up along with more than half Apple Stores reopening. Introducing Swift AWS Lambda Runtime. Apple MacOS 10.15.5 Release: MacBook’s Powerful Surprise. The Real Cause of the Sign In with Apple Zero-Day. Picks: dyld_shared_cache_extract_dylibs fail fix, My productivity app is a single .txt file, Modern Fortan Basics.
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