March 14th, 2020 | 1 hr 44 mins
aaron douglas, adobe connect, agnes, alt conf, alta vista, app store, ask jeeves, astropad, bell curve, blood oxygen, bmw, byte conf, carbon computing, ces, clorox, composable, conference call bingo, covid-19, craig ferguson, decorative, digital printed, don river, e3, ekg, electronic expo, fda, fitbit, foodora, forged in fire, gang of four, gaussian curve, google, grateful dead, ios 14, ipad, ipad air, iphone 4, it crowd, java, john wetton, kewl, lauren moon, lego maters, lycos, macbook pro, march break, microsoft developer, mit, mtv, mute, new rochelle, peopleware, peter capaldi, philadelphia, programmer, push notifications, quartet, raptors, reality tv, riddiculousness, rita wilson, riverdale, russian nesting dolls, santa clara county, sap concur, scott forestall, slack, sopranos, spam, spanish flu, st louis, staff pad, steve jobs, symphony pro, t-pain, tachymeter, the mast singer, tom hanks, tomomi imura, trello, watchos 6, wfh, whiteboard, who, who doctor, will arnett, wishbone ash, world war z, wwdc, yahoo
We follow up on home delivery of Apple products, music scoring apps, and Byte Conf online conference. In reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic Apple tells employees to work from home, tells consumers that they can disinfect their iPhones, Microsoft launches and online conference, and we discuss how cancelling events and self-quarantines save lives, by flattening the curve.Apple will fix third-generation iPad Air screens that permanently go black. Apple Watches may soon detect blood oxygen levels. Apple Watch Series 6 and watchOS 7 to include 'Infograph Pro' with tachymeter, Schooltime and kids mode, sleep tracking and more. Apple has updated App Store Review Guidelines on spam, Push Notifications, App Store Reviews and MDM Apps. Composable Decorators vs. Imperative Utility Methods. Whaddaya Mean, You Can’t Find Programmers? Picks: Doodles-as-A-Service Repo, The Best Advice For Remote Work Success From 10 Global Teams.
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August 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 3 mins
10.13.6, 102.1 fm, 10cc, 360idev, alan cross, alanis morrisette, alberquerque, app camp for girls, atlassian, avril lavigne, benzine ring, big nerd ranch, breaking bad, brian eno, buckethead, castle rock, cfny, chris martin, coldplay, confluence, daylight saving time, debbie sterling, dep, down by the river, emma barlow, g suite, goldie blocks, google, hatch chilies, inxs, irc, jesse chartier, jesse hirsh, jira, killing eve, max born, music for airports, mythical man month, netboot, netinstall, neuroplastcity, nuno bettencourt, objective-c, oblique strategies, olivia newton john, rickenbacker, sandra oh, shawn marsten, shawshank, sip, slack, slug, steve vai, t2, tacow, take me to the river, tla, trello, trusted advisor, web and app activity, world war 1
This week we discuss RSUs vs stock options as well as why developers become frustrated. Google tracking continues even after users turn off location tracking. We discuss deploying new MacBook Pros in the enterprise and a hack uncovered that exploits a DEP mac before a user first logs in. Pick: Ongoing History Of New Music Podcast