June 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
@state, apfs, app camp for girls, asr, baseball, becky hansmeyer, bindableobject, blackhawks, catalina, combine, cyber attack, didset, disk doubler, dithering, fireballed, firmlinks, global++, gord downey, hacking with swift, hfs, hfs disk maker, hockey, ios 13, ipados, iphone xr, iphone xs, ismodalinpresentation, jaime newberry, japan display, kilo loco, ladiesatwwdc, large titles, lea marlot, live preview, mac pro, marcel dionne, mini vmac, mojave, multiple windows, multitasking, niantic, noise app, passthroughobject, paul hudson, photoshop 1.0, podcast studio, pokemon, power mac 6100/66, project catalyst, read only, reqres.in, sapphire display, snapshot, split view, st. catharines, subscriptions, swift 5.1, talking moose, textfield, the tragically hip, twitter, twostraws, uiviewpropertyanimator, vector, watchos 6, wayne gretzky, wwdc, wwdcgirls, xcode, xcode beta 2
We fact check on a WWDC wish list by Becky Hansmeyer. The #askMTJC covers getting Live Preview on Catalina, iPadOS as a unique operating system, and real-time follow up on an AR Mac Pro on your desk. Twitter is bringing back its Mac desktop app. What's New In Swift 5.1. Niantic sues Global++ developers over hacked versions of its games. What's New in Apple File Systems from #WWDC19. Apple looks willing to help struggling iPhone-display maker. Apple now tells you if an app you're deleting has a subscription still active. View Controller Presentation Changes in iOS 13. Incorporating SwiftUI's Principles in All Your Code. Women In Swift. Picks — ReqRes.in and SwiftUI Tutorial: Build an ordering app with Forms, Pickers, and URLSession. What Does a Cyber Attack in Real Life? watchOS6 Noise app comparison with a decibel meter.
May 25th, 2019 | 45 mins 26 secs
5ge, 8-core, amazon prime air, android, aosp, apple park, arm, at&t, aws, becky hansmeyer, ben sandofsky, black smearing, boycott apple, chatrbox, china, dark mode, dev interviews in a nutshell, ecg, ekg, enhanced butterfly keyboard, entity list, federico viticci, health canada, huawei, instagram, interface builder, ipad, iphone 4, learning swift, mac pro, macbook pro 15, macworld expo, mifi, musclebooks, oled, opaque return types, ordered collection diffing, p3 color gamut, photoshop for the ipad, power beats pro, sandbox, soroush khanlou, swift 5.1, t2, taiwan, tsmc, twitter, unwrap, watchos 5.2.1, wwdc, wwdc quiz, xcode
We fact check on Apple Park and WWDC hardware. AT&T's 5Ge makes an appearance. ‘Boycott Apple’ movement gains new traction. Google suspends some business with Huawei. ARM memo tells staff to stop working with Huawei. Apple Watch ECG gets cleared in Canada. Seven Years of iPad as Computer. Instagram Influencers scraped & exposed. Facebook iOS job acceptance down to 50%. "Software developer interviews, in a nutshell..." blows up. Apple updates 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros with enhanced butterfly keyboard. A WWDC Dev Wishlist. What’s New in Swift 5.1. Picks: Design a Dark Them for OLED iPhones, Take the Hacking with Swift WWDC19 Quiz. Unwrap Learn coding today. After Show: Our Quiz results (spoiler free)
December 8th, 2018 | 1 hr 13 mins
5g, after dark, air pods, apple, at&t, bandgeek, bath & beyond, bed, behaviors, chanukah, chopin, cocktail party effect, dark castle, dr who, echo, entrepreneurs, esim, federico viticci, florida, flying toasters, freddy mercury, github, google home hub, hawaii, home bridge, home pod, homekit, joe cieplinski, jordan morgan, kansas, luna display, marc martel, miami, myopia, new england patriots, openurl(:_), partitioning, philip shoemaker, please don’t touch, qi, qualcomm, queen, rene richie, seattle, settings, siri, siri shortcuts, steve hackett, steve walsh, system 6.0.8, washinton dc, wendies, wireless charging, workflow, wwdc, xcode, xmas, ḥanukah
We discuss using Siri to access application settings in our #askMTJC. We fact check on Indian Partitioning dates. We follow up on Apple Music arriving on Amazon’s Echo, Apple vs Qualcomm trial date set, 5G iPhone maybe as late as 2020, wireless charging for AirPods and AT&T first to support eSim. We discuss changing laws with GitHub pull requests. Apple's program for women entrepreneur developers. Siri Shortcuts Not Working for many people. Real-time text support for Wi-Fi calling. Touch ID used in app scams to bilk users. Picks: Xcode Short Cuts, Run macOS on iPad, Play Retro Dark Castle on iPad with System 6.0.8, Optimizing Siri on HomePod in Far‑Field Settings
August 11th, 2018 | 1 hr 30 mins
2 for life media, 360idev, albuquerque, android 9 pie, android x, app advice, atlanta, bbedit, bitmoji, black box, bricolage, cahier, carbon paper, carvell, cherry pie, cinemagraph pro, code review, concurrency, diane hall, ditto, dunk line, duo tang, erodr, evite, felix krausse, fireside, flixel, framingham, hella, ibm selectric, indiepocalypse, integrated circuits, iphone xi, joe cieplinski, labor day, learn swift, lisa brennan jobs, littleton colorado, mac os x beta, magic crayons, mimeograph, moveable type, offerup, optical lithography, pc optium, perl, photo resist, pi day countdown, pokertini, prime now, race to the bottom, ray wenderlich, reamde, relive, roundabout creative chaos, ryan mcloed, skin in the game, smalltalk, smapsoft, square ipad, stuxnet, sunday edition, superman ice creme, system 7, the other app store, touch bar, tsmc, voices that matter, wafers, wannacry, warrant, whatsapp, wordpress, xcode, you smell like a toilet, zoom.us
It's our 4th anniversary and we follow up on the Touch Bar tricks and old developer CDs. A larger iPhone X size is rumored. CBC's audio piece on Shipocalypse covers how shipping has changed. Android 9 gets named Pie. iOS 12 also may indicate an iPad with a rounded cornered display. We discuss the Apps of the World infographic. Steve Jobs final 5 words for Lisa. WannaCry worm attacks Apple Supplier. Picks: Xcode-install, Away Mode skill for Amazon Alexa, DarkCode, Extending UIActivityViewController, Elastic Tabstops
May 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 22 mins
1password, a12 processor, acoustic coupler, alibaba, amazon, amd, android wear, angstrom, app: the human story, apple key, apple music, apple park, apple watch, assistant editor, astropad, berkley, brent simmonds, buddy build, charcoal, chris wagner, clifford stoll, cmd shift j, cobra kai, command key, conte, ctrl opt g, cube, dark matter, de enza, firefly, foundation, gdpr, google, home pod, homestead, infinity loop, intel, interpol, jonathan kuehlein, kim alberg, laurel, microns, modem, montage, motorola, nanometer, omni, option click, paper by 53, pencil, podcast, project navigator, quartz, river, rwdevcon, saskatchewan, serenity, siemens, skytrain, southpark, space channel, standard editor, starlost, stuxnet, susan kare, symantec, t shirts, tacow, test backed development, the expanse, topology eyewear, tulip, usatoday, wolfe, workflow, wwdc, xcode, youtube red
This week we follow up on MTJC 2018 T-Shirts and the origins of Apple's Command Key. We also follow up on the Apple Store founders, Apple's GDPR profile downloads, Apple Watch usage and Apple's self driving cars. We discuss the Home Pod sales numbers, erroneous new Siri features, and a sophisticate worm virus and one of the first Internet hackers. We also chat about Apple's own podcasts and their use of original illustrations on the App Store. Picks: A handy Xcode keyboard shortcut to the Assistant Editor and App: the Human Story, Developing UIViews in Xcode Playgrounds and 1Password 7.
April 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 29 mins
(product)red®, 32-bit, 400, 401, algorithm github, algorithms, amazon music, apple music, audrey tam, bell curve video, black jeopardy, blackberry, coreml, data structures, developer shaming, dr doom, early adopters, echo, flip phones, google home, homepod, hot rods, house of strombo, ibm watson, interstate, iphone 8, i’m a teapot, mac pro, maple leafs, multi core mac pro, multi-core, nbc, pandora, reagan airport, road apple, simon sineck, spotify, start with why, tweetbot, twitter, twitterific, watch series 2, webdav, welcome to leopard, xcode, youtube, zuckerberg
This week we follow up on Youtube changes, IBM Watson and CoreML, 3rd party Twitter apps. We discuss Xcode compilation on mutli-core Mac Pros. The Home Pod has a sluggish start in sales. Apple reveals the (Product)RED® iPhone 8. Apple Music has 40 million users and a new boss. We follow up on HTTP 400 error codes. We discuss Apple upcoming purge of 32-bit macOS apps, reliving Windows File manager and the RWDevCon 2018's post mortem. Picks: Understanding Git Version Control and Learn how to Use it in Xcode 9, Xcode TDD keyboard short cuts, App Store insights. Aftershow: Facebook testimony.
January 13th, 2018 | 51 mins 56 secs
air bus, bartender, battery, boeing, bombardier, christina warren, citizenship, concord, high sierra, indexing, mac, macos, panic, silicon valley, tj miller, transmit, xcode
This week we follow up on the High Sierra Security update and Panic's Transmit for iOS. We also discuss a false alarm on the High Sierra update causing slow downs. We also discuss fixing Xcode Indexing with a unique solution. Apple will hand off iCloud in China to a 3rd party to manage. There is yet another macOS password bug, although not as bad as the last. Picks: How to Fix a Mac that Won't Turn On or Start Up, Silicon Valley Season 5
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.
July 22nd, 2017 | 1 hr 6 mins
1password, 1password membership, agilebits, breakpoints, dr who, idris alba, iphone 8, itunes connect, james bond, jodi whittaker, journal, machine learning, xcode
This week we follow up on 1Password Memberships and updates, as well as even more iPhone 8 rumors. We discuss Apple's addition of a customer support delegate in iTunes Connect. We look at cracking the code in Apple's Gift Cards and Apple's new Machine Learning Journal blog. Picks: Another Xcode 9 gem: The Simulator now comes with a Share extension to transfer URLs, Files, Locations, etc. and more User Breakpoints in Xcode
June 3rd, 2017 | 1 hr 42 mins
amazon, cortana, debugging, drag-and-drop, erica sadun, holographic cortana, iboutlet, kotlin, not-hotdog, optional, readdle, repl, security patch, uidebugginginformationoverlay, uikonf, wannacry, wannacrypt, windows 98, wwdc 2017, xcode
This week we follow up on Microsoft's Windows 98 Security Patch and Dash for iOS is back. We also discuss "To Optional or Not to Optional: IBOutlet". We round up the follow up with Erica Sadun's look at Kotlin in Xcode. We discuss the hidden debugging tool UIDebuggingInformationOverlay, Readdle’s new drag-and-drop feature and Amazon's shoppable stickers. We then peer into the crystal ball and take a guess at what will be revealed at WWDC 2017. Picks: Why Kiotlin is Better Than Whatever Dumb Language You Are Using, A working concept of a holographic Cortana assistant, UIKonf videos and Not-Hotdog.