Design, development, and business; these guys do it all. Ben Trengrove and Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly are two iOS developers who work on everything from games to client projects, sharing techniques and best practices for creating stunning mobile applications.
98: File > New > Project…
It’s the final episode of Mobile Couch, so Jake MacMullin returns to the couch, and they discuss how they got started as developers, as well as how they feel about starting new projects.
Ben takes Jelly on a journey through his favourite points from the book Pragmatic Programming: From Journeyman to Master, which details points that you’ll want to learn if you want to be a better developer. Along the way they discuss everything from philosophy to buying dishwashers, and maybe even a little actual code here and there.
96: Why Are Manhole Covers Round?
Jelly recounts his experience with interviewing for a developer position within a big tech company. He and Ben reveal a little insight into what the process is like, what you should know going in, and what you can take from the process to apply to the interviews at your own company.
95: Quickly Close It Again
Ben and Jelly run through a quick and dirty primary of Git, one of the most popular version control systems around today. Starting from the very basics, they run through all the things you need to know to use it in your day to day work, why you should be using some method of version control, and the clients they use to make things nice and easy to manage.
94: Smells Like a Duck
Once again, the Apple developer community has been host to scandal! Not a pair to leave this opportunity behind, Ben and Jelly discuss how developers can learn from this, looking at the mistakes that were made, how to avoid them, and what you need to remember when things go bad.
93: Expanding Your Mind, Man
With Ben in London, Casey Liss rejoins Jelly on the couch to talk about leaving .Net behind for a career in the Apple ecosystem, his experience with RxSwift, and wrapping your brain around new things. Meanwhile, Jelly reflects on his recent GIFwrapped update and his approach when migrating it from Objective-C to Swift.
Its like ATP but with local Australian references.
Intelligent and thoughtful from people who know their stuff. All too often being a dev can be a lonely business; this insight into the tools, techniques and experiences of others is invaluable. Audio is well produced and very listenable too.
Needs more couch
It's one of the more practical podcasts i listen to. Its especially entertaining with all of the local (australian) references.