Debug is a conversational interview show about developing software and services, primarily for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and gaming. Hosted by Guy English and Rene Ritchie, it's all the great talk you get at the bar after the conference, wrapped up in convenient podcast form. Pull up a chair, hit play, join us.
83: Linda Dong & Lia Napolitano on prototyping experience
Formerly on the Apple design prototype team that brought us, among other things, the Pencil, and the Siri experience team that put voices in our cars and televisions, Linda Dong and Lia Napolitano join Guy and Rene in a chat recorded right after WWDC 2016 in June… but saved as a special holiday gift for us all now. Grab a beverage and hit play!
82: Ashley Nelson-Hornstein on what's next
Ashley Nelson-Hornstein, formerly of Apple and Dropbox, joins Guy and Rene to talk about making everything more accessible, going independent, and what happens next.
81: Melton & Ganatra episode V: Transitions
Don Melton, former Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, and Nitin Ganatra, former Director of iOS Apps at Apple, talk to Guy and Rene about handling transitions, taking Mozilla open-source, going to OS X, going to Intel, going to iOS, and saying "no".
80: Jaimee Newberry and corporate culture
Jaimee Newberry returns to talk corporate culture with Guy and Rene. How to you set it from the start, how to rebuild it over time. How do you make sure it’s healthy. You know, the easy stuff!
79: John Poole of Geekbench
John Poole of Geekbench joins Guy and Rene to talk how he got started, that Apple A9 thing, the state of the silicon, and what's coming next.
78: Jaimee Newberry's journey
Jaimee Newberry — @jaimeejaimee — joins Guy and Rene to talk about how she got started in tech, her career in graphics, consulting for teams, and her new roll as COO of Martian Craft.
I subscribed to this podcast after it getting a cross-mention in the, IIRC iterate podcast, and have been hooked since then. The content is excellent, and the guests are the best part of it, most of them have very interesting stories, and some wonderful insight into the industry. A must add to the list if you're a fan of podcasts like Hanselminutes and This Developer's Life