A podcast about iOS Development from three iOS Developers based in Cincinnati, OH
151: WWDC Recap
In this episode, the guys return from hiatus to break down WWDC from a developers standpoint. No cheese graters were harmed or joked about in the making of this episode.
Alex Robinson's iOS Project Template: https://github.com/atomicrobot/Carbon-iOS
WWDC Videos: https://developer.apple.com/videos/wwdc2019
150: 20/20 Finger Yoga
New hardware and new versions of iOS were released so its time for our annual N-1 WWDC recap.
149: Sell the Pitchforks to the Miners
The guys talk about the latest betas, production issues, and the Mac mini, and gambling apps.
148: Alex in trouble
147: Illegitimate Developer
The guys talk about the new Macbook Pros, the latest betas, and source control/pull request management. Then for fun, they discuss various coding conventions.
146: Eyes Wide Open
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UPDATED - Nice developer podcast with some code discussion
I listen to a bunch of developer podcasts which surprisingly don’t talk much in the way of code. This one has an iOS focus and they cover some interesting topics. Check out the local storage episode to hear a bit of this. Three guys from Cincy chatting tech. You should give it a try.
Show continues to get better and still on my list of top listens for podcasts that talk code for iOS.
I found this podcast through an online recommendation for iOS podcasts.
Maybe I'm spoiled, but I'm simply not a fan of the fluency of the hosts. There's lots of dead air, pauses, stutters, audio inconsistency, and low-volume speaking. This, combined with the meandering banter, makes it very difficult to follow the conversation unless you're very actively listening. In my opinion, I shouldn't have to work to get the primary information. It seems like missing one exchange in these conversations can leave you behind and confused where they're going.
Excellent developer podcast
If you're an iOS developer you'll love this podcast! I've learned quite a bit about topics I thought I understood and even more about new topics that I haven't investigated yet. Their discussions help me see different approaches to designing and coding my apps.
I've gone back and downloaded dozens of past episodes. I can almost always find some type of discussion about a coding issue I'm facing at that very moment.
Thanks guys and keep up the good work!