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Two weeks since my previous episode. I had my reasons. My family and I went on a trip visiting family in Luxemburg. We slept over monday till friday and I was just not able to record an episode.
Of those two weeks the first one was quite warm in the Netherlands. We actually had the first heatwave in the Netherlands this year. year. Nothing too terrible temperature wise, but the related drought is no fun. Again not as bad as other parts of the world, but it is noticable everywhere you go. Also, upstairs, where I record my podcast episodes is not a fun place to be with these temperatures.
As mentioned, the second week was family time, which was a really fun time. I got to spend the entire week with my family with dedicated attention without having work in he back of my mind too much.
Not thinking about work is hard right now. Only a few days from now I am travelling to Denver to visit 360iDev. I still want to do a lot of checks on my slides and presentation. I am going to be representing Stream there, so… No pressure, right?
Considering my travel plans for the next week, I am unsure how/when I will be able to do episode 89. I actually might do something with my DJI Mic while I am in the US. It sounds like a great opportunity to do some fun recordings that are immediatly usable for my podcast. Who knows. Keep an eye on my feed and you will not miss a thing.

This week’s articles.
Implementing a main thread watchdog on iOS · Jesse SquiresLenses and prisms in Swift - The.Swift.Dev.The easiest way to manage multiple Xcodes - Testable 🍏Shared with You implementation and testing explained - SwiftLeeMastering grid layout in SwiftUI | Swift with MajidCheat sheet on VoiceOver gestures for iOSImplementing Password AutoFill for an iOS applicationSwift.org - Server Guides Now on Swift.orgFaster StoreKit testing by syncing in-app purchase productsiOSConf

CocoaHeadsNL Meetups
RunwayPut your mobile releases on autopilot and keep the whole team in sync throughout. More info on runway.team
Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.
Support the showPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.
Send me feedback on SpeakPipe
Or contact me through twitter or Mastodon: @appforce1@mastodon.cloud

Buy me a Coffee or become a member of my podcast.

My book: Being a Lead Software Developer

Two weeks since my previous episode. I had my reasons. My family and I went on a trip visiting family in Luxemburg. We slept over monday till friday and I was just not able to record an episode.
Of those two weeks the first one was quite warm in the Netherlands. We actually had the first heatwave in the Netherlands this year. year. Nothing too terrible temperature wise, but the related drought is no fun. Again not as bad as other parts of the world, but it is noticable everywhere you go. Also, upstairs, where I record my podcast episodes is not a fun place to be with these temperatures.
As mentioned, the second week was family time, which was a really fun time. I got to spend the entire week with my family with dedicated attention without having work in he back of my mind too much.
Not thinking about work is hard right now. Only a few days from now I am travelling to Denver to visit 360iDev. I still want to do a lot of checks on my slides and presentation. I am going to be representing Stream there, so… No pressure, right?
Considering my travel plans for the next week, I am unsure how/when I will be able to do episode 89. I actually might do something with my DJI Mic while I am in the US. It sounds like a great opportunity to do some fun recordings that are immediatly usable for my podcast. Who knows. Keep an eye on my feed and you will not miss a thing.

This week’s articles.
Implementing a main thread watchdog on iOS · Jesse SquiresLenses and prisms in Swift - The.Swift.Dev.The easiest way to manage multiple Xcodes - Testable 🍏Shared with You implementation and testing explained - SwiftLeeMastering grid layout in SwiftUI | Swift with MajidCheat sheet on VoiceOver gestures for iOSImplementing Password AutoFill for an iOS applicationSwift.org - Server Guides Now on Swift.orgFaster StoreKit testing by syncing in-app purchase productsiOSConf

CocoaHeadsNL Meetups
RunwayPut your mobile releases on autopilot and keep the whole team in sync throughout. More info on runway.team
Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.
Support the showPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.
Send me feedback on SpeakPipe
Or contact me through twitter or Mastodon: @appforce1@mastodon.cloud

Buy me a Coffee or become a member of my podcast.

My book: Being a Lead Software Developer

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