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Follow along as host Saul Mora travels the world to meet and chat with dedicated members of the Cocoa community. Discussions revolved around a wide range of topics every indie developer cares about. Hear stories of how other mac software indies got started. Or catch up on one of the number of Cocoa frameworks and learn how other developers use them in their apps.

Follow along as host Saul Mora travels the world to meet and chat with dedicated members of the Cocoa community. Discussions revolved around a wide range of topics every indie developer cares about. Hear stories of how other mac software indies got started. Or catch up on one of the number of Cocoa frameworks and learn how other developers use them in their apps.
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Follow along as host Saul Mora travels the world to meet and chat with dedicated members of the Cocoa community. Discussions revolved around a wide range of topics every indie developer cares about. Hear stories of how other mac software indies got started. Or catch up on one of the number of Cocoa frameworks and learn how other developers use them in their apps.

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#137: Gordon Fontenot

3/23/2015
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Gordon Fontenot (@gfontenot) is a at Thoughtbot. He has contributed to the Argo JSON parsing library for Swift. In this episode, Saul and Gordon discuss the excellent series of Thoughtbot articles on deriving functional code in Swift. FactoryGirl Efficient JSON in Swift with Functional Concepts and GenericsReal World JSON Parsing with SwiftParsing Embedded JSON and Arrays in SwiftHaskellScalaLearn you a Haskell for Great GoodRxCollectionsLlamaKitArticle on CurryingRunesBind Operator Article

Duration:01:04:22

#136: Orta Therox

3/16/2015
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Orta Therox (@orta) is the Design Dictator of the CocoaPods project and a prominent member of the Open Source Community. In this conversation, we get to hear about CocoaPods, the importance of kindness, and _why you should contribute to open source. Orta's GitHubOrta's Ray Wenderlich profileCocoaPodsCocoaPods Guides and DocumentationCocoaPods Test JamArtsyCocoaPods Under the HoodFunctional SwiftHow to Build the Ultimate Bed FortThe Lucky 10,000_why's Poignant Guide to RubyWhere's _why?

Duration:01:09:44

#135: Michael Tyson

2/16/2015
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Michael Tyson(@MichaelTyson) is the developer of Loopy and Audiobus. He discusses his years roaming Europe in an RV and talks about how he developed an app that has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Michael's Travel BlogMasterpiece Video BlogThe Tonight Show With Jimmy FallonLoopyAudiobusAmazing Audio EngineImogen HeapZoe Keating

Duration:00:34:16

#134: Rob Rix

1/26/2015
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Rob Rix (@rob_rix) is a developer at Github and works on Github for Mac. In this episode, we discuss some of the differences between Object Oriented and Functional Programming and living with Swift. Links Github for MacReactive CocoaNSBrief 81: Justin Spahr-SummersImperative ProgrammingDeclarative ProgrammingMany Types Make Light WorkNSScotland 2014Metroworks PowerplantSimple Made EasyRustCarthage@robrixhttp://github.com/robrix

Duration:01:10:28

#133: WatchKit Hackathon

11/25/2014
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On Sunday November 23, 2014, the world's first Apple Watch hackathon took place at the Hacker Dojo in Mountain View, California. There were many ideas and contest entries. Check this episode out to get an idea of some of the projects people worked on. As I've recently moved to Silicon Valley, I hope to bring more interviews from live events like the WatchKit Hackathon. Links Official Hackathon SiteHappy Watch

Duration:00:46:16

#132: Janie Clayton-Hasz

10/19/2014
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Janie Clayton-Hasz (@redqueencoder) is a newcomer to the iOS scene based in Madison, Wisconson. In this episode, she catches up with Saul at the 360idev conference in Denver to chat about 3d graphics programming. Episode Recorded Live at 360idev Links Ray WenderlichGPUImage Cocoaconf Las VegasAtlanta

Duration:00:32:32

#131: Jay Thrash

9/19/2014
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Jay Thrash (@jaythrash) is a developer at AllScripts working on medical and health related apps before it was cool. In this episode, Jay and I discuss ways to put your View Controllers on a diet. Links Jay's Blog Building Better View ControllersHealthKitKaiser PermanenteHL7SmalltalkLighter View ControllersSRP & iOSUsing IntentionsTriangle CocoaCommand Bus

Duration:00:59:36

#130: Ariel Michaeli

9/8/2014
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Arial Michaeli (@arialmichaeli) is the co-founder and CEO of AppFigures.com, a mobile app store data aggregation service. Live from 360idev 2014, we chat about trends in the iOS, Google and other app stores! Recorded LIVE at 360idev Denver, 2014 Links AppFigures App Figures BlogYoAppWoowoo CommercialThree Wolf Shirt

Duration:00:52:02

#129: Aaron Douglas

9/5/2014
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Aaron Douglas (@astralbodies) is an engineer at Automattic, the company behind Wordpress and the Wordpress iOS application. Saul and Aaron chat about coordinating and contributing an open source project, application architecture and Core Data. This episode was recorded LIVE at 360idev Denver, 2014 Links 360idev Wordpress Wordpress for iOSMagicalRecordFactory GirlCore Data by Tutorials

Duration:00:52:06

#127: Rob Napier

7/31/2014
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Rob Napier (@cocoaphony) is a Mac developer for Dell. In this conversation recorded after a recent Cocoaconf, we talk about Security, what it means for developers and what reasonable precautions you should take to protect your apps. Links iOS: Pushing the LimitCounterfit Money - Secret Service Detection GuideApple TV 3 JailbreakGame Dev TycoonGotofailHeartbleedRNPinnedCertValidatorAgileBits BlogEsellerateTarget Credit Card HackPBKDF2RNCryptorAES EncryptionUsing Receipts to Protect your...

Duration:01:10:51

#126: Ash Furrow

7/7/2014
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Ash Furrow (@ashfurrow) is Saul Mora's Twitter nemesis. In a battle to the death, those two champions of code fight for the future of developers around the World! See who wins in this blow by blow battle between Objective C, the reigning champion, and the newcomer, Swift! Links John Siracusa Copland 2014 We Need to Replace Objective CObjective C is not Easy to LearnWhy Objective C is Hard iOS Developer Need to Know Objective-Cterribleswiftideas.tubmlr.comAsh's Upcoming Book on Swift

Duration:01:04:55

#125 Walter Tyree

6/27/2014
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Walter Tyree (@tyreeapps) is an independent iOS developer. In this episode, we discuss how Walter handles legacy code bases found when going into new client projects. Sponsor Committed for Mac Know what's your code is up to on Github! Links Testing iOS Apps with UI Automation by Jonathan PennFUIawkgrepsedCharlesNSURLProtocolSpark InspectorRevealWorking Effectively with Legacy Code

Duration:01:12:45

#124: Supertop

6/16/2014
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WWDC14 was a great event for Mac and iOS developers. In this episode, we talk to the guys behind the small dev team of Supertop, and we talk about their apps, Tokens and Castro. We also recap some of the week's events. Show Notes CastroTokens

Duration:00:53:55

#123: NSConference 6

6/14/2014
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NSConference was held from March 17-19 in Leicester, England. Saul attended this international gathering of independent iOS and Mac developers and was able to talk a few of the speakers and attendees about some of the highlights of the show.

Duration:02:18:23

#122: Marcus Zarra

5/28/2014
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Marcus Zarra (@mzarra) is the Legal and Financial director at Martian Craft. He has written a book on Core Data and contributes regularly to Stackoverflow.com answering developer's Core Data questions. In this interview, I caught up with Marcus at NSConference 6 in Leicester, England to discuss his fairly controversial talk on no using 3rd party frameworks and libraries.

Duration:01:00:55

#121: Paul Hadad

4/1/2014
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Paul Hadad (@tapbot_paul) is the engineering half of Tapbots. In this episode, we talk about how Paul writes apps. Tapbots WeightbotTweetbotPastebotEnterprise Objects FrameworkDebug Episode 2 Audio Mastered by Jonathan Penn of the Rubber City Wizards

Duration:01:14:13

#120: Charles Perry

3/4/2014
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Charles Perry (@dazeend) is the founder of Metakite Software. In this episode, we talk about the perils of running your own business and the importance of adding accessibility in your apps. Links Release NotesJonathan RhyneStravaUIAccessibility122 iOS AccessibilityAsteroidsMissile Command Audio Mastered by Jonathan Penn of the Rubber City Wizards

Duration:01:05:04

#119: Krzysztof Zablocki

2/13/2014
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Kyzystof Zablocki (@merowing_) works with Lextech Global Services and on new products at Pixle. He is also the author of the popular app, Foldify. In this episode we talk about code and fitness. Links BlocksKitQBASICCrafterXcodeProject gemRestKitMantleKZPropertyMapperNSSpainAppCodeMyFitnessPalFitbitWithingsStrong LiftsIceCream Fitness Audio Mastered By Jonathan Penn, a Rubber City Wizard

Duration:01:32:12

#118: Conrad Stoll

2/9/2014
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Conrad Stoll (@conradstoll) is a developer at Mutual Mobile. In this episode, we talk about some of the new bits in iOS7 and developing with the M7 chip in mind. Mutual MobileRuntime AppRunKeeperMapMyRunCoreMotion APIMacPlus connected to the InternetCustom View Controller Transitionsobjc.ioCanvasPod Audio Mastered by Rubber City Wizard, Jonathan Penn

Duration:01:00:59

#117: Matt Matteson

1/20/2014
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Matt Matteson (@mattmatt) was the first employee at Path and is currently working on Lift. In this episode, we talk a bit about his adventures in the Silicon Valley startup culture. Sponsor Rubber City Wizards Game Development Training Do you have an idea for a game, but aren't sure how to get it out of your head, and into code? Then you want be sure not to miss the 2D iOS Game Training class by the Rubber City Wizards. Two out of Three wizards have previously been a guest on...

Duration:01:17:00