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The iOS Development Podcast




iPS 267: In Defense of Core Data with Donny Wals

Sponsors Sentry– use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Panel Andrew Madsen Jaim Zuber Michael Holt Joined by Special Guest: Donny Wals Summary Donny Wals joins the panel to discuss his most recent talk at Try!Swift in Tokyo. The panel starts by discussing the most common complaints about Core Data. Donny shares how the changes made in iOS 10 and past updates solve these complaints. The panel discusses migration and how it has changed, making it...


iPS 266: The Devchat.tv Mission and Journey with Charles Max Wood

Sponsors SentryCacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Episode Summary Charles talks about his journey as a podcaster and his mission with Devchat.tv. Devchat.tv  is designed to home podcasts that speak to all developer communities. Charles also plans Devchat.tv to host shows for technologies that are on the verge of a breakthrough and will be a lot more widely available in the near future such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented...


iPS 265: Make UIControl More Swifty with Dusan Tadic

Sponsors Sentry– use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Panel Andrew Madsen Jaim Zuber Michael Holt Joined by Special Guest: Dušan Tadić Summary Dušan Tadić joins the panel to discuss his recent blog post “Make UIControl More Swifty”. Dušan explains why he made it more swifty and what made him decide to improve it. The panel gets to know Dušan; he shares what it’s like working in Germany, what it's like being the only IOS developer in his company...


iPS 264: Pitching to Swift with Igor Kulman

Sponsors Sentry– use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Panel Michael Holt Andrew Madsen Joined by Special Guest: Igor Kulman Summary Igor Kulman shares his experience pitching to the Swift evolution process and submitting a proposal. The panel discusses his pitches and his options going forward. Igor explains why he pitched a change to the standard library instead of creating his open source libraries. The panel encourages developers to contribute...


iPS 263: Swift and AWS Lambda with Jason Zurita

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small CacheFly Panel Jaim Zuber Micheal Holt Joined by Special Guest: Jason Zurita Summary Jason Zurita joins the panel to discuss his recent blog post about websites using SwiftUI and AWS Lambda. Jason explains what SwiftUI and AWS Lambda are and how to write server code for serverless sites. The panel asks Jason about writing backend code and using Docker. The other server-side options for SwiftUI are considered....


iPS 262: Tying Things Together with Paul Samuels

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry’s small plan CacheFly Panel Jaim Zuber Michael Holt Joined by Special Guest: Paul Samuels Summary Paul Samuels joins the panel in discussing his recent blog post. He shares the takeaways from the blog post. The panel discusses the problems that prompted Paul to write this post and how these tools fix these problems. Paul gives examples of how to organize your code. The panel discusses the possible restrictions and...


iPS 261: I Failed 39 Interviews with Hassan El Desouky

Sponsors Sentry use code “devchat” for 2 months free Panel Jaim Zuber Joined by Special Guest: Hassan El Desouky Episode Summary Hassan el Desouky is a computer science student from Egypt, his dream is to join a big company like Google, Apple, or Facebook. He talks about his experience applying for the big tech companies in his article How I Failed 39 Interviews and What I’ve Learned. Hassan talks about some of the difficulties faced by people from overseas applying for the big...


iPS 260: Advanced Debugging and Reverse Engineering with Derek Selander

Sponsors SentryCacheFly Panel Joined by Special Guest: Derek Selander Summary Derek Selander introduces himself and how he got started. The panel discusses debugging strategies and debugging with LLDB. The discussion moves to Hopper and using it to see what the UIKit is doing. Assembly Language differences between Swift and Objective and the effect on ABI stability are considered. The panel endorses Derek’s book as a great resource for developers. Derek shares how having this knowledge...


iPS 259: ARKit with Mohammad Azam

Sponsors Sentry CacheFly Panel: Special Guest: Mohammad Azam Episode Summary In this episode of iPhreaks, the panel hosts Mohammad Azam, a Full Stack Immersive Web Instructor at DigitalCrafts and a Udemy instructor. Mohammad talks about ARKit: how it works, its features, its benefits and which industries will possibly benefit from this augmented reality framework. They talk about what actions Apple takes to help developers feel more comfortable with 3D development. They also briefly...


iPS 258: Learning Objective-C as a Swift Developer with Abbey Jackson

Sponsors Sentry CacheFly Panel: Special Guest: Abbey Jackson Episode Summary In this episode of iPhreaks, panel hosts Abbey Jackson, a senior software engineer at Mastercard fraud detection from Vancouver, Canada. Abbey was a part time nanny before she became a developer. Her journey as a developer started when she decided to attend an 8-week Swift boot camp. Within 3 years of the boot camp she started working at Mastercard as a senior developer. Although Abbey currently develops using...


iPS 254: iSH with Theodore Dubois

Panelists: Guest: Theodore Dubois Links: Guilherme Rambo https://github.com/aahung/Unshaky Erica Sadun https://techkeys.us/products/onekeyboardhow-to-fix-blurry-fonts-on-macos-mojave-with-subpixel-antialiasing/https://i.imgur.com/GLzUBHf.jpghttps://i.imgur.com/XzOeXLe.jpg


iPS 253: We're Back!

Sponsors CacheFly Panel Epidose Summary iPhreaks is back after a break. In this episode of the iPhreaks, the panel gives an update on what they have been working on while the show was on break and what they plan for the show for the upcoming year. The panel is booking guests for the upcoming shows and can be contacted for suggestions for a topic ideas and guests. Links: iPhreaks Podcast (@iphreaks) | TwitterDevChat.tv Facebook Picks: Guilherme Rambo: https://www.apple.com/ipad-pro/...


iPS 252: Siri in iOS 12 with Gui

Panel: Special Guest: Paul Hudson In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist speaks with, their very own, Gui Rambo. Gui shares information about the new features with Siri in iOS 12. Gui talks about the extended integration of Siri with other apps in iOS. The panel continues to discuss the further contextual suggestions of Siri, as well as the customizable features and extensions with Siri. Lastly, Gui talks about a new app, the Shortcuts App, that may make an appearance in iOS 12. This is...


iPS 251: XcodeGen and other Swift Tools with Yonas Kolb

Panel: Jaim Zuber Special Guest: Yonas Kolb In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talks to Yonas Kolb about XcodeGen and other Swift tools. Yonas works on a number of open source projects that Jaim has been working with recently, notably XcodeGen, Mint, and Beak. They talk about what each of these open source tools are and do, use cases for XcodeGen, and the benefits of checking in VS not checking in. They also touch on obscure things you can do with XcodeGen, how he started the project,...


iPS 250: iOS Architecture at Scale with Parveen Kaler

Panel: In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talks to Parveen Kaler about iOS architecture at scale. Parveen has been doing mobile development, specifically iOS development, for almost 10 years now, and he previously used to work in the video games industry. They talk about the difference between scale when it comes to dollars and revenue, the pull request process, and what good architecture at scale is. They also touch on creating uniform views, object mappers, and more! In particular,...


iPS 249: RxSwift with Shai Mishali

Panel: Special Guest: Shai Mishali In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talks to Shai Mishali about RxSwift. Shai is an iOS engineer who started his career as a backend engineer. Currently, he is in charge of the Tim Horton’s iOS app, and in his free time he does a lot of open source, specifically within the RxSwift community. They talk about how he got into programming, the difference between React and RxSwift, and they explain ReactiveX. They also touch on the downsides of Rx, how...


iPS 248: Bugsee with Alex Fishman

Panel: Andrew Madsen Special Guest: Alex Fishman In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talks to Alex Fishman about Bugsee. Alex the founder and CEO of Bugsee, which is a bug and crash reporting tool for mobile apps. Before going into the startup scene, he spent 16 years working in the digital camera space before the iPhone took over. They talk about what Bugsee is and how it works, how Bugsee protects privacy, other use cases for Bugsee, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep...