The CocoaConf Podcast

The Professional Development Podcast
for iOS and OS X Developers

The CocoaConf Podcast features members of the iOS and OS X community offering tips, insight, facts, and opinions for other iOS and OS X developers. You’ll recognize many of the voices from the popular CocoaConf conference series.

Available on iTunes.


March 2, 2016

Episode 17: Daniel Jalkut

Working From Home


 

Show Notes

Cesare talks to Daniel Jalkut about working from home and striking the balance between inspiration and discipline. During the conversation, the two get thirsty, and head out for a beer. That’s when the dialogue becomes more intimate.

Josh Smith recommended The Algorithm Design Manual.

Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences.

Chris blogs at [Time code];.

Conferences he mentioned are:

Hosted by Cesare Rocchi

February 1, 2016

Brent Simmons

Life before the App Store


 

Show Notes

Cesare squeezes Brent's memory about the life of a developer before the advent of the App Store. During the conversation, the two get thirsty, and head out for a beer, and the dialogue becomes more intimate.

Josh has an interesting suggestion about a magazine that will make you feel retro and Chris has a nice list of upcoming conferences.

Episode links:

  • NetNewsWire
  • Brent's blog
  • Project Builder
  • Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences.

    Chris blogs at [Time code];.

    Conferences he mentioned are:

    Josh Smith recommended The Mag Pi.

    Hosted by Cesare Rocchi

    November 4, 2015

    Episode 15: Chris Adamson on Apple TV and teaching iOS


     

    Show Notes

    Chris Adamson on Apple TV and teaching iOS

    Chris Adamson is a longtime developer, author, teacher and conference presenter. Chris blogs at [Time code];.

    Cesare Rochi on Open Source

    Cesare on Twitter: http://twitter.com/_funkyboy

    Josh Smith on Books

    Josh recommended NeuroTribes, by Steve Silberman. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/neurotribes/id892867916?mt=11

    The theme is performed by James Dempsey

    jamesdempsey.net

    Daniel Steinberg is your host

    His latest book is "A Swift Kickstart".

    September 3, 2015

    Episode 14: Manton Reece


     

    Show Notes

    Manton Reece on going Indie

    Manton Reece runs Riverfold Software and is the cohost of the Core Intuition podcast.

    Some of his recent blog posts include:

    Links to the “two weeks notice” blog post series:

    http://www.manton.org/tag/2weeks

    And all of the microblog posts:

    http://www.manton.org/category/micro

    Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences

    Chris blogs at [Time code];.

    Conferences he mentioned are:

    Cesare Rochi on Open Source

    Cesare on Twitter: _funkyboy

    Josh Smith on Books

    Josh recommended Change by Design by Tim Brown.

    The theme is performed by James Dempsey

    jamesdempsey.net

    Daniel Steinberg is your host

    His latest book is "A Swift Kickstart".

    July 29, 2015

    Episode 13: Marcus Zarra on Core Data

    Putting the user first


     

    Show Notes

    Marcus Zarra on Core Data

    Check out Marcus' blog post on his Core Data architecture on the Martian Craft blog at martiancraft.com/blog/2015/03/core-data-stack/.

    Chris Adamson with upcoming conferences

    Chris blogs at [Time code];.

    Conferences he mentioned are:

    Josh Smith's Book Reviews

    Josh Smith recommended How to Wreck a Nice Beach: The Vocoder from World War II to Hip-Hop, The Machine Speaks (Dave Tompkins).

    Cesare Rocchi on Open Source

    The theme is performed by James Dempsey and the Breakpoints

  • jamesdempsey.net
  • Daniel Steinberg is your host

    His latest book is "A Swift Kickstart".