201 iPS Japan, Sequences & Collections with Soroush Khanlou
On today's episode, Jaim, Erica, and Andrew discuss Japan, Sequences & Collections with Soroush Khanlou. Soroush is an iOs developer from New York City. He served as one of the speakers in try! Swift Conference in Japan. Also, he is a blogger and the co-host of a popular software engineering podcast titled Fatal Error. Tune in!
200 iPS Into the Wayback Machine with NeXTSTEP
Andrew just bought a NextCube so the iPhreaks thought they'd talk about the NextStep platform and how it still influences iOS and Mac development. Tune in!
199 iPS SourceKit and SourceKitten with JP Simard
On today's episode, Jaim talks about Sourcekit and SourceKitten with JP Simard. JP has been working with Realm for about three years. He appeared as guest on episode 104. Listen to this exciting episode on Apple's SourceKit and learn how SourceKitten can make your work easier!
198 iPS When Your App Becomes a Company with Matt Ronge
On today's episode, Jaim and Erika discuss When Your App Becomes a Company with Matt Ronge. Matt is the cofounder of Astropad, a drawing app that works well on an iPad. He has appeared as guest in episode 113, where he talked about launching an app. Tune in and learn how they developed Astropad and how it evolved into a company!
197 iPS Visual Studio for Mac with Omar Khan
On today's episode, Andrew Madsen and Jaim Zuber discuss Visual Studio for Mac with Omar Khan. Omar runs the product marketing team for their developer tools at Microsoft. There has been a lot of talk about the exciting new release. A preview is now available for developers. Tune in to learn more about it!
196 iPS Unity for iOS with Martin Grider
On today's episode, Jaim, Andrew, and Gee discuss Unity for iOS with Martin Grider. Martin is the owner and lead developer of Abstract Puzzle, LLC. He is lately into iOS freelancing and has a blog at chesstris.com. Stay tuned to learn more about what is new with iOS and what Martin currently enjoys doing!
On today's episode, Jaim and Andrew discuss with Keith Ballinger. Keith is the Director of PM in Microsoft's Mobile Development Tools Division, and currently focuses on the different cloud services from mobile developers. He's also had a series of startups before he came to the company. Stay tuned to learn about his projects, which include Microsoft's Visual Studio Mobile Center!
194 iPS Linea with Dustin Bruzenak and Troy Gaul from Iconfactory
On today's episode, Jaim and Guilherme discuss Linea with Dustin Bruzenak and Troy Gaul from Iconfactory. Dustin is a programmer and consultant at Iconfactory, while Troy is the primary developer for Linea. Both have been in the industry for many years. Tune in to their exciting talk about developing and releasing the incredibly simple drawing app!
193 iPS Take Manhattan III Kasey Uhlenhuth
On today's episode, Andrew and Jaim discuss Take Manhattan III with Kasey Uhlenhuth. Kasey hails from Louisville, Kentucky. She is a program manager of .NET and the visual studio team at Microsoft, specifically on Roslin. Stay tuned to learn more about what she is up to as well as her expertise in programming.
On today's episode, Andrew and Jaim discuss Core Data. Core Data is now easy to use as a result of the recent changes in Xcode 8 and iOS 10. Learn what it is and understand how you can get the most out of it.
191 iPS Take Manhattan II - Sam Guckenheimer
On episode 191 of iPhreaks, Andrew and Jaim discuss Take Manhattan II with Sam Guckenheimer. Sam is the Group Product Planner of the Visual Studio Team Services of Microsoft. In the last 6 years, he has been working on Microsoft's transformation from Agile to DevOps. Tune in to their exciting talk, and learn about it!
190 iPS iPhreaks Notifications - Paola Mata
On episode 190 of iPhreaks, Andrew and Jaim discuss Notifications with Paola Mata. Paola is an iOS Swift Developer and organizer of NYC Tech Latinas. Tune in to learn more about notifications and how she got interested in it.
189 iPS iPhreaks Take Manhattan - Nat Friedman
On episode 189 of iPhreaks, Andrew and Jaim talk to Xamarin Founder Nat Friedman in New York City during Microsoft Connect(). Nat talks about his new role and about creating Visual Studio Mobile Center. Tune in to iPhreaks Take Manhattan - Nat Friedman.
On episode 188 of iPhreaks, Jaim Zuber and Anastasia talk about iOS Security. Anastasia has been doing a lot of talk about it. It is a topic which is often thought that's been covered enough but not quite in reality. Stay tuned and learn how secure iOS Security really is.
On episode 187 of iPhreaks, Jaim Zuber and Andrew Madsen talked about Giving Back and helping new comers. Andrew just started on a new job as an iOs instructor in an iOs bootcamp in Salt Lake City. Learn more and be excited as you listen to Andrew's venture in the reaching out to novice developers.