Podcast 112: Support, Internationalization and Syncing

Scotty and John talks about implementing support conversations in your app using Helpshift. Internationalization using Tethras and Syncing using Data Abstract from RemObjects.

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Podcast 111: The Nelson Episode

Scotty and John discuss the Heartbleed bug, password security, Accessibility and wonder if there will be a 2nd round of WWDC tickets.

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Podcast 110: Life Without a Ticket

Scotty and John chat talk the WWDC ticket lottery, the Beautiful Pixels review of Findery, Rails Girls Summer of Code and Johns first peep at Android development.

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Podcast 109: Life is Development, Development is Life

Scotty and John chat talk about is Macworld still relevant, the challenges of inheriting old code bases and the sudden rejection of apps that use QTKit from the Mac App Store

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Podcast 108: NSConference 6

Scotty and John chat about their favourite moments from NSConference 6 and John’s trip to Athens.

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Podcast 107: World Wide Release

Scotty and John chat about the the world wide release of Findery, The Nexus 7 and the complexities of app transfers

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Podcast 106: Shipping

Scotty and John chat about the release of RemObjects C# (A project Scotty has been working on) and the up coming shipping of Findery. The also talk about attending conferences based around other communities than your own.

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Podcast 105: How The Mighty Have Fallen

Scotty and John chat about the future of Microsoft, 37 Signals decision to slim down it’s product range (and how we should take note as indie developers), the first week of Reviewcast and NSConference

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Podcast 104: Five Minutes of Joy

Scotty and John chat about the release of Reviewcast, Paper for Facebook and GitFlow with GitHub.

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Stuff For Developers

The subtitle of this site has always been “Stuff for iOS and OS X Developers”. This has been primarily because that is what I have been focused on for the last few years. Right now however I have found myself toying with other things such as Ruby, Pascal, Android and other stuff I can’t talk about right now.

My compartmentalised mind wants to create a new blog for each of these subjects (It’s this compartmentalisation that explains my 10 email addresses). However the reality is each of those blogs would sit there with possibly one post a year.

In order to stop the posts getting too lonely I have decided to give myself the freedom to post non iOS and OS X stuff here on this blog. I will create new categories to keep things nice and tidy but the reality is I probably won’t end up writing anything anyway.

So to reflect my new found freedom with the content you might find here I have changed the site subtitle to “Stuff for Developers”