Core Intuition

by Daniel Jalkut and Manton Reece · · · · 13 subscribers

A podcast about indie software development for the Mac, iOS and other Apple technologies.

More sandboxing, Apple TV apps, and managing shared code. Sponsored by Instapaper.
Daniel and Manton talk about WWDC 2012 tickets, sandboxing, Mac App Store, Xcode 4, and whether we should have podcast sponsors.
WWDC 2012 tickets, sandboxing, Mac App Store, Xcode 4, and podcast sponsors.
42 Episode 42: New Arrivals May 21, 2012
Daniel and Manton talk about the Macworld Eddy award, Shush 2.0, Tweet Library 2.0, iOS UI design, and premium pricing.
Macworld Eddy, Shush 2.0, Tweet Library 2.0, iOS UI design, and premium pricing.
Daniel and Manton talk about the iPhone 4S, Siri, conferences, and porting Carbon to Cocoa.
The iPhone 4S, Siri, conferences, and porting Carbon to Cocoa.
Daniel and Manton talk about WWDC 2011 planning, SecondConf blitz talks, Twitter in iOS, MarsEdit syncing, and iPhone-only vs. universal apps.
WWDC 2011 planning, SecondConf blitz talks, Twitter in iOS, MarsEdit syncing, and iPhone-only vs. universal apps.
The fast sell-out of WWDC 2011 tickets, NSConference UK, SXSW Interactive, and our heartfelt, possibly premature opinions on Xcode 4.
iPad thoughts before the iPad 2 was announced, Developers Against Poverty, NSConference, support, and version numbers.
The debut of the Mac App Store, tips for learning Mac development, and customer support.
Emergency App Store releases, memory leaks, the upcoming 360macdev conference, and a listener question on the GPL.
MacTech and 360iDev conferences, plus listener questions on customer support while on vacation, shipping a quality app, and SQLite wrappers.
Demos, private APIs, exclusivity, and pricing in the Mac App Store, with new listener questions.
Tweet Library 1.0, iTunes Connect issues, App Store pricing, and more.
The iPhone 4, reception problems, parsing strategies, and advertising.
WWDC 2010 and two listener questions about unit testing.
C4, Section 3.3.1, and more with special guest Jonathan "Wolf" Rentzsch.
MarsEdit 3 ships, WWDC 2010 announced, a correction, and handling support.