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iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 529 - Oct 15th 2021

Comment With new iPads, iPhones, and watches all in our hands and on our wrists, Monday’s event can only be about one thing. Apple is joining SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Virgin Galactic in their quest for space tourism, using their new iWarp Drive. 😂 Of course, it can only really be about Macs. Even better, It’s very likely...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 528 - Oct 8th 2021

Comment I don't remember when I first became aware of Steve Jobs. It happened gradually. I had been aware of Apple since I used my school's single Mac Classic (yes, just one for the whole school) in 1990 when I was sixteen. The teachers kept it locked away in the cupboard, but I managed to find excuses to use it. I certainly...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 527 - Oct 1st 2021

Comment I loved this tweet from Rebecca (Slatkin) Sloane this week. Yes, she wrote it to be amusing, but it’s also true. Apple’s documentation gets a lot of criticism. Some deserved, but the “Apple’s documentation is bad” meme is harmful, especially for people starting with Swift. Most community blog posts come from...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 526 - Sep 24th 2021

Comment Thanks so much to the 1,358 (!) of you who took the time to fill in last week’s mini-survey on remote work. I appreciate your time. It’s safe to say that most people are looking for primarily remote work but still value meeting your colleagues in person once or twice a year. But it’s not quite that simple. Firstly,...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 525 - Sep 17th 2021

Comment Even before the pandemic, our industry was always more remote-friendly than others. Mainly because given a laptop, phone, internet connection, and USB cable, we’re pretty much ready to go! Of course, over the last 18 months, things have moved even further towards software development becoming an entirely remote...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 524 - Sep 10th 2021

Comment Is everyone ready for their phone to feel a little less shiny and new come Tuesday? 😂 You’re always more likely to come out of an Apple event happy if you go in with low expectations, and I’d say that’s never more true than with the September event. The iPhone is Apple’s biggest moneymaker by a wide margin, and...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 523 - Sep 3rd 2021

Comment Instead of writing about this, I’m going to take Holly Borla’s advice and write something positive. When I first linked to Airport, I wished Jordan Singer good luck but was sure that Apple would find a way to stop it from existing. I thought they’d see it as an “alternative App Store” and remove it from TestFlight....

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 522 - Aug 27th 2021

Comment As someone who has just released a SwiftUI app across three platforms, this tweet from Steve Troughton-Smith perfectly sums up today’s reality vs the promise of this technology. It’s so much better than when it debuted in 2019, and yet we’re still probably three to five years away from the point where “Should I...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 521 - Aug 20th 2021

Comment One of the talking points of the last couple of weeks was this tweet from Hadi Partovi as part of this fascinating thread about launching Internet Explorer 3. I’m all too familiar with working too hard. Even in my first job, I often stayed late at the office or went in alone at weekends to get projects finished....

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 520 - Aug 13th 2021

Comment 2020 was a challenging year for companies. Even though our industry was affected far less than most, the pandemic made companies nervous, meaning tightened recruitment budgets. As someone who runs a developer jobs site, the effect on hiring was noticeable. The good news is that this year is very different. That’s...

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