Andy and Matt talk about the upcoming Philly Codefest 2015, refactoring code for improvement versus attempting the quick and dirty option, and knowing when to continue persevering on a software implementation approach versus knowing when to "cut bait."
Matt and Andy talk about Storyboards and Segues. Matt fights with Xcode. Andy experiences Ingress for the first time. And a discussion about how keeping up with communication in the age of the Internet is tiring.
Matt and Andy talk about Swift in light of functional programming vs OOP, and how to balance learning something new while also providing customer value. Also an update on Andy's phone status.
- Developing Perspective, Episode 209
- Functional Programming on Wikipedia
- The Swift Programming Language iBook from Apple
- Functional Programming in Swift, from objc.io
- Natasha Murashev's Presentation at The Functional Swift Conference
- Andy Matuschak's Presentation at the Functional Swift Conference
- Getting Your apps ready for Nexus 6 and Nexus 9
- The Pursuit of Learning Through Bad Ideas
Matt and Andy talk about losing your iPhone, Ingress, Swift lazy properties, and how to be a polite technical recruiter.
- Swift Lazy Properties - Apple Documentation
- Lazy Initialization with Swift
- Paper Karma: Control Your Mailbox, Stop Unwanted Paper Mail - Using Your Phone!
- Find My iPhone
- The Niantic Project: What is Google Up To?
- The Niantic Project
- What is Ingress?
- “Don’t cross the streams”
- "Cockroach up on twelve"
- Ingress Field Art (Pinterest)
Matt and Andy talk about considering Swift for use in real development projects. They also consider the merits that Swift is one more thing distracting Apple. Matt gives his opinion and overview of Omnifocus.
- David Allen's "Getting Things Done"
- "Creating Flow with OmniFocus" by Kourosh Dini M.D.
- Apples to apples, Part II: An analysis of sorts between Objective-C and Swift
- Ray Wenderlich Tutorials
- Apple Developer Forum Post discussing packaging iOS applications on the command line that contain Swift
Matt and Andy talk more about software estimation, Android development, and hotfixes.