A podcast discussing news of note in iOS Development, Apple and the like, hosted by (Underscore) David Smith. Each episode is under 15 minutes long so Developing Perspective makes for a great bitesize podcast. David Smith is a prolific independent developer with countless apps on the App Store and so has lots of insight to give on making a living in the App Store. […]
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An interview show about developing software and services for iOS and Mac hosted by Guy English and Rene Ritchie. Previous guests include greats such as Loren Brichter, Craig Hockenberry, Don Melton and Paul Haddad, who talk about their experiences with developing for iOS and Mac including their history, new and old projects, and general commentary on current development news. […]
A fantastic weekly podcast about indie software development for Mac and iOS hosted by Daniel Jalkut and Manton Reece. Each week they discuss the projects they’ve been working on, their experiences in indie development, and the latest Cocoa development news. Daniel and Manton’s combined experience with iOS, Mac and web development is what makes Core Intuition so interesting though – every week there is something interesting to learn from their discussion. […]
An interview style podcast where host Saul Mora meets and chats with well-known members of the Cocoa community. Discussions cover indie developer stories and projects, Cocoa frameworks, the best Cocoa conferences, and more. NSBrief is also on Glassboard, where listeners can discuss episodes and make suggestions. Episodes are about an hour long (sometimes more) and are definitely worth your time. […]