59: Marcos Griselli - iOS Engineer at Toptal

June 28, 2017

Marcos Griselli is an iOS Engineer at Toptal, an exclusive network of top software developers. We talk about his journey from Computer Science student to Database Admin to iOS Developer. The hard choices of leaving a kushy job to follow his passion and whether or not he should continue earning his degree. Its his birthday today so wish him a good one!

 

Annoucements:

 

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58: Alistair Cooper - Senior iOS Developer at Wurrly

June 21, 2017

Alistair transitioned from a career as a Music Composer to an iOS Developer in about two years. These type of career transition stories are inspiring for others thinking of doing the same. Enjoy!

 

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57: Evan Maloney - iOS Developer at HBC Digital

June 14, 2017

Evan is an iOS Developer at HBC Digital where he focuses on Apple platform products for Gilt.com and Saks Fifth Avenue.

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56: WWDC 2017 - Inside the Apple Podcast Studio with Meghan Kane, Leah Culver, and Yariv Nissim

June 9, 2017

I was at WWDC this year. It was my first dub dub ever. This episode was recorded inside the Apple Podcast Studio at dub dub inside the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. This was the first time Apple did something like this where they provided a space and technical support for podcasters to record an episode. I'm so honored to have experienced this and really excited to share it with you.

For this episode, I wanted to take advantage of this unique opportunity as much as possible, so I filled the room with as many guests as I could and just fed off the energy and exictement of the week.

Guests:

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55: Raghav Mangrola - iOS Engineer at Event Farm, SwiftCoders Core Team Member, & Learn Swift LA Session Leader

May 31, 2017

Follow our SwiftCoder Journey at WWDC & AltConf this year on Instagram & Snapchat! Follow us on both @SwiftCoders

Raghav Mangrola is an iOS Engineer at Event Farm, a Core Team Member at SwiftCoders.org, as well as a Learn Swift LA Session Leader. He also leads Learn Swift LA's Saturday Monring Peer Lab. I really wanted to interview Raghav because he has given back so much to our community and he's also one of the hosts of our Meet & Greet at AltConf. Enjoy!

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54: Robert Widmann - Swift Compiler Intern & Swift Open Source Contributor

May 24, 2017

Follow The SwiftCoder Journey at WWDC 2017 via Instagram. I'll be posting a lot of Stories: https://www.instagram.com/swiftcoders/

Come to The SwiftCoders Meet & Greet at AltConf 2017. Find all the details here: https://swiftcoders.eventfarm.com

In this episode, I interview Robert Widmann. Robert is a rising Junior at Carnegie Mellon University where he studies Mathematics. He was an intern at Apple on the Swift Compiler Team in 2016. He will be interning at Apple on the Swift Static Analysis Team this summer, and he's also a frequent contributor to Swift Open Source.

I really wanted to interview Robert because he helped me get my first Swift Open Source pull request merged in. The Swift Community is really lucky to have Robert as a member. Anyone interested in talking about Swift or getting started with Swift Open Source should definitely reach out to him on Twitter.

Enjoy!

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53: Will Townsend - iOS Team Lead at PaperKite

May 17, 2017

Come to The SwiftCoders Meet & Greet at AltConf 2017. Find all the details here: https://swiftcoders.eventfarm.com

Will is the iOS Team Lead at PaperKite, a mobile development agency based in Wellington, New Zealand. I wanted to interview Will because he recently posted some interesting work regarding the Coordinator pattern. He also gave me some hope in 2016 when I suddenly felt the need to move abroad. Enjoy!

 

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52: Nikolas Burk - iOS Developer at Graphcool

May 10, 2017

Nikolas Burk is an iOS Developer at Graphcool. He lives in Berlin. We met in San Francisco while I was there for Swift Summit and he was working as an iOS Instructor at MakeSchool. He was also the organizer of the SF iOS Peer Lab. Enjoy!

 

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50: Matt Dias - iOS Tech Lead at Zipcar & Founder of Learn Swift Boston

April 26, 2017

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49: JP Simard - Swift Developer at Realm & Co-Host of Swift Unwrapped

April 19, 2017

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46: Part II - Jesse Squires - iOS Developer at Instagram & Curator of Swift Weekly Brief

March 29, 2017

I've launched My Patreon Page!!! Thank you so much for your encouragement and support, and thank you in advance if you decide to become my Patron.

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43: Gui Rambo - Creator of WWDC for macOS

March 8, 2017

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41: Alexis Gallagher - CTO of Topology Eyewear & Swift Subtilties Explorer

February 22, 2017

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40: John Sundell - Creator of SwiftPlate

February 15, 2017

Formerly an iOS Enginner at Spotify, John now works as an iOS Engineer at Hyper. He's the creator of SwordsArrows, as well the creator of many great open source projects (See links).

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39: Greg Heo - iOS Engineer at Instagram

February 8, 2017

Greo needs no introduction. He's a big part of the Swift community, especially Open Source Swift. Enjoy!

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38: Krzysztof Zabłocki - Consultant, Indie, Open Source

February 1, 2017

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36: Andyy Hope - Creator of Playgrounds Conference

January 18, 2017

Welcome back to the SwiftCoders Podcast! Our Season 3 premiere features Andyy Hope, the creator of Playgrounds Conference, Australia’s conference dedicated to Swift and Apple platform developers.

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35: Your Humble Host - Season 2 Finale

November 23, 2016

In this Season 2 Finale, Garric talks about his recent experience at Swift Summit, looks back and looks ahead at all the Swift things in his life, talks about his Swift Goals for 2017, and gives some timely advice for every level of SwiftCoder, from beginner to ninja. We'll be back January 17th, 2017 with the start of Season 3. Happy Holidays!

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34: Gary Sabo - Transactional Attorney with 12 Apps in the Store

November 8, 2016

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33: Erica Sadun - Author, Developer, and Mom

November 2, 2016
Erica is the author of many iOS Development and Swift language books, as well as many accepted Swift Evolution proposals.


Links:

  • Website - http://ericasadun.com
  • Twitter - @EricaSadun - https://twitter.com/ericasadun
  • Books on iBooks Store - https://itunes.apple.com/us/author/erica-sadun/id401490663?mt=11
  • Books on LeanPub - https://leanpub.com/u/erica 
  • Other Books - https://www.amazon.com/Erica-Sadun/e/B001HD24C6/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1478056235&sr=1-2-ent 
  • SE-007 - https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0007-remove-c-style-for-loops.md
  • Emily Post - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etiquette_in_Society,_in_Business,_in_Politics,_and_at_Home
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32: Chris Eidhof - Founder of Objc.io

October 26, 2016
I'm super excited to have Chris Eidhof as a guest this week. Chris is the Founder of Objc.io, UIKonf, and Swift Talk, the author of Functional Swift and Advanced Swift, and he also travels the world speaking about Swift. Enjoy!


Links:

  • Chris on Twitter - @ChrisEidhof - https://twitter.com/ChrisEidhof
  • Swift Talk - https://talk.objc.io
  • LoadingViewConrtrollers - https://talk.objc.io/episodes/S01E03-loading-view-controllers
  • The Books - https://www.objc.io/books/
  • Objc.io - https://www.objc.io
  • Website - http://www.eidhof.nl
  • Swift Summit - https://www.swiftsummit.com
  • Chris is also the founder of UIKonf - http://www.uikonf.com
  • Friends of Chris
  • Batch Script - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file
  • Delphi - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphi_(programming_language)
  • PHP - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PHP
  • Ruby - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby_(programming_language)
  • Ruby on Rails - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby_on_Rails
  • Ajax - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(programming)
  • Haskell - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haskell_(programming_language)
  • Ayaka Nonaka - @ayanonagon -  https://twitter.com/ayanonagon
  • LoadingViewControllers inspired by this talk - https://realm.io/news/tryswift-ayaka-nonaka-boundaries-in-practice/
  • THC - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuindorp_Hustler_Click
  • Leon Kirchhoff - https://twitter.com/leonki
  • Bootcamp Berlin - https://twitter.com/sbcBerlin
  • Denekamp - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denekamp
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31: Patrick Bohrer - Technical Lead of Swift@IBM

October 19, 2016
Patrick and I talk about all the Swift at IBM projects. Unfortunately, we don't get to learn about his personal story because there was so much Swift@IBM stuff to talk about. But, if you're interested in server-side Swift and considering using Kitura, then you should definitely listen to this episode. We break down all the projects, what they are, why and how to use them, and how they all fit together.

If you want to get started with standing up your own web service using Kitura, or even just learning about it, Patrick recommends getting started by downloading the Cloud Tools for Swift app for macOS (see link below), then sign up for a BlueMix account through that app, and then checkout one of the sample projects like BluePic (link below). 


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30: Nicholas Sawka - US Coast Guard Officer with 7 Apps in the Store

October 12, 2016

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29: Paola Mata - iOS Developer at BuzzFeed & Co-Founder of NYCTechLatinas

October 5, 2016

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28: Gilbert Osborne - Zero to App Store in 6 weeks

September 28, 2016

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27: Josh Hinman - Lead iOS Developer at TigerText

September 21, 2016
Josh and I discuss:
  • Meaning of Lead vs. Senior
  • AIM Chat Bots
  • Security, privacy, encryption, app transport security
  • Thread Safety, Static Analysis, and Zombies
  • Josh on Twitter - @JoshHinman - https://twitter.com/joshhinman
  • Josh's website - JoshHinman.com
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26: Yoni Tsafir - Lead Developer at JoyTunes

September 14, 2016
We talk about being an iOS Dev in Tel Aviv and the start up scene there, Swift developer tools, clean code, testing, and bunch more. Enjoy!
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25: Joe Masilotti - Lead Developer at BeerMenus

August 30, 2016
Joe is the lead developer at BeerMenus and he's super passionate about clean, well-tested code. Enjoy!

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24: Josh Brown - iOS Consultant and Content Publisher

August 24, 2016

Josh is the principal and founder of Roadfire Software, as well as the author of Parsing JSON in Swift. Be sure to use offer code 'swiftcoders' at checkout to receive 10% off on any edition.

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23: Maximillian Litteral - Indie Dev & WWDC Scholarship Winner

August 17, 2016
Best known for the app Television Time, Max is a young - yet accomplished - indie dev that has a super bright future. He's also a WWDC Scholarship winner. Enjoy :)


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22: Ash Furrow - Software Developer at Artsy

August 10, 2016
Ash is one of the rockstars in our young Swift community. We're so lucky to have him as a member and a resource. Enjoy!

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21: Garo - How was WWDC ‘16?

August 3, 2016

Garo is a staple in the Los Angeles iOS Developer community. In this episode, we talk to him about his experience at DubDub. Enjoy!

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20: Josh Avant - iOS Developer at CrowdRise

July 27, 2016

From the Commodore, to PHP and the Web, to Objective-C, to Functional Reactive MVVM in Swift, Josh is a goldmine for our Los Angeles iOS Developer scene and we're so happy to welcome him into the SwiftCoders community. Enjoy!

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19: Radek Pietruszewski - How was WWDC ‘16?

July 20, 2016

We talk to Radek about his experience at WWDC 2016.

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18: Genady Okrain - How was WWDC ‘16?

July 13, 2016

In this episode, we talk to Genady about his experience at WWDC 2016. We learn about what it's like to go to DubDub, what the sessions are like, what the labs are like, what the parties are like, and what it's like to be the guy that invented the app that people use to find those parties :p

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17: Radek Pietruszewski - iOS Developer & Swift Summit Speaker

June 1, 2016

Radek is one of the bigger names in the Swift community that we've had on the podcast thus far. He's got some pretty advance Swift repo's on GitHub and some advanced blog posts over at radex.io. Meet the man behind the Swift Ninja in the final episode of Season One of the SwiftCoders podcast. Be sure to listen to the end for info and surprises :)

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16: Genady Okrain - iOS Developer at Reelgood & Creator of Parties for WWDC

May 25, 2016
Creator of the world famous WWDC Parties app, need I say more?

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15: Natasha Nazari - Linguist & iOS Developer Living in Taipei

May 18, 2016

Twitter Bio: Linguist & iOS developer. Student @FreeCodeCamp. Organizer @TechTaipei. Perfecting Русский язык, Español, & 日本語. Learning Persian. @KanjiCircle, @RussianQandA.

Links from Natasha whose "quoted":
  • Natasha on Twitter - @natasha_nazari - https://twitter.com/natasha_nazari
  • Game to learn Objective-C - http://tryobjectivec.codeschool.com
  • Game to learn Swift - https://www.bloc.io/swiftris-build-your-first-ios-game-with-swift
  • Erin Parker's Post - "This was the first post I came across that convinced me I could get into software development without having a background in computer science." https://www.quora.com/Learning-to-Program-Is-it-too-late-for-an-X-year-old-to-learn-how-to-program/answer/Erin-Parker?srid=iSSH
  • Erin Parker's Learn to Code List - "I followed these in the exact order she listed them, since it offered a clear path for getting into Objective-C & iOS. I’ve always sought out learning roadmaps from people with more experience." - http://neverbendeasy.com/learn_to_code
  • AppCoda’s Beginner & Intermediate Swift books - "These are so great for getting a solid foundation in iOS programming. The beginner’s book taught me how to break down large projects into smaller tasks." - https://www.appcoda.com/swift/
  • Big Nerd Ranch - http://www.amazon.com/iOS-Programming-Ranch-Guide-Guides/dp/0134390733/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0WJBKXTD8C0HCXGQBQJN
  • Advanced Swift -"Chris Eidhof’s amazing book. Like a good steak, it should be consumed slowly." https://www.objc.io/books/advanced-swift/
  • Treehouse - "This is my favorite learn-to-code website. I’m still using it to dive into more advanced topics in Swift, and I plan to enroll in their iOS Techdegree." https://teamtreehouse.com
  • NSScreenCast - "Weekly dose of learning to keep my skills sharp." http://nsscreencast.com/episodes
  • Ash Furrow's try! Swift talk - https://realm.io/news/tryswift-ash-furrow-artsy-testing-tour/
  • Chris Eidhof's try! Swift talk - https://realm.io/news/tryswift-chris-eidhof-table-view-controllers-swift/
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14: Jarod Long - Creator of Tabular for iPad & iOS Developer at Victorious

May 11, 2016

Jarod Long is the creator of Tabular, an iPad app for writing music, as well as an iOS Developer at Victorious in Santa Monica.

  • Tabular - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tabular-mobile/id719462291?mt=8
  • Victorious - http://victorious.com
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13: Honza Prokeš - Indie Mac Developer & Creator of iOff for OS X

May 4, 2016
Honza is an independent Mac developer that's using Swift to create iOff, a Mac app that enables you to put timers on your Apple Scripts.
  • iOff - http://ioff.net
  • Opodz - http://www.opodz.com
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12: Dean Murphy - Creator of the iOS Ad Blocker Crystal

April 27, 2016

Dean is an independent iOS Developer and the creator of the ad blocker, Crystal.

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11: Dominik Hauser - Author of TDD in Swift & SwiftAndPainless.com

April 20, 2016

Dominik Hauser is an iOS Developer at Energy App Provider in Germany. He has multiple independently published apps in the app store. He's the author of Test Driven iOS Development in Swift, and he blogs at SwiftAndPainless.com. Enjoy!

Links:
  • Twitter - @dasdom - https://twitter.com/dasdom
  • Blog - http://swiftandpainless.com/
  • Book - https://www.packtpub.com/application-development/test-driven-ios-development-swift
  • How we met - The Best Table View Controller - http://swiftandpainless.com/the-best-table-view-controller-mar-2016-edition/
  • GitHub - https://github.com/dasdom
  • Open Source iOS Apps - https://github.com/dasdom/open-source-ios-apps
  • Cocoa Controls - https://www.cocoacontrols.com
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10: Jasdev Singh - Tumblr Core Team iOS Engineer

April 13, 2016
Jasdev (pronounced JustDave) is an iOS Engineer on the Core Team at Tumblr in New York. He runs @PublicExtension and is a Swift Ninja. Enjoy!


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