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June 30, 2020
Josh Shaffer and Eliza Block from Apple join John to talk about what’s new in SwiftUI, how Xcode Previews work under the hood, the new home screen widget system, Apple’s internal process of adopting and improving SwiftUI, and much more.
June 19, 2020
Dave Verwer and Sven A. Schmidt join John to talk about their newly launched Swift Package Index, and what the overall state of Swift’s package ecosystem currently is. Also, dependency management, composing libraries, deploying sever-side Swift in production, and much more.
June 4, 2020
On this special episode, John is joined by the entire team behind the award-winning apps Halide and Spectre, Apple’s 2019 App of the Year. Ben, Sebastiaan and Rebecca share their stories of how these apps came to life, how they’re working together between design and development, and how technologies like Computational Photography and Augmented Reality are influencing their work.
May 19, 2020
Kyle Lee, also known as Kilo Loco, joins John to go behind the scenes of Publish — the static site generator used to build Swift by Sundell. Also, how to make a code base accessible to new team members, learning from open source, getting started with Swift-based web development, and much more.
May 7, 2020
Tobias Due Munk joins John to talk about using SwiftUI to build prototypes, how third party developers can extend SwiftUI’s built-in APIs in various ways, and to discuss the challenges of writing highly dynamic systems in Swift.
April 23, 2020
Dave Abrahams joins John to talk about Protocol-Oriented Programming and how to make the most out of the Swift Standard Library. Also, discussions on Swift’s overall design, why it puts such a strong emphasis on value types and protocols, and how it’s been influenced by other languages.
April 9, 2020
Christian Selig, creator of the Apollo Reddit app, joins John to talk about building apps against third party APIs, and what sort of criteria an app needs to meet to be considered a “good platform citizen”. Also, REST vs GraphQL, architecting API clients, and more.
March 24, 2020
Holly Borla and Grace Kendall, both software engineers at Apple, join John to go on a deep dive into the Swift Playgrounds app and Swift 5.2’s new diagnostics engine. Also, how Swift Playgrounds was ported to the Mac using Catalyst, and Swift’s role in education and as a language for beginners.
March 12, 2020
Leah Culver, co-founder and CTO of the Breaker podcast app, joins John to talk about her journey from iOS developer to startup founder, building MVPs and prototypes, iterating on and maintaining a code base, and growing a development team. Lots of tips and learnings about everything from app architecture to hiring.
February 25, 2020
Ryan Nystrom returns to the show accompanied by designer Brian Lovin, to go behind the scenes of the new GitHub mobile app which the two have been building. Also, creating a design system, building custom controls, and more discussions on how developers and designers can work better together.
February 13, 2020
Meng To, founder of Design+Code, joins John to go on a deep dive into SwiftUI from a design perspective, and to talk about how developers and designers can build scalable and flexible UIs using it. Also, structuring view code and components, the power of modifiers, and how SwiftUI compares to other UI tools and platforms.
January 30, 2020
On this special Stacktrace cross-over episode of the show, Gui Rambo joins John to talk about building custom developer tools, how open Apple’s tooling really is, writing “Swifty” code versus shipping great user experiences, and much more.
January 15, 2020
Sean Allen joins John to kick off the fourth season of the show, by talking about interview processes, goal setting, prioritizing projects, and what we might expect from Swift and Apple’s developer tools in 2020.
December 19, 2019
iOS developers and bloggers Donny Wals and Antoine van der Lee join John to wrap up the third season of the show with this year’s Holiday Special. How has Swift changed in 2019, and where might things be headed in 2020? Also, wishes for Xcode Santa, blogging and open source, and much more.
December 5, 2019
Kate Castellano joins John to discuss how views and UIs can be made more dynamic and data-driven, and how that could even enable certain views to get their entire layout configuration from the server. Also, view models, handling loading states, and much more.
November 22, 2019
Tim Condon, server-side Swift developer, writer and conference organizer, joins John to talk about all things networking. From organizing and abstracting networking code on the client-side, to using Swift on the server, and how to combine the two in order to write Swift end-to-end.
November 7, 2019
Indie iOS and watchOS developer “Underscore” David Smith joins John to discuss the current state of Apple Watch app development, and how SwiftUI is changing how watchOS apps are built. Also, managing and prioritizing multiple projects, Swift vs Objective-C, and whether SwiftUI is actually production-ready.
October 22, 2019
Josh Shaffer, engineering director with the UIKit and SwiftUI team at Apple, joins John to go on a deep dive into SwiftUI. What inspired the creation and design of SwiftUI, how does it impact the way apps are developed and architected, how is Apple using and improving SwiftUI internally, and much more.
October 8, 2019
John is joined by Paige Bailey and Brennan Saeta from the Swift for TensorFlow team at Google, to talk about the work they’re doing adopting and adapting Swift for Machine Learning. What makes Swift a good fit for this task, how might the language need to evolve to support this type of use cases even better, and much more.
September 24, 2019
Adam Bell joins John to talk about audio programming in Swift, and how SwiftUI makes rendering visual representations of audio and other custom shapes easier than ever before. Also, reverse engineering, mixing SwiftUI with UIKit and other view frameworks, and much more.
September 13, 2019
Ish ShaBazz joins John to talk about indie app development, planning and productivity, deciding which system features to adopt and what trends to follow, what’s new in Xcode 11 and Swift 5.1, and much more.
August 30, 2019
Marin Todorov joins John to talk about bridging the gap between UIKit, Combine and SwiftUI, how to design intuitive and robust APIs, and how the developer community can augment Apple’s SDKs through open source.
August 30, 2019
Marin Todorov joins John to talk about bridging the gap between UIKit, Combine and SwiftUI, how to design intuitive and robust APIs, and how the developer community can augment Apple’s SDKs through open source.
August 13, 2019
Benedikt Terhechte and Bas Broek join John to dive into the new APIs and features in iOS 13 and iPadOS, as well as Swift 5.1 — how it powers SwiftUI, and if it would be possible to backport parts of SwiftUI to earlier iOS versions. Also, text editors, new iPhone and iPad UI conventions, and much more.
August 13, 2019
Benedikt Terhechte and Bas Broek join John to dive into iOS 13 and iPadOS, as well as Swift 5.1 — how it powers SwiftUI, and if it would be possible to backport parts of SwiftUI to earlier iOS versions. Also, text editors, new iPhone and iPad UI conventions, and more.
August 1, 2019
Longtime Apple platforms developer Brent Simmons joins John to discuss how SwiftUI is ushering in a new era for Apple’s developer tools, and how we as third party developers can prepare for it. Also, Mac development, lots of tips for writing efficient code, and dynamic programming in Swift. Big thanks to RemObjects Software and Duolingo for sponsoring this episode, make sure to check them out in the show notes.
August 1, 2019
Longtime Apple platforms developer Brent Simmons joins John to discuss how SwiftUI is ushering in a new era for Apple’s developer tools, and how we as third party developers can prepare for it. Also, Mac development, lots of tips for writing efficient code, and dynamic programming in Swift.
July 18, 2019
Casey Liss joins John to talk about Apple’s newly announced Combine framework for reactive programming, how it compares to existing tools like RxSwift, and different strategies for adopting it. Also, unit testing, life as an indie developer, and much more. Special thanks to Bitrise and Triplebyte for sponsoring this episode, make sure to check them out in the show notes.
July 18, 2019
Casey Liss joins John to talk about Apple’s newly announced Combine framework for reactive programming, how it compares to existing tools like RxSwift, and different strategies for adopting it. Also, unit testing, life as an indie developer, and much more.
July 4, 2019
Kaya Thomas joins John to talk about Apple’s various accessibility technologies and how SwiftUI is taking things to a whole new level. Also, how UI testing and accessibility are closely related, and what makes declarative UI development so powerful. Special thanks to Instabug and Triplebyte for sponsoring this episode. Make sure to check them out in the show notes.
July 4, 2019
Kaya Thomas joins John to talk about Apple’s various accessibility technologies and how SwiftUI is taking things to a whole new level. Also, how UI testing and accessibility are closely related, and what makes declarative UI development so powerful.
June 20, 2019
Chris Lattner, creator of Swift, joins John on this 50th episode of the show — to discuss the current state of Swift and how it came to be, as well as to speculate about what the future of the language and its ecosystem might look like. Special thanks to Manning and Triplebyte for sponsoring this episode, make sure to check them out in the show notes.
June 20, 2019
Chris Lattner, creator of Swift, joins John on this 50th episode of the show — to discuss the current state of Swift and how it came to be, as well as to speculate about what the future of the language and its ecosystem might look like.
June 6, 2019
It’s time for the 2019 Swift by Sundell WWDC special, featuring PCalc creator James Thomson — who, with his over 25 years of experience developing apps for Apple’s platforms, joins John to discuss SwiftUI, Catalyst, and the other exciting tools and frameworks introduced at this year’s WWDC. Big thanks to both Bitrise and Triplebyte for sponsoring this episode. Make sure to check them out in the show notes.
June 6, 2019
It’s time for the 2019 Swift by Sundell WWDC special, featuring PCalc creator James Thomson — who, with his over 25 years of experience developing apps for Apple’s platforms, joins John to discuss SwiftUI, Catalyst, and the other exciting tools and frameworks introduced at this year’s WWDC.
May 21, 2019
Automation enthusiast and Scriptable developer Simon Støvring joins John to discuss automation, scripting, and building tools. Also, app modularity, frameworks, and what it would take to bring automation on Apple’s platforms to the next level. This episode was made possible thanks to Reveal and Triplebyte, make sure to check them out in the show notes.
May 21, 2019
Automation enthusiast and Scriptable developer Simon Støvring joins John to discuss automation, scripting, and building tools. Also, app modularity, frameworks, and what it would take to bring automation on Apple’s platforms to the next level.
May 9, 2019
iOS developer and YouTuber Mayuko Inoue joins John to discuss team work and how a solid code structure can make teams more productive. Other topics include goal setting, how to grow as an engineer, and contributing to open source. Special thanks to Triplebyte and Manning for sponsoring this episode. Make sure to check them out in the show notes.
May 9, 2019
iOS developer and YouTuber Mayuko Inoue joins John to discuss team work and how a solid code structure can make teams more productive. Other topics include goal setting, how to grow as an engineer, and contributing to open source.
April 23, 2019
Michael Ilseman, developer on the Swift team at Apple, joins John to go on a deep dive into the String type, its implementation, and its related APIs. Topics range from the way Swift’s String API is designed, to its underlying complexities, and practical performance tips. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Reveal and Triplebyte. Make sure to check them out in the show notes.
April 23, 2019
Michael Ilseman, developer on the Swift team at Apple, joins John to go on a deep dive into the String type, its implementation, and its related APIs. Topics range from the way Swift’s String API is designed, to its underlying complexities, and practical performance tips.
April 9, 2019
Chris Eidhof and Matt Gallagher join John to discuss app architecture, RxSwift and Functional Reactive Programming, and how to decide what patterns, frameworks, and concepts to adopt when architecting and building an app. Special thanks to Triplebyte and Bitrise for sponsoring this episode. Make sure to check them out in the show notes.
April 9, 2019
Chris Eidhof and Matt Gallagher join John to discuss app architecture, RxSwift and Functional Reactive Programming, and how to decide what patterns, frameworks, and concepts to adopt when architecting and building an app.
March 29, 2019
Janina Kutyn, former Apple Music developer and now an iOS developer in Amsterdam, joins John for a UI development special! Topics include various techniques for building UIs and layouts, measuring and fixing performance problems, and supporting different screen sizes and devices. Big thanks to Manning for sponsoring this episode - get 40% off any of their Swift books or courses at deals.manning.com/sundell.
March 29, 2019
Janina Kutyn, former Apple Music developer and now an iOS developer in Amsterdam, joins John for a UI development special! Topics include various techniques for building UIs and layouts, measuring and fixing performance problems, and supporting different screen sizes and devices.
March 14, 2019
Dave DeLong, former Apple developer evangelist and now iOS architect and instructor, joins John to talk about handling dates in code, MVC & app architecture, Mac development, and to tell stories of how WWDC is put together. Big thanks to Instabug for sponsoring this episode, make sure to check them out at instabug.com/sundell.
March 14, 2019
Dave DeLong, former Apple developer evangelist and now iOS architect and instructor, joins John to talk about handling dates in code, MVC & app architecture, Mac development, and to tell stories of how WWDC is put together.
February 26, 2019
Ted Kremenek, manager of the Languages and Runtimes team at Apple, joins John to talk about Swift 5 — focusing on ABI stability and what it means for the future of the language, how the underpinnings of String have been improved in this release, how Apple is using Swift internally, and much more. Big thanks to Zeplin and Instabug for sponsoring this episode, make sure to check them out in the show notes.
February 26, 2019
Ted Kremenek, manager of the Languages and Runtimes team at Apple, joins John to talk about Swift 5 — focusing on ABI stability and what it means for the future of the language, how the underpinnings of String have been improved in this release, how Apple is using Swift internally, and much more.
February 14, 2019
Dave Verwer joins John to take a look behind the scenes of the iOS Dev Weekly newsletter, to talk about working as an indie and how to increase your chances of success as an indie creator or developer, juggling multiple projects, as well as iOS development trends. Thanks to Instabug and Bitrise for sponsoring this episode - check out the show notes for more information.
February 14, 2019
Dave Verwer joins John to take a look behind the scenes of the iOS Dev Weekly newsletter, to talk about working as an indie and how to increase your chances of success as an indie creator or developer, juggling multiple projects, as well as iOS development trends.
January 29, 2019
Ben Sandofsky, the developer behind the camera app Halide, joins John for this season 3 premiere of the show — to talk about designer/developer collaboration, what goes into building a camera app, iOS app architecture, handling dependencies, minimizing an app’s binary size, and much more. Thanks to Manning for sponsoring this episode! Make sure to check out the show notes for a fantastic offer on their "Getting started with Swift" book bundle.
January 29, 2019
Ben Sandofsky, the developer behind the camera app Halide, joins John for this season 3 premiere of the show — to talk about designer/developer collaboration, what goes into building a camera app, iOS app architecture, handling dependencies, minimizing an app’s binary size, and much more.
December 20, 2018
JP Simard and Jesse Squires - the hosts of Swift Unwrapped - join John for this year's Holiday Special. Topics include ways that Swift has evolved during the year, what's coming up in Swift 5, maintaining open source projects, and continuing the tradition of sending wishes to Xcode Santa. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Bitrise. Get started for free at go.bitrise.io/swift.
December 20, 2018
JP Simard and Jesse Squires, the hosts of Swift Unwrapped, join John for this year's Holiday Special. Topics include ways that Swift has evolved during the year, what's coming up in Swift 5, maintaining open source projects, and continuing the tradition of sending wishes to Xcode Santa.
December 6, 2018
Kristina Fox, iOS and watchOS developer at Intuit, joins John to talk about Apple Watch development, building UI using storyboards vs in code, growing into a senior developer, and how to use change as a learning opportunity. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Bitrise. Easily set up continuous integration and continuously deliver new builds of your app to your team using their fast and friendly platform. Get started for free at go.bitrise.io/swift.
December 6, 2018
Kristina Fox, iOS and watchOS developer at Intuit, joins John to talk about Apple Watch development, building UI using storyboards vs in code, growing into a senior developer, and how to use change as a learning opportunity.
November 21, 2018
Ellen Shapiro joins John to talk about all sorts of automated testing - unit tests, integration tests, UI test, you name it! The two also discuss Ellen's recent adventures into Kotlin and whether Kotlin Native could become a nice cross-platform solution for mobile apps. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Ray Wenderlich. Check out their massive Black Friday sale before November 26th at store.raywenderlich.com.
November 21, 2018
Ellen Shapiro joins John to talk about all sorts of automated testing — unit tests, integration tests, UI test, you name it! The two also discuss Ellen's recent adventures into Kotlin and whether Kotlin Native could become a nice cross-platform solution for mobile apps.
November 8, 2018
Max Howell, creator of Homebrew and PromiseKit, joins John to talk about package manager design, asynchronous programming, interview processes, and also to tell some stories of how the Swift Package Manager was born. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Wingu. Start your free trial at wingu.app/sundell, and use offer code SUNDELL15 for 15% off your subscription.
November 8, 2018
Max Howell, creator of Homebrew and PromiseKit, joins John to talk about package manager design, asynchronous programming, interview processes, and also to tell some stories of how the Swift Package Manager was born.
October 24, 2018
Rahul Malik of Pinterest joins John to talk about working on a large-scale iOS app, using third party build systems, client/server networking architectures and much more. Special thanks to Manning and Amazon Web Services for sponsoring this episode.
October 24, 2018
Rahul Malik of Pinterest joins John to talk about working on a large-scale iOS app, using third party build systems, client/server networking architectures and much more.
October 12, 2018
Brandon Williams and Stephen Celis, formerly iOS developers at Kickstarter and now hosts of Point-Free, join John to talk about functional programming in Swift, and how it can be used to build apps, websites, and even control the world. This episode was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors: Instabug and Amazon Web Services.
October 12, 2018
Brandon Williams and Stephen Celis, formerly iOS developers at Kickstarter and now hosts of Point-Free, join John to talk about functional programming in Swift, and how it can be used to build apps, websites, and even control the world.
September 27, 2018
Nick Lockwood, Core Animation veteran and creator of tools like SwiftFormat, joins John to talk about animations, layout, building parsers & compilers in Swift, declarative UI patterns and much more. Special thanks to Amazon Web Services for sponsoring this episode! Check out Amazon's powerful iOS developer tools at aws.amazon.com/appsync.
September 27, 2018
Nick Lockwood, Core Animation veteran and creator of tools like SwiftFormat, joins John to talk about animations, layout, building parsers & compilers in Swift, declarative UI patterns and much more.
September 18, 2018
John heads to the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm and, equipped with his portable recorder, speaks to four special guests about topics ranging from security to rendering performance to static analysis. Featuring: Alek Åström, the co-organizer of the Swift & Fika conference. Anastasiia Vixentael, security & encryption specialist. Janina Kutyn, ex-Apple Music developer & iOS developer at Adyen. JP Simard, creator of SwiftLint & Swift Unwrapped co-host.
September 18, 2018
John heads to the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm and, equipped with his portable recorder, speaks to four special guests about topics ranging from security to rendering performance to static analysis.
August 29, 2018
Felix Krause, creator of fastlane, joins John to talk about building developer tools, scaling open source projects, automation, code signing, how fastlane came to be, and how to take the perfect Twitter profile picture. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Bitrise - a fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration platform for your apps & projects. Build, test and even ship your app on every single commit (with fastlane!). Get started for free at bitrise.io/swiftbysundell.
August 29, 2018
Felix Krause, creator of fastlane, joins John to talk about building developer tools, scaling open source projects, automation, code signing, how fastlane came to be, and how to take the perfect Twitter profile picture.
August 18, 2018
Sean Allen, YouTuber and host of Swift News, joins John to talk about sharing, creating content for the Swift community, mentoring and giving feedback, teaching new technologies, interviewing and much more. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to Bitrise - a fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration platform for your apps & projects. Build, test and even ship your app on every single commit. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swiftbysundell.
August 18, 2018
Sean Allen, YouTuber and host of Swift News, joins John to talk about sharing, creating content for the Swift community, mentoring and giving feedback, teaching new technologies, interviewing and much more.
August 3, 2018
Niels van Hoorn of Framer joins John to talk about prototyping, experimentation and learning new technologies. When and how to use prototypes, trying out new frameworks and techniques, the value of building your own tools and much more. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to AppSpector - a brand new developer tool that lets you inspect and debug your app completely remotely. Check it out and get started for free at appspector.com/sundell.
August 3, 2018
Niels van Hoorn of Framer joins John to talk about prototyping, experimentation and learning new technologies. When and how to use prototypes, trying out new frameworks and techniques, the value of building your own tools and much more.
July 19, 2018
Peter Steinberger, creator and CEO of PSPDFKit, joins John to talk about building and maintaining a large framework project, how PSPDFKit came to be, how his team works with Radar, and all the challenges and excitement that comes with running a business based on a closed source SDK. This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors - make sure to check them out: Instabug is a super comprehensive bug and crash reporting SDK that takes just a few minutes to integrate. Get started for free and get 25% off any paid plan at instabug.com/sundell. Bitrise offers fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration for your apps. Build, test and even ship your app on every single commit. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swiftbysundell.
July 19, 2018
Peter Steinberger, creator and CEO of PSPDFKit, joins John to talk about building and maintaining a large framework project, how PSPDFKit came to be, how his team works with Radar, and all the challenges and excitement that comes with running a business based on a closed source SDK.
July 4, 2018
Ryan Nystrom of Instagram joins John to talk about data-driven UI development, working on open source, how to optimize performance, becoming an engineering manager and much more. Special thanks to Bitrise for sponsoring this episode! Sign up for free at bitrise.io/swiftbysundell.
July 4, 2018
Ryan Nystrom of Instagram joins John to talk about data-driven UI development, working on open source, how to optimize performance, becoming an engineering manager and much more.
June 22, 2018
David Hart, regular contributor to the Swift Package Manager, joins John to discuss the present and future of the SwiftPM project - how to get started both using and contributing to it, and how it lets the community build tools on top of it. Special thanks to Bitrise for sponsoring this episode! Bitrise offers fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration for your iOS apps. Sign up for free at bitrise.io/swiftbysundell.
June 22, 2018
David Hart, regular contributor to the Swift Package Manager, joins John to discuss the present and future of the SwiftPM project - how to get started both using and contributing to it, and how it lets the community build tools on top of it.
June 7, 2018
Ben Scheirman, creator of NSScreencast, joins John for a special WWDC episode of the show - to talk about the cool new things that Apple announced at the conference. iOS 12's focus on performance, UIKit apps on the Mac, what's new in Xcode and Swift 4.2, and much more. Special thanks to Bitrise for sponsoring this episode! Bitrise offers fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration for your iOS apps.
June 7, 2018
Ben Scheirman, creator of NSScreencast, joins John for a special WWDC episode of the show — to talk about the cool new things that Apple announced at the conference. iOS 12's focus on performance, UIKit apps on the Mac, what's new in Xcode and Swift 4.2, and much more.
May 23, 2018
Carola Nitz joins John to talk about LLDB and debugging, her work on the open source VLC app, how she got her previous job at Apple, and much more. Special thanks to Instabug for sponsoring this episode! Instabug makes it super easy to get good feedback and crash reports from your testers and users. Sign up for free or use offer code SUNDELL to save 25% off any paid plan. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
May 23, 2018
Carola Nitz joins John to talk about LLDB and debugging, her work on the open source VLC app, how she got her previous job at Apple, and much more.
May 10, 2018
Harlan Haskins and Robert Widmann - who are both regular contributors to the Swift compiler - join John to take a deep dive into the internals of Swift, its type system, the compilation process and how they used LLVM to build their own programming language. Thanks to Alejandro Martinez and Damian Malarczyk for your questions! You can submit questions for the show by going to swiftbysundell.com/podcast or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell on Twitter. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
May 10, 2018
Harlan Haskins and Robert Widmann, who are both regular contributors to the Swift compiler, join John to take a deep dive into the internals of Swift, its type system, the compilation process and how they used LLVM to build their own programming language.
April 25, 2018
Meghan Kane joins John for a special Machine Learning episode of the show - talking about how to get started with tools like CoreML and TensorFlow, what they can be used for, deciphering the terminology, how Swift might be used for ML tooling in the future, and much more! Special thanks to Bitrise for sponsoring this episode! Bitrise offers fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration for your iOS apps. Use the link in the show notes to sign up for free. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
April 25, 2018
Meghan Kane joins John for a special Machine Learning episode of the show — talking about how to get started with tools like CoreML and TensorFlow, what they can be used for, deciphering the terminology, how Swift might be used for ML tooling in the future, and much more!
April 10, 2018
Benedikt Terhechte joins John to talk about Mac development, working as an indie developer, code sharing between Apple's platforms, extending the standard library, system packages, and much more. Thanks to Nishant Desai for your question! You can submit questions for the show by going to swiftbysundell.com/podcast or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell on Twitter. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk. Special thanks to Bitrise for sponsoring this episode! Bitrise offers fast, reliable and easy to use continuous integration for your iOS apps. See the show notes for a link to sign up for free.
April 10, 2018
Benedikt Terhechte joins John to talk about Mac development, working as an indie developer, code sharing between Apple's platforms, extending the standard library, system packages, and much more.
April 2, 2018
Radek Pietruszewski, software writer at Nozbe and creator of SwiftyUserDefaults, joins John to talk about developer seniority, being inspired by the React paradigm, singletons & dependency injection, micro features and much more. Special thanks to Vijay Tholpadi, Gilad Ronat, Manoj Karki, Hugo Lundin and Grzegorz Wikiera for this episode's questions & topics! ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
April 2, 2018
Radek Pietruszewski, software writer at Nozbe and creator of SwiftyUserDefaults, joins John to talk about developer seniority, being inspired by the React paradigm, singletons & dependency injection, micro features and much more.
March 19, 2018
Erica Sadun joins John to talk about Swift Evolution and its proposal process, civility in the community, the state of Apple's developer tools, protocol extensions, Swift Foundation vs Objective-C Foundation and much more. Thanks to Sam Jarman, Eric Swifty, Gui Rambo and Dman for this episode's questions & topics! Submit your question/topic at swiftbysundell.com/podcast, or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk. Big thanks to Ray Wenderlich for sponsoring this episode! Visit store.raywenderlich.com to get a 20% discount on the new Android Avalanche bundle until March the 30th.
March 19, 2018
Erica Sadun joins John to talk about Swift Evolution and its proposal process, civility in the community, the state of Apple's developer tools, protocol extensions, Swift Foundation vs Objective-C Foundation and much more.
March 13, 2018
Tanner Nelson, creator of the Vapor web framework, joins John to talk about the present & future of server-side Swift, designing Vapor's API, Apple's new SwiftNIO project, marrying the concepts of Swift with the web, and much more. Special thanks to Suhit Patil, Daniel Williams, Gilad Ronat and Clay Ellis for this episode's questions & topics! Submit your question/topic at swiftbysundell.com/podcast, or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
March 13, 2018
Tanner Nelson, creator of the Vapor web framework, joins John to talk about the present & future of server-side Swift, designing Vapor’s API, Apple’s new SwiftNIO project, marrying the concepts of Swift with the web, and much more.
March 2, 2018
Janie Clayton, author of the Metal Programming Guide, joins John to talk about Metal, GPU & graphics programming, shaders, when to dive into lower levels of abstraction, and much more. Special thanks to Allen Wixted, Coders Life, Abababb, DanK and Christian Treffs for this episode's questions & topics! Submit your question/topic at swiftbysundell.com/podcast, or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
March 2, 2018
Janie Clayton, author of the Metal Programming Guide, joins John to talk about Metal, GPU & graphics programming, shaders, when to dive into lower levels of abstraction, and much more.
February 1, 2018
Sommer Panage joins John to talk about all things accessibility, adaptive UIs, learning new APIs, UI testing, her secret (well, not so secret) life as a circus artist, and much more. Special thanks to Kartik Krishnanand, Iván Corchado Ruiz, Syed, Ashton Williams and Grzegorz Wikiera for this episode's questions! Submit your question/topic at swiftbysundell.com/podcast, or by tweeting to @swiftbysundell. ♬ Intro & outro jingles by Dariusz Dziuk.
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