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a Podcast by Bas Broek
and Benedikt Terhechte

315

In which Bas announces leaving the podcast (for now), and Bene upgrades his setup. We also take a look back at all the episodes we've recorded in the last three years.

314

Where we talk about Apple's October event, and the announced iPhone 12 and HomePod mini, as well as Apple Silicon.

313

Where we talk about Swift for Windows, GUI development, ARM Macs, side projects and the recent Apple Event

312

Where we talk about Swift for Windows, GUI development, ARM Macs, side projects and the recent Apple Event

311

Where we talk about the history of NSSpain, looking for new jobs, and Bas makes an announcement.

310

Where we talk about iOS development being not so easy, blogging, and in-app purchases.

309

Where PaweĊ‚ introduces his app CodeConf and we talk about how he managed to work on this side project.

308

Where Bas has moved to Spain and Benedikt has been spending time at his mom's... and discussing WWDC.

307

Where Benedikt finally reveals the application he's been working on in the last months.

306

Where Benedikt is anticipating a new computer, and Bas is anticipating remote conferences. And Star Wars is anticipating Bas... and chocolate chip babka!

305

In which we talk about all things remote, like organizing a meetup, conference, or work. We also take a look at our perfectly normal homescreens. Bene is considering building a silent computer. All this with Pedro Carrasco!

304

We talk about open source projects and contributing to them. Where Bas forgets what a CNAME is, and Benedikt has to look it up for him.

303

Benedikt asks himself "what door?" watching Westworld, and Bas has a surprise!

302

Where Bas remembers his open source projects and previous talks, Benedikt finally shares more on his secret project... and sets someone up for an interesting challenge, our dear guest, John "Paul Hudson" Sundell.

301

Where Bas still has no reason to buy new hardware, and Benedikt learned more about unicode than he wanted to. And both have an exciting year coming up. Live from CocoaHeads Hamburg on January 9, 2020.

214

We talk with Donny Wals on his Advent of Swift project, Disney+, working on an SDK and more.

213

We're talking about the new 16" MacBook, the new AirPods Pro, GitHub's new Mobile app, SwiftUI learnings and more.

212

We're giving an overview over some of Europe's awesome iOS conferences in the last months.

211

We're talking about our initial Xcode 11 thoughts as well as the joy of just using Apple's latest tech in a brand new project.

210

We're talking about AwfulUI, a project which aims to re-implement the syntax of SwiftUI on top of UIKit in order to support iOS 12 or lower

209

In which Benedikt explains Vim to Bas, new Apple hardware apparently is(n't) interesting, and interesting projects.

208

We talk about the Swift Island and Swift Aveiro conferences, static site generators and puzzles in our personal projects, iPadOS windowing support, Catalyst woes, refactoring tools and Swift UI guides

207

We start talking about WWDC announcements, notably SwiftUI and iPadOS

206

We talk about our interests outside of work, like watchmaking, electronic music, coffee and chocolate.

205

Benedikt and Bas talk about the upcoming WWDC, how to make the most out of the conference, and what to expect. Also, career changes!

203

On technical writing and editing, finding unused code, and more.

202

Solving puzzles, algorithms, macros, and Swift 5.

201

Talking about more conferences (because of course), iPad, and cool projects we've seen on the web.

107

Starting fresh into the new year with a discussion on Xcode 10.2 beta 1, the Swift Community Podcast, and more

106

A discussion on how we recently refactored our networking stack at XING, from planning to implementation. And emoji.

105

An interview with Paul Hudson about his career, talking about journalism, books, Venn diagrams, conference speaking and diversity.

104

A general discussion around iOS conferences: Why you should go there, what you should do there, and what to do if you want to give a talk. Also a short report on two conferences we just attended: NSSpain and Try Swift.

103

Bas and Benedikt discuss what a "Pro" device represents at Apple, what a Mac Mini Pro could be, and why the Touchbar should not be in a Pro device.

102

Where Bas and Benedikt discuss iPad, our awful static site engine, Swift scripting, Strings in Swift and Zelda.

101

Where Bas and Benedikt discuss MacBook Keyboards, Swift's eighth birthday, Swift conferences, Mac Development, and Peanut-Butter Pizza.