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Author: Jeroen Leenarts

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Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.
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Wait, what is going on here? Kim Arnett as a host? Interviewing Jeroen? What is going on here? Listen to Kim interview me. Enjoy!I will have a recording with Kim being interviewed by me later this year.Have a look at Kim's Twitter @kaydacode and her online shop with many cool stickers and other items!Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Practical Core Data by Donny Wals Learn Core Data from the ground up using new and modern techniques.Practical Combine by Donny Wals Buy Donny’ book on combine and support my podcast. Now that’s a great deal.
It's been 2 weeks since my previous regular episode. I hope you liked my Indie Panel of last week.Some great articles over the past 2 weeks. In this episode I pick just a few of those.Mentioned links:What's new in Swift Package Manager in Swift 5.4 | FIVE STARSHow to observe NSManagedObject changes in Core Data using CombineHow To Upload Data To A Server: Multipart/Form-Data HTTP Requests in SwiftGetting Ready for App Tracking Transparency - Swift SenpaiDebugging Core DataSheet happens. Working with modal views in SwiftUI — TeletypeHow to design type safe RESTful APIs using Swift & Vapor? - The.Swift.Dev.iOS Feeds slot machineSwift Packages - Dependency Management of the Future - Learning SwiftDonny Monday MorningTwitter: AppForce1Become a pod fan of my podcastPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Practical Combine by Donny Wals Buy Donny’ book on combine and support my podcast. Now that’s a great deal.
Roxana is amazing. She's having loads of fun developing iOS apps for Monstarlab. In Dubai. It has been a while since she's seen rain. And she is working hard on creating content online on the topic of AR Kit. Also she is an advocate for inclusivity by leading the charge at Women in Tech Dubai.You can find Roxana online through her website: https://roxanajula.comOn Twitter, her handle there is RoxanaJula Roxana specifically asked me to mention the Borderless Engineering Conference.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Indie panel discussion

Indie panel discussion

2021-04-2601:53:20

It is King's Day tomorrow in the Netherlands. So national holidays, time for something completely different. A panel discussion. 6 people on a recording. What could possibly go wrong right?I'm withMalin and Kai. Their company is called Triple Glazed Studios. Their main product is called Orbit.Josh Holtz, maintainer of FastLane.tools and a couple OTTER great apps.Chris Vasselli, creator of Nihongo app, a modern Japanese dictionary and study toolLybron who responded to my shoutout on Twitter and was willing to join without any idea what he was getting himself into. He creates a HealthKit related app called Health Auto Export.Malin, Kai, Josh and Chris have been previous guests on my podcast.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Ting from China, moved through Arkansas to California. With the support of her parents, she made a huge leap of faith. And it does seem the Chinese year of the Ox is smiling upon her choices. With dedication and a free schedule, Ting did a full reset of her career as a CPA. She's  a self taught iOS software developer, now an associate software engineer at Quicken Loans.Ting on Twitter, follow her there to stay updated on any online events, like Chinese New Year and hackatons.The Testflight link to LittleThings.Please note. I left a lot of things unedited. This episode is the ultimate showcase of a guest and me having a lot of fun while creating the content.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Counting down the days

Counting down the days

2021-04-1908:57

The end is in sight. Roof is almost done. Meanwhile things keep on progressing. CocoaHeadsNL, Core Data workshop, new articles. An Apple event.In this week's episode:JavaScriptCore and Swift • Andy IbanezHow to Manage Photo Library Permission in iOS - Swift SenpaiBlur Effect in SwiftUI – SerialCoder.devWhat’s the difference between a singleton and a shared instance in Swift? – Donny WalsiOS Feeds - Latest articles from the iOS communityWriting your App’s Privacy Policy – Get On The StorePlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Practical Core Data by Donny Wals Learn Core Data from the ground up using new and modern techniques.Practical Combine by Donny Wals Buy Donny’ book on combine and support my podcast. Now that’s a great deal.Sendy, send newsletters, 100x cheaper A self hosted email newsletter, send emails via Amazon SES without sacrificing deliverability.
"Chemical Engineering?! Then how did you become a Software Engineer?"I asked Stephanie the above question. It involves shampoo and tooth paste. Only in 2018 Stephanie switched into iOS development. Now she works at PayPal.Stephanie's website on Tech Career CoachingStephanie on TwitterStephanie on LinkedINPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Practical Combine by Donny Wals Buy Donny’ book on combine and support my podcast. Now that’s a great deal.
Double framing things

Double framing things

2021-04-1211:28

Lots going on, skipped a week but published something cool. Some reflections on me, my home and other things.And lots of cool articles. Enjoy!This week's links:An introduction to working with Codable in Swift – Donny WalsCategory: Codable – Donny WalsLostMoa - Bringing Polymorphism to CodableInstantly parse JSON in any language | quicktypeDesigning API using Combine framework | Swift with MajidSwift.org - Introducing Swift CollectionsOrderedDictionary In New Swift Collections Swift PackageOrderedSet In New Swift Collections Swift PackageTextEditor in SwiftUI – SerialCoder.devPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
I met Jeremy on iOS Dev Happy Hour. Jeremy is ex U.S. armed forces and after his service life he eventually ended up as a software development manager and iOS developer. Jeremy has an interesting backstory and we will dig into his history and how he managed to end up where he is at right now.Jeremy on TwitterJeremy on LinkedinPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Malin and Kai, work and live together in Vancouver Canada. Their company is called Triple Glazed Studios. Their main product is called Orbit. They are two very enjoyable people to talk with and they have travelled around the world together. Listen in on our conversation and hear how they got started in tech and how they ended up where they are right now.Triple Glazed StudiosOrbitSydney CocoaHeadsVancouver XcodersPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Charlie is from a .net background. He switched into iOS app development and needed a practice project to work on. Dark Noise was born. Talk about an understatement, Dark Noise a "practice project".Charlie's websiteThe statistics about Dark Noise launchDark Noise appOverviewer appPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Hey there, the more I think about my podcast pivot, the more it grows on me. I look forward to starting work on it and see how it turns out. Meanwhile I am looking for waya to tune down on the monday evening podcast recording. Not sure yet how to do that, but it will happen at some point.Using Combine’s futures and subjects | Swift by SundellXcode Tips 💡 | The more you know… concurrency | kean.blogParse and Create URLs in SwiftDonny monday morning tweetPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Allen Whearry is the person organizing #iOSDevHappyhour. You should look that one up on Twitter if you haven't. Allen had an interesting journey into tech, he started with a psychology major and went through several sales roles before diving into tech. On this episode Allen and I take you through Allen's backstory.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
CLI, oh my...

CLI, oh my...

2021-03-2211:58

I launched. Wow! Also created a sweet little CLI util I am going to use on the next Swift Weekly Brief. After my book launch it is time to gather feedback and iterate a few times. Oh and let's not forget to also mention that rotten roof.Filip's Němeček iOS chat with me.Donny monday morning tweetChat with Jeroen Leenarts | iOS Chats by Filip NěmečekUsing pipes in Swift scripts · Jesse SquiresXcode UI testing reliability tips for iOS · Jesse SquiresCreating a Siri Shortcut | Swiftjective-CAutolayout vs Autoresizing Masks in SwiftHow to show and hide content with DisclosureGroup using SwiftUI | Kristaps GrinbergsThis CLI util I wrotePlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Sendy, send newsletters, 100x cheaper A self hosted email newsletter, send emails via Amazon SES without sacrificing deliverability.
Nedim is intresting. He is young. Only 17 years old when I interviewed him. He still has to properly start his career as a software developer. But even at his young age, he sounds to be ready to take on the world.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
A bit more personal stuff in this episode. Besides the regular articles I want to share with you my thoughts on a book launch, Swift Weekly Brief and the future of my podcast. This is the time to weigh in your thoughts. Also listen in for a special present I packaged into this episode.Memory layout in Swift - The.Swift.Dev.Randomness in Swift: Comprehensive overview | Filip NěmečekSwift Result Builders: The Basics You Need to Know! - Swift SenpaiMastering SwiftUI previews | Swift with MajidTuist scaffold: How to use the Tuist template to create a new module for an ongoing project | SarunwPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Jeroen Willemsen and I worked together on a security related mobile networking SDK. Based on that working history and Jeroen's work on the OWASP MSTG I wanted to get Jeroen on my podcast to talk about how to get started with mobile security testing on iOS.Topics mentioned in the episode:OWASP MSTG on GithubOWASP MASVS on GithubMSTG & MASVS info on owasp.orgPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Home remodel is upon my family. A lot of stuff planned, did some pre-recording. So no worries. There will be fresh content while this place is in shambles.Vincent's YouTube channelSwift Weekly Brief newsletterExploiting String Interpolation For Fun And For Profit | Dave DeLongUIMenu: Comprehensive guide | Filip NěmečekBe careful with Obj-C bridging in SwiftStatically-typed JSON payload in Swift | by Luis RecuencoQuick tips on embracing @ViewBuilder | Five StarsPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Here's to Vincent, he started a YouTube channel right about when I uploaded my very first episode. March 3 2021, he passed 2000 subscribers. And today, on March 5 we record for my podcast to celebrate this event.Vincent started with YouTubing due to the whole pandemic thing. This is one example of this horrible world event being an example of starting change in one iOS developer's life. And by extention, though his tutorial videos, who knows how many positive change his choice to record might bring.Success is best when shared. So Vincent, I wish you good luck on your YouTube journey and many more successful milestone passed.Vincent works at Worldline. <- People managing Vincent there, support him on his YouTube journey as much as you can. It'll be great, I promise.Vincent's YouTube ChannelHis live event with Anastasiia VoitovaMy podcast episode with Anastasiia.Conferences mentioned:NSSPainAppDevconSwiftConfdotSwiftiOS Conf SGFrench KitFor good measure I am mentioning "the" conference I have the most affiliation with. Do iOS.Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)
Daniel Jalkut owns and runs Red Sweater Software. He also hosts the Core Intuition podcast together with Manton Reece.Daniel was an Apple employee at some point during his career. In this episode we go through his experience starting and growing as a software developer.Links from this episode:Red Sweater SoftwareCore Intuition PodcastMicro.blog by Manton ReeceDo iOS conferenceDaniel's talk at Do iOSPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.Send me feedback on SpeakPipeOr contact me through twitterMy website appforce1.netNewsletter, sign up!Podcast PartyMy book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)Practical Core Data by Donny Wals Learn Core Data from the ground up using new and modern techniques.
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