WWDC Spectacular (Part 1) with Peter Witham
In the first part of this two part episode, Leo talks again with Peter Witham about WWDC 2020, whether it will happen, how a remote WWDC would work, remote work in general. In the next episode we'll be following up on the March Apple hardware updates.
- CompileSwift - Episode 20 - iPad gets a cursor
- CompileSwift - Episode 10 - Apple Release Cycles
- Episode 35: SwiftUI - The Good, the Bad, and the Benefits
- Episode 34: Server-Side Swift with Tim Condon
- Episode 29: Managing iOS Development with Peter Witham
- Episode 20: WWDC 2019 - Mac Development with Daniel Jalkut
- Episode 10: Business and IT Applications
- Episode 7: Apple 2019
- Here’s how the iPad’s new trackpad actually works - The Verge
- Vapor – Deep Dive Guide into Setup and Deployment for Heroku and Ubuntu
- Swift Playground Book
- Specialize in helping businesses build apps for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch
- 10 years of experience developing for a variety of Apple platform
- Helping dev shops which lack experience with Apple platforms and Swift
- Do you have a product or service which can target our ever growing community of developers as well as technology and business leaders?
Remote Working From Home
- Having to work home with everyone at home
- Having a dedicated office
- Livestreaming vs. Conference Calls
- Having a schedule
- Sharing your work schedule on the family calendar
- Will WWDC be cancelled this year?
- How can they produce video for the conference?
- How does a remote conference?
- Does this year have a Marzipan?
- Refinements for iOS, macOS, etc...?
- Any opening of other services (messaging)?
- What happened to Apple TV+?
- Where is Apple in the server or cloud?
- What's going to be the plan for the iPhone?
- Swift UI 2.0?
- What's the future of Catalyst?
- More Independence for the watchOS?
- more Independence for iPadOS 😄
- More Machine Learning ...
- What's the ARKit Demo? AR Conference?
- Swift Playgrounds on the Mac
- Xcode on the iPad?
"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
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