Scaling and Security with Jeroen Leenarts
In this episode, Leo talks with Jeroen Leenarts of the AppForce1 podcast about he's learned this year being a lead developer and how he thinks teams can improve the scalability and security of their apps. He also talks about his year running a Cocoaheads meetup and starting podcast with all challenges of 2020.
- AppForce1 - Special: Leo Dion
- Episode 70 - Maintaining & Migrating with Antoine van der Lee - Part 2
- Episode 65 - Understanding Git with Ben Chatelain
- Episode 47 - Practical Combine with Donny Wals
- Episode 42 - Patterns and Practices for Scalable Apps
- Episode 12 - iOS Developer Interviews with Alex Bush
- iOS Developer Happy Hour by Allen W
- AppForce1 Podcast
- The Manager's Path: A Guide for Tech Leaders Navigating Growth and Change by Camille Fournier
- Swift Packages - Dependency Management of the Future (NSSpain 2020) by Leo Dion
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Working in 2020 and 2021
- Why do podcasts in 2020 and 2021?
- Running a Cocoaheads in 2020
- Networking in 2020
- Working from Home
- Writing a Book in 2021
Dealing with Complexity in Your Code Base
- Dealing with Large Teams
- Keeping Your App Secure
- Using the Keychain properly
- How does ATS work
- Dealing with Isolation and Repetition
- Transitioning through Objective-C, Swift, and SwiftUI
"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)