48 episodes of Waiting for Review since the first episode, which aired on January 25, 2017.
Episode 8: The future of computing...
March 16th, 2017 | 33 mins 18 secs
iPads and marketing: we discuss the iPad and it's place within our lives and development, and is marketing always the last thing for an indie to develop?
Episode 7: Am I a designer yet?
March 9th, 2017
30 mins 36 secs
apple, design, developer, indie, ios, mac, tech
This week we explore our processes for designing our apps, and (as a couple of nerdy devs) ask ourselves if we can be called 'designers'?
Episode 6: The balancing act
March 2nd, 2017
57 mins 24 secs
app store optimisation, balance, balancing act, burn out, dev, developer, development, iap, indie, ios, job, life, work
The push and pull of daily life vs indie development vs a day job can be tricky... We discuss tactics for managing the balancing act and navigating burn out
Episode 5: We don't need no education
February 23rd, 2017
45 mins 43 secs
2017, bsc, career, college, degree, development, headphones, higher education, indie, ios, noise cancelling, san jose, university, wwdc
Is a degree necessary for life as an iOS indie? We discuss the effect of higher education on our careers, and our progression in the world of indie development.
Episode 4: Back to the Mac (Part 2) ... ?
February 16th, 2017
29 mins 59 secs
app store, dev, development, indie, ios, mac, macos, trusted computing
A rumour presents a possible future for macOS. A loss of control for users and devs, or a brilliant potential for indie devs on the platform?
Episode 3: Leaving your jobby job
February 9th, 2017
51 mins 23 secs
amazon echo, app, apple music, development, gitlab, iap, indie, ios, jobby job, niche, outage, spotify, survey, video mixing
A bumper episode discussing data outages and mistakes, music subscriptions, surveying customers, and Dave N discusses leaving his jobby job!
Episode 2: Internet famous now!
February 2nd, 2017
33 mins 7 secs
app store, customer feedback, ios, itunes connect, reviews, support
The Daves discuss customer feedback, prompting for App Store reviews and the forthcoming capability of developers to reply to reviews. Just don't mention the iTunes Connect App!