May 22nd, 2018 | 1 hr 1 min
On today's episode I interview Sam Jarman. Sam is an iOS developer at the Bank of New Zealand and it's his first job writing production Swift code. We discuss his transition from Objective-C to Swift and compare and contrast the two languages.
May 15th, 2018 | 1 hr 8 mins
On today's episode I interview Emmanuel Haroutunian. After horribly butchering his name (it's pronounced HARROW-TOON-YUN) we talk about resources that helped him land his first iOS developer job as well as common pitfalls we all face when learning new concepts.
May 7th, 2018 | 49 mins 42 secs
On today's episode I interview Sid Verma, a full-time Technical Support Engineer and CS Student who somehow also has time to work on his startup project Twine. We discuss his background, musings on Swift and iOS tutorials, and what it's like growing a project from one developer to many.
May 1st, 2018 | 47 mins 5 secs
Ladies and Gents, we are back! In this first episode of season 2 I catch you up with what I have been up to. I talk about the inventory application I worked on to aid in my annual inventory, two projects that I open-sourced, imposter syndrome, and my plans for the show going forward.
January 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 32 mins
On Today's episode, I interview Marc Aupont (again!). When I first spoke with Marc in Episode 2, he was in the process of finding a job as an iOS developer. His job hunt ended in success and he is now employed as an iOS developer with YouMap.
This will be the end of Season 1 of The Learn Swift Podcast. I am expecting my first child very soon, and will return in approximately 6 weeks. Thank you to everyone that has liked, listened, subscribed, and rated the podcast this first season!
January 8th, 2018 | 53 mins 29 secs
On Today's episode, I interview David Okun. David is a Developer Advocate for IBM Cloud Services using Node and Swift. He recently released a tutorial titled Writing Reusable Frameworks on LinkedInLearning (formerly known as Lynda). He also recently released version 1.0 of his open source project named Lumina that allows developers to easily integrate CoreML models with the camera.
January 1st, 2018 | 52 mins 37 secs
On Today’s episode, I interview Graeme Sheppard. Graeme is a high school physics teacher in Thailand who has released numerous sticker packs and two apps on the app store. He is currently working on an app he calls "Working Class" to aid teachers in their day-to-day workflows.
December 18th, 2017 | 57 mins 2 secs
On Today’s episode, I interview Igor Kulman. Igor is a former Windows Phone developer in Prague, who switched to iOS development after the death of the Windows Phone and is currently working on a native re-write of his organization’s Titanium-based app.
December 11th, 2017 | 59 mins 7 secs
On today's episode, I interview Bashir Sentongo. Bashir is a computer science student at the University of Surrey near London, and is learning Swift and iOS development in his free time.
December 4th, 2017 | 1 hr 3 mins
On today’s episode, we continue with Part II of the Bart Jacobs interview. Last week we discussed Bart’s background and the four Swift patterns he swears by, which include name spacing in Swift, dependency injection, value types, and mvvm. In this episode, Bart and I discuss his four books, Mastering Core Data with Swift, Mastering MVVM with Swift, Autolayout Fundamentals, and the Missing Manual for Swift Development.