We didn't think we had anything to talk about, but then we discovered unit testing and version control.
Recognizing three groups that only partially overlap, and how to prioritize the feedback we get from them.
How we'd improve the Apple Watch by "spending" the power-efficiency gains likely to come in the next hardware update.
Facing the tough decisions when you know, in your heart, that it's time.
Our makeshift travel-work setups, and managing expectations about how much and what types of work you'll get done while traveling.
As the dust settles on an overwhelming WWDC 2019, we figure out what we should tackle first.
What we hope to see at WWDC 2019 in Apple's APIs and developer tools.
As WWDC 2019 approaches, we review the major changes announced in WWDC 2018 and how they've actually played out over the past year.
The advantages of switching from semantic versioning to a sequential calendar-based system with no semantic implications, and the different marketing mindset it brings.
Launch day for David's new app, CalZones!