Live interviews at Social Policy in San Jose, with first impressions from Curtis Hurbert, Joe Cieplinski, and Kaya Thomas.
Packing, preparation, and logistical tips for a happy, healthy, and productive WWDC.
The challenge of trying to form a union or other collective action group for developers.
Considering accessibility as part of usability, and testing with the most common iOS accessibility APIs.
Whether you need one of the new .app domains, and the ramifications of Microsoft's lower app-store commissions.
Lessons from Android's success, hot new things from past WWDCs that didn't pan out, and trying to improve or avoid social problems with our apps.
Planning out our apps before writing any code, deciding which ideas NOT to pursue, a converged "Marzipan" world, and accessibility.
In our third Q&A episode, we address the many questions we received about running servers.
Our second-ever Q&A episode, including questions on React Native, reusable code vs. duplication, learning beyond Hello World, and the art of packing lightly for travel.
The fast drop-off of typical usage over time, and how to improve our customer-retention rates.