Waiting for Review

Waiting for Review

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The musings of two independent iOS app developers
92: The Future of a Paid Up Front App
Oct 18 • 39 min
Lifting the lid on the pro’s and con’s of remaining paid up front, pricing an upgrade, and how to target an app’s niche set of customers. Dave Wood is commencing work on creating version 2.0 of his video mxing app, GoVJ. With nearly 2 years of ideas and…
91: A Boom Arm in My Life
Oct 11 • 42 min
Dave Wood ponders a mic boom arm, both of us are on the fence about dark mode and we discuss the “Marzipan apps” within macOS Mojave. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
90: Not Everything Has to be a Product
Oct 4 • 42 min
This week, we talk about how we shouldn’t feel the need to turn every side project into a money making idea. We also check in with Dave Wood and discuss his iPhone buying options. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0…
89: iOS 12
Sep 27 • 26 min
The new iOS landed last week, but why is it so hard to pin down what we love about iOS 12? Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
88: Privacy Policies
Sep 20 • 17 min
With Apple now requiring that we add privacy policies to our apps, we discuss how we might navigate this as indie developers, and unwrap our thoughts on privacy in the new age of GDPR. Links: * Apple Privacy policy announcement * SnapThread Privacy Policy…
87: Watch out, iPhone!
Sep 15 • 45 min
The new iPhones have landed, but did the Watch steal the show? We discuss the new devices and what they mean to us as both users and developers. Join us, for Waiting For Review! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0…
86: And one more leak…
Sep 6 • 31 min
We discuss the iPhone XS leaks and potential devices ahead of Apple’s September 12th event. With so much assumedly known, will it be worth Dave W getting out of bed for, or could there be surprises yet to be had? Links: * Music by Broke For Free *…
85: Revisiting App Architectures
Aug 30 • 30 min
It was nearly a year ago that we were last discussing app architectures. A year on, and (hopefully) a year wiser, what more do we have to say about them… is there one architecture to rule them all? Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United…
84: Shiney New Macs (maybe…)
Aug 23 • 30 min
Dave Nott has a clear out and starts thinking of selling everything to get a new MacBook Pro. Rumors are breaking that a new Mac Mini might be on the horizon, along with a replacement for the 13″ MacBook Air. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution…
83: Racing Your Ideas
Aug 16 • 25 min
This week, we catch up with how Dave Nott has gotten on with his unveiling of “Project Synapse” and discuss how to manage having multiple app ideas. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
82: So Many Zeros
Aug 10 • 24 min
This week, we take a look at the quaterly earnings from Apple that came in last week. We try and make sense of what it means for us as one man indie dev shops, and where we think things might be headed in the longer term. Links: * Music by Broke For Free…
81: Commandline vs. GUI
Aug 2 • 22 min
In this episode we come back to a discussion that started a few weeks ago. Dave Nott finds frustration in the command line, and Dave Wood spends some time there on a daily basis. We explore our differences in opinion, and the potential future of the…
80: The end of the line?
Jul 24 • 44 min
Apple updated the Macbook Pro, but do the current machines represent the end of the line? Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
79: Re-evaluating Workflows
Jul 19 • 22 min
After shutting up shop on Root-Digital, Dave Nott is re-evaluating his workflow and arrangements when working on two devices. Navigating the balancing act between synchronisation, backups and jumping between machines isn’t always easy, but does iCloud…
78: Apple TV Relevance
Jul 12 • 34 min
This week, we take a look at the Apple TV and ask if it’s still relevant in the current landscape of competing products, what unique selling points it has, and the new unique selling points it could have. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0…
77: A Tough Call
Jul 5 • 25 min
This week we have a somewhat heartfelt episode as Dave Nott shuts up the indie shop with his company and apps at Root Digital. Dave gets into what has driven this decision, and what is coming next. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United…
76: Languages and free trials
Jun 28 • 32 min
In the first half of this episode we discuss Swift vs. Objective C and the wider community debate between the two. Is Swift a difficult language, and should new projects be started in anything other than Swift in 2018? In the second half we get stuck into…
75: Mac Hardware
Jun 21 • 27 min
This week, we’re a bit overloaded with WWDC so we take a break and talk about Mac hardware, timely, as Dave Nott seems to have fallen down the hackintosh rabbit hole! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
74: Performance, Marzipan & Siri
Jun 14 • 30 min
Continuing on from last week’s WWDC special, we take a deeper dive into three big parts of the WWDC keynote – performance, Marzipan and Siri Shortcuts. We consider what these developments will mean for the platform and users, and the impacts and…
73: WWDC Reaction
Jun 4 • 31 min
Recorded just minutes after the keynote finished, we jump in to discuss our first thoughts and reactions to the WWDC keynote. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
72: ‘Twas the week before WWDC
May 31 • 38 min
WWDC is coming next week. We get into what we like about Xcode and the platform today, and what we’d love to see unfold at next week’s event in San Jose! Join us for Waiting For Review. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC…
71: Google IO… Is the grass greener?
May 24 • 22 min
This week we steer slightly out of the Apple arena, and take a look at Google IO through the lens of iOS/Apple developers and diehards. There’s a lot to like in Google’s offerings, but is the grass always greener? Links: * Google IO in 14 minutes (The…
70: How We Learn
May 17 • 30 min
After a quick detour into VR and AR, we take a look at how we both learn, what our methods are, and we each came to find our own approaches to developing and maintaining our knowledge. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC…
69: Marzi-what?
May 10 • 25 min
It seems there’s some doubt as to whether Marzipan will be here this WWDC – in light of these rumors along with murmers of a new delcarative UI framework, we dive into what it could mean for writing cross platform apps. Links: * Music by Broke For Free *…
68: Architecting a New App
May 3 • 35 min
Dave Nott is planning his new app, and it’s time to think about functionality, data models, and set up. We discuss some of the technical challenges ahead, and some of the questions that a developer should consider when starting a green field iOS project.…
67: User Data
Apr 26 • 19 min
With new legislation coming into force next month, we pause and discuss how we plan to adapt and how we feel about data collection in general. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
66: Shut it down?
Apr 19 • 29 min
A therapy session for Dave Nott as we discuss how he may shut up shop, calling it a day for Root Digital, and what his plans are for making a comeback! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
65: Arm Macs
Apr 12 • 28 min
With rumors of arm based macs coming as soon as 2020, we discuss what that means for the Mac platform, where Marzipan fits in and we start to think how an all new “macOS” could play a role. And what show would be complete without us getting talking about…
64: The New iPad
Apr 5 • 33 min
With the education event having been and gone, we discuss the new iPad with pencil support, where we see the iPad Pro in light of the announcment, and discuss Apple’s approach to the educational market. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0…
63: Lets meet in the middle (WWDC)
Mar 29 • 30 min
We discuss past desktop machines, mac minis and cheese grater mac pros, before diving into WWDC and the experience of it. Should developers go? We weigh up the pro’s and con’s and what it would mean to us personally to be there! Links: * Music by Broke…
62: Someone Else’s Problem
Mar 22 • 43 min
Developing apps independently can mean taking on a variety of responsibilities. We discuss services that you might want to hand off, and turn into “Someone Else’s Problem(™)” ! Apple is having their “Lets take a field trip” media event on March 27. This…
61: 10 Years of the SDK
Mar 15 • 32 min
It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years. This week we reflect on what we were doing when the SDK was announced and how we initially got into the world of iOS development. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
60: Mac OS 11?
Mar 8 • 43 min
It’s easy to think of Mac OS as a solved problem. We would disagree. This week we discuss what we think is lacking in Mac OS and what we’d like to see from a new, rethought OS, both as users, and developers. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution…
59: Native Apps, Please
Mar 1 • 37 min
Dave Nott plugs in a USB hard drive, Dave Wood goes for a 10k run and we get angry at the YouTube Apple TV App and Twitter for killing their Mac App. Business as usual! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
58: The Mac Pro
Feb 22 • 27 min
What form will the new Mac Pro take? Will it really be as upgradable as we’re all hoping? Is it the right machine for an indie developer in light of the recent iMac Pro? There is much to discuss! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United…
57: Emojigate
Feb 15 • 36 min
Apps getting rejected for using emoji, a catch up on our new apps and Dave Nott has an identity crisis! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
56: ARKit 1.5
Feb 8 • 20 min
After a brief detour of how we manage our Twitter presence, we discuss the next iteration of AR Kit. We ask how we see the technology evolving, and how Apple can help get it in the hands of more people. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0…
55: How We Make The Show
Feb 1 • 49 min
A year in, we give a glimpse at how we produce the show (especially with Dave Wood being in New Zealand!) and discuss how we would like to see the show and its surrounging community evolve. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States…
54: App Store Search
Jan 25 • 36 min
A mini therapy session for Dave Nott as he’s having trouble being found via the app store search. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
53: Marzipan
Jan 18 • 27 min
We discuss Marzipan, a rumoured new way to develop universal apps for iOS and macOS. We walk through what this could mean for the industry as a whole, and more specifically, for our own apps. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United…
52: Programming Your Way Out Of Design
Jan 11 • 30 min
With the news of Spectre, Meltdown and the battery slowdown “scandal” breaking since we last spoke, we touch on our thoughts. Meanwhile, we’ve both been working on getting started with our new app ideas. Dave Wood explains his idea that he’s going to be…
51: New Year, New Apps
Jan 4 • 28 min
As 2018 rolls in, we discuss app ideas we have and how we plan to make them during the first part of 2018. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
50: Our Year in Review
Dec 28, 2017 • 28 min
As 2017 draws to a close, we take stock and discuss what 2017 had in store for us personally. Both of us have made major changes to our lives this year and we unpack what it means for us personally, and our indie projects. Links: * Music by Broke For Free…
49: Highs and Lows of 2017 Tech
Dec 21, 2017 • 45 min
As 2017 draws to a close, we reflect on the highs and lows of the tech industry during 2017. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
48: Search Ads Basic
Dec 14, 2017 • 23 min
It wasn’t long ago that we discussed search ads, but in the last week or so, Apple have released a new product called “Search Ads Basic” aimed at helping developers run ads, without needing to worry about managing their campaign. We discuss how we think…
47: A bad week for some…
Dec 7, 2017 • 39 min
Apple has a bad week with two high profile bugs hitting macOS and iOS, and Dave Nott finally gets a new iPhone X! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
46: Search Ads: Round Two
Nov 30, 2017 • 33 min
Since trying search ads earlier in the year, Dave Nott has another go at it and shares what he learnt. He’s also made a YouTube video and replaced his laptop battery. Dave Wood has questions on it all! Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0…
45: Shifting Gears
Nov 23, 2017 • 24 min
This week we discuss how we shift gears, know when we’re done on a project and how we can improve our efficiency when in the depths of a larger project. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
44: When To Ask For Money
Nov 16, 2017 • 40 min
In light of Dave Nott shipping a substantial update to one of his apps, which includes a change in business model, this week the discussion turns to how we ask our users for money and how this can vary between apps. Links: * Music by Broke For Free *…
43: iPhone X Hands On
Nov 9, 2017 • 47 min
Dave Nott went to an Apple Store, Dave Wood got to see one at work. This week, the discussion is all about iPhone X. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
42: State of the Mac
Nov 2, 2017 • 30 min
This week, we discuss how we feel the Mac is doing - both in terms of software, in light of High Sierra and in terms of Hardware - spoiler, we’re very excited about the new Mac Pro!Links:Music by Broke For FreeAttribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US)
41: The Skills We Lack
Oct 26, 2017 • 33 min
Being an indie developer requires more than coding something and shipping it to the App Store. In the case of us both, it soon became clear that there were a range of skills required that extend way beyond writing code, this week, we unpack the skills we…
40: Voice Assistants & Home Automation
Oct 19, 2017 • 38 min
Home Automation is interesting area right now. With Apple soon to enter the market and Amazon having announced a whole new range of Echo’s, we try to unpack it all and ask what we’d really want from a HomePod or an Amazon Echo. Links: * Music by Broke For…
39: Apple Watch Thoughts
Oct 12, 2017 • 43 min
With new Apple Watch hardware getting out into the wild, along with a new version of watchOS, we ask ourselves where the device fits in our personal lives, and how we’re seeing it as a platform for our apps. Links: * Music by Broke For Free * Attribution…
38: App Architecture
Oct 5, 2017 • 25 min
With Dave Wood having taken up a new job as a full time iOS Developer, he’s been exposed to a lot of new technologies which got us thinking – what is the best way to architect our apps – we discuss Viper, MVVM and good ol’ MVC. If you would like to come…
37: iPhone 8 Hands On
Sep 28, 2017 • 43 min
Dave Nott takes a trip to the Apple Store for some hands on time with the iPhone 8 and iPhone Plus. Dave Wood has been using the iPhone X in the simulator and has some thoughts…and Dave Nott has a new side project to announce Links: * Music by Broke For…
36: Ex…wait, no…Ten
Sep 21, 2017 • 50 min
With the keynote having been and gone we’ve had some time to reflect on things, this week we discuss our thoughts and opinions on each product that was announced at the keynote. Dave Nott still doesn’t know whether to join the plus club! Links: * Music by…
35: Thoughts on iOS 11
Sep 14, 2017 • 26 min
Putting the new phones to one side (more on that soon!), we discuss the software that will be running on them and how we feel it will improve our experience with our devices from a user perspective and as developers. Links: * Music by Broke For Free *…
34: BONUS EPISODE (Spoiler Alert): Post Leak / Pre Keynote Discussion
Sep 11, 2017 • 18 min
SPOILER ALERT! Recorded Sunday 10th September, we discuss how things stand before Tuesdays keynote in light of the recent GM leak.
33: State of the Apple TV
Sep 7, 2017 • 27 min
When the current generation Apple TV launched, it was pitched that the future of TV is apps, nearly two years on, we reflect on how that has unfolded, how our own apps may (or may not) lend themselves to the Apple TV and how it’s changed how we watch…
32: Setting Up Shop
Aug 31, 2017 • 29 min
Setting up shop as an indie developer can be a daunting prospect, especially if like us, you have had no prior experience in “business”. This week, we dive into how we each went from curious developers playing with iOS development to getting setup as…
31: As First Days Go…
Aug 24, 2017 • 43 min
Dave Wood has started his new job as a full time iOS developer in New Zealand. We discuss his first day, how he’s settling in and most importantly – his brand new 15 inch MacBook Pro! Meanwhile, Dave Nott is considering ditching his iMac… Also, we now…
30: “The Notch”
Aug 17, 2017 • 48 min
With each week comes more mockups of what the iPhone 8 (?) could look like – this week we discuss various ways that the notch could affect how our UI’s work, and what choices we may make in our own apps as a result. Also, Dave Nott has been busy on a new…
29: Don’t call it FaceID…
Aug 10, 2017 • 42 min
In light of what we’ve learned about the upcoming iPhones, we discuss our thoughts surrounding the potential lack of Touch ID, how ‘the notch’ might work from a development stand point…and have a quick catch up with Dave Wood to see how things are going…
28: Working Environments
Aug 3, 2017 • 40 min
Dave Wood is now in New Zealand and Dave Nott is working more from home. Besides catching up with Dave W after the long journey, we dive into what that means for our working environments both in the short term, and the long term. An of course, Dave Nott…
27: Dave’s shiny new 10.5 inch iPad Pro
Jul 27, 2017 • 40 min
As this episode is being published, Dave Wood is airborne, on his way to start a new life with his family in New Zealand. Very best wishes to Dave and the family on what is set to be an incredible adventure. Dave has also been adventuring into the world…
26: Moving to New Zealand!
Jul 20, 2017 • 40 min
Dave Wood and his family are moving to New Zealand! It’s the realisation of a dream Dave and his family have had for some time now. Join us as we discuss how this came to be, and what this means for Dave and his family. Links: * Music by Broke For Free *…
25: Interview with Ajay from Inspect
Jul 13, 2017 • 70 min
We’re doing something a little special this week, a few weeks ago we were guests on Inspect, hosted by Ajay Karwal, we chatted tech, wwdc and how we produce our podcasts, you can hear it right here. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Inspect yet,…
24: Subscriptions vs Freemium vs Paid Up Front
Jul 6, 2017 • 43 min
Business models are always interesting to dissect. With more apps opting to pursue a subscription based business model, we ask ourselves how we see that fitting in with the apps we currently offer. Dave Nott also gets upset about the lack of free trials…
23: Interview with Ish and Heidi Helen (Part 2)
Jun 29, 2017 • 27 min
Join us for part two of our interview with Ish and Heidi Helen as we discuss WWDC, AR Kit and the new 10.5 inch iPad Pro (among other things!). Our thanks to Ish and Heidi for joining us. Also, we now have a Slack Channel for the show. If you’d like to…
22: Interview with Ish and Heidi Helen (Part 1)
Jun 22, 2017 • 28 min
We discuss their indie apps, how they met and coordinated their business online in separate continents across the Pacific Ocean, and much more. Settle in for an episode of Waiting for Review, with Dave Nott and Dave Wood! Also, we now have a Slack Channel…
21: Get the iPad Dave, you know you want to
Jun 15, 2017 • 37 min
Xcode got some serious attention at this years WWDC and we couldn’t be happier, we dive into some of technologies announced at WWDC including AR Kit and of course, no show would be complete without Dave Nott bringing up the 12″ MacBook! Links: * Music by…
20: WWDC Roundup
Jun 8, 2017 • 52 min
A lot came out of the keynote on Monday. Dave Nott got his 12 inch MacBook, Dave Wood got his 10.5 inch iPad Pro among all the other things that were announced. Join us this week as we go through the keynote and discuss what the different announcements…
19: WWDC Hopes and Dreams
Jun 1, 2017 • 42 min
WWDC is always an exciting time of year, it’s an important time for us indie developers as it could largely dictate the direction we take with our own apps. This week, we talk about the things we’d love to see come out of the keynote on Monday - some…
18: Data vs “Instinct”
May 25, 2017 • 44 min
As indie developers, we’ve found it’s easy to fall down a rabbit hole when it comes to adding features and making changes to your app. This week, we discuss how we can make use of analytics tools to help us make more informed, data driven decisions.…
17: Exploring Search Ads
May 18, 2017 • 37 min
Having had a chance to play with Search Ads, the two Dave’s regroup to discuss their experience and how they see Search Ads fitting into the marketing of their indie apps. Possible new business models are also on the horizon. Dave Nott considers an ad…
16: “The Last developer in the Room” With Special Guest Stephen Biggerstaff
May 11, 2017 • 40 min
A very special episode where we are joined by Stephen Biggerstaff, an iOS developer from Glasgow, Scotland. Among other topics of conversation, Stephen talks us through his journey of how he came to be an iOS developer, shares a little about his own apps…
15: Storyboarding vs Programmatic
May 4, 2017 • 32 min
This week, we discuss the pros and cons of using storyboards vs taking a programmatic approach. Is there room for the best of both worlds? In our second half we explore of how to present ourselves online, as Indies, companies and professional individuals.…
14: Stepping out of our comfort zones
Apr 27, 2017 • 41 min
This week we dive into the latest iPhone 8 rumours (if it’s even called that!) and discuss how we’re both having to step outside of our comfort zones. Dave Wood is busy on the job hunt, trying to find work in New Zealand while Dave Nott is hard at work…
13: Working hard
Apr 20, 2017 • 44 min
Dave Wood starts working at http://swipeandtap.co.uk whilst continuing his job-hunt in New Zealand, and really loves it. Meanwhile, Dave Nott is doing the literal leg-work needed get his web consultancy off to the best start. It can’t all be Xcode and…
12: I thought it was an April fools’
Apr 13, 2017 • 48 min
News so good, we thought it was an April Fools’ joke! In this episode we discuss the news that broke on http://daringfireball.net/2017/04/the_mac_pro_lives and elsewhere on April the 4th… Apple are making a new Mac Pro! We discuss what this means for the…
11: Vacation Time
Apr 6, 2017 • 2 min
We took our vacations on consecutive weeks, and so our weekly schedule ended up being broken. Despite this, we’ve a quick message this week from Dave Wood, and we’ll be back to our regular weekly slot next week. We’d love to receive iTunes reviews of the…
10: iPhone Whatever / iPad SE
Mar 30, 2017 • 43 min
Apple released several new products with a fairly quiet announcement. We discuss these and what they say about the apple eco-system as a whole. Dave Wood dreams about the Mac Pro Cube, and Dave Nott expresses his hopes for a greater Siri experience. Join…
9: The juggle is real
Mar 23, 2017 • 48 min
Dave Wood enters the world of Upwork and contracting, whilst Dave Nott is starting out with his first contracts for his web development company. We discuss changing plans to pursue goals, finding the balance between our indie businesses and contract work,…
8: The future of computing…
Mar 16, 2017 • 33 min
This week we discuss the iPad and it’s place within our lives and development. Does the iPad represent the future of computing or is it simply a holding position as a larger consumption device? Is marketing always the last things to be developed? As…
7: Am I a designer yet?
Mar 9, 2017 • 30 min
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’? Join us, for Waiting for Review Dave Nott can be found on twitter at @_davenott Dave Wood can be found at…
6: The balancing act
Mar 2, 2017 • 57 min
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. The show starts by catching up with Dave Nott and his recent changes to his IAP options in his app.…
5: We don’t need no education
Feb 23, 2017 • 45 min
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. Meanwhile WWDC is coming to San Jose in 2017 and Dave Nott discovers the world of noise…
4: Back to the Mac (Part 2) … ?
Feb 16, 2017 • 30 min
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? Dave Wood discusses moving an Objective C codebase over to Swift 3, and the complications he has in order to use…
3: Leaving your jobby job
Feb 9, 2017 • 51 min
In just under an hour, Dave Wood and Dave Nott discuss: * The gitlab data outage and their personal experiences of being in that sort of hot seat * The Amazon Echo and music subscription choices * Surveying customers for a niche product * Tweaking an…
2: Internet famous now!
Feb 2, 2017 • 33 min
From side-gigging to full time. In Waiting For Review, David Nott and David Wood explore their journeys in the world of independent iOS development. In this episode, the Daves discuss customer feedback, prompting for App Store reviews and the forthcoming…
1: Episode 1
Jan 25, 2017 • 48 min
From side-gigging to full time, both Daves explore their journeys in the world of independent iOS development