Kevin Harwood (twitter github blog) Jaim Zuber (twitter Sharp Five Software) Ben Scheirman (twitter github blog NSSreencast) Andrew Madsen (twitter github blog) Pete Hodgson (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
02:44 – Does iOS7’s NSURLSession obviate the need for AFNetworking?
03:20 – SSL Pinning
Charles Multiple Certificates
08:09 – Reachability
10:24 – Is AFNetworking 2.0 based of NSURLConnection?
11:52 – Serialization
12:18 – Session Manager
15:59 – Using AFNetworking
18:11 – AFNetworking and iOS7
20:46 – Prefetching
22:00 – Contributors
22:37 – The three20 Library
Category Methods BlocksKit
30:53 – Managing a Large iOS Open-Source Library
Mattt Thompson @mattt Mutual Mobile
34:00 – Submitting a Feature to Mattt
Macintosh Software Business (Yahoo Group) (Andrew) Low -- Christmas (Jaim) Awful Recruiters (Ben) backup (Ben) Three Africans Coffee (Ben) The Mute Button in Gmail (Pete) P2 Magazine (Pete) Chasin’ Freshies: a fresh hop IPA from Deschutes (Pete) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Chuck) AFHARchiver (Kevin) Bamboo (Kevin)
Streaming with Chris Adamson
PETE: I actually don’t [unintelligible] that much.
BEN: But you are British. You have to.
PETE: Yeah. I’m a traitor to my nation. I also don’t watch football that much. And that’s why I use ‘football’, not ‘soccer’.
CHUCK: Hey everybody and welcome to episode 33 of the iPhreaks Show. This week on our panel, we have Jaim Zuber.
JAIM: Hello from Minneapolis.
CHUCK: Ben Scheirman. Andrew Madsen.
ANDREW: Hi from Salt Lake City.
CHUCK: Pete Hodgson.
PETE: Hello from my pajamas.
CHUCK: I’m Charles Max Wood from devchat.tv, with a real quick announcement: if you are interested in learning Ruby on Rails, my Rails Ramp Up course; if you buy it at the beginning of the year… actually, I´ll give you a few days. If you buy it by January 4th, you can get 30% off. You can get that on railsrampup.com
We also have a special guess, and that’s Kevin Harwood.
KEVIN: Hey guys, from Austin, Texas.
CHUCK: Is it snowing in Austin?
KEVIN: It’s actually 79 degrees right now. I think the high, it gets up 75 today. So it’s a nice day here in Austin.
ANDREW: That sounds nice.
JAIM: Not bad. So you are an Auburn guy?
KEVIN: I am. It was a pretty good weekend. Me and Tim Cook had a lot to cheer for on Saturday.
JAIM: I can sense the glow all the way through the internet.
KEVIN: I haven’t stopped grinning since Saturday evening.
JAIM: Yeah, that Auburn virus really infected my timeline. Really, the only person on my timeline that was tweeting anything other than football was John Siracusa and he was talking about TVs or something.
PETE: I totally tune out whenever time it is that people tweet about this. I think it’s like Sundays or Mondays or something. I get quite annoyed with Twitter and I just stopped using because I don’t know, they are talking about touchdowns and basket hoops or something. I don’t know. It’s all very confusing to me.
KEVIN: I’m actually hoping Twitter releases some statistic like they do, like a super bowl halftime show or something and see if we can see an impact from that game and see the usage spike on Twitter.
PETE: Someone should do some sentiment analysis on Twitter, where they like to find out… that would be really cool actually to map like…
JAIM: Didn’t Apple buy a company that does that?
JAIM: Yeah, for like 200 million. What was it called, Topsy? Isn’t that what they did?
KEVIN: Yeah, I think so.
PETE: You are telling me I just came up a 200 million dollar idea?
I’m not going to tell you guys my other ideas.