iPhreaks

Hosted ByAlex Bush, Charles Max Wood

The show where iOS and Swift developers join forces to grow developer careers, discuss the iOS development tools, practices, and technologies, and participate in the iOS development community.


All Episodes

iPS 309: Rewriting The Dashlane App with Rew Islam

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Steve and Alex chat with Rew Islam who manages the Apple and Android engineers at Dashlane. He shares how tech debt affects...

iPS 308: SwiftUI Design Patterns with Mohammad Azam

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Azam and Chuck sit down and talk about the Reactive programming patterns and MVVM that go into building applications using SwiftUI in...

iPS 307: Game App Monetization and Live Ops with Tom Hammond

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Alex Bush talks to Tom Hammond about game app monetization and live ops in mobile gaming. They cover different ways to monetize...

iPS 306: The Importance Of Developer Experience And Writing Maintainable Code with Krzysztof Zabłocki

When developing apps there is already a lot of focus on the User experience and what the app does. However, when it comes to planning your app architecture, the...

iPS 305: Indie iOS and Mac Development with Curtis Herbert

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Alex talks to Curtis Herbert about challenges building your own indie iOS app. They talk about technical decisions, business priorities, and benefits...

iPS 304: iOS Development Books

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, the panel discusses iOS and other development books that are great resources to help during the course of the iOS developers’ journey....

iPS 303: iOS Interview Questions

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Charles talks to Alex Bush about iOS interview questions and how to navigate the challenging job market. They go over an article...

iPS 302: Executable Specifications and Behavior Driven Development for iOS with Mohammad Azam

Testing your iOS apps can be tricky. It’s even trickier when you need to make sure that your non-technical folks to verify that your applications behave as they should....

iPS 301: Getting Started With Combine In Your Apps with Donny Wals

Donny Wals works for Disney on the systems that run Disney+ and other systems. He jumps on the podcast to talk about Combine. Combine is a functional reactive programming library provided by Apple. It’s similar to RxSwift. It’s functionality focused instead of UI focused. He can be used to handle API responses and things like that to push changes through the system.