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Charles Perry and Joe Cieplinski

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Release Notes

Charles Perry and Joe Cieplinski

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#373: It’s Worth More than Nothin’

Today we continue our conversation about WWDC 2020, focusing on how the announcements have affected Joe’s plans. We talk about sleep tracking in RECaf, plans for a Mac app, and X2Y lives for another year! Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac and iOS development than […]

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#373: It’s Worth More than Nothin’

#372: Screaming at the Clouds

Today we talk about some of the announcements made at WWDC 2020 from a business perspective. We discuss some of the technical changes made to iOS, changes announced for testing IAP, updates to the iOS App Store review guidelines, and of course the ramifications of transitioning the Mac to ARM. Mailing List Every month there […]

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#371: Adding the Word “Email” to That List

Today we weigh in on Basecamp and their app’s recent rejection from the App Store. We talk about what should have been foreseen by Basecamp, Apple’s relationship with its developer community, and daydream about how Apple might “fix” this problem for the future. Release Notes Happy Hour – June 24 To help people together during […]

38 MIN2 w ago
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#370: I Had To Work For It

Today we talk about how Charles resolved the pricing dilemma we discussed a couple weeks ago. We talk about the features he added to existing plans, the new Team plan he created, and how he is presenting all of this new information on his website. Release Notes Happy Hour – June 24 To help people […]

36 MIN3 w ago
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#369: Chaotic Neutral

Today we talk about our new laptops! Joe got a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Charles got a new Dell XPS 13 running Linux. We talk about the new hardware, how the two laptops compare, and Charles’ experience with Linux so far. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the […]

38 MINJUN 8
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#369: Chaotic Neutral

#368: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

Today we continue our conversation with Curtis Herbert about his iOS app Slopes and his work to bring it to Android. Curtis talks to us today about his experience hiring a developer for the first time, his attitude towards managing risk in his business, and why he doesn’t think learning Android development and writing the […]

30 MINJUN 1
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#368: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

#367: Curtis Herbert

Today we talk to Curtis Herbert about his iOS app Slopes and his work to bring it to Android. Curtis shares the story of hiring and firing an Android developer and the effect that this year’s weather and pandemic had on revenue. Then we dig into the risks of continuing development on the Android version, […]

29 MINMAY 25
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#366: Your Customers Can Add

Today we talk to Charles about the new features that RelaNet will soon be offering, and how he plans to incorporate them into his pricing. We talk about his plans to offer a more expensive team plan, what that plan might look like, and his deliberations on how to charge and how much to charge […]

33 MINMAY 18
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#366: Your Customers Can Add

#365: The Transitive Property of Programming

Release Notes Happy Hour on May 14! See show notes for details. So, it turns out that Joe is Android-curious. Today we talk to him about his interest in learning Android development, the current market for Android developers, and whether diving into Android might make sense for his contracting business. Release Notes Happy Hour This […]

35 MINMAY 11
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#364: A Full-Fledged Fork

Today Charles talks more about the e-signature solution that he settled on, and how he is using the product’s vendor as a pseudo-low-cost contractor to get the custom changes he needs in the short-term and the training he needs to maintain the product himself over the long-term. Mailing List Every month there are more great […]

30 MINMAY 4
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#364: A Full-Fledged Fork

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#373: It’s Worth More than Nothin’

Today we continue our conversation about WWDC 2020, focusing on how the announcements have affected Joe’s plans. We talk about sleep tracking in RECaf, plans for a Mac app, and X2Y lives for another year! Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac and iOS development than […]

31 MIN2 d ago
Comments
#373: It’s Worth More than Nothin’

#372: Screaming at the Clouds

Today we talk about some of the announcements made at WWDC 2020 from a business perspective. We discuss some of the technical changes made to iOS, changes announced for testing IAP, updates to the iOS App Store review guidelines, and of course the ramifications of transitioning the Mac to ARM. Mailing List Every month there […]

34 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#372: Screaming at the Clouds

#371: Adding the Word “Email” to That List

Today we weigh in on Basecamp and their app’s recent rejection from the App Store. We talk about what should have been foreseen by Basecamp, Apple’s relationship with its developer community, and daydream about how Apple might “fix” this problem for the future. Release Notes Happy Hour – June 24 To help people together during […]

38 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#371: Adding the Word “Email” to That List

#370: I Had To Work For It

Today we talk about how Charles resolved the pricing dilemma we discussed a couple weeks ago. We talk about the features he added to existing plans, the new Team plan he created, and how he is presenting all of this new information on his website. Release Notes Happy Hour – June 24 To help people […]

36 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#370: I Had To Work For It

#369: Chaotic Neutral

Today we talk about our new laptops! Joe got a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Charles got a new Dell XPS 13 running Linux. We talk about the new hardware, how the two laptops compare, and Charles’ experience with Linux so far. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the […]

38 MINJUN 8
Comments
#369: Chaotic Neutral

#368: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

Today we continue our conversation with Curtis Herbert about his iOS app Slopes and his work to bring it to Android. Curtis talks to us today about his experience hiring a developer for the first time, his attitude towards managing risk in his business, and why he doesn’t think learning Android development and writing the […]

30 MINJUN 1
Comments
#368: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

#367: Curtis Herbert

Today we talk to Curtis Herbert about his iOS app Slopes and his work to bring it to Android. Curtis shares the story of hiring and firing an Android developer and the effect that this year’s weather and pandemic had on revenue. Then we dig into the risks of continuing development on the Android version, […]

29 MINMAY 25
Comments
#367: Curtis Herbert

#366: Your Customers Can Add

Today we talk to Charles about the new features that RelaNet will soon be offering, and how he plans to incorporate them into his pricing. We talk about his plans to offer a more expensive team plan, what that plan might look like, and his deliberations on how to charge and how much to charge […]

33 MINMAY 18
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#366: Your Customers Can Add

#365: The Transitive Property of Programming

Release Notes Happy Hour on May 14! See show notes for details. So, it turns out that Joe is Android-curious. Today we talk to him about his interest in learning Android development, the current market for Android developers, and whether diving into Android might make sense for his contracting business. Release Notes Happy Hour This […]

35 MINMAY 11
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#365: The Transitive Property of Programming

#364: A Full-Fledged Fork

Today Charles talks more about the e-signature solution that he settled on, and how he is using the product’s vendor as a pseudo-low-cost contractor to get the custom changes he needs in the short-term and the training he needs to maintain the product himself over the long-term. Mailing List Every month there are more great […]

30 MINMAY 4
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#364: A Full-Fledged Fork
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