Episode 131: Definitely In The Freaking Out Stage

Daniel and Manton talk about Manton’s upcoming talk, the merits of code vs. ideas in presentations, and the risk of sudden rejection on Apple’s platforms.

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  • Debug #30 – Interview with Casey Liss about C# and other things.
  • Accidental Tech Podcast – Podcast featuring Casey Liss, John Siracusa, and Marco Arment.
  • CocoaConf Austin – The April 4-5 conference at which Manton will be speaking.
  • Sunlit – Manton’s iOS photo-storytelling app.
  • Marco Arment Çingleton 2012 – Marco’s talk in which he eschewed the use of slides.
  • Deprecated API Usage – Screen capture from Drew McCormack highlighting Apple’s rejection of QuickTime APIs in Mac App Store apps.
  • QuickTime X – Apple continues to market QuickTime even as it rejects apps that use its APIs.
  • QTKit Framework – The specific QuickTime framework which Drew’s app used and was rejected for.
  • FastScripts – Daniel’s scripting utility that does not fit well with sandboxing.
  • Clipstart – Manton’s movie clip organizer that likewise does not suit sandboxing.

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April 2, 2014 at 10:39 am.