Swift over Coffee

22 EpisodesProduced by Paul Hudson and Sean AllenWebsite

Swift over Coffee is a podcast that helps you keep your Swift skills up to date the easy way, hosted by Paul Hudson and Sean Allen. Each episode has news, our picks of the week, plus an open ballot where you can share your views on important topics.Follow us on Twitter at @swiftovercoffee.Note: all … read more

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S1E22: Why does Sean hate SwiftUI so much?

June 25th, 2019


In this episode: Sean's beard is staying in San Francisco, the NeXT era is ending, we discuss SwiftUI's forms system, and explore the many amazing new features from WWDC19.

- The NeXT Era Ends, the Swift Era Begins:

S1E21: Live from AltConf 2019

June 10th, 2019


In this special episode we’re joined by our friends Kristina Fox, JP Simard, Gui Rambo, and Kaya Thomas as we discuss everything new from WWDC19. Strap yourselves in – this is a long one!

- News: what *isn’t* news this …

S1E20: Transcendental Swift

May 27th, 2019


In this episode: the Apple Developer Academy is open for another year, iOS Dev Jobs launches, we reveal why "Spectre" has British spelling, and ponder what Apple might announce at WWDC19.

- Swift over Coffee Live is …

S1E19: Rotato rotato

May 13th, 2019


In this episode: Swift hits the front-end of the web, Marzipan creeps closer, Paul talks about the importance of data hiding in Swift 5.1, and we …

S1E18: Big boy pants

April 29th, 2019


In this episode: Swift 5.1 gathers strength, Realm gets swallowed up by MongoDB, Sean discovers SwiftLint, and we discuss whether Apple Arcade will be good for the indie game development community.

- SE-0255 Implicit …

S1E17: Now he sounds French

April 15th, 2019


In this episode: lots of new Swift Evolution proposals are in review, we discuss *that* TechCrunch article, dive into server-side Swift, and try to …

S1E16: Live from iOSCon 2019

April 1st, 2019


In this episode: the Swift style guide marches on to formal review, we pick out our favorite events at iOSCon, and discuss whether it's important for iOS developers to be skilled in more than one platform.

- WWDC ticket …

S1E15: Shiny new side project

March 18th, 2019


In this episode: WWDC is announced at last, memberwise initializers get better in Swift 5.1, we vent about getting lost in side projects, and discuss Marzipan.

- WWDC dates announced: https://developer.apple.com/wwdc19

- …

S1E14: Thank you for the paycheck

March 4th, 2019


In this episode: the first sighting of Swift 5.1, a Swift style guide is on the cards, we talk about toast (the user interface kind!), and look for where there’s still money to be made on the App Store.

- Swift 5.1 …

S1E13: Bizarre but legal

February 18th, 2019


In this episode: Swift 5 nears ABI stability, Swift adoption in apps is skyrocketing, we make all our unit tests pass, and discuss how we'd change …

S1E12: Really alarming breakpoints

February 4th, 2019


In this episode: Xcode ships with a Swift 5 beta, Apple smacks down Facebook and Google, we discuss the value of design, and talk about important knowledge for iOS developers.

- Xcode 10.2 includes an early Swift 5 …

S1E11: Pandora's rabbit hole

January 21st, 2019


In this episode: we examine the need for manager objects, look at Swift Package Manager’s rise in popularity, discuss the usefulness of ARKit, and - …

S1E10: It's such a glorious week

January 8th, 2019


In this episode: Swift 5 string interpolation gets its first real project, iOS 12 adoption flies ahead, we delve into the (apparently) ancient …

S1E9: Beard of Steel

December 24th, 2018


In this episode: Codable conformance for Range types, string interpolation in Swift 5.0, Paul and Sean discuss their work over 2018 and plans for …

S1E8: I'd call it Ten Code

December 10th, 2018


In this episode: Result comes to the standard library, the App Store is going down for Christmas, Paul replaces Reachability at last, and we discuss …

S1E7: I was in prison for that time

November 26th, 2018


In this episode: community news galore, more great features from Swift 5.0, coding tips from the 80s, plus our open ballot: what’s your favorite part of writing iOS apps with Swift?

- Swift 5.0 has been branched:

S1E6: What is getting Sherlocked?

November 14th, 2018


In this episode: Swift's strings are now stored as UTF-8, Sherlock lets you poke around in iOS layouts, Paul talks about mocking networking more …

S1E5: It Worked That One Time

October 29th, 2018


In this episode: flattening nested optionals is accepted as optional iteration is being reviewed, Apple works on a project to support the language …

S1E4: Optional optionals

October 15th, 2018


In this episode: iOS 12.0 is picking up speed while 12.1 is already on the way, we dive into DispatchGroup and font metrics, and talk about the many challenges of learning and implementing the latest Swift features.

- …

S1E3: Very powerful... and sweet

October 1st, 2018


In this episode: Swift 4.2 lands as Swift 5.0 starts to inch closer, Apple gives TestFlight links to the world, we watch Phil Schiller's infamous Jump video for the hundredth time, and Sean admires the sheer …

S1E2: Always on brand

September 17th, 2018


In this episode: it's iOS conference season, new devices from Apple, the first tips for Swift 5, and we look at what makes a great job interview for Swift developers.

- iOSDevUK (https://www.iosdevuk.com), Swift & …

S1E1: No magic bullets

September 1st, 2018


In this episode: raw strings are back in review, Dynamic Type is more popular than you realize, and we look at ways to fix massive view controllers.

- …

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