Summary: A weekly podcast about (mostly Apple-related) software development by Andrew Pontious and Wolf Rentzsch.
Wolf Rentzsch talks with Andrew Pontious about why AppleScript is a really awesome language and why it's basically dead. (And why you should use JSTalk instead.)
Andrew Pontious talks with Wolf Rentzsch about the JetBrains AppCode IDE, which you can use instead of Xcode to write your iOS apps.
Wolf Rentzsch talks with Andrew Pontious about Mac App Store irrelevance, the Sparrow acquisition, and so-called "pop software" and its impact upon independent software developer livelihoods.
Andrew Pontious explores with Wolf Rentzsch why and for how long you should stay in the "veal pen", whether it's as a Twitter client developer or an iOS/Mac developer. Bonus: the cat noises are back!
Wolf Rentzsch enumerates with Andrew Pontious the 5 benefits and 6 issues he sees with Apple's new Automatic Retain Count system in the longest, most anticipated episode yet!
Andrew Pontious talks with Wolf Rentzsch about Apple's growth and how it will affect developers.
Wolf Rentzsch rants (there's that word again) with Andrew Pontious about Apple's NSError implementation, while also giving a brief history of Mac/Unix error handling and introducing his new JRErr library, which makes NSError usage easier.
Andrew Pontious lays out with Wolf Rentzsch three things Apple can do to turn bug reporting into a virtuous cycle, not the vicious cycle it is now. They also discuss problems with the Apple Developer Forums.
Wolf Rentzsch talks with Andrew Pontious about the developer ramifications of Apple's new MacBook Pro Retina displays and the dismal state of third-party library updating infrastructures on the Mac.
Andrew Pontious rants (but not mindlessly) with Wolf Rentzsch about problems in the Xcode 4 project window.
Wolf Rentzsch talks with Andrew Pontious about his blog post "Mac App Store vs Buying Direct".
Andrew Pontious talks with Wolf Rentzsch about a version of Xcode for the iPad. Is it possible? What would or should it look it? Is it likely?
In this inaugural podcast, Wolf Rentzsch talks with Andrew Pontious about the good parts and the bad parts of Core Data