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  1. Connected #171: Leave it to Stephen - Relay FM

    Apple’s had a rough week, Myke’s office is full of assistants and Federico is back with a new task manager and an iPhone X review.

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  2. Episode 34: Pick 2: Pixelmator Pro and Things 3 – AppStories

    Federico and John pick two apps they’ve been experimenting with recently and discuss how it’s going so far. In this installment of Pick 2, John covers macOS image editor Pixelmator Pro, which was released last week, and Federico explains how he’s integrated Things 3 for iOS into recent projects.

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  3. Learn to Code With Me : S4E4: From Fashion Model to Frontend Developer With Madison Kanna

    In just one year, Madison Kanna transitioned careers from fashion model to software engineer. She is now a fullstack developer at Conversio, and in her spare time blogs about development and life at Madison has also created a Udemy course, JavaScript For Beginners. Listen to the episode for the story of Madison’s journey from homeschooler to college dropout to fashion model to frontend and then fullstack developer. Along the way, she shares thoughts on productivity, working remotely, pursuing your passions, landing that first job, learning by teaching, and more.

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  4. iPS 218: App Launch Map with Aleen Simms -


    Gui Rambo

    Jaim Zuber

    Erica Sadun

    Andrew Madsen

    Special Guest:

    Aleen Simms

    In today’s episode, the iPhreaks discuss app launch map with Aleen Simms. Aleen has been working in a variety of tech industry roles for nearly a decade. Currently, she is the proprietress of App Launch Map, which helps iOS and Mac developers with the non-code side of launching or updating an app. She also organizes App Camp for Girls Phoenix, where she helps girls, transgender, and gender non-conforming kids learn about the joys (and sometimes misadventures) of iOS app development.

    A podcaster herself, you can find Aleen on her own show, Originality, where she and her cohost try to get to the roots of creative genius. You can also find her on The Incomparable from time to time.

    In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

    App Launch Map Intro


    How has the App Store changed over the past few years?

    New features on the app store

    Agile Bits

    How did you develop App Launch Map?

    What can developers do to improve their app store presence?

    What are differences between launching large apps and smaller devs?

    How is the Mac App Store different than the iOS App Store?

    How you handle clients Contracting

    Being a woman in tech

    App Camp For Girls, IndieGoGo

    Fundraising to add new cities




    Apple TV 4K and HDR Devices


    Hacking With Swift Awards


    Stranger Things on Netflix +2


    The Good Place

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  5. 3x3: 3 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Resumé In Just 10 Minutes | Developer Tea

    In today’s episode, we continue the first 3x3 week with a list of 3 things you can do to improve your resumé, quickly.

    Today’s episode is brought to you by Linode. Linode

    provides superfast SSD based Linux servers in the cloud starting at

    $5 a month. Linode

    is offering Developer Tea listeners $20 worth of credit if you use the code DEVELOPERTEA2017

    at checkout. Head over to to learn more about what Linode has to offer to Developer Tea listeners .

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  7. Consistency

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  8. 49. Chris Writes Python

    Soroush interviews Chris about his experience writing Python at work over the past couple of months.Chris was wrong about something! Python is not pass-by-reference; see Is Python call-by-value or call-by-reference? Neither.Pyramid Web FrameworkGoogle App EnginePython 2 or Python 3Unicode in Python 2Uncle Bob - The Dark PathOur episode on Tests and Types (Patreon-only)“if you ignore uncle bob’s terrible opinions on women, you can fully appreciate how terrible his opinions on software are” — @pasiphae_goalsmypy: “an experimental optional static type checker for Python”Truth Value Testing in Python (2.7)Soroush: Falsiness in SwiftPython Anti-Patterns: Using a mutable default value as an argumentPython List ComprehensionsStack Overflow discussion: Python List Comprehension vs MapPython Lambda FunctionsIs Python call-by-value or call-by-reference? Neither (Chris was wrong about this!)PEP-8: Style Guide for Python CodePEP-20: The Zen of PythonPEP-0: list of all PEPsGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at

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  9. Beard Tips for Beginners

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    DESCRIPTION Hey! Jeff’s back! Mr. Buoncristiano is taking us through some of his best tips. Watch on!

    RECOMMENDED VIDEOS Jeff Buoncristiano Story & Interview | Keep on Growing How to get an Athletic Beard Style | Jeff Buoncristiano My Top 5 Beard Secrets | Jeff Buoncristiano

    ABOUT BEARDBRAND Beardbrand is a men’s grooming company that is helping men keep on growing by providing education and tools for urban beardsmen to master their morning routine. We’ve found that confidence starts with self investment, and allows men to do great things for their families, co-workers, and community. We are working to break down the negative stereotypes that surround bearded men, and show the world it’s the man who matters, not the way he looks.




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  10. The Confidence Gap by Russ Harris

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