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  1. Core Intuition » Episode 120: You Should Get A Lawyer

    Manton and Daniel discuss Sunlit’s release status, App Store rejection shenanigans, a revived Glassboard, and answer Q&A about in-app usage analytics and the value of a privacy policy.

    Download (MP3, 31 minutes, 15 MB)

    Average App Store Review Times – Shiny Development’s crowd-sourced App Store review time estimator.

    Glassboard – A private social network for groups. Use the code “coreint” to join our board.

    What I’d Do With Glassboard – Justin Williams on what he’d do if he acquired Glassboard.

    Glassboard Acquired by Second Gear – Boom! Justin Williams acquired Glassboard.

    Iterate 60 – Relinking Justin’s appearance on Iterate 60.

    Windows Azure – The Microsoft cloud-services backend to Glassboard.

    In-App Usage Analytics – Tweet from Brian Yamabe suggesting a show topic.

    VitalSource

    – Manton’s employer in the e-Textbooks industry.

    New Relic – Popular in-app analytics solution.

    App.net Developer Incentive Program – Terms of the App.net program including a privacy policy requirement.

    Sponsored by Crashlytics: The most powerful and lightweight crash reporting service. Also check out the open-source Crashlytics Services on GitHub.

    http://www.coreint.org/2014/01/episode-120-you-should-get-a-lawyer/

    —Huffduffed by kyran

  2. Core Intuition » Episode 125: Never Feeling Relaxed Again

    Daniel and Manton announce the Core Intuition Job Board, marvel at the so-called “Presenter’s Paradox” as it may pertain to products, and discuss the weight of lofty ambitions on folks such as Glassboard’s Justin Williams.

    Download (MP3, 32 minutes, 15 MB)

    Core Intuition Job Board – The new job board for iOS and Mac Cocoa developers.

    Presenter’s Paradox – Harvard Business Review article about the effect of “add ons” that don’t cut the mustard.

    Glassboard – Justin Williams’s one-man social network.

    Apportable.com – Cross-platform project enabling Objective-C apps that run on both iOS and Android.

    The Cocotron – Christopher Lloyd’s ambitious cross-platform Cocoa implementation.

    Sponsored by CocoaConf: the developer conference for those who think different.

    http://www.coreint.org/2014/02/episode-125-never-feeling-relaxed-again/

    —Huffduffed by kyran