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martin / Martin Gordon

I’m a 25 year old consultant/developer living in Philly.

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  1. Custora customer centric software with Jordan Elkind

    Jordan Elkind has the same passion for customer centricity as me. His love of information and insight has created a career well suited to him at Custora a new sofware company. Custora provides a dashboard of data analytics for retail customers to create more compelling, relevant marketing touchpoints for their customer’s journey. The result is more profitable customers and less customers at risk of ending their journey.

    Jordan’s insights are a must listen for any business as we all scramble to create the customer connection that brands like Esty, Threadless or Redballoon enjoy as a client of Custora.

    Custora website

    Custora University

    Jordan’s email jordan@custora.com" name="DESCRIPTION

    http://danmac30.podomatic.com/entry/2014-08-18T16_19_53-07_00

    —Huffduffed by martin

  2. iOS Indies - Nuts & Bolts | misfitrad.io: Home of your new favorite podcasts.

    In this episode Brett and Austin talk about what it takes to be an iOS indie and how it seems like so few people are able to pull it off. We discuss Brent Simmons’ look at iOS indies and how Jared Sinclair’s app, Unread, has not been sustainable. Finally we look at how our own app, Prayer Notebook, has done and what we’re going to do different with our new app Upkeep.

    http://misfitrad.io/nutsandbolts/9

    —Huffduffed by martin

  3. 5by5 | CMD+Space #100: ‘What Do You Like To Be Known For?’, with Myke Hurley

    On the 100th episode of CMD+Space, the tables are turned and Myke is the guest! Stephen Hackett takes the reins to ask Myke all about the history of CMD+Space, why he loves podcasting and what he foresees as the future of the medium.

    http://5by5.tv/cmdspace/100

    —Huffduffed by martin

  4. CocoaRadio — carpeaqua by Justin Williams

    Episode 03 - Danny Greg Talks MVVM

    Apple has trained Mac and iOS developers to architect their apps using the Model-View-Controller architecture. Danny Greg from GitHub joins me on CocoaRadio this week to explain a slightly different way of architecture: model-view-viewmodel.

    Danny and I discuss the history of MVVM, how to integrate it into an Objective-C app, and some common pitfalls you may run into as you’re learning the new technique.

    Listen & Subscribe

    Download: MP3 Audio, Soundcloud

    You can subscribe to CocoaRadio and get a new episode each Monday by adding our feed to your favorite Podcast client.

    http://feedpress.me/cocoaradio

    You can also add us on iTunes

    Sponsors

    CocoaRadio is brought to you for free thanks to our sponsors. This week we’d like to thank:

    Links

    @dannygreg on Twitter

    GitHub for Mac

    Model View ViewModel

    @justin on Twitter

    carpeaqua

    Glassboard

    Episode 02 - Jared Sinclair Talks OvershareKit

    This week on CocoaRadio Justin welcomes his pal Jared Sinclair to discuss OvershareKit, a free open source library for iOS that allows you to easily add support for sending content a variety of social networks and other types of online services within your iOS app. We discuss OvershareKit’s origins and why it exists, why it should be used rather than the UIActivity system Apple provides by default, and some thoughts on running a successful open source project.

    Listen & Subscribe

    Download: MP3 Audio, Soundcloud

    You can subscribe to CocoaRadio and get a new episode each Monday by adding our feed to your favorite Podcast client.

    http://feedpress.me/cocoaradio

    You can also add us on iTunes

    Links

    OvershareKit on GitHub

    @jaredsinclair

    jaredsinclair.com

    Unread for iPhone

    Justin on Twitter

    carpeaqua

    Glassboard

    Episode 01 - Brent Simmons Talks Vesper Sync

    On the inaugural episode of CocoaRadio, Brent Simmons joins Justin Williams to discuss syncing data between the cloud and your mobile app.

    Brent has been blogging his experiences building a sync architecture for Vesper using Microsoft’s Azure Mobile Services platform. We discuss why he chose Azure and some pitfalls and successes he’s had in developing the sync architecture. We also go in-depth on how he is storing unique identifiers, handling conflicts, and other things that will forever make “Sync is Hard” a true statement.

    Listen & Subscribe

    Download: MP3 Audio, Soundcloud

    You can subscribe to CocoaRadio and get a new episode each week by adding our feed to your favorite Podcast client. We’ll be on iTunes soon.

    http://feedpress.me/cocoaradio

    Links

    Brent on Twitter

    Inessential

    The Record

    Justin on Twitter

    carpeaqua

    Glassboard

    Azure Mobile Services

    Node.js

    Vesper

    http://carpeaqua.com/cocoaradio/#03

    —Huffduffed by martin

  5. 5by5 | The Incomparable #183: How I Sold Your Mother

    "Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones." (Part 2 of 2.)

    http://5by5.tv/incomparable/183

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  6. 5by5 | The Incomparable #183: How I Sold Your Mother

    "Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones." (Part 2 of 2.)

    http://5by5.tv/incomparable/183

    —Huffduffed by martin

  7. 5by5 | The Incomparable #183: How I Sold Your Mother

    "Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones." (Part 2 of 2.)

    http://5by5.tv/incomparable/183

    —Huffduffed by martin

  8. 5by5 | The Incomparable #182: Full-Fledged Force Mullet

    "Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones." (Part 1 of 2.)

    http://5by5.tv/incomparable/182

    —Huffduffed by martin

  9. 5by5 | Mac Power Users #175: Workflows with Federico Viticci

    Katie and David sit down with Federico Viticci of MacStories.net to talk about his amazing iPad workflows, the future of iOS, photo management and more.

    http://5by5.tv/mpu/175

    —Huffduffed by martin

  10. 5by5 | The Incomparable #165: Grieving for My Left Thumb

    Video games "Gone Home" and "Brothers."

    http://5by5.tv/incomparable/165

    —Huffduffed by martin

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