Six Colors by Jason Snell and Dan Moren
Test and Code: 45: David Heinemeier Hansson - Software Development and Testing, TDD, and exploratory QA
An interview with DHH about his views on software testing, TDD, and exploratory testing.
Peter Steinberger, creator and CEO of PSPDFKit, joins John to talk about
building and maintaining a large framework project, how PSPDFKit came to
be, how his team works with Radar, and all the challenges and excitement
that comes with running a business based on a closed source SDK.
http://media.blubrry.com/parallelpodcast/p/traffic.libsyn.com/shellyspodcastgr8vey/14_SoghoianOnAutomation.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSSThe Parallel breaks format for a special episode with the man behind Mac automation at Apple, Sal Soghoian. For almost 20 years, Sal made sure automation was a part of the Mac, whether it meant advocating personally with Steve Jobs, or building tools like Automator that allow users to customize their machines, and make them do exactly what they want them to do. Sal continues to develop and advocate for automation on Apple platforms, including work on a new automation platform with The Omni Group. We talk about this an so much more on this episode.
And of course there’s One More Thing
Links from the Show
Sal, profiled in Wired
CMD-D, Masters of Automation Down Home Scripting Boot Camp
CMD-D 2017 Conference Videos
Stephen is joined by Casey Liss and John Voorhees to discuss the 10th anniversary of the App Store, MobileMe’s reputation and rumors of a busy fall for Apple’s hardware teams.
Federico and John take a deeper look at two favorite apps. In this installment: Bear and DEVONthink.
UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 100: Leveling Up with Patrick McKenzie
Published April 02, 2018 by Jane PortmanCategories: Products
UI Breakfast Podcast
It’s episode one hundred today — and we have a spectacular guest to celebrate! It’s Patrick McKenzie, a SaaS thought leader who doesn’t need an introduction. We talk about leveling up your business — starting with smaller products like books, and then progressing towards more complex ones. Patrick explains why products can make such positive influence on your life and business, shares stories and examples, and provides inspiration for those who are starting out.
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How I went from $100-an-hour programming to $X0,000-a-week consulting — Patrick’s article that changed Jane’s business many years ago
Bingo Card Creator, Appointment Reminder, Starfighter — some of Patrick’s previous projects
Stripe Atlas — Patrick’s current place of work
Stripe Atlas Guides — guides on running an internet business
The Business of SaaS by Patrick McKenzie, Networking for Founders by Stephanie Hurlburt — some of these guides
Leveling Up — Patrick’s talk recap from MicroConf Europe 2015
Episode 89: SaaS vs Ecommerce with Josh Pigford
— an episode where Josh Pigford talks about Cedar & Sail, his craft and ecommerce business
Follow Patrick on Twitter: @patio11
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Rob and Sherry continue their founder origin series. In this episode Sherry interviews Patrick McKenzie.Patrick’s WebsitePatrick’s BlogStarFighters.ioPatrick’s Email: Patrick at Kalzumeus dot com
The Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy: a conversation with my parents who worked the accident - The Verge
Looking back on the anniversary of the failure
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