The Right to Ask for an Upgrade – IDB003

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Become an iPhone Developer for 25 Dollars – IDB002

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Other Ways You Can Help
If you would like to help keep iOS Dev Break going, there’s a couple of ways in which you can help…

Patreon
The first way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps, so thanks in advance!

iPhone Feeding Frenzy! – IDB001

Welcome to iOS Dev Break! 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers, including – but not limited to – discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS!

iPhone Feeding Frenzy
Episode zero was mostly an introductory episode to just launch the podcast and aquaint everyone with myself and with the show format.

This week, one of the things that has happened in the last few weeks is the iPhone 7 Feeding Frenzy!

Swift Thoughts
Would you like to know how to break down the dreaded Pyramid of Doom? Try this feature that was introduced in Swift 2!

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Here are the links for tips and topics mentioned in the show. Thanks for listening and checking them out!

HackingWithSwift.com Discount Links
Paul Hudson at HackingWithSwift.com was kind enough to give listeners of this episode a 25% discount on his collection of learning materials, but that discount ended on October 10th.

Big thanks to Paul Hudson (@twostraws) for offering the discount to listeners of iOS Dev Break!

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Other Ways You Can Help
If you would like to help keep iOS Dev Break going, there’s a couple of ways in which you can help…

The first way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!

If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return!

Episode Zero: Introductions Are In Order

Welcome to iOS Dev Break! 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers, including – but not limited to – discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS!

Here are links to the show if you haven’t downloaded or listened to it yet:

In this zeroth episode, Evan K. Stone introduces himself and the show, and outlines the format of future episodes for the show.

He also has some special thanks for Jaimee Newberry for her talk No Excuses given at CocoaConf San Jose in 2015 for her excellent motivational speaking. He also thanks David Smith for his work on the Developing Perspective podcast for its influence on the show.

To give feedback on the show, please send it to @iOSDevBreak on Twitter, and follow that account for announcements and information!

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Sponsors
Would you like to work with me and Cloud City Development’s awesome developers and designers on your next app project? Contact us at http://cloudcity.io today!

Other Ways You Can Help
If you would like to help keep iOS Dev Break going, there’s a couple of ways in which you can help…

The first way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!

If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return!