July 5th, 2023 | 58 mins 32 secs
all-china, amd cpu, amd cpu popularity, apple, apple patent, baller boosts, boosts, build-toolchains, c++ integration, coder radio, community contributions, data pillaged, developers, development podcast, elon musk, emergency blocks, linux, linux gamers, luxshare, mac studio, machine learning, market share, mike's adventures in unreal 5, objective-c integration, open-source drivers, production cuts, rate limits, red hat, rhel, self-ddos, software monetization, steam deck, swift, tailscale, twitter bug, twitter death watch, twitter dying, vision pro headset, xcode
Mike updates us on his development adventures in Unreal 5, signs the Vision Pro might be a flop, and answer questions about abandoning Red Hat's platform.
June 28th, 2023 | 52 mins 45 secs
accelerometers, ada rose cannon, app review, app store, apple vision pro, apple vision sdk, automation, barometer, body movement tracking, bringing apps to visionos, coder radio, developers, development podcast, emulated vision pro experience, fragmentation, gyroscopes, ideological zealotry, ipad app mode, lack of features, linode, location services, magnetometer, mastodon, native vision apps, navigation apps, nostr, pedometer, phil schiller, safari, selfie and photography applications, tailscale, the omni group, twittermigration, vision pro headset, visionos sdk, webxr, xcode 15 beta 2
We got our eyes on the Vision Pro SDK and share our new insights. And why the claims of stalled Mastodon adoption might ring a bit true.