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Debug 37: Simmons, Wiskus, Gruber, and Vesper Sync

Debug features the best developers in the business talking about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Brent Simmons, Dave Wiskus, and John Gruber join Guy and Rene to talk about Vesper 2.0, architecting sync, the decision making process, design choices, and why Vesper for Mac comes next.

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Debug 36: Rich Siegel on BBEdit

Debug is a casual, conversational interview show with the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Rich Siegel of Bare Bones Software talks to Guy and Rene about the journey of BBEdit from the classic Mac OS to OS X, PowerPC to Intel, 32- to 64-bit, and the direct sales to the Mac App Store. Subscribe and listen along!

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Debug 35: Scotty on NSConference and RemObjects

Debug is where we talk to the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and how and why they make them. It's the conversation at the bar after the conference. It's director's commentary for code. In this episode Steve Scott (Scotty) talks to Guy and Rene about the early days of developer podcasts, NSConference, and his work with RemObjects. Subscribe and listen along!

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Debug 34: Sexism in tech

Debug is Mobile Nations developer podcast. This week, however, we're doing something different. We're bringing together a panel of developers and designers, CEOs and senior editors, of women in the tech industry to talk about how women are treated and mistreated in the tech industry. Join Serenity Caldwell of Macworld/TechHive, Jessie Char of Pacific Helm, Georgia Dow of ZEN & TECH, and Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat as share their experiences and insight on sexism in the tech industry, from coworkers to clients to conventions to culture and beyond.

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Debug 33: Ken Ferry on Auto Layout, Passbook, and Understudy

Ken Ferry talks to Guy and Rene about his time at Apple working on Cocoa, Auto Layout, and Passbook, and his new app, Understudy, which seeks to bring mentored learning into the iPad age.

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Debug 32: John Siracusa on Copland 2014

John Siracusa of Hypercritical and the Accidental Tech Podcast shows up to fight with Guy over Copland 2014. That is, the idea that Apple needs to embrace elements of higher level languages and figure out what comes after Objective C.

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Debug 31: Miguel de Icaza on Mono

Miguel de Icaza of GNOME and Xamarin fame joins Guy and Rene to talk about Mono, the .NET compatible open source project that lets you build iOS and Android apps and games in C#.

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Debug 30: Casey Liss on C# and .Net

Casey Liss of the Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP) tries to sell Guy on the advantages of Microsoft’s C# programming language and the .NET frameworks.

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Debug 29: Jeff McLeman on porting kernels

Guy and Rene talk to Jeff McLeman about his time at Digital, porting the NT kernel, and the current state of kernels in general.

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Debug 28: Mike Ash on VoodooPad

Mike Ash of Plausible Labs joins Guy and Rene to talk about working at Rogue Amoeba, taking on VoodooPad, and speaking truth to bloggers.

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