Core Intuition

A podcast about indie software development for the Mac, iOS and other Apple technologies.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 44m. Bisher sind 428 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts

Episode 426: Sticking With The Mac

Manton and Daniel review some of their biggest takeaways from WWDC. They balance the excitement of all the attention on the Mac while coping with some of the old-timer concern about how things are changing. They discuss the ARM transition and how some developers will have an easier or harder time with the move. Finally they assess the quality of WWDC 2020's online format, and what it might mean for WWDC going forward.



Episode 425: Expect More And Demand More

On the brink of WWDC, Daniel and Manton take stock of various issues shining a light on Apple's App Store review and in-app purchase policies. They talk about Basecamp's new Hey email service and the high-profile rejection of its iOS app. They imagine the internal strife that must exist between departments at Apple, and speculate about a unifying core value for the company that could clarify their position on these and similar issues in the future.



Episode 424: The Worst Transition

Manton and Daniel start to anticipate WWDC announcements, imagine the rumored ARM Macs, and think about opportunities to gain a competitive advantage by embracing whatever is new. They talk about the possible challenges of migrating to ARM as a developer, and what Apple might do to accommodate us...



Episode 423: What Are You Going To Work On?

Daniel and Manton react to Apple’s statement against racism, and also talk a bit about the Accidental Tech Podcast's statements. They talk about trying to figure out what we can all do as individuals in the wake of this. Daniel talks about getting a Black Ink update out the door while continuing to struggle with finishing up MarsEdit 4.4. Manton shares an update on progress, and shares his new “stop keeping track of things” methodology for getting things done.



Episode 422: It Wasn’t Perfect

Manton checks in with Daniel about progress with MarsEdit 4.4, and Daniel explains his lack of focus has led him down a new crossword obsession. Manton talks about Shutting down's Slack, and they discuss whether a comparable decision for Core Intuition would make sense. Finally, they talk more generally about the value of cutting out distractions and less important projects, in order to focus on the most important goals.


 2020-05-29  40m

Episode 421: Replacing It With Nothing

Daniel and Manton talk about Automattic's investment in, makes of an open approximation of Slack. Are there implications for Daniel asks Manton to consider what he would do if a company like Automattic offered to acquire Finally, Daniel pushes Manton to consider whether he should have an aggressive mission like "putting closed social networks out of business."


 2020-05-25  46m

Episode 420: The Last Release Ever

Manton and Daniel talk about iA Writer's new support for publishing directly to, and segue in to a conversation about the pragmatism of trying to improve SEO for pertinent terms such as "Micropub" and "WordPress." They talk about the forthcoming support for in MarsEdit, and the effects of the pandemic on focus and motivation. Finally, they celebrate the value of the written word in business collaboration, and the many ways that meetings, virtual or otherwise, fall short.


 2020-05-15  35m

Episode 419: A Wave Of Relief

Daniel and Manton review Apple's updated details about WWDC, speculating about whether it will truly be "free for all developers," and how Apple can manage demand for scarce resources. Manton announces the launch of for teams. The two react to Apple’s new MacBook Pro, and Daniel casts light aspersions about Apple's trustworthiness in the wake of the butterfly keyboard fiasco.


 2020-05-09  44m

Episode 418: The Way Things Were

Manton and Daniel react to news of an online "Accessibility Event", which seems to hint at how Apple might conduct online WWDC sessions in June. They wonder about the possible benefits Apple might offer to paying attendees, and what the price might be. Finally, they reflect on how Apple and others will adapt to the "new normal" of life after the pandemic.


 2020-04-23  38m

Episode 417: My Small Part

Daniel and Manton compare notes on leaving the house for take-out and curbside pickup during the pandemic. They express their fascination with the ways companies are adapting to the changing world, and consider the ways they might focus their own business on ambitions on pertinent goals that will both help the world and lead to financial success.


 2020-04-18  30m