Release Notes

Release Notes is a weekly podcast about building online businesses and financial freedom. We discuss inspiration, design, marketing, promotion, business, trends, and tools – everything but the code. Each week, we cover topics for the new or curious independent developer looking to launch or grow online business. Whether your business is SaaS, desktop software, mobile apps, consulting, or a productized service, here you’ll find tips for success as well as warnings about the pitfalls we’ve encountered along the way. The show is hosted by Charles Perry, owner of RelaNet, and Joe Cieplinski, Creative Director of Bombing Brain Interactive.

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#383: David Barnard (part 2)

Today we continue our conversation with David Barnard about the de facto deprecation in iOS 14 of the Identifier for Advertisers, or IDFA. Today we focus on the effects of this change. We talk about how this will affect app developers, advertisers,



#382: David Barnard (part 1)

Today we talk to David Barnard about the de facto deprecation in iOS 14 of the Identifier for Advertisers, or IDFA. We discuss the history of the IDFA, what’s changing in iOS 14, why Apple is making these changes,



#381: There Was No Grand Plan

Today we talk about “product-user fit” as a concept distinct from “product-market fit.” We discuss what exactly product-user fit is, how venture capitalists look at it, and why product-user fit (rather than the product-market fit that VCs usually seek)...



#380: The Most Garish Version

Today we tackle a hodgepodge of topics: Joe got a new fancy monitor, Charles complains about customers that want ugly websites, Charles considers future advertising opportunities, and we talk about how the pandemic has affected business.



#379: John Wilker (part 2)

Today we continue our conversation with John Wilker, organizer of 360iDev. Today we focus on the business of running a conference in the midst of a global pandemic, discussing the negotiations involved in canceling a venue,


 2020-08-17  31m

#378: John Wilker (part 1)

Today we start discussing Joe’s preparations for his talk at 360iDev, only to be joined midway through by the organizer of 360iDev, John Wilker. We talk about the differences between an online and in-person event and the importance of supporting online...


 2020-08-10  31m

#377: Sounds Like a John Hughes Movie

Today Joe catches us up on his RECaf update and the woes of using multiple measurement units, and Charles gives an update on his experience working with a reluctant contractor. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about th...


 2020-08-03  32m

#376: I’ll Go Halfsies With You

Today we talk about a problem that Charles is having with a potential contractor. Charles shares the backstory of the problem and what he thinks might be wrong, and then Joe offers some advice from his experience on the other side of the table as a con...


 2020-07-27  32m

#375: Better to be Lucky Than Good

Today we catch up with Charles and talk about the results of his recent advertising campaign. We talk about how it was organized, the results, and how the results of this advertising campaign compare to his campaign from this Spring.


 2020-07-20  33m

#374: I Wasn’t Sleepwalking

Today Joe shares his experience with all of Apple’s pre-release hardware and software – at least as much as he can. We talk about what he’s doing with the ARM-powered developer transition kit (DTK) that he received, his thoughts on the Big Sur beta,


 2020-07-13  33m