I just published Episode 19 of CocoaRadio, my short podcast that talks technical about Mac and iOS development with various people in the community. This week I was joined by Ben Scheirman of NSScreencast to discuss how to improve the network layer code in your application.
This will be the last episode of CocoaRadio as we go on what I am calling “Fall Break”. Doing the show itself isn’t that much work. I’m lucky to have built a pretty good list of contacts in the development community who are happy to come on and do the show. I just need to schedule times, get on Skype, and chat for 30 minutes. It’s really fun!
The rest of the world around it, however, is making finding time to do a show I am proud of is much harder. I’ve realized over the last few weeks how insanely overcommitted I am right now in both my personal and professional lives, so I am working to make some changes to get some semblance of balance back. The first thing making the cut right now is the podcast, because it’s the easiest to get off the plate. There are plenty of wonderful podcasts out there, so I’m sure you can find a suitable replacement while I recharge my batteries.
I enjoy doing CocoaRadio and working with my longtime friend and producer Tony Voss on the show. We have been working together since 2008 on radio projects of all varieties. We will be back, once my plate gets a little less full. Thanks for listening.