Merge Conflict

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

199 episodes of Merge Conflict since the first episode, which aired on July 11th, 2016.

  • Merge Conflict 6: Debugging the Daily Process

    August 15th, 2016  |  38 mins 47 secs
    debugging, mobile apps, productivity, xamarin

    There is a constant influx of notifications from Slack, e-mail, text messages, and news alerts. This week we discuss how to keep productivity high even with all this going on.

  • Merge Conflict 5: Programming Languages: Gotta Collect 'em All

    August 8th, 2016  |  32 mins 38 secs
    c#, f#, go, learning, programming languages

    C# and F# and Go! Oh my! There are just so many lovely programming languages to learn, but where to start? This week we take a look at what worked for us and what didn’t.

  • Merge Conflict 4: How Not to Maintain a Server

    August 1st, 2016  |  40 mins 27 secs
    asp.net, azure functions, icloud, lambda, server, serverless, xamarin

    This week Frank & James discuss the importance of a great local experience, server maintenance, and Apple’s amazing CloudKit.

  • Merge Conflict 3: Your First Open Source Project

    July 25th, 2016  |  48 mins 52 secs
    github, open source, oss, xamarin

    What happens after that Initial Commit to GitHub? This week on Merge Conflict we discuss how we go about starting new repositories on GitHub.

  • Merge Conflict 2: Augmented Reality #PokemonGo

    July 18th, 2016  |  38 mins 2 secs
    ar, augmented reality, pokemon go, virtual reality, vr, xamarin

    Pokémon Go and its augmented reality pocket monster capturing has taken the world by storm. This week we discuss if AR has finally hit critical mass and general acceptance.

  • Merge Conflict 0: Merge Conflict

    July 11th, 2016  |  25 mins 50 secs
    merge conflict, podcast

    Welcome to Merge Conflict, a weekly discussion around all things development, technology, and more.

  • Merge Conflict 1: Build up to an app release

    July 11th, 2016  |  47 mins 11 secs
    app release, apple, google, mobile development, xamarin

    You have spent months or years developing an app, but now you are at that last 5%. Frank & James walk through the last steps before launch day.