Frank is an independent mobile developer living in Seattle, WA. He started work as an embedded systems engineer, moved on to be a web developer, and eventually found happiness as an iOS developer. He has written iCircuit - an interactive electronic circuit simulator that runs on all the great platforms; Calca - the text editor that is also a powerful calculator; and Continuous - a fun and powerful .NET IDE for the iPad. All the while, Frank has enjoyed releasing open source projects and contributing as much as he can to the software development community. His programming interests include computer graphics, simulation, programming languages, and artificial intelligence. When he's not at his computer, you can usually find him hiking around some mountain or sleeping in a tent by a river.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
July 11th, 2016 | 25 mins 50 secs
merge conflict, podcast
Welcome to Merge Conflict, a weekly discussion around all things development, technology, and more.