328 - All the Wood Behind One Arrow

Episode 328 March 31, 2022 00:28:33
328 - All the Wood Behind One Arrow
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328 - All the Wood Behind One Arrow
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Show Notes

This week the boys talk collaboration when porting a project to new infrastructure, edge cases of analytics when Apple API docs just don’t cover it, trying to fit 3 days into 5, a deep dive into the repeating patterns of software development with hope to not repeat the same mistakes.

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