1. Featuring Buzz Anderson, Marco Arment and Amanda Wixted. Recorded at General Assembly in New York City on May 23rd, 2012.

    Audio-only podcast also available: soundcloud.com/nyiosdev/ios-radio-hour-with-daniel-jalkut-and-friends

    Please note, this was our first time at this location and our first time recording multiple panelists, and the audio is not perfect. In particular, Buzz's microphone had a loose connection and cuts out intermittently. Sorry about that, everyone. Thanks for your understanding.

    Filmed and edited by Jason Hawkins. makefilmwork.com

    Find more information about the meetup here: meetup.com/new-york-ios-developer/events/64256902/

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  2. UI design involves more than wireframes, Photoshop and HTML. Ryan will demonstrate how UI design runs through an entire project from initial concept and modeling to sketches, HTML mockups, and final running code.

    Rather than teaching ideas in the abstract, Ryan will share his design process live in real time by building an actual project. Attendees to this session will get a hands-on feeling for how design happens at 37signals.

    More at webexpo.net/talk/designing-from-start-to-finish/

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  3. Why write software in Ruby? In this session, Steve will tell you why Ruby is a great programming language, made to bring programmers joy.

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  4. The Bit Planner is a wall mounted time planner that we invented for our studio. It’s currently made entirely of Lego bricks, but if you take a photo of it with a smartphone all of the events and timings will be magically synchronised to an online, digital calendar. It makes the most of the tangibility of physical objects, and the ubiquity of digital platforms.

    The Bit Planner was invented in 2012 in Vitamins, a design and invention studio founded by Adrian Westaway, Clara Gaggero and Duncan Fitzsimons. For more info visit bit-planner.com

    The Bit Planner is an experiment, it is not a product and is not endorsed by LEGO in any way.

    LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this web site.

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