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#16 – Freelancing 101: the Pro’s, the Con’s, Tips to Getting Hired, Finding Work, Risk vs Security, Listener Q+A & more!

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Today’s episode is ALL about Freelancing.  Having been a freelance app developer since 2012 I answer your questions about freelancing & cover topics including: What is Freelancing? The Pro’s & Con’s of Freelancing The differences in Freelancer vs Employee Risk… Read More »#16 – Freelancing 101: the Pro’s, the Con’s, Tips to Getting Hired, Finding Work, Risk vs Security, Listener Q+A & more!

#14-Andrew McAvinchey: Marketing on a Budget, Why You Should Take Investment, Organic vs Paid Reach, Why You Shouldn’t Do Everything Yourself, Sales + Marketing in 2020 & much more!

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Today’s guest is Andrew McAvinchey – Sales & Marketing Guru and CEO of MountArbor.io. In this episode we discuss: How he got into sales & marketing Why sales & marketing are not the same thing How to approach sales/marketing in… Read More »#14-Andrew McAvinchey: Marketing on a Budget, Why You Should Take Investment, Organic vs Paid Reach, Why You Shouldn’t Do Everything Yourself, Sales + Marketing in 2020 & much more!

#13 – Vasiliy Zukanov: Freelancing, Tech Blogging, Android Conspiracy Theories, Course Creation, Youtube, Working with Startups & more!

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Today’s guest is Vasiliy Zukanov – Freelance Android Veteran, Course Creator, Youtuber & Tech Blogger. In this episode we discuss: How he became a freelancer Finding & pricing projects Self discipline Creating courses Tech blogging His membership programme React Native… Read More »#13 – Vasiliy Zukanov: Freelancing, Tech Blogging, Android Conspiracy Theories, Course Creation, Youtube, Working with Startups & more!

#12 – Brian Plummer: Working for the New York Times, Mobile Development in 2010, GraphQL, Fakes vs Mocks, Code Reviews and more!

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Today’s guest is Brian Plummer – veteran mobile developer, speaker & developer at the New York Times, Nike, TouchLab & currently OKCupid. In this episode we discuss: How he got started in development What mobile development was like in 2010… Read More »#12 – Brian Plummer: Working for the New York Times, Mobile Development in 2010, GraphQL, Fakes vs Mocks, Code Reviews and more!

Episode 11 – Mitch Tabian: Becoming A Successful Course Creator On Youtube, How to Decide On Content, Udemy vs Self Hosting, Creating Courses vs Freelancing, PC’s vs Mac’s and more!

Today’s guest is Mitch Tabian – mobile developer, course creator, successful Youtuber & podcast host. In this episode we discuss: How he got started in development His journey to becoming a successful Youtuber & course creator His creation process Why… Read More »Episode 11 – Mitch Tabian: Becoming A Successful Course Creator On Youtube, How to Decide On Content, Udemy vs Self Hosting, Creating Courses vs Freelancing, PC’s vs Mac’s and more!

Episode 10 – Noah Labhart: Starting a Mobile Development Studio, Founding a Successful Startup, Networking for Clients, Tech Tests, What Being CTO actually involves & so much more!

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Today’s guest is Noah Labhart.  Software engineer, Founder of mobile development agency Touch Tap, Co-Founder and CTO of startup Veryable, and Creator & Host of the awesome podcast Code Story. In this episode we discuss: How he got started in… Read More »Episode 10 – Noah Labhart: Starting a Mobile Development Studio, Founding a Successful Startup, Networking for Clients, Tech Tests, What Being CTO actually involves & so much more!

Episode 9 – Luke Klinker: Building Successful Independent Apps, the Pro’s of Freemium, Open Sourcing Apps & Launching to Success in 2020

Today’s guest is the developer behind the number 1 top paid social app on the Play Store* (Talon), Owner of app studio Klinker Apps and long time independent developer – Luke Klinker. In this episode we discuss: Klinker Apps rise… Read More »Episode 9 – Luke Klinker: Building Successful Independent Apps, the Pro’s of Freemium, Open Sourcing Apps & Launching to Success in 2020

Episode 8 – Working with Internal Libraries + Why They’re Useful, Writing Open Source Software, Dependency Injection & Declarative UI Frameworks

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Today’s guest is Yelp Android engineer, Sherry Yuan. In this episode we discuss: Working with Internal Libraries + Why They’re Useful Writing Open Source Software Dependency Injection Declarative UI Frameworks ~~~ Connect with Sherry LinkedIn Github Instagram Resources discussed in… Read More »Episode 8 – Working with Internal Libraries + Why They’re Useful, Writing Open Source Software, Dependency Injection & Declarative UI Frameworks

Episode 7 – How to Protect Your App from Hackers, Mobile Cyber Security, Pentration Testing Apps and Android vs iOS Security

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Today’s guest is Cyber Security Researcher and founder of the Cyber Security firm, Digital Interruption – Jahmel Harris. In this episode we discuss: Mobile Cyber Secuirty The main 3 attack vectors on a mobile app Penetration testing mobile apps How… Read More »Episode 7 – How to Protect Your App from Hackers, Mobile Cyber Security, Pentration Testing Apps and Android vs iOS Security