By Daniel Jalkut
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The Bitsplitting podcast features interviews with people from the greater tech industry, with an emphasis on personal backgrounds and how each guest's philosophies have affected the arc of their career.
||CleanSeason 1 Closing Message||This marks the end of the first season of Bitsplitting. After 10 episodes with 10 great guests, Daniel has decided to take a break. You can learn more at bitsplitting.org/break.||8/5/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 10: Jason Snell||Daniel is joined by Jason Snell of IDG and The Incomparable podcast. Jason is the Editorial Director at IDG, overseeing the publication of Macworld, PCWorld, and TechHive. He has previously served as the Editor in Chief for Macworld, and was a contrib||7/19/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 9: Jean MacDonald||Daniel is joined by Jean MacDonald of App Camp For Girls. Jean is also a partner at Smile Software, makers of popular Mac and iOS applications including PDFpen and TextExpander.||7/5/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 8: Marco Arment||Daniel is joined by Marco Arment of Marco.org. Marco also founded The Magazine and Instapaper, each of which he sold off earlier this year. Previously, he was the co-developer and first employee of Tumblr.||6/21/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 7: Buzz Andersen||Daniel is joined by software developer Buzz Andersen, who worked for Apple, Square, and Tumblr before recently founding Brooklyn Computer Club with Phillip Bowden. Previously he developed the popular Mac iPod utility PodWorks, and the groundbreaking iOS||6/7/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 6: Amanda Wixted||Daniel is joined by game developer Amanda Wixted, who was Zynga’s first iOS developer and now runs Meteor Grove Software. Amanda had the opportunity to jump straight into professional game development after graduating from college in 2005. Since then||5/24/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5: Brent Simmons||Daniel is joined by Brent Simmons, founder of Ranchero Software. Brent is a long-time member of the independent Mac development community, serving as a role-model to many others, Daniel included. He is the original developer of both NetNewsWire and Mars||5/10/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4: John Siracusa||Daniel is joined by John Siracusa, a software engineer by day who is better known to many as a podcaster and contributor to Ars Technica. John is well known among Mac aficionados for his extensive reviews of major Mac OS X upgrades. He co-hosted 100 e||4/26/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3: Jacqui Cheng||Daniel is joined by Jacqui Cheng of Ars Technica. Jacqui is currently Senior Apple Editor for Ars Technica. She has been a contributor to the site since she was in college, and has helped the company grow from a small enthusiast site to a major compon||4/12/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: Erika Hall||Daniel is joined by Erika Hall of the Mule Design Studio. Erika is director of strategy at Mule, co-host of the Running From the Law podcast, and author of the forthcoming book Just Enough Research.||3/29/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Guy English||Daniel is joined by Guy English of Aged & Distilled for the debut episode of the Bitsplitting podcast. Guy is a long-time game and application developer for Mac and iOS. His company recently launched Napkin, an elegant image annotation app for Mac||3/15/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
Off to a great start!
I've been an avid fan of Daniel's other podcast, Core Intuition, so I was really looking forward to his new Bitsplitting show. If you're interested in finding out how successful techies get to where they are, I think this podcast may be just the kind of thing you'd want to listen to..
Daniel is a natural conversational podcaster
Daniel, you just have a warm, down to earth, calm manner about you, and it makes the podcast superb. You also happen to apparently know every interesting person on the planet, and that makes it great as well. Keep it up. You do great work.
I love that Daniel talks about the people and not the technology. Almost every time that I think that I wish he would asked something, he goes and asks it. I can't wait for each new episode. Great work.