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Debug

By Guy English, Rene Ritchie

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Description

Debug is a conversational interview show about developing software and services, primarily for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and gaming. Hosted by Guy English and Rene Ritchie, it's all the great talk you get at the bar after the conference, wrapped up in convenient podcast form. Pull up a chair, hit play, join us.

Customer Reviews

Just great!

Excellent conversations, great content, friendly voices. What more do you want?

Some True Gems For Everyone Interested In Tech Among Several Shows for Experienced Developers Only

I am an engineer, but not a software developer, so the topics of many episodes do tend to run deep into topics I am unfamiliar with, but I keep finding my self returning to this show time and time again as between the deep dives into esoteric programming development topics are some truly great shows.

The most recent trilogy (episodes 39-41) featuring Nitin Ganatra formerly of Apple contained some great insight into his time there from a new perspective. If you have any interest in how OSX, the iPhone and iPad came to be and the decision processes that went into these products, take the time to give it a listen. I believe that Guy’s experience within the industry enables him to ask some truly insightful questions and drive the discussion toward topics that are truly interesting, that someone with a pure journalism background may be unable to do.

Another great show is episode 34 “Sexism In Tech”, as it provides an alternative perspective on the culture at far too many technology related industries (not just development or web related fields).

As has been covered by other, the sound quality may not be up to 5By5 levels, it is still far better than many other shows out there, and far from unintelligible.

Who am I to tell you what to do?

The show is awesome. I don’t expect it to be some Hollywood extravaganza, a sports broadcast, a radio talk show. I don’t listen to Podcasts for that. I listen to them because they’re talking about things I’m interested in. My favorite shows are shows like these where it feels more like a couple guys hangin’ out shootin’ the s!@#. I like The Talk Show for the same reason. I don’t care what you guys do as long as you keep doin’ somethin’ with other cool people.

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