Marco Arment with an article on WatchKit never being able to live up to the capabilities of the platform for as long as Apple are not also using it, and therefore feeling the pain of it.
I've been skeptical of the watch as an app platform since the first announcement, and to be honest I remain that way (although I am 100% convinced of its value as a health/fitness tracker!) but regardless of whether the wrist is a good place for apps, the issue Marco raises here is much more important. There has been a consistent history of application frameworks that do not get used by the platform vendor failing and this is exactly what we have with WatchKit now.
Oh and this tweet makes me think I might be wrong on my thoughts about it as an app platform as well!
I haven't linked to anything on GDPR yet but it has the potential to affect every one of us as developers (yes, even if you don't live in the EU) and time is running out. I came across this article by Heather Burns this week and it's a great, in-depth guide on what you need to know. You should really get yourself up to speed on this as the fines for non-compliance can be astronomical.