iOS Software Engineer @ Lose It! – We believe a small team of talented people can do great things. We are purpose-driven, with start-up energy and the stability of a profitable business with plans for the future. Our product-first strategy has helped millions of users live healthier lives. Lose It! offers incredible benefits, flexible hours and a balanced approach to work and life. Feel like the team for you? Let’s talk. – Boston MA
Senior Mobile Software Engineer @ Doximity – Doximity, the medical network used by over 70% of US clinicians, is hiring passionate Senior iOS engineers (remote-friendly!). You'll get to be part of an amazing product team and work on an app that is constantly evolving. Use your skills (Swift, MVVM, FRP) to be an integral part of our newly launched telemedicine feature. Apply today! – Remote within the US
You might remember that I announced something extra on top of the newsletter last week. iOS Dev Weekly Insiders. I’m delighted to say it was a successful launch, and I want to thank the 61(!!) people who signed up already. Incredible! ❤️
We had the first Insider call on Monday, which turned into a fun discussion around the App Store and touched on the Mac App Store, side loading and alternate stores as well.
I planned to shout out everyone who signed up all at once, but reading a wall of 60+ names isn’t the best, so I’m going to do five a week until I run out! So, my thanks this week go to Morten Gregersen, Collin Beck, Charletta Bullard, Ethan Huang, and Nikolay Volosatov!
This week’s Insider call is in a few hours and will cover WWDC hopes and predictions, amongst other things. If you’d like to be there, there’s still time to sign up as an Insider.
What’s that on your screen? 👀
I’ve been enjoying Neil Sardesai’s tweets for a while now, so if you like the sound of camera-shy windows, games built entirely of windows, windows that replicate, or use physics, games that run in a dock icon, animated dock icons, a Finder face that follows you, or a battery monitor with personality then he’s absolutely worth a follow!