There’s a bit of everything in this week’s issue! From server-side Swift, through SwiftUI, into Metal, to watchOS, right through into a short but sweet post on icon design and shipping apps.

That’s a wider variety than I can remember in a long time. 😳

Dave Verwer  





iOS Engineer @ Major League Baseball – Launched in 2001 as the tech arm of Major League Baseball, MLBAM is renown for creating mobile experiences that baseball fans love - and we are just getting started! – On-site (United States in CO or NY) with some remote work (within US timezones)

Senior Swift (iOS) Developer @ Nord Security – iOS developer has an essential role in growing the NordPass product and a lot of freedom to make an impact. There is plenty of space for experiments and constant improvement. You would be a part of a very ambitious and enthusiastic team which gives a lot of support and encouragement every day. – Remote (within European timezones)

Senior iOS Engineer @ Doximity – Doximity, the medical network used by over 80% of US clinicians, is hiring passionate iOS engineers (fully remote!). Come be part of an amazing product team + work on an app that is constantly evolving. Use your skills (Swift, TCA, Combine) to be an integral part of our growing telemed feature. – Remote (within US timezones)


Is your company hiring? If you’re looking for some amazing talent to help you work towards shipping your apps, you can post any Swift (or Objective-C!) position for free over at iOS Dev Jobs.


And finally...

Do you fancy a trip back in time via some 40-year-old source code courtesy of the wonderful Computer History Museum? 👨‍💻

Note: Be aware that if you download the source code, you’ll need to enter an email address and that they won’t only use that email to record who downloaded the code. After downloading, I also found myself on their regular mailing list. I unsubscribed without much fuss, but it’s a bit naughty.