MacVoices #17157: Road to Macstock – Kirschen Seah on the Ease of Approach to Automator

The Road to Macstock is almost at an end, but not before Kirschen Seah of Free Range Coder tells us how she will be getting us excited about Apple’s Automator in both a main stage presentation, as well as a Deeper Dive session. Kirschen provides some examples of what Automator can do, and why you don’t have to know a single line of code to start automating your own activities.

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MacVoices #17156: Yaroslav Stepanenko Discusses The 2017 Setapp Apple Market Survey Results

Yaroslav Stepanenko, Product Marketing Manager for MacPaw is back to talk about this year’s Setapp Apple Market Survey and what it reveals about how developers see the Apple software market. Yaroslav covers the results of questions on subscription software, what is and isn’t desirable about the Apple App Stores, and the factors that make up those positions. Whether you are a developer or a consumer, the results of this survey give some indications of how and where you will be buying and paying for software in the coming months.

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MacVoices #17155: Road to Macstock – Dave Hamilton Talks About The Whys of Mesh Networking

The Road to Macstock starts to close down as the event itself draws near, but we aren’t done yet. This time, Dave Hamilton of The Mac Observer and Mac Geek Gab gives us a preview of some of the information he will be delivering when he takes the stage to discuss mesh network routers. Dave talks about the problems mesh routers solve, some of the features you need to be aware of, and when it is appropriate to jump on the mesh network bandwagon.

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MacVoices #17154: Joe Kissell Updates Take Control of The Cloud

The latest effort from Joe Kissell is the second edition of Take Control of The Cloud, a topic that has become more expansive and involved since the book was first released. Joe explains how he has changed his approach because of this, and expanded the book to cover new topics such as the Internet of Things, the practical aspects of Cloud usage, and how to select your Cloud services. Automation and the Cloud, private cloud devices and productivity services are among many topics Joe touches on in this interview, and covers in more depth in the book.

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MacVoices #17153: Ted Landau’s Personal Take On Apple’s WWDC Announcements

Ted Landau was keeping a keen eye on Apple’s announcements at the WWDC keynote, and provides his take on the most important among them, but from a personal perspective. Ted selects his top three, talks about why he’s all but given up on his MacBook Pro, why he won’t be buying an iMac Pro (but would like to), and how the iPad Pro factors into his mobile computing. Comparisons to the past and looking to the future are part of this in-depth discussion.

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