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Daniel and Manton may be the most congenial co-hosts out there. They communicate very clearly, they obviously enjoy talking with each other, and they're highly qualified to discuss developer-related issues, including but by no means limited to the nuts and bolts of programming. The show has a very high signal-to-noise ratio; you'd be hard pressed to find any noise at all. I just gave the latest episode a second listen, and I heard zero noise. I feel like a schmuck for breaking the streak of 5-star ratings, but I'm reluctant to give *anything* a five-star rating. Guys, if it helps, you can think of it as one star off for going so long without an episode...
a.g.lee via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/12
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It's a great podcast for Cocoa developers with some good technical content and a fair bit of inforation on the Cocoa community. It would be awesome if it could be on more frequent, though... ;-)
Jay 'Mc' Bee via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 12/15/11
Thanks for providing a great podcast for iOS devs. I’ve listened to a bunch and CoreInt is in my top 3 to listen each week. Thanks guys!
Blueguy85 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/04/14
I have no interest in writing code and/or development, but I love this show. Only reason not to listen to the show is if you're somehow elergic to hearing the words 'crashlytics' or 'azure'. Also, pobably the worst podcast for picking titles though, they're almost...Read full review »
BobRudge via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/29/13
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