Merge Conflict is a weekly discussion with Frank and James on all things development, technology, & more. After years of being friends, Frank and James finally decided to sit down and start a podcast about their lives as mobile developers using C#, Xamarin, and .NET MAUI. Much more than just another mobile development podcast, Merge Conflict, reaches all areas of development including desktop, server, and of course mobile. They also cover fun things happening in the world of technology and gaming and whatever else happens to be on Frank's and James' minds.
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We break down the big announcement from WWDC that is going to eliminate passwords forever!! Or will it? Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music : Amethyst S... more
Everything you need to know about the latest in iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, iPadOS, and so much more from WWDC 2022! Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website, Chat on Discord Music ... more
Frank tried to build a MacCatalyst app with OpenGL and soon realizes that it doesn't exists!!?!?! more
Becoming one of my favourite podcasts for developer experiences and guidelines for app design
Truly an entertaining technology centered podcasts. It’s like listening to a couple of friends joke and talk about various technologies. more
Easily the podcast I check first for new episodes. more
For a good podcast you need great sound quality, interesting content, people who speak clearly and in the case where there are multiple people, they're not talking over themselves and have some chemistry that makes them fun to listen to. Frank & James offer all those things with merge conflict. Whilst both are mobile developers, they do not stick to just mobile, the podcast can be technical some times but you feel like you're really just sat there listening to two friends chatting at a coffee sh... more
James and Frank have that perfect best-bud chemistry. Every episode leaves me feeling inspired and eager to learn about all there is in the many rabbit holes of tech and software. Both hosts are super knowledgeable in so many aspects of their work and never fail to keep things interesting. And finally because i want to gush just a little bit, Frank is honestly my hero and pretty much all I aspire to be as a person and developer/electrical engineer. I also can’t help but love that James says “for... more
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Merge Conflict launched 6 years ago and published 315 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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