If you use any SDKs that can update your app without App Store approval, you need to pay attention to this news. As a developer points out in Michael Tsai's roundup of this news, there could be other reasons for the rejection. If you do use these services, I would wait it out a few days to see what shakes out. At some point, developers are going to get a definitive answer on whether these services will be allowed. As noted in Rollout's response below, they are doing everything they can to work with Apple.
Keith always does an excellent job on these tutorials. In this one, he shows us how to split a fairly simple view controller with a table and map view into two container views. Learning how to correctly handle this straightforward example will build the foundation for taming more complex projects.
Around minute 22 of ATP last week, Marco talked about his new monetization strategy for Overcast, his popular podcast player. It's a must listen for any developer on how to think outside the box and not accept the norm. Marco had regular ads in his app, just like we all do. He wasn't satisfied with the revenue stream or the ads that were presented, so he decided to do something about it. Now he has his own ad network, specifically for his app. It's almost completely automated.
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Along with a photo of his desktop setup, Dural shares the services and apps he uses for iOS development. There are several I hadn't heard of and many that are very specialized. I bet you find at least one in this post that will help you.
Chances are your app needs to ask for user permissions. Whether it's the camera, audio, or contacts, getting this permission is crucial to keeping your app on their phone. This is a slick way of getting the permissions that just happens to look great. Be sure to check this one out.
Check out this relatively new podcast from veteran podcasters David Sparks & Jason Snell. They both work independently and have a lot of great insight into how to manage daily life and work. Great podcast to listen to for freelancers or anyone else who works from home any amount of time.
If you are looking for iOS work, check out XcodeJobs. Just searching their twitter feed is a great way to see what's out there. Now my Twitter feed is filled with tons of iOS jobs. Definitely worth a follow.