I'm always surprised at the popularity of video lessons. Personally, I prefer the density of the books, but there is obviously an audience out there who will see things done step by step on the screen while watching and listening to the presenter. Every time I get a royalty statement on the Core Audio book, there is some activity from two videos I did for them while they worked on the book (a studio-produced "live lesson", the other a conference presentation from 2012 or something ).
Black as an experiment – and also because I needed content for my weekly live streaming – I decided to review the entire book iOS 10 SDK Development -wrote with Janie, for 30 minutes bits in the beginning of every week's power before you get into the fun stuff that iPad let's play and visual novels. The Xcode segment was easy to preach every week, it got back in touch with the content of the book and what I do and do not like about it, and being all in XCode, there was another way to present the material on
So, please help yourself with the videos, either on the Prague page or invalidstream.com. I'll take a couple of weeks of raising power to speed up the work on my next (unannounced) book, and build the content guide for a few more Friday women in Xcode work, non-F2P iPad games and Muv-Luv Alternative (we are almost where it will be fine!).