Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode — Live from the Ull conference in Ireland Guy and Rene talk to Horace Dediu of Asymco fame about his background as a developer, his time at Nokia, and his current job-to-be-done: analyzing Apple.
via Debug 64: Horace Dediu of Asymco (live from Ull) | iMore.
Horace and Anders look at the segments of the luxury market and consider how success can be measured in Apple’s watch business.
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #147: Attracting the Mind.
Bob Moesta demonstrates Jobs to be Done interview technique by speaking with Horace about a car purchase.
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #146: Bob Moesta.
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Back from the Apple Watch event, Horace gives his trip report discussing watch pricing and what we now know of how Apple intends to sell them. What cognitive illusions might come into play as people consider the watch?
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #145: Arbitrage.
Horace and Anders discuss Apple’s brand reorientation from the intellectual and analytical to the emotional and instinctual. Moore’s Law is fundamentally incompatible with luxury so new measures are necessary. What should one call this new paradigm?
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #144: The Hookup.
Horace and Anders discuss the design of Gordon Murray and what it might take to enter the automotive industry. Is an integrated strategy the only way? What job would an Apple car be hired to do?
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #143: Moving Parts.
Horace discusses his latest work at the Christensen Institute and considers why the educational system works the way it does. Can large scale education be modularized? In the second half of the show, Anders and Horace discuss the rumors about the possibility that Apple might be working on a car.
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #142: The Great Insufficiency.
Horace presents the next class in The Critical MBA. Having too much of a fundamental footing could be a disadvantage when evaluating what theory might apply to a given situation. Could this be why so many fail to understand Apple? In the second half of the show, Horace and Anders discuss Amazon as retail goes online.
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #141: Old Dogs.
In this special “live” version of The Critical Path, Horace gets the numbers just minutes before Apples January 27th, 2015 earnings call and dissects them live. The show picks up just after the call finishes with a quick recap and discussion of yet another record quarter.
via 5by5 | The Critical Path #140: Apple Earnings Call.