James Dempsey of James Dempsey and the Breakpoints joins us today to talk about his history working at Apple, his transition to life as an indie contractor and trainer and, oh yeah, his new hit album Backtrace. Backtrace is the #1 comedy album on iTunes and just hit #5 on the Billboard comedy charts, and James has been gracious enough to let us share a few of his songs while he tells the story of how he got started in music and how his shows became an annual tradition at WWDC.
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Show Notes & Links
- James Dempsey on Twitter
- James Dempsey’s personal blog
- Tapas Software – James’ consulting company
- Backtrace (iTunes link) – the new hit album from James Dempsey and the Breakpoints
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