About Bob

My name is Bob McCune. I’m the owner of TapHarmonic, an iOS consulting and training company based in Minneapolis, MN. I’ve been developing software in a variety of industries since the mid-90s. I’m a strong proponent of Agile methodologies and practices as I have seen first-hand how they can help teams produce better software, faster.

My professional focus for the past few years has been on the iOS platform. I have extensive experience developing for both the iPhone and iPad and have a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities inherent to this new class of mobile devices. I am currently engaged at Thomson Reuters working on a variety of large scale enterprise iPad application.

In 2012 I developed an iOS video training course for Infinite Skills called Learning iOS Programming. It has become one of the top iOS training titles and TapHarmonic has additional educational content planned for 2013.

I am also the founder and leader of the Minnesota CocoaHeads user group. I started the group in the spring of 2008 and we continue to grow and build a large and vibrant user community of Mac and iOS developers. If you’re interested in Mac or iOS technology I’d like to personally invite you to join our group!

On a personal note I have been happily married since 1999 and have two amazing children ages 10 and 11. I have been greatly blessed to have such a wonderful, supportive family!

My principal hobby is the guitar. I’ve played for over 25 years (I should be better by now). I always assumed I would have a career in music as it was the only passionate interest I had as a kid, however, I found the technology field to pay considerably better than the starving musician field. Hopefully I’ll someday figure out a way to combine my love of music and interest in technology into a viable career. Hey, it could happen!

The quickest way to get in touch with me is through my contact form above. However, certainly feel free to find me on the various social networking sites listed at the bottom of the page.