Mark your calendars for another great conference November 15 and 16 in Amsterdam! The first DO iOS 2015 was a huge success. So we're bringing it back for 2016, with an exciting, new line-up of the most well-known international iOS Gurus.
Ayaka Nonaka is an iOS engineer at Workflow and was previously at Venmo leading their iOS team. In the past, she’s given talks on natural language processing in Swift, scripting in Swift, and a few other things. Recently she’s been writing at Learn Swift ↯ to show how powerful the language can be.
Take a break from the amazing content with a delicious lunch. Vegetarian options available!
Daniel Steinberg has spent the last three decades working as a professional Swift developer. OK, he hasn't. But he's really enjoying the Swift Programming Language. He has written apps for the iPhone and the iPad since the SDKs first appeared and has written programs for the Mac all the way back to System 7. You can find him at Dim Sum Thinking.
Programme and speakers will be updated regularly after the CFP has ended. So check back!
Thinking in Swift 3 by Daniel Steinberg
University Day 16th November
In addition to the main DO iOS Conference Day, we’ll host a DO iOS University Day where Daniel Steinberg will explain more about the Patterns of Programming in Swift.
Who's it for?
This course is for programmers who know the fundamentals of the Swift Programming Language but haven't mastered the paradigms.
What you'll learn
This fast-paced workshop shows you how to take advantage of Swift features to write more robust code that is easier to reason about. Swift has been changing quickly over the past year. In this workshop you'll learn to embrace the latest Swift 3 conventions.
One of the strengths of Swift is that it can borrow the best from a multitude of paradigms. Swift stresses protocol oriented programming. We'll look at how to successfully use it and weave it together with OO and functional code into a readable and flexible architecture.
We assume that you are an experienced programmer who has spent some time looking at Swift but you aren't yet an expert in Swift. You understand most of the hows and whats of working with Swift and are looking for the whys and wheres.