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Fixing your MVC code with some MVC with Andrew Sardone

This could be a light and on-going series about fixing your MVC (Mostly-ViewController) code with MVC (Model-View-Controller, but more generally read as “good architecture”). The idea is to examine the all-too-common bloated UIViewControllers seen in iOS apps and look at ways to extract orthogonal concerns into separate services.

 

About Andrew Sardone:

Andrew is an Ann Arbor-based software engineer. When he's not busy at Nutshell building modern business applications, he can be seen cruising around town on foot or bike, sampling breakfast food, playing the guitar, or spending time with his fiancée Jenn and her bunny Shelley. Andrew is crazy about learning ways to make software better and loves getting the best product out to users.

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  • Tim F.

    Thanks Andrew! It was a very informative presentation!

    1 · November 6, 2013

  • Mike B

    While I wasn't expecting it to be all iOS, still learned a lot and I know more about iOS than I did going into the evening. Plus, the principles apply to all MVC platforms for the most part.

    2 · November 6, 2013

  • Thomas K.

    I'm not an iOS guy, but this was a great talk for me. Andrew is organized, on-point, and good on his feet.

    2 · November 6, 2013

  • Bob A.

    The website for the free monthly code retreat I mentioned during introductions is at http://codeCraftsmanSaturdays.blogspot.com/. Next workshop is December 14th and you must register so I can feed you. Also, it's the one not to miss: Global Day of Code Retreat: 200+ cities all holding code retreats on the same day.

    2 · November 5, 2013

  • Bob A.

    Andrew is visiting some all-too common buggaboos that many iOS devs fall into. A most welcome walkthrough.

    November 5, 2013

  • Amber C.

    Food tonight will be coming from Jerusalem Garden, and is sponsored by Detroit Labs! :D

    1 · November 5, 2013

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