Note: We are back at UCSD Extension for this meeting - with a triple room for seating an expected new record SDiOS attendance. As our presenter this time is a professor there, UCSD Extension is promoting this meeting as a special event.
For this meeting UCSD Extension professor Norman McEntire (Servin Corporation) presents Xcode 6 & iOS 8 Live: What's New for App Developers.
Norman founded Servin Corporation in 1995 to focus on Software Technology Training for Software Technology Professionals™. He uses his unique "show it live and in action" style to train thousands of software developers in nearly every major technology company.
With degrees in Computer Engineering, Norman has designed and built everything from low-level chips to complete computer systems, and from device drivers to end-user software for desktop, web and mobile. He offers Corporate Training, Servin Bootcamps and UCSD Extension courses.
Apple's iOS 8 is the most significant and feature-packed mobile software ever! In this exciting and fast-paced presentation, using both Swift and Objective-C live in Xcode 6, Norman will show all the major new features: Swift Playground, Modern Objective-C, Swift and Objective-C interoperability, creating Frameworks, new Storyboard and UIKit features, Application Extensions, CloudKit, HomeKit, HealthKit and more!
Whether you are a total beginner, or an experienced iOS developer, you will leave this live demonstration filled with new skills and knowledge that you can immediately put to use.
Our educational and professional/social networking meetings follow our ICAM theme (Ideas, Coding, Art and Marketing). Artists and developers alike will find something of interest - with their various experiences and perspectives contributing to the enrichment of our group.
Come early - bring your friends - get involved - and have fun sharing and learning about the exciting and potentially rewarding world of iOS app development.
Whether you are a professional, hobbyist, beginner or just curious - all are welcome at SDiOS!
For more info please visit sdios.org