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Paired Programming Fun with Swift/ObjC

New location: Westlake Porter Public Library. Last time we met it was a blast and we have a lot of interest to keep going! Come with an app idea for pairing, or join an existing one. It's a great way to get accustomed to source control, TDD, and "swift"ly learning any new languages that may be announced. Look for us straight to the back of the library in front of the study rooms, by the reference desk.

Here's the basic info for the meet up:

A few of us decided to start meeting up on weekend afternoons every once in a while to start some paired programming development and experience, and we'd like to invite anyone who would like to attend. This will be informal, and no "talks" are given, rather we'll jam out some code and work in pairs on just some fun ideas or specific topics/areas of Cocoa programming to use in apps. Bring your Mac, some ideas, and a smile.

Based on popularity, we will aim to have this meetup every other Saturday, but by no means should anyone feel badly about not being able to attend. Just catch us at the next one!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    As always I had a great time pairing with some awesome Swift developers.

    1 · October 14, 2014

  • Ed M.

    Does anybody here do Java?

    October 5, 2014

    • BJ M.

      Not to my knowledge, Ed. Someone there may have Java knowledge, but we tend to work together on iOS/Mac development in Objective-C and Swift.

      October 5, 2014

    • Hank T.

      No Java for me. I want to focus on Swift.

      October 5, 2014

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