Hello CocoaHeads, we're back!
This time around, we're hosted for the first time by Kvadrat in their beautiful offices near Centralen.
17:45 - Doors open, food & drinks are served
18:15 - Welcome by Alek & hosts Kvadrat
18:30 - Jack Nutting (Let's go Lazy)
18:45 - Giovanni Palusa (Storing background location to the cloud)
19:00 - Break
19:20 - Daniel Saidi (Coordinating async operations in Swift)
19:50 - Mingle
Jack Nutting is a lead iOS developer at Dynamo, author of multiple books in iOS development and a long-time community member. In his talk "Let's go Lazy", he will present the case of lazy collections in Swift.
Giovanni Palusa is a junior iOS-developer since two years back, currently working at Knowit. He just released his first own app Map My Day on the App Store. In this talk, he will walk us through the process of building the app and specifically how Firebase helped him sync background location to the cloud
Daniel Saidi is the iOS Lead at BookBeat. In his talk, he will show how to coordinate asynchronous operations without any 3rd party libraries like RxSwift and PromiseKit or native technologies like GCD. The talk will cover concurrent and serial operations.
# RSVP / Guest List Information
Kvadrat is kind enough to sponsor us with food & beverages so please make sure to update your RSVP settings so they know how many are coming.
Please note that there will be 70 spots for the taking.
See you at CocoaHeads!
/ Alek & Edward
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