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Kawiarnia Crux

Hoża 51, 00-681 · Warszawa

How to find us

Upstairs! Look for Mobile Warsaw signs!

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Details

We're more than happy to invite you to the January edition of Mobile Warsaw meetup. We'll be meeting in our usual spot of Crux cafe, make sure you arrive at the right place!

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# Robert Abramczyk

I'm a WUT's Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science graduate in AI specialization. Passionate about the human brain, science, and philosophy. I started as the only iOS developer in Inteliclinic, working on the intelligent sleep mask Neuroon. I've been in love with mobile development and IoT ever since. Currently on a verge of an affair with functional programming. I especially enjoy a good TED talk, lone walks and playing some instruments.

# MQTT for iOS developers

A general overview of the MQTT technology with some useful tips + a comparison of 3 subjectively most interesting MQTT iOS frameworks out there.

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# Luca Torella

Luca is a senior iOS software engineer at Scandit, a fast-growing Swiss startup company with offices in Zurich, Warsaw, and San Francisco. Prior to joining Scandit, he received a PhD in computer science from the University of Siena (Italy) and then moved to London, where he worked for Blinkbox, a startup company in the music industry. Apple enthusiast since he was 6, he breathes Swift and Objective-C++ daily.

# Augmented reality with ARKit

ARKit is Apple’s new framework for creating augmented reality experiences. We will first explore the ARKit API and familiarize with the basic concepts of augmented reality, then we will see what are the current limitations and we will dive into some code by checking out how Scandit is leveraging ARKit to support retail store workers in their daily jobs.

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Sponsors:

Scandit https://www.scandit.com/mobile-warsaw

Scandit is a startup from Zurich and San Francisco and has just opened an office in Warsaw. They make the technology that is used on more than 75 million mobile phones to scan barcodes.

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Eager to give a talk or a flash talk? Please let us know! Write at [masked]

As always, there'll be free beverages and lots of fellow developers to enjoy them with!