Past Meetup

Swift Delhi Meetup, Chapter 2 - Two-Oh-Five

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Fueled

A 20, Ground floor, Sector 3, Noida · Noida

How to find us

Its near Noida Sector 16 metro station!

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Details

Hello from Swift Delhi,

This is our second meet-up in Swift Delhi, This month we are excited to have our swift enthusiasts speaking @ Swift Delhi! We will be conducting this meetup at Fueled (https://www.google.co.in/maps/dir/) in Noida (Sector 3) - food and drinks will be provided by the same.

This meetup is sponsored by Fueled (https://www.google.co.in/maps/dir/), They assemble a team of product whizzes, design masters, and development geniuses.

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ATP two-oh-five deep dive

Abstract : A deep dive into episode 205 of the accidental tech podcast. Covers details about LLVM, compiler technologies, Chris Lattner's work at , the future of swift, GC vs ARC and a whole lot of fun stuff

Bio : Robin Malhotra is an iOS dev at Kayako.com, previously worked at Paytm and HousingHe's a contributor to https://github.com/Anviking/Decodable/ , https://github.com/JohnSundell/SwiftPlate and Unbox. Currently working on https://github.com/johnsundell/files and his own networking library that brings the best of Alamofire, Moya and Siesta.

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Dealing with Rejection

Abstract : Submissions to the App Store's App Review team can sometimes result in a rejection for your app. And in some cases, fixing the issue requires you to rethink the fundamental structure of your app.

In Dealing with Rejection, we explore ways in which Swift helped me deal with such a restructuring.

Bio: Mayur Dhaka is an iOS developer at Crindo. The App he works on is LxMe.

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Enums Reimagined.

Abstract : Enumerations have earned themselves a first class type status in Swift. They now have initializers, computed properties, values & associated types with cases, extensions & can conform to protocols. We will look at some of these new found abilities of enums and see examples where we could use them.

Bio : Mehul Srivastava An iOS developer with 2 years of experience. He has been programming in Swift from day one and absolutely loves it! Currently working with Global Logic. Created Insane 60 day workout tracker as his first shot at App Store, resulting in 20K downloads in 6 months with a decent revenue stream and happy users. When he's not making beautiful apps, you can find him either playing FIFA or a round of basketball.

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See you guys there!!

Swift India - Delhi Team :)