Past Meetup

Swift Delhi Meetup, Chapter 3 - Protocols, Instruments & Analytics

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D Block, East of Kailash, New Delhi - 110065 · Delhi

How to find us

It's near Kailash Colony metro station.

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Hello from Swift Delhi,

It's our third meet-up and we are excited to have our swift enthusiasts speaking @Swift Delhi! We will be conducting this meetup at LBB ( ) in East of Kailash, New Delhi - food and drinks will be provided by the same!

This meetup is sponsored by LBB ( ), their mission is to make you a traveler no matter where you are - in your own city or a quaint part of Goa - through recommendations from locals and people in the know.

Here are the topics for the meetup!!!

#1. Time Profiling with Instruments 🛠️

Speaker: Manish Ahuja

Abstract: There is one thing that all good app developers should do… instrument their code! In this session, I'll be showing how to make your app work better and run efficiently. I'll mainly be covering the Time Profiler Instrument.

Bio: I lead the iOS team (Noida) for Fueled. I've been building iOS apps since 2011. More information here:


#2. Deep Dive into Protocols

Speaker: Ritesh Gupta

Abstract: Swift is a Protocol Oriented Language! It's a style of programming powered by protocols. In this talk we will discuss how protocol in swift is different and so much powerful from objective-c. It will be a live coding session where I'll demonstrate various practical use cases!

Bio: Ritesh Gupta is an iOS Developer at Fueled & Swift-Delhi community manager. He has been working with Swift for over 2 years and in iOS for almost 4 years. He shares his Swifty thoughts on medium at - , author at - & the creator of Swift-Snippets publication at - . You can also find him, talking about Swift, at twitter - ( ).


#3. Code Generation for Fun and Profit

Speaker: Ragunath Jawahar

Abstract: In this talk, we discuss the techniques that we used to generate source code for integrating analytics tracking code into our apps from a CSV. It also focuses on how we leveraged the compiler and the IDE to improve accuracy, productivity, and testability for both iOS and Android.

Bio: I am a mobility lead working with Kite Cash, a FinTech startup in New Delhi. I've had the opportunity to work with leading brands like Tiffany, Mizuno, Amazon, Glenlivet, Fetch, Tata Group and several others as an independent consultant over the past 7 years. I have authored and contributed to quite a few open-source libraries and have also spoken at Droidcon London, 2016.


See you guys there!!!

Swift India - Delhi Team 🚀