Swift Delhi Meetup - Chapter 8

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Greeting from Swift Delhi!

It's our 8th meet-up and as the first one of 2018 we are delighted to have some of the most talented Swift developers speaking @SwiftDelhi! The meetup will be taking place at Workly Coworking ( http://www.workly.in/delhi_contact.html ) at Plot no. 1, Second floor, Lajpat Nagar IV, Ring Road, New Delhi, Delhi[masked] on the 3rd of February.


This meetup is sponsored by Workly! It's workspaces seek to provide entrepreneurs and start-ups an opportunity to work, co-work and invest together. Hence endowing an encouraging ambience that enables individuals to achieve bigger than they dreamt, become more effectual that they ever thought and grow faster than they projected.


We also have a brand new meetup format consisting of a open discussion session among attendees and speakers as well as improvements to the talks themselves with a more hands-on and practical approach. Here are the topics for the meetup!


#1 Protocol Oriented UIViewController.

Speaker: Ritesh Gupta

Abstract: Often there are situations where you wish to reuse a UIViewController but you end up duplicating the code. In this talk we will discover how to effectively use protocols to re-use a controller (and thus decouple business logic) so that you don't have to re-create a new class for a similar looking screen.

Bio: Ritesh Gupta is an iOS Developer at Fueled & Swift-India community manager. He has been working with Swift for over 3 years and in iOS for almost 5 years. He shares his Swifty thoughts on medium at - https://medium.com/@_riteshhh , author at - https://medium.com/swiftindia & the creator of Swift-Snippets publication at - https://medium.com/swift-snippets . You can also find him tweeting about Swift - ( https://twitter.com/_riteshhh ).


#2 You probably don't need Alamofire

Speaker: Robin Malhotra

Abstract: In this talk, Robin will share his experiences
- Writing, maintaining and integrating networking clients
- Keeping them testable
- Why most popular libraries aren’t the right choice
- Cool things you can do with your networking code

Bio: Robin Malhotra is an iOS dev at Kayako.com, previously worked at Paytm and Housing. He's a contributor to https://github.com/Anviking/Decodable ( 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.


#3 Open discussion session + Lightning talks!!!


See you guys there!!! Swift India - Delhi Team 🚀