Swift Show & Tell - bring something you made to share!
After an amazing relaunch of this meetup, that we had the chance to see our iOS dev community alive and kicking, it's time to make this a habit.
Apple pulled on us a huge "one more thing..." when introducing Swift and it feels like a reset button has hit on the dev community.
At times like these, it can be especially helpful to compare notes and see what other people are doing, and that's where the Swift - Show & Tell comes in.
Bring your Swift project and we open the stage for anyone who wants to share his experience, it can be a simple game, some hacks you found useful or even a framework you decided to translate to Swift, etc. as long as we get to see some code :)
Our current list of presenters is:
18:00 Networking, snacks and beers
18:35 Sash Zats (https://twitter.com/zats) - Custom operators in Swift
18:50 Nissan Tsafrir (http://twitter.com/ntsafrir) - Swift design patterns
19:05 Gil Shapira (http://gil.sh/) - MVVM in Swift
19:25 Leonid Shlafman - Introduction to Generics in Swift
19:40 Sash Zats (https://twitter.com/zats) - Swift Fun Facts
19:55 Alex Sludnikov - Swift ♥ Objective-C
20:25 More networking, cold pizza and beers
We will be hosted by the wonderful folks from Afeka College (Thanks Alon & Lior!).
Snacks and beer will be served thanks to Chegg Israel and Binpress.
Here are some Swift resources to get you started:
Apple iBook - The Swift Programming Language (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/swift-programming-language/id881256329?mt=11)
Apple iBook - Using Swift with Cocoa and Objective-C (https://itunes.apple.com/book/using-swift-cocoa-objective/id888894773?mt=11&uo=8&at=11ld4k)
Swift Official Blog (https://developer.apple.com/swift/blog/)
2014 WWDC videos (https://developer.apple.com/videos/wwdc/2014/): "Introduction to Swift", "Intermediate Swift", "Integrating Swift with Objective-C", "Advanced Swift"
Ray Wenderlich Swift Language FAQ (http://www.raywenderlich.com/74138/swift-language-faq)
Swift In Flux (https://github.com/ksm/SwiftInFlux) - Covers the change sets introduced in every beta update.
Binpress (http://binpress.com) is the marketplace for free and commercial open source code. Binpress provides a platform for developers to build profitable businesses from releasing and working on their own code by connecting those developers with businesses and entrepreneurs who wish to build software products with open source code.
Chegg (http://www.chegg.com/) is one of the biggest brands for students in the US. Chegg makes higher education more affordable, more accessible, and more successful for students.
The Israeli R&D center (https://www.facebook.com/CheggIsrael) leads the mobile development for Chegg.
Git Tower (http://git-tower.com) - the most powerful git client for Mac OS