@Genius: WWDC 2018: 25 Sessions in 25' && Flutter for Native Mobile Developers

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92 3rd Street · Brooklyn, NY

How to find us

Doors open at 6:30 PM. Please bring your ID. Event space is on the ground floor. Follow the yellow arrow on the front door (GENIUS entry), walk through the metal gate on the east side of the building, down the stairs and through the glass side doors.

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Genius will be hosting us this month. Food and drink will be provided!


WWDC 2018: 25 Sessions in 25 Minutes
Mike Sanderson, Senior iOS Developer at Wickr

About any WWDC session, the first question every iOS developer has is “Should I watch this?” Returning to give the post-WWDC talk for the second year, Mike Sanderson will try to help answer that by running 25 WWDC sessions to offer highlights, quick takes, annotations, and questions, along with general takeaways about what we should make of WWDC 2018.

Mike Sanderson has been doing iOS development full-time since 2013. He has given several talks at iOSoHo including last year's WWDC 17 recap. Mike is currently Senior iOS Developer at Wickr, the encrypted messaging app.


What Native Mobile Developers Should Know About Flutter
Martin Rybak, NYC Flutter Meetup Organizer

By now you may have heard about Flutter, Google’s new cross-platform mobile app development toolkit, and are maybe even a little intrigued. Martin will be going over what Flutter is, how it works, and what makes it unique. He will then show some examples of Flutter app code and why you should consider it as an option for your next project.

Martin Rybak is a member of the iOSoho Leadership Council and the organizer of the NYC Flutter Meetup Group (https://www.meetup.com/flutter-nyc/). He is the former Mobile Engineering Manager at Yodle, a Web.com company, and is currently the founder of a mobile payments startup.