You've learned Objective-C and Cocoa, and may have possibly deployed an App or two to the Apple App Store. If you're an awesome developer who writes code, complete and perfect, the first time, then you're a very special breed. But, if you're like the rest of us, who writes not so perfect code and often implement enhancements and collaborate with other team members that may ultimately update your very code, then your team following a set of guidelines will make development smoother. In this talk, I will present some useful Objective-C style guidelines that iOS developers can use to develop code that is easier to read and enhance in a team environment.
Rolin Nelson is a software engineer based out of Jacksonville, FL. He has been consulting in the Information Technology arena for over 20 years. He has spent the last four years developing both internal and external native iOS applications for large corporations (i.e. Apple, PSS). Prior to delving into the mobile arena Rolin specialized in middleware enterprise integration.