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CocoaHeads August

Meeting Agenda

* Pizza, Introductions, and Sponsors

* Session 1: Using Cocoatron by Raf Cabezas

* Session 2: What an iOS Developer Needs to Know About the Law by Jonathan Rhyne

* Session 3: More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Commercial Insurance by Brooks Barbee

* Cocoa Showdown: App Backends: Build vs. Buy (time permitting)

* Show and Tell: Would you like to demo?

* NSDrinking

Would you demo your app? or even something cool you've been hacking on? Let me know in the comments below and I'll call you up during the Show and Tell section.

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  • Pat B

    My understanding is you only need to do that if you're selling your app in certain countries where there's an issue with standard SSL. If you're using normal SSL, like a browser would use and only selling in the United States that's not required to my knowledge. Great question for @jdrhyne.

    August 23, 2013

  • Steve F.

    Great speakers tonight.

    August 23, 2013

  • Jon P.

    It was great meeting folks last night. The legal talk brought to mind something that my company honestly didn't have a clue about: We believe that if you use SSL in your apps (i.e., communicating securely to a Rails backend), you have to report that encryption to the gov't and Apple. There's more info here:

    This adds anywhere from a few hours to a day for your app to go through export compliance review at Apple. Is anyone/everyone else doing this?

    My company is Gather Digital, one of the leading providers of event apps for conferences, etc. We do apps for Century 21, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, SAS, Verizon, Stanford Business School, etc. etc. Fully native iOS apps (doing a big rewrite in preparation for iOS 7) and fully native Android apps running off of a Rails API. 10 people in total, 3 developers, and looking for another strong person. Interested in talking? Contact me: [masked]

    August 23, 2013

  • Michael R.

    Can't make it tonight.. not feeling well.. btw, Does anyone a good recommendation on learning Core Data? Working an app idea that I'd like to use to learn CoreData with.

    August 22, 2013

    • Raf C.

      The Stanford course is really good (There's 2 videos I think about Core Data)

      1 · August 22, 2013

    • Michael R.

      Thanks Raf.. Will check them out

      August 22, 2013

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