- WWDC Keynote 2017
WWDC is coming up, and we're all waiting for exciting new APIs and Swift 4 of course. Join us for the first time in our own new office to watch the Keynote with us. Places are pretty restricted, so please only RSVP if you can actually make it.
- swift.berlin #24
Speakers -Christopher Stott (https://twitter.com/chrisYVR)- Building buddybuild - Engin Kurutepe (https://twitter.com/ekurutepe) - Unidirectional Dataflow with ReSwift - Arash Kashi (https://github.com/arashkashi) - How I came with peace with Core Data More info on http://swift.berlin Drinks and Location are sponsored by Viacom International.
- swift.berlin #23
This time we're going to have 2 talks (about 30mins each). So if you have something interesting to share - talk to us or visit How to become a Speaker (http://swift.berlin/how-to-become-a-speaker/) on our website. Lineup: Dmitry Bespalov - How moving to manual dependency management saved us app startup and build time Ronny Deicke - Space Galaxy Rogue (Lightning Talk) Still looking for Speakers checkout on swift.berlin (http://swift.berlin/) Food and Drinks sponsored by Babbel.
- swift.berlin #22
This time we're going to have 3 talks (about 30mins each). So if you have something interesting to share - talk to us or visit How to become a Speaker (http://swift.berlin/how-to-become-a-speaker/) on our website. Lineup: checkout on swift.berlin (http://swift.berlin) Location: Please keep in mind that the Contentful Office is a bit distributed in that building, our meetup will take place at: Contentful FooBar, located in the main yard of the building, on the left side as one walks in.
- swift.berlin #21
We're back from our extended summer break! 🎉 This time we're going to have 2 talks (about 30mins each). We still have one open slot. So if you have something interesting to share - talk to us or visit How to become a Speaker (http://swift.berlin/how-to-become-a-speaker/) on our website. Speaker lineup - Alex Curran - Topic: Using Swift to write better code Writing better code is what makes great developers, a great codebase, and great products. So how can you use Swift's power to make your life easier and your code even better? - Claus Höfele - Topic: Running and deploying Swift server applications with Docker An introduction to Docker with examples on how to containerize a Swift server application. Please don't show up without RSVPing, you're going to be ticked off on a list at the entrance. And if you cannot make it, please cancel in time so that other members can go! Food and Drinks sponsored by BCG Digital Ventures.
- swift.berlin #20
We're still looking for at least one Speaker, so if you're interested: get in touch with us! Speakers: - Gasper Kolenc (dubsmash) - "Sound manipulation with AVAudioEngine" - Alexsander Akers - "Devon Scope: now built into your iPhone" Checkout http://swift.berlin for more info and past meetups!
- swift.berlin #19
This time it's on a Wednesday because we're having some special guests! Speakers lineup: Felix Krause | Software Engineer on fastlane at Fabric @KrauseFx What would you do with 2 extra hours every single week? Felix will talk about completely automating the deployment of your app to the App Store, including code signing, screenshots and more Chris Eidhof and Florian Kugler | talk.objc.io @chriseidhof / @floriankugler Chris and Florian from objc.io will give a short a live-coding talk, similar in style to their new Swift Talk (https://talk.objc.io/) project. Drinks and food provided by our sponsor GetYourGuide!