Swift Language User Group (aka SLUG) is back!
This event will be hosted at Lyft HQ, featuring two stellar talks by Sam Soffes of Lyft and Greg Heo of Topology Eyewear.
Hashing, Hashable, and Hash Values
What is the simplest hash implementation? How about the worst? What is a hash anyway? And why does it matter? By the end of this talk, you'll have the answers to these questions. You’ll also be able to whiteboard out a solution at your next on site interview, no longer be frightened of hash collisions, and understand the hashable changes coming up in Swift 4.2.
About Greg Heo (https://twitter.com/gregheo)
Greg is an iOS engineer and Swift language enthusiast. By day, he’s virtually measuring heads and rendering perfectly-fitting glasses onto faces at Topology Eyewear. Otherwise you’ll find him wandering around San Francisco photographing its hills and staircases, or writing about Swift at swiftunboxed.com.
Starting a Mobile Design System
A look at how Lyft building their mobile design system and tooling in Swift.
About Sam Soffes (https://twitter.com/soffes)
Sam is an iOS engineer at Lyft working on mobile design systems.
6:30pm: Doors open downstairs. Enter through Lobby 4, go left through the courtyard to Lobby 2, and take the elevator up to the 5th floor.
6:30pm - 7pm: Refreshments and light bites. We will not be serving alcohol at this meetup, but we'll have plenty of other drinks.
We welcome you to stay and chat afterwards!
Thanks to Lyft (https://lyft.com) for hosting and providing food + drinks.
*Just RSVP here on Meetup, no need to RSVP elsewhere unlike some previous SLUG events.