I’ve had the pleasure of speaking at this year’s 360|iDev conference, which so far has been an amazing conference. I’ll post more when the conference is done, but since I’m done speaking, here are my slides and sample code:
Developing for Apple Watch With Swift:
Sample Code: https://github.com/SlaunchaMan/Timeato
Advanced Dates and Times in Swift:
Sample Code (Swift Playgrounds): https://gist.github.com/SlaunchaMan/c466ca7909c4688fd8b28421d72b78ab
Sample Code (iOS App): https://github.com/SlaunchaMan/DropItLikeItsClock
I did a presentation at CocoaHeads Ann Arbor about Dates and Times in Cocoa. I’m pretty happy with it—a little short, but I covered a lot of important points. Missed it and want to see it live? Come to CocoaHeads Toledo on March 6 to see it!
I braved the polar vortex to come down to Sandusky, OH for the always-amazing CodeMash conference. I gave a talk about Objective-C’s underpinnings in C and the like. You can find the slides on SpeakerDeck, and the slides and code on the unofficial GitHub repository for the conference. Thanks for coming, everyone!
Last night I gave the Understanding Objective-C Inside and Out talk at CocoaHeads Ann Arbor. You can find my slides on SpeakerDeck.
We had a really great turnout—CocoaHeads Ann Arbor is almost outgrowing its space! If you’re in the SE Michigan area (or even further—there are attendees from Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids) you should come to the next meeting and learn about Auto Layout.
Once again I ventured south to Columbus and the always-excellent CocoaConf. My presentation was about Objective-C, and you can view the slides on Speaker Deck.