Last month, I had the pleasure of delivering a four-hour SwiftUI workshop and two talks at CodeMash, one of my favorite conferences to attend. The talks were recorded, so I will eventually have video from them, but for now, here are the slides and the sample code from them.
In this workshop, we built Timeato, a pomodoro timer app for iOS, watchOS, macOS, tvOS, and iPadOS. You can find the code on GitHub.
This talk was less technology-focused and more on the things you can do to make a mobile app shine. You can find the slides on Speaker Deck.
This talk focused on error handling in Swift, and how we got to the state of the art. You can find the slides on Speaker Deck.
Thanks to everyone who came out to my talks! It was a grueling week of public speaking, but I had a lot of fun!
Another year, another AltConf! This year’s was fantastic and I had the pleasure of presenting again about dates and times. You can find the slides at Speakerdeck, and download the sample code in a Playground here.
I’ve had the pleasure of speaking at this year’s 360|iDev conference, which so far has been an amazing conference. 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!