Swift & Fika 2018 – Janina Kutyn The Amazing Race; Performance of Standard iOS Elements & Tech

In her talk, Janina will take us in a tour around the performance aspects of common iOS technologies such as Auto Layout and UIKit text controls, then highlight the differences between them and the compromises that we have to make as developers.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/jkutyn/the-amazing-race-performance-of-standard-ios-elements-and-technologies

Janina Kutyn is an Amsterdam-based iOS engineer with an international background: she studied Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia, and has worked in Vancouver, London, and Silicon Valley. Janina’s passion lies in developing sleek and performant user interfaces, a focus she has honed in a variety of roles. At Apple, she was part of the team that launched Apple Music. Today, on Adyen’s iOS team, Janina is helping bring their disruptive payment processing technology to apps around the world.
https://twitter.com/JaninaKutyn

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Anastasiia Vixentael Use Cryptography; Don't Learn It

Anastasiia will share with us her experience as a crypto-library author and iOS developer through a story about the mistakes we usually make when using crypto, tips about “boring crypto”, and what is the current state of cryptographic libraries.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/vixentael/use-cryptography-dont-learn-it

Anastasiia Vixentael has been developing mobile apps for seven years and has been making them more secure in the last three. She is currently maintaining the open-source security library Themis, which allows developers to easily integrate encryption into their apps and infrastructures. Beside that she is conducting workshops and consulting teams about data protection design.
Anastasiia never tried coding on F#.
https://twitter.com/vixentael https://www.cossacklabs.com

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – JP Simard Bespoke Artisanal Swift Static Analysis

Have you ever fixed a bug in your code and wondered if you made that mistake elsewhere? Wouldn’t it be great if you could teach the Swift compiler to catch that bug next time you wrote it? In this talk, we’ll learn how you can build custom static analysis tools for Swift to make sure you never write the same bug twice.

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/jpsim/bespoke-artisanal-swift-static-analysis

JP Simard is a Swift developer, created SwiftLint & jazzy, and is the co-host of Swift Unwrapped.
https://twitter.com/simjp

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Jack Nutting Crash Logs

Jack Nutting with a special performance of the song Crash Logs.
https://twitter.com/jacknutting

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Jack Nutting Whitespace

Jack Nutting with a special performance of the song Whitespace.
https://twitter.com/jacknutting

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Daniel Kennett Adventures In API Design

If your app is the product you ship to your end users, your code’s API is the product you ship to your teammates, external developers, and — perhaps most importantly — future you. Daniel takes a brief look at some of the points to consider when designing an API to be proud of, before delving into some real-world challenges he faced when things started to get a bit more tricky!

Daniel Kennett is an independent iOS and Mac developer currently working on Cascable, a tool for working with WiFi-enabled digital cameras. He previously worked at Spotify as an OS X and iOS engineer.
https://twitter.com/iKenndac http://ikennd.ac/

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – John Sundell The Lost Art of System Design

App architecture is a topic that is very commonly discussed in the iOS developer community, but most conversations tend to focus on design patterns and letter combinations—In this talk, John will take a step further and explore how system design can be a really powerful tool to create well-rounded architectures for apps of any size and complexity.

John Sundell builds apps, games & developer tools. He also makes Swift by Sundell – a weekly blog & podcast about Swift development. He has worked for companies like Volvo & Spotify, and is now an iOS freelancer. He’s the creator of several open source projects and loves to share his work with other developers.
https://twitter.com/johnsundell https://www.swiftbysundell.com/

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Meghan Kane Navigating the Machine Learning Landscape for Apple Devices

When it comes to machine learning, the abundance of tools and frameworks that are made available today overwhelms developers who are new to the field and slows down their learning process. In her talk, Meghan will walk us through which ML tools to use for what purposes, be it training a model or doing on-device prediction, while also covering some of the newly introduced CoreML APIs in WWDC 2018.

Meghan Kane is an iOS developer at Novoda in their Berlin office. She is the co-creator and instructor of a Udacity course on Core ML. When not coding, she can usually be found reading at a coffee shop or cycling. In her former life, she lived in the US and studied Mathematics & CS at MIT.
https://twitter.com/meghafon http://meghaphone.com

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Paul Hudson How Not to Write Swift

Swift gives us a dazzling array of features we can deploy to really screw up our code, so why use just one when you can have them all? Sometimes it’s easier to learn what’s right by seeing what’s wrong, so in his talk, Paul will walk us through example code and fix the issues that come up.

Paul Hudson is the creator of Hacking with Swift, author of books about iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, public speaker, Rubik’s cube enthusiast, and herder of his kids.
https://twitter.com/twostraws https://www.hackingwithswift.com

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

Swift & Fika 2018 – Roy Marmelstein Open Source & Swift

Open sourcing your code is a thrilling journey. In this talk, Roy will share experiences and learnings from maintaining and contributing to popular Swift frameworks — both as an independent developer and from within a large company.

Roy Marmelstein works on iOS at Spotify. He is the creator of PhoneNumberKit, Interpolate and Zip.
https://twitter.com/marmelroy http://marmelroy.github.io/

Recorded at the Swift & Fika conference in Stockholm on September 10th 2018.
https://twitter.com/swiftandfika http://swiftandfika.com
Organized by:
Alek Åström (https://twitter.com/MisterAlek)
Reda Lemeden (https://twitter.com/kaishin)

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