UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Kate Castellano - What to expect when you are templating?

Clue’s approach to Backend Driven UIs

Kate Castellano is a Senior iOS Developer at Clue. She has expertise in Swift and enjoys playing with Raspberry Pi’s and ARKit. When she is not coding, you can find her working towards the inclusion of more women in technology as a Director at Women Who Code Berlin Chapter.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 1 - Ellie Shin - Mockolo Efficient Mock Generator for Swift

Ellie Shin is a Senior iOS Engineer at Uber on the Mobile Platform Team. She has worked on building Uber’s Rider App and cares deeply about optimizing iOS apps and frameworks at scale. She has previously worked at Spotify and Microsoft among other companies, primarily on iOS.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Füsun Wehrmann - From Heroic Leaders To High Performing Teams

Füsun Wehrmann is a technology lover, an engineer and a leader who also cares deeply about product management, happy and effective teams, diverse and high performing organisations. After her computer science studies, she worked as a data engineer, a system administrator and an architect for banks and big corporations for several years. She has been at senior engineering and leadership positions at various enterprises with distributed teams in her career including Vodafone, Microsoft, Axel Springer, and Xing. She cares a lot about startups, young talents and innovation in all environments. She has mentored many startups and NGOs as a Google Launchpad Mentor since 2015. Until recently, she was leading the cloud-based global Berlin Tech Hub of the OLX Group, a Naspers company in Berlin which has over 37 billion monthly page views every month in 40+ countries. She will join Wayfair as the director supply chain engineering in July for building a world class delivery service for Europe.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Julia Roggatz - Muse Prototype Challenges

Julia Roggatz is a freelance iOS developer with a passion for creating delightful user interfaces. She’s currently working with a fully-remote research lab, building experimental prototypes that explore what the future of tablet computing for creativity and productivity could look like.

Julia started dabbling in graphic and web design as a young teenager, but didn’t discover her passion for programming until attending university. Flash and ActionScript first made things click for her, and a few years later she fell in love with iOS and never looked back. She’s worked for startups (Wooga, Clue) and a big companies (KAYAK) before becoming a freelancer and part-time digital nomad.

In her non-screen time, she is a DIY home improver, hobby mixologist, and hammock enthusiast.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Anne Cahalan - Promises in iOS

Anne Cahalan is an iOS developer Detroit Labs, where she is constantly delighted by the niftiness of Swift. Passionate about clean code, craft cocktails, and nice yarn, she dreams of an elegantly-designed app that pairs cocktails with knitting patterns. She is contractually required to mention her three-legged cat, Wobbles.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 1 - Sally Shepard - Swift to Hack Hardware

Sally Shepard is an iOS developer, accessibility consultant, writer and hardware hacker who has worked on a wide variety of award winning apps. Before the iPhone existed, she studied audio engineering, a field which combined her love of music and tinkering with expensive hardware. She lives in London and in her spare time she enjoys playing any instrument with strings, attaching sensors to her cat and taking pictures with vintage cameras.

UIKOnf 2019 - Day 2 - Neha Kulkarni - Advanced Colors in iOS

Neha Kulkarni is an iOS Engineer at POF living in beautiful Vancouver. She worked at Starbucks & Disney before. She is passionate about anything iOS, especially enjoys dealing with platform issues, design and process improvements. She is also a contributor at Women Who Code Vancouver chapter.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Ellen Shapiro - Kotlin/Native

Ellen Shapiro is an iOS and Android developer, writer, and speaker working in the Amsterdam office of Bakken & Bæck who has been building native apps for both iOS and Android since 2010. She’s written tutorials for RayWenderlich.com about iOS and Android since 2013, and is one of the authors of their Kotlin Apprentice book. In addition, she’s the primary developer on on Hum, a songwriting notebook app for iOS. When not coding, Ellen spends her time traveling, biking all over the Netherlands, and hanging out with her fiancée and their two cats.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 2 - Lea Marolt - Mobile && Me == It's Complicated

Lea Marolt Sonnenschein spent three years in New York, working on the iOS application for Rent the Runway and teaching Swift at General Assembly. Now, she’s getting a masters in Innovation Design Engineering in London, and spends most of her time playing with sensors and microcontrollers. She writes articles focused on design and usability for raywenderlich.com, and is the author of one of the most popular video courses on the site, Reproducing Popular iOS Controls.

UIKonf 2019 - Day 1 - Lisa Dziuba - How to Market Your Mobile App

Lisa Dziuba is a co-founder of Flawless App, a company making tools for iOS developers & designers. With tech background and 6-years business expertise, Lisa is leading marketing, community building, and customer development. She built a company from scratch, with clients from 61 countries including teams at Uber, Basecamp, Spotify, Nike.

Lisa loves releasing useful things. She is maintaining a blog for the iOS community with 70+ articles, Marketing for Engineers (open-source learning resource), Awesome Design Tools (300 design tools, trending for a month on GitHub). In free time, Lisa sends PRs to iOS Goodies, paints and helps other makers launch their products.

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