SwiftNIO and Network.framework

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Topic - SwiftNIO and Network.framework

Speaker - Johannes Weiss

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Bio - Johannes Weiss is a software engineer at Apple, working on the SwiftNIO project.

Abstract - SwiftNIO was developed with a focus on providing useful, high-performance tools for building event-driven networking applications on the server side. It turns out that these primitives also work well in client applications. While the primitives transfer over, the networking environment is very different, and the socket layer, which works well in a server environment, is substantially less suited to operating on mobile clients. For this reason, SwiftNIO provides integration with the brand new Network.framework on Apple’s client devices: a modern network stack for a mobile age. This talk will discuss the powerful tools that Network.framework provides, and how SwiftNIO exposes them. It’ll discuss the different design tradeoffs between server and client side, and cover some of the key differences in the networking environments. Finally, this talk will look to the future, and discuss how the server and client worlds could converge over time.

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Swift Services are Simple

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Topic - Swift Services are Simple

Speaker - Chris Bailey & Ian Partridge

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Chris Bailey’s Bio - Chris Bailey is a developer and technical leader in the Runtime Technologies team at IBM. Chris has spent over 15 years working on open source runtimes including Java, Node.js and Swift. Chris is a contributor and committor to the Swift Language, Foundation and Dispatch projects, and is on steering committee for the Swift Server APIs project aimed at making new networking, security and HTTP APIs available to the community. He is also the Chief Architect for the Swift@IBM, providing the open source Kitura server framework.

Ian Partridge’s Bio - Ian Partridge is the technical lead of the Swift@IBM development team, working in open source to bring Swift to the cloud. A committer to the core Swift libraries and a developer of Kitura, one of the leading Swift web frameworks, he comes from a background in virtual machine performance and debugging. Ian regularly speaks at conferences including AltConf, iOSCon, dotSwift, SwiftConf and more.

Abstract - Chris and Ian will explore what it’s like to build REST APIs in Kitura 2, using the built-in support for OpenAPI. Quickly generate an iOS and Android client SDK to use in your app, and deploy your server-side Swift app to the cloud. We’ll also provide an update on Kitura development and what the future might hold.

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Using your superpowers for good to change the world!

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Topic - Using your superpowers for good to change the world!

Speaker - Alicia V Carr

Twitter - https://twitter.com/Fineblkwoman

Bio - Alicia is the first woman of color mobile developer to create a domestic violence app Purple Evolution, Inc(PEVO) dedicated to helping victims escape abuse. She used her acquired skills as a developer to make a difference. Alicia also dedicates her time to empowering women in tech with Women Who Code. She has received several major acknowledgment from Apple at WWDC15 and WWDC16, being the first black woman to be in the Apple 2016 new beginnings video and in the GitHub ‘I am a developer’ video.

Abstract - A 16-year-old inspired me to learn to code. This lit the fuse that would take me on an amazing journey through challenges and victories while creating an app to help victims escape domestic violence and abuse.

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Crafting a delightful tactile user interface

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Topic - Crafting a delightful tactile user interface

Speaker - Sebastiaan de With

Twitter - https://twitter.com/sdw

Bio - Sebastiaan de With is an ex-Apple designer and photographer that is the design half of the team behind the camera app Halide. When he’s not working on Halide, he does design work for companies like Apple, Google, and small and large iOS / Mac software companies.

Abstract - Go through the steps to take a simple user interface from a utility to a sheer delight. Learn the touches and mindset required to (re)design your app’s UI to let users love interacting with it.

Presentation Link - https://www.dropbox.com/s/3qqu1h8wzb4lihf/TRYSWIFT-SLIDES-2018.key?dl=0

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Taken For Granted

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Topic - Taken For Granted

Speaker - Bas Broek

Twitter - https://twitter.com/BasThomas

Bio - Bas is an iOS and tooling developer at XING. He is currently curating Swift Weekly Brief and contributing to frameworks, apps and tooling in open source. He likes Swift and experimenting with other programming languages.

Abstract - A look back at Swift when it was still in development (and how it rapidly changed), when in was in its beta stages, through to Swift 1 and 2 — and what is to come. I want to explore interesting parts of the evolution of the Swift language, and what that can bring now that we have a stable Swift 4, with Swift 5 around the corner - while also taking a look at the various long-term goals, like concurrency, regex, and an ownership model. How open source Swift has changed the language (particularly focusing on the involvement of the Swift evolution process) and the community that has formed around it.

Presentation Link - https://speakerdeck.com/basthomas/taken-for-granted

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Need for Speed How XO Group Optimized their Image Loading Time on The Knot Mobile App

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Topic - Need for Speed: How XO Group Optimized their Image Loading Time on The Knot Mobile App

Speaker - Erica Correa

Twitter - https://twitter.com/CodeWithCooties

Bio - Erica is an iOS Engineer at XO Group Inc, working on The Knot wedding planner app. She’s committed to clean, concise, reusable code. As a former NYC school teacher she enjoys helping other people on her team learn and grow as engineers. Co-founder and co-manager of XO’s Women in Tech resource group, she’s passionate about diversity in technology. She’s also a member of the HR committee of the Black at XO resource group, spearheading intersectionality efforts to get more black women in tech, product, and design. She’s happily married to fellow XO iOS Engineer, George. Together they have a three-year-old named Tino, another baby on the way, and a pet fish named Coco. When not happily coding away on her Mac she spends her time nerding out on Marvel Netflix series with George, painting Tino’s toenails, and cooking Italian comfort food while dancing to salsa in her kitchen.

Abstract - In an increasingly fast-paced society, users demand immediate satisfaction from their products. When they tap on a mobile app icon they expect it to launch in four seconds or less. With 23% of users abandoning an app after first use, there’s not a second to spare in making a great first impression. See how much of The Knot’s loading time was eaten up by our asset catalogs and what we did about it.

Presentation as an App - https://github.com/eCorrea831/NeedForSpeed

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Strings Seven Ways

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Topic - Strings Seven Ways

Speaker - Mattt

Twitter - https://twitter.com/mattt

Bio - Mattt is the founder of Flight School, a monthly book series for Swift developers. He spent the last 3 years at Apple as a technical writer, contributing to The Swift Programming Language, Swift Package Manager, and Swift.org. Before that, Mattt founded NSHipster, a weekly publication for iOS and macOS developers, and maintained several open source libraries, including AFNetworking and Alamofire.

Abstract - Strings are the most versatile type in the Swift standard library. This talk looks at seven different ways to understand and work with strings: as collections of Unicode characters, as identifiers, as paths, as natural language text, as encoded data, as structured data, and as typographic content.

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Idea to launch - the start of a startup

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Topic - Idea to launch - the start of a startup

Speaker - Leah Culver

Twitter - https://twitter.com/leahculver

Bio - Leah Culver is the co-founder and CTO of Breaker, the top social podcast app for iOS. Breaker launched in March 2017 and was Y Combinator class of Winter 2017. Leah also previously founded Pownce, an early social networking site and Convore/Grove, a group messaging service. Leah is also a co-author of both the OAuth and oEmbed open API specifications. She loves Swift, especially powerful enums and fun extensions.

Abstract - Everyone is starting a startup these days. As a three-time startup founder, I’ll get into how to come up with a great app idea, build a prototype and test it with users, pick a company name and incorporate, and how to launch your app to the world.

Presentation Link - https://speakerdeck.com/leah/idea-to-launch-the-start-of-a-startup

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Trusting SDKs

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Topic - Trusting SDKs

Speaker - Felix Krause

Twitter - https://twitter.com/KrauseFx

Bio - Felix is the creator of fastlane, an open source toolset for automating all your iOS and Android development tasks. He joined Twitter in 2015, and recently started working at Google, where he now works full-time on open source tooling for mobile app developers. Before that Felix worked at various startups in Europe and in the U.S. where he collected over 6 years of experience in the iOS ecosystem.

Abstract - Using third party SDKs significantly speeds up your development process. Felix will talk about the risks of depending on external code, and how an attacker can easily inject malicious code in software you bundle within your app.

Presentation Link - https://speakerdeck.com/krausefx/trusting-sdks?slide=29

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What I learned creating a social media app clone

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Topic - What I learned creating a social media app clone

Speaker - Jen Person

Twitter - https://twitter.com/ThatJenPerson

Bio - Jen is a Developer Advocate for Firebase at Google. She loves building iOS apps with Swift and planning the ideal data structures for various apps using Cloud Firestore. Jen is currently co-starring with JavaScript in a buddy cop comedy where the two don’t see eye to eye but are forced to work together, eventually forming a strong loving bond through a series of hilarious misadventures.

Abstract - Ever look at an app and think, ‘I wonder how I’d build that?’ After scrolling through Instagram looking at cat photos, I decided to try my hand at building some of its features to determine how I’d tackle common development challenges. In this talk I share what I learned, including tips for designing a scalable data structure in a NoSQL database and implementing smooth scrolling with dynamically downloaded images.

Presentation Link - https://github.com/tryswift/talks/blob/master/try_swift_nyc_2018_final_Jen_pearson.key

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