Cory is a serial open-source contributor and maintainer with almost a decade of experience building and maintaining open-source networking frameworks and protocol libraries. Currently, Cory is a Software Engineer at Apple, putting his skills to use on high-performance networking frameworks such as SwiftNIO, Netty, and more.
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Gui is perhaps best known for his reverse engineering, his articles on 9to5Mac, and for being the cohost of the Stacktrace Podcast — but his main job is building apps for both the Mac and iOS. From the early days of the iPhone SDK, Gui has been passionate about building beautiful UIs, fluid animations, and great user experiences.
Kaya is the creator of We Read Too, a book directory mobile app showcasing books with main characters of color written by authors of colors. She currently works as a full time iOS developer at Calm, formerly at Slack. Kaya also writes professionally and does public speaking around the world.
Ish is an iOS developer from Southern California who has been developing apps since 2010. He was featured in the 2017 documentary, App: The Human Story and is currently working on Capsicum, a daily-planner for iOS. Ish loves giving back to the iOS community via Twitter, guesting on a podcast, or speaking at conferences.
Tim is the server-side Swift team lead at raywenderlich.com and has written the unofficial-official book on Vapor with the founders of the framework. He founded Broken Hands and delivers talks and workshops on Vapor and server-side Swift around the world. He also co-organises the ServerSide.swift conference.
Vincent started working on iOS apps back in 2011. For the last couple of years, he's been working at Worldline, where he contributes to building great apps for major French banks. He's spent the last year using the Internet to share the skills he's acquired.
After 5 years of building various mobile apps, Pavel joined Kiwi.com in 2016 and became Chief of Mobile Product. Since mid-2019 he devotes his time fully to SwiftUI, creating apps and sharing knowledge via mentoring and conference talks.
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February 3, 2020
dotSwift is coming back in 2020 and for the first time it will be a full day!
February 5, 2020
We have partnered with our host Daniel Steinberg to provide this Swift training on February 5, 2020 (2 days after dotSwift).
The Combine framework provides a unified way for handling asynchronous data flow in your iOS and Mac applications.
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