Finding a Way
The story behind Day One app, going from a personal tool project to App of the Year. Paul will talk about how he kick started this project then turned it into an indie software company. With thoughts on why keeping a personal record is so valuable both for introspection and for creative thinking.
Achieving Zen with Auto Layout
Auto Layout was introduced in OS X Lion and iOS 6 as a new way to lay out elements in your applications. It also introduced frustration and confusion in developers as they worked to grasp this powerful new technology. Learn tips, tricks and best practices for leveling up your Auto Layout Zen.
Legal Considerations for Software
Testing in XCode 5
10 Rules for Modern Mobile Apps
The software world has been turned on its head and all the rules that were once taken for granted are now obsolete. Elia has developed ten new rules for modern mobile apps, learning from his 17 years of running an indie company and transitioning from the old to the new.
Objective-C has been getting closer and closer to Ruby every year. Learn about RubyMotion and see what Objective-C will look like in the future and start using it today. Learn about how RubyMotion can make your development for iOS and Mac OS X more productive.
Accessible to All: Designing Apps for Everyone
For millions of Americans who have some form of disability, the iPhone isn't just a convenience; it's an indispensable tool. In this session, we'll explore the principles of universal design and learn how they can be used to build accessibility into an app from the very beginning.
OS X for iOS Developers
Storyboards: Way of the Future
Do you remember how tough it was getting sub-projects to work in Xcode 3 and earlier? Do you just copy third-party sources into your project then build and run? If so, then CocoaPods is the tool for you. This talk will get you started using CocoaPods in your projects with tips that simplify workflow and save time.
Women in Tech with Sara Jones
Andrew and Aaron