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Preparing my own conference now, Do iOS, tickets available AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers

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It is already two weeks since my previous episode. The one I did in the hotel room in Denver. It really feels like a distant memory already. So much stuff happened again in two weeks. My son's bedroom furniture got delivered. He now has a pirate themed bedroom, inclusing a shark desk, ship-bed / bed-ship and a treasure chest. I am not jealous at his room. Nope not at all. You can imagine we are now in a talk-like-a-pirate day streak here at home.
Last week my voice was quite bad, I had a weird cold that was not causing too much discomfort. Except for my voice. It was raspy and if I talked too much I was coughing a lot. Not ideal for a podcast recording. So I decided to skip. I had plenty of other things to do anyway. Like a conference…
I am super excited to announce that for Do iOS on November 8 and 9, tickets are available, we have the first 6 speakers announced.
This week’s articles.
Generate a man page for a Swift command-line toolIntroducing MarkCodableExploring SwiftUI Redraw Behavior with Instruments - Holy SwiftAccessibility in SwiftUI explained for UIKit developers - SwiftLeeVoiceOver navigation improvement tips for SwiftUI apps - SwiftLeeThe SwiftUI render loopHow to build a configurable widget with WidgetKit and SwiftUIMost important is to go to do-ios.com for all information related to Do iOS. You can also follow the conference on Twitter, it has a very easy twitter handle: iOSConf
RunwayPut your mobile releases on autopilot and keep the whole team in sync throughout. More info on runway.team
Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.
Support the showPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.
Send me feedback on SpeakPipe
Or contact me through twitter or Mastodon: @appforce1@mastodon.cloud

Buy me a Coffee or become a member of my podcast.

My book: Being a Lead Software Developer

It is already two weeks since my previous episode. The one I did in the hotel room in Denver. It really feels like a distant memory already. So much stuff happened again in two weeks. My son's bedroom furniture got delivered. He now has a pirate themed bedroom, inclusing a shark desk, ship-bed / bed-ship and a treasure chest. I am not jealous at his room. Nope not at all. You can imagine we are now in a talk-like-a-pirate day streak here at home.
Last week my voice was quite bad, I had a weird cold that was not causing too much discomfort. Except for my voice. It was raspy and if I talked too much I was coughing a lot. Not ideal for a podcast recording. So I decided to skip. I had plenty of other things to do anyway. Like a conference…
I am super excited to announce that for Do iOS on November 8 and 9, tickets are available, we have the first 6 speakers announced.
This week’s articles.
Generate a man page for a Swift command-line toolIntroducing MarkCodableExploring SwiftUI Redraw Behavior with Instruments - Holy SwiftAccessibility in SwiftUI explained for UIKit developers - SwiftLeeVoiceOver navigation improvement tips for SwiftUI apps - SwiftLeeThe SwiftUI render loopHow to build a configurable widget with WidgetKit and SwiftUIMost important is to go to do-ios.com for all information related to Do iOS. You can also follow the conference on Twitter, it has a very easy twitter handle: iOSConf
RunwayPut your mobile releases on autopilot and keep the whole team in sync throughout. More info on runway.team
Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.
Support the showPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.
Send me feedback on SpeakPipe
Or contact me through twitter or Mastodon: @appforce1@mastodon.cloud

Buy me a Coffee or become a member of my podcast.

My book: Being a Lead Software Developer

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