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Do iOS sold all its conference tickets AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers

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Full on prep mode for Do iOS by now. What is it. Just 5 or 6 weeks remaining. When I am preparing this episode, there were just 2 tickets remaining. So we will have a full house. I was also looking into putting together a workshop the day before the conference and that has now been put together thanks to the gracious support of Jeremy Barger. You might know him as TheSwiftNomad on Twitter. He is looking for people to take a look at his Swift Developer Academy. So take a look.

Articles in this episode:
Swift’s print(), debugPrint(), String(reflecting:), Mirror(reflecting:) and dump()Side Projects: 10 Tips for being successfulDeadlocks in Swift explained: detecting and solvingHow to manage lifecycle events in SwiftUI iOS applicationsviewDidLoad() in SwiftUIWhy your Xcode version still matters with Module StabilityDisplaying live activities in iOS 16Oh and I am still waiting on that keyboard…
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

Full on prep mode for Do iOS by now. What is it. Just 5 or 6 weeks remaining. When I am preparing this episode, there were just 2 tickets remaining. So we will have a full house. I was also looking into putting together a workshop the day before the conference and that has now been put together thanks to the gracious support of Jeremy Barger. You might know him as TheSwiftNomad on Twitter. He is looking for people to take a look at his Swift Developer Academy. So take a look.

Articles in this episode:
Swift’s print(), debugPrint(), String(reflecting:), Mirror(reflecting:) and dump()Side Projects: 10 Tips for being successfulDeadlocks in Swift explained: detecting and solvingHow to manage lifecycle events in SwiftUI iOS applicationsviewDidLoad() in SwiftUIWhy your Xcode version still matters with Module StabilityDisplaying live activities in iOS 16Oh and I am still waiting on that keyboard…
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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