I've been a developer in Tampa for more than 20 years, working at companies as small as under 10 employees to as large as JP Morgan Chase. Primarily working in web based projects, but saying that means nothing when you need to collate data from multiple sources, process through third parties, etc. and don't have the luxury of having separate teams to handle other pieces.
Moving from C# to Swift
Mobile (Room 327)
04:00 PM - 04:50 PM
Developers tend to like to learn new technologies, and iOS has been a big interest for a good while. Also, in an agile environment, everyone on the teams should be able to work on any of the software that anyone on the team produces. And of course, everyone wants to be able to use the software from their iPad/iPhone. As a C# developer, what do you need to know about moving to working in Swift? We'll take a look at some Swift basics, and talk about the things you'll need to keep in mind if you're looking to move to iOS development.