Eliasz is focused on providing great iOS experience and constantly looking for ways to improve his solutions, which is one of the main topics of his blog. When his Mac is sleeping, Eliasz is probably playing guitar or reading books.
Marcel Weiher is the author of iOS and macOS Performance Tuning and helps out the iOS and Mac teams at Microsoft create Wunderlist and To-Do. He also works on his own PDF tools and projects, such as Objective-Smalltalk at metaobject ltd.
Previously, he was lead for the award winning Livescribe Desktop, tech lead at BBC and responsible for Cocoa Performance at Apple. After futzing with a home-grown Objective-C compiler on his Amiga, he upgraded to a NeXT Cube and never looked back. He adores spending time with his little daughter and when he's not programming, he flies small airplanes.
Balint has over 4 years of Mobile experience. He has spent most of his time developing SDKs for some of the biggest ad serving companies in Europe and America.
When he's not coding or learning, Balint likes to relax by playing darts or lifting weights at the gym.
Pawel has been developing on iOS for the last 8 years. He has worked for small startups and big companies, developing more apps than he can remember. When he's not busy with mobile projects, Pawel runs marathons, collects modern art, and designs games as part of the WarSaw Games team.
Lineup & Schedule
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At JetBrains, Victor crafts best tools for developers and has participated in many projects including ReSharper, dotCover, Hub, Toolbox App and other.
In his free time, Victor swims, travels, runs long-distance triathlons or hikes in the Alps with his wife and son. He writes in Russian about books, triathlons and travelling.
With 10 years' experience in IT, Alexandra has been focusing on Android applications development in the last 6 years. She says Kotlin offered her a new challenge to complete, as she's a very determined person. Her determination is key also when she's on a noble quest: rescuing stray cats and dogs and finding them welcoming homes.
Paulina started her mobile career as a Java ME developer, has had some episodes with Symbian and Windows Mobile, but for over 5 years she's been loyal to the Android platform. She has developed several types of apps - automotive, VOD, cloud storage client, secure instant messenger.
In her free time, Paulina travels a lot, plays Samba and loves to dance kizomba. She also likes to work out at the gym or at the squash court.
Greg is a big fan of Kotlin and unit testing and he has over 4 years' experience in Android software development. In his spare time, he likes to look for new personal development opportunities.
Lineup & Schedule
Kotlin offers clean and concise syntax, interoperability, both object oriented and functional code constructs, and a lot of other cool features with little or no overhead. In some cases, Kotlin code is even faster than its Java equivalent!
In this talk, I will show the basic language constructs, compare it to Java, and also show some nice features for Android developers.
In this talk, I'll show how to use coroutines in Kotlin and how they work under the hood.
Squeeze what's best from Kotlin libs making your tests maintainable and beautiful!