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Marc Prud'hommeaux, Principal Developer at impathic

Marc Prud'hommeaux

Biography: Marc Prud'hommeaux

Marc Prud'hommeaux is the principal developer at impathic, makers of enterprise database and data visualization apps for iOS and the Mac. Marc has been developing for Cocoa in Objective-C since 2006, and he was the author of the first e-book reader in the Apple App Store: Stanza. Before that, he was an enterprise Java developer and one of the original authors of Apache OpenJPA.

Presentation: Swift: New Paradigms for iOS Development

Track: Everything Connected - Day 2 / Time: Tuesday 10:20 - 11:10 / Location: Rytmisk Sal

This talk outlines new patterns and idioms that mobile developers will be migrating towards as Swift moves to become the dominant language in Cocoa development.

Workshop: Zero to Swift: Build an iOS App with Apple's New Language

Track: Training / Time: Wednesday 09:00 - 16:00 / Location: UNI 2.2

Apple's brand new ‘Swift’ programming language is destined to become the de-facto standard for writing apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

The introduction of a new language presents a great opportunity to learn to develop iOS apps using Apple's venerable frameworks as well as pick up a language that combines the modern trends of functional and strongly-typed programming styles. This hands-on training will guide you through the complete development of an iPhone app using Swift.

You must possess a laptop with Mac OS 10.9+ and the latest versions from Xcode from the Mac App Store installed, and you should be familiar with a modern programming language such as Java, C#, Python, or JavaScript. Previous experience with Objective-C is not required.