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Saul Mora, Lead iOS Engineer at LoungeBuddy

Saul Mora

Biography: Saul Mora

Saul is am currently the Lead iOS Engineer at LoungeBuddy. Saul is also a co-author of Core Data by Tutorials: iOS 8 and Swift Edition.  He is a father of 2 girls whom he hopes become great engineers one day. Saul's hobbies include learning learning more about craft and Belgian beers, learning Mandarin Chinese, practicing Shaolin Kung Fu, and riding his bike. He has also been forced to take up skiing since his primary residence is in Denver, Colorado.

Twitter: @casademora

Presentation: CoreData in 2015 (and Magical Record meets Swift)

Track: iOS and Swift / Time: Monday 13:20 - 14:10 / Location: Marselisborg

In this presentation, Saul will bring us up-to-date on where Core Data is now in 2015 with iOS 9. In particular, he will focus on best practices of using Core Data in Swift. He will answer interesting questions such as "should I still be using objects, or should I switch to value types". He will show you the wonders of Magical Record from the eyes of a Swift developer, and show how it still can help you in your modern Core Data for iOS code.