- Why he built Aqueduct in Google’s Dart language
- Aqueduct Structure, How to Talk to a Database, and Testing
Marcus spoke to a captive audience about Swift memory management, addressing both value and reference types. His presentation covered the following:
- When to use value and reference types
- Automatic Reference Counting
Marcus said, “I really enjoyed speaking on value and reference types at Connect Tech. It's great to know that I’m playing a part in growing Atlanta’s mobile scene.”
Florian delivered on all things Continuous Integration with a solid presentation, complete with an engaging slideshow. His presentation covered the following:
- Travis CI
- Fastlane and When Builds Fail
- Extensions and Alternatives to CI
Florian admits, “It’s great to have a tech conference in Atlanta!”
Jesse mixed up the afternoon of discussions with an impressive presentation on enhancing your workflow with Xcode source editor extensions. His presentation covered the following:
- Mac App and Xcode Source Editor extensions
- XC Classes
- Demo: JSON formatter in action
“I have been to conferences where the focus is on full stack, but I thought it was interesting to see even more diversity of tracks at Connect Tech: web frontend, server side, native iOS, native Android, and specific language tracks,” Jesse said.
Bryan closed out the conference with a well-rounded discussion on Android development for Arduino. His presentation covered the following:
- An explanation of the Internet of Things and Arduino
- Connecting Android and Arduino via Bluetooth and a Network
- Hardware setup and a live demo
Bryan explained, ”It was enlightening witnessing the development of hybrid frameworks, such as Ionic. Hybrid still is not comparable to Native, but it is no longer an egregiously inferior option.”
stable|kernel was proud to be a part of growing Atlanta's mobile scene and developer landscape and we look forward to attending next year. Until next time...
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