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Joe Conway, CEO

For the past 16 years, Joe Conway has programmed everything from macOS to Android to iOS. As a former instructor and lead developer at Big Nerd Ranch, he fine-tuned his skills and expertise in overall mobile strategy, specializing in iOS Development. Author of "iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide," an Amazon Best-Seller, Joe quickly made a name for himself in the mobile space. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, technology start-ups and government entities to build mobile platforms, enhance existing applications and develop mobile strategies. Joe was recently named one of Atlanta Business Chronicle's "People on the Move."
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Recent Posts

Now Hiring Mobile Developers: Our Hiring Process

By Joe Conway, CEO | 4/11/17 2:31 PM

After applying, a selected candidate will receive a phone interview to assess their experience in their primary platform, tools and processes.

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Now Hiring Mobile Developers: Why you should work at stable|kernel

By Joe Conway, CEO | 4/11/17 2:31 PM

stable|kernel is developer-focused consulting company located on the BeltLine in Atlanta, GA. Our mission is to guide our team to become better programmers, communicators and business strategists. Founded by Joe Conway, whose award-winning iOS programming book has trained hundreds of thousands of developers over the last 7 years, stable|kernel invests heavily in deepening and broadening a developer’s skillset through a team-oriented approach.

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Concurrency in Server-Side Dart

By Joe Conway, CEO | 3/16/17 10:36 AM

I've been a fan of Erlang for many years, but it wasn't until last year when I finally got to build a serious production application with it. That application maintains about 40,000 persistent connections, actively transmitting data in a binary, proprietary format to physical devices in people's homes across the world.

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Releasing Aqueduct 2.0 - A Server-Side Web Framework Written in Dart

By Joe Conway, CEO | 3/6/17 10:45 AM

Aqueduct 2.0 is a major step forward for Dart server programming. This release focuses on four things: tooling, deployment, authorization and database querying. There are now more than 800 tests with 85% code coverage. The documentation guides have more than tripled and - along with the API Reference - have been improved significantly.

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Would Async/Await Work In Swift/iOS?

By Joe Conway, CEO | 11/28/16 10:45 AM

Today, Swift doesn't have a language-level solution to writing asynchronous code. If it did, this is the article I'd write to explain how it works. (Probably in Swift 7 - after we get more codemojis and renamed methods first.)

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Aqueduct - An Open-Source, Server-Side Web Framework Written in Dart

By Joe Conway, CEO | 10/21/16 10:43 AM

Today, we launch a new product called Aqueduct,  a server-side web framework written in Google's Dart. Why did we choose Dart? Simply put, Dart is built for productivity.

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Erlang and Nested Case Statements

By Joe Conway, CEO | 7/28/16 12:00 PM

Erlang is a fantastic programming language, but its flow is sometimes hard to think about if you spend a lot of time in the C family of languages.

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Reading YAML Configuration Files in Dart

By Joe Conway, CEO | 5/11/16 12:00 PM

Nearly any dart:io application is going to have a configuration file for values that are different across instances and environments. While deploying a dart:io application is really easy, managing configuration files in an ever-changing system is prone to error.

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A Dream Without Accountability is Only a Dream

By Joe Conway, CEO | 4/25/16 11:19 AM

This morning, I walked in and noticed the sign that said "Lobby Boy says:  First we drink coffee, then we do the things," sitting next to a way-too-large picture of the lobby boy from the Grand Budapest Hotel. And I just busted up laughing.

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Swift Subarrays: Array and ArraySlice

By Joe Conway, CEO | 12/10/15 1:57 PM

Swift has a nice syntax for grabbing subarrays:

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