We all know the drill. Hit a snag, head over to Stack Overflow, copy and paste the answer into your code, change the variables so that it builds, maybe even test it to make sure that the change works as expected, and repeat. However, if you look beneath the surface just a bit, you will find that there is a lot more out there to help you improve your apps than just doing a C&P on code snippets. In this presentation, Brian will share some of the hurdles that he has had to overcome while developing iOS applications, and the open source projects that he used to accomplish those goals.
Brian Prescott attracted some attention while growing up in western Pennsylvania and started to get paid to write software as a junior in high school, and luckily is still able to receive compensation for his services to this day. His working career has made subsequent stops with companies in Ohio, Indiana, Florida, and back again to Ohio, where he has spent most of his career working on software application development for advanced mobile computing platforms such as the Newton MessagePad, Sharp Zaurus, PalmPilot, Windows CE, and Windows Mobile. Currently, Brian is employed full time as an iOS software developer for My Service Depot in Lewis Center, Ohio, and he has also founded his own software development company, Wave 39 LLC.
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