San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
GOTO Nights are free evening community events, driven by involvement from both speakers and participants. Come along and learn something new! We will provide a light meal – all you have to do is show up.
NOTE: The number of places is limited - First-come, first-served!
Swift is the brand new programming language introduced by Apple in the latest WWDC keynote in June. It is a modern tool, interoperable with the existing Objective-C libraries and frameworks, and incorporating important and exciting new features. Swift will become the default programming language for creating iOS and OS X applications, and will have a lasting impact in the industry as we know it.
Join us to learn more about Swift, its major characteristics, the current state of the developer tools and some lively discussion about our craft in this one hour talk, targeted to software developers, system architects and project managers. The presentation will include live demos and a Q&A session.
Speaker: Adrian Kosmaczewski
When not coding or teaching, Adrian likes to spend time with his wife Claudia, his cat Max and his Olivetti Lettera 22 typewriter.
Adrian has studied physics in Geneva, economics in Buenos Aires, and holds a Master in Information Technology with a specialization in Software Engineering from the University of Liverpool.
After the Swift presentation all attendees are very welcome to stay with us and 'participate' the live streaming Apple’s event during which, Apple will likely unveil its latest iPhones!
For questions or in case of cancellation, please send an e-mail to Ewa Kucharczyk.
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Trifork Selected is a technology strategy consultancy within the Trifork Group. We provide business insights, tech expertise, and products to radically change and grow our clients' business. Our strengths are leading edge technologies and approaches within devops, microservices, realtime data analytics, and business model digitalisation.
More and more companies shift their analytical and operational data engineering strategy away from traditional relational and monolithic technologies towards leaner, faster, and more flexible technologies and methods. To share insights and real-life use-cases we have launched a series of Strategy&Tech Talks on how real life organisation extract real business value from data using new technologies and methods.