Over on the Secret Lab blog we’ve posted an addendum for Swift Development with Cocoa, bringing it up to date for Xcode 6.3 and Swift 1.2.
Check it out here!
The new book that I co-authored with Jon Manning and Tim Nugent is now available from O’Reilly Media. Swift Development with Cocoa covers programming for OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 using Apple’s new language. It’s getting great reviews, and it was a lot of fun to write.
We’re going to be running a 1-day Swift Developer Lab in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane in the coming months. These labs are designed for existing iOS developers to get up to speed with Swift development for iOS 8.
You can learn more about the labs over at Secret Lab’s training page. Tickets are available at $250 (which is half price) until 10 November 2014. We’d love to see you there!
If you have any questions, feel free to email me: paris AT paris.id.au
One of my favourite conferences ever, /dev/world/2014, is running for the 7th time this year. Once again it’s in Melbourne, and once again I’m speaking!
Secret Lab would not exist without the support we received through attending past AUC events, such as /dev/world. I could not recommend it more highly for those in the iOS or Mac development community, or interested in iOS or Mac development.
Check it out at http://www.devworld.com.au – tickets are available now!
We’re running our very awesome, and very popular iOS developer training in Melbourne and Brisbane again soon!
You learn more and sign-up at http://www.secretlab.com.au/training
We’re running our hugely popular iOS training on July 27, 28 and 29 in the Melbourne (Australia) CBD. The three days of intensive training is designed for existing programmers (of any type) and will run from 10AM to 4:30PM each day.
Early Bird registration is now open. For more info head over to our registration page right now!
Use the discount code PARIS for 5% off!
Any questions? Email me!
The classic Apple “surprise and delight” showed up when, after getting home from the day and eating dinner, I picked up my iPad and opened the Photos app. Right there, in the photostream, were all the images I had shot that day. No cables, no importing, no £25 iPad Camera Connection Kit. Wonderfully simple and easy.
Fraser Speirs: “A Week With iOS 5”