iOSCon 2017

The 2 days came and gone, so fast you couldn’t believe, it all had ended so fast! As last year, the organisation was excellent and everything went really well… I enjoyed all the talks that...

Server Side Swift

In December 2015 Apple open-sourced Swift, which has been a real success. Many developers are contributing, not only via pull requests directly into the source code, but also by helping to define the ...

Mastering TDD

Two weeks ago I went to Paul Stringer’s course “Mastering TDD/BDD in iOS”. After the two days, I was exhausted… During the course, we looked at all the theory, completed some e...
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Socrates UK

Just came back from SoCraTes UK, and it was amazing as always. I’m looking at this blog post for 10m now, trying to explain what is SoCraTes UK and still don’t have the correct words…...

iOS Con

Yesterday finished iOSCon, and I just wanted to let you know how good it was. Yes, that’s right, It was really good to see so many iOS developers want to learn different things a and share their...

Code Smells – Part II

In the last post, Code Smells – Part I, I talked about the bloaters: they are code smells that can be identified as Long Methods, Large Classes, Primitive Obsessions, Long Parameter List and Dat...

Code Smells – Part I

Last weekend I was at SoCraTes Canaries and I gave my first talk ever about code smells. Oh boy! How nervous was I! But now that has passed, I was wondering what I should do with all information I gat...

Talk to the business

Almost a month ago, I did this amazing course at SkillsMatter: “Eric Evans Domain Driven Design Immersion Workshop”. The course was very intensive and provided me with the opportunity to r...
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How katas can help you learn

In the last couple of weeks I have spent my time doing katas to improve my Objective-C. As you may remember, I had an issue, that you can revisit here. I’ve learned a lot from other katas too: f...