Xcoders podcaster and presenter Jared Sorge writes about his most recent talk – Don’t Fear the Project — and provides a link to his slides.
Tuesday means NSCoder Night Seattle! We’ll be at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and, optionally, a project. Get help, give help, have a coffee. :)
Xcoders Thursday Aug. 8 — Don’t Fear the Project
This Thursday (Aug. 8), Xcoders podcast co-host Jared Sorge gives a talk: “Don’t Fear the Project: Making Xcode Projects More Approachable.”
It’s at the standard place and time — Zulily, with doors opening at 6:30 pm. More info on the Meetup page.
We can pretty much guarantee you’re going to learn things at this talk! Jared has dived in where we mere mortals have feared to tread.
NSCoder Night Seattle is tonight — like every Tuesday — at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and a project. Talk to other humans and listen and help. :)
Xcoders blogger Brent Simmons appears on the latest episode of Swift by Sundell.
Xcoders Podcast, August 2019
Redmond Xcoders Thursday: Swift Basics with Olof Hellman
At the Redmond Xcoders meeting on Thursday at 7 pm, Olof Hellman will take us on a tour of Swift.
The Swift programming language offers some features that can change the way an old-school Apple programmer thinks about writing code. Taking full advantage of Swift enums and Swift optionals results in code that’s just structured differently from an equivalent Objective-C implementation. Using the filter-map-reduce features of Swift collections can make code feel more straightforward. Swift’s strict type system can be a total pain, but embracing it can make code more robust
I’ll take attendees on a tour through some Swift code that shows off some of these features, and point to some of the things I especially like about Swift. Ideally, folks who are new to swift (both old-school Apple programmers and complete neophytes) will come away with an appreciation of what makes Swift a compelling programming language.
Seattle Xcoders unofficial — no meeting, just hanging out — is this Thursday (July 25) at the Cyclops, starting around 6:30 pm.
We’re in the back, in the restaurant section. Find the people who look like they’re running beta operating systems and tools. :)
It’s Tuesday! That means NSCoder Night Seattle at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop. Bring a project. Have a coffee :)
This Thursday: Talks on Functional Networking and on Building a 3D Renderer in Swift
In this Thursday’s meeting of Seattle Xcoders, we’ve got two cool talks:
- Functional Networking - Allen Ussher
- Building a 3D Renderer in Swift - Drew Ingebretsen
Doors open at 6:30 pm Thursday night (July 11) at Zulily. Don’t miss out!
And, after the meeting, consider going to the Cyclops for more chatting with fellow developers, testers, designers, and support folks. (We’re always in the restaurant section in the back — and you can get there by walking with the train of people from Zulily to the Cyclops. It’s just a few blocks.)
Tuesday means NSCoder Night Seattle! Let’s all hang out at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop. Bring a project if you want to get help with it. Xcoders people like to help. :)
Xcoders Podcast, July 2019
This month, Liz and Jared preview the upcoming Xcoders talks (that we know about), look back at Apple’s gifts from WWDC and the great Seattle lightning talks that came out of the conference. Then Jared interviews July speaker Drew Ingebretsen.
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It’s your regular Tuesday night NSCoder Night Seattle! It’s at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and a project. Or just bring you. Everyone will be happy to see you. :)
It’s the fourth Thursday, so we’re doing an unofficial Seattle Xcoders meeting — no actual meeting! — at the Cyclops, starting around 6:30 pm. Thursday (tomorrow).
We’re in the restaurant section, in the back. Try the Super Bueno Burger. :)
NSCoder Night Seattle is tonight! Like every Tuesday night. It’s at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and a project. Or neither, we guess, and just be ready to help people. :)
Xcoders Community Podcast #1
Welcome to the Xcoders Community Podcast! Your hosts Liz Marley and Jared Sorge give an introduction to Xcoders, what makes it special, and why in the world we decided to do a podcast.
Have a question? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Tonight is NSCoder Night Seattle! It’s every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and a project. That’s it. And remember that actually seeing people and talking to them is healthy. :)
Seattle Xcoders founder Joe Heck has started writing up his notes on SwiftUI and Combine on GitHub.
We hope that when all these Apple employees start work in Seattle they’ll come out to Xcoders. :)
Some Seattle Xcoders can be heard on this latest podcast from The Omni Group talking about WWDC 2019.
Seattle Xcoder organizer Jared Sorge recaps WWDC 2019.
This Thursday: Seven Short Talks on What We Learned at WWDC
In this Thursday’s meeting of Seattle Xcoders, we’ll have seven short talks on what we learned at WWDC. People will have had just a week to prepare! By which we mean expect raw enthusiasm over super-in-depth details — which is fun. :)
Doors open at 6:30 pm Thursday night at Zulily. Be there!
And consider going to the Cyclops after the meeting for more WWDC talk. (And food and/or beverage, soft or hard, of your choice. We’ll be in the restaurant section in the back.)
NSCoder Night Seattle is tonight! It’s every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.
Bring a laptop and a project. Be ready to help people, or get help, or both. And maybe consider decaf so you’re not up too late tonight. :)