Swift for the Really Impatient 1st Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-0133960129
ISBN-10: 0133960129
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Matt Henderson has been developing for Apple’s platforms since 2009 and is currently a Cocoa engineer at MartianCraft. He’s given several presentations at various user groups and conferences, including 360iDev, Cocoaheads Denver, and Boulder iOS Meetup. He realized he might have a future in software when he discovered it was easier for him to program his graphing calculator to solve equations than it was to study for his math tests. He thinks that the best debugging technique is taking a walk outside in the sun or snow.

Dave Wood has been developing for iOS since 2008 and OS X since 2009. He began writing code at age 9 on a TI/99/4A and instantly fell in love. He has worked on various types of projects, including systems that interface with stock exchanges, news outlets, and banking systems, as well as newspaper websites and, of course, mobile apps ranging from games, social networks, financial apps, and productivity and developer apps. When possible, he enjoys whitewater kayaking and scuba diving. Currently he runs his own development studio, Cerebral Gardens, and freelances as a Cocoa engineer for MartianCraft.

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