Such a great event full of nice and interesting people!
On the September 14th, one of the most important events in the iOS development community took place. This time, the whole Karumi team was there to attend to some awesome talks and give one about our latest product, FlowUp.
This year, the conference organization was as good as usual, the food was excellent, the activities around the city and the venue were simply awesome. About the talks, during the first day, we really enjoyed the following:
- Effective Remote Communication by Peter Steinberg. His experience running a fully remote company was really interesting in this talk.
- Understanding code signing by Marin Usalj was really helpful to understand the always painful process of configuring the app certificates in order to sign your app.
- Dissasembling for Fun and Profit by Alexander Akers was mind blowing. He detailed how to search for hidden functionality, the wonders of disassembly and decompilation, and how to follow the code trails through to the methods you want.
During the second day, talks were even better!
- Metaprogramming in Swift by Krzysztof Zabłocki was a really nice talk from a really experienced developer. He explained Sourcery, an open source tool developed by himself to do some cool meta-programming in your projects.
- The lightning talks were a really interesting part of the event due to the new faces talking at the stage. Victor Pimentel and Guillermo Gonzalez gave two of the bests talks we saw during the break. We hope you can see the recorded talks soon.
- Building an IDE for iOS by Mark Villacampa was the last of the tech talks. He presented an awesome paper about how he tried to develop an iOS IDE for iPad. Fully recommended talk!
This year NSSpain is over, but we hope we can see you in the next edition!