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With Flavio Caetano (Sr Developer, Work & Co).
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 07:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Work & Co, 231 Front St

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We have two amazing speakers visiting NYC in early July & could not pass up the opportunity to host them giving talks at the Brooklyn Swift meet-up.

This event is last minute.. but is sure to be a great one!

Location------------------Work & Co will be welcoming Brooklyn Swift back for our July event! Please arrive at 231 Front Street in Dumbo & take the elevator to the 3rd Floor.

Food & drink will be provided.

SPOT 1 - Jorge Ortiz Fuentes: 7 stages of Unit Testing-----------------------------

Jorge Ortiz Fluentes is a freelance engineer dedicated to mobile development, security, & systems architecture. His experience spans work at M.I.T., HP & several prestigious engineering boot camps across Europe & North America. His recent focus has been on building Canonical Examples an online coding tutorial platform aimed at helping junior developers to take a step forward, becoming more senior in a very demanding market.

Jorge will present the "7 Stages of Unit Testing", where he will walk through his defined stages of introducing unit tests into a Swift application. The talk will be friendly to those new to unit testing & experienced veterans, including advice to improve coverage & a demo of a fully tested project following his 7 stages.

SPOT 2 - Flavio Caetano: Animations in Swift vs React Native-----------------------------------------

Flavio Caetano is a Senior Developer at Work & Co. Since entering the tech world, Flavio has shipped over 15 apps. Specializing in iOS development, hes a thought leader known for publishing articles & creating open source tools. He began working with React Native while partnering with Gol, one of the largest airlines in Brazil. His work has also included high-profile engagements with Panera Bread & Equinox.

Flavio's talk will compare implementing animations in React Native vs Swift with a focus on motion & how to achieve some non-obvious animations in both.

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