As developers, we often start coding to requirements that mostly meet what we need to build our products.
Did you know your customers can use your app, without a trip to the App Store?
Code is not a dialogue between the developer and the machine. It is a conversation between clients, teams, developers, users, and everyone in between.
This talk introduces an open source swift package called Physical, for programming real life quantities and their manipulations.
Much as many of us would like to think that Diversity & Inclusion is widely accepted and appreciated in the corporate world, most companies put in little-to-no effort to bridge the gap between a diverse pool of talent and their workforce.
Speaking is difficult, especially if performed when others are within earshot. Many of us tend to use filler sounds like "umm" or "uhhh", while our brains are processing the next thing we want to say.