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There seems to be some interest lately in lists of technical iOS questions and answers. This is a good start for figuring out where to start preparing but it’s not enough. This talk will cover specific approaches to answering technical / whiteboard questions, and programming tasks that will make you stand out from the crowd. These suggestions have been gained from my experience from both sides of the interview table, and I’d like to show you how a small change in your approach can make a big change in the way you come across.
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Ace The Technical Interview
Abizer Nasir is a freelance iOS / OS X developer who has been working full-time in Swift for over a year. He has spoken on a variety of subjects related to Objective-C and Swift development at iOSCon, NSLondon, Swift London, Swift Summit and AltConf. He organises NSCoder Night London.