We have got used to the convenience of a Cocoa dependency manager. Then Apple introduced Dynamic Frameworks on iOS and never gave support for Static Libraries with Swift. While we are still able to consume Objective-C Pods from our Swift apps, we can't bring the new convenient language to our existing and growing iOS applications without getting hands-on to Xcode's build settings and wasting time setting up our various third-party dependencies on our own. Time to fix that!
Marius is CTO of paij, and recently joined the CocoaPods team as Core Member, where he is amongst other things pioneering Swift and Framework support. Aside that he is an active OSS contributor, a passionate Ruby & mobile developer and exploring the borders of Swift since it was announced.
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Marius has been developing mobile & web applications ever since he graduated from university. In more recent years, he's shifted his focus towards mobile development, especially iOS and Objective-C, and now a much larger portion of Swift. With his work on the CocoaPods team, he hasn't forgotten about Ruby either.