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Protocol-Oriented DataSources in Swift

26th May 2016 in London at CodeNode

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Niels will perform some live coding taking a deep dive into a Protocol-Oriented solution for a use-case almost every iOS developer has encountered: conforming to UITableViewDataSource and UICollectionViewDataSource.


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Protocol-Oriented DataSources in Swift

Niels van Hoorn

After finishing a master in Artificial Intelligence and leaving a boring web-development job, Niels van Hoorn started developing for iOS in 2009. A bunch of freelance work, and some own apps later, he then went on to become a full time iOS developer for one of the biggest newspapers of The Netherlands: NRC. Currently Niels is building awesome prototyping tools at Framer.

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Niels will perform some live coding taking a deep dive into a Protocol-Oriented solution for a use-case almost every iOS developer has encountered: conforming to UITableViewDataSource and UICollectionViewDataSource.


The Call for Papers is now open for iOSCon2017! Submit your talk for the chance to join a stellar line-up of experts on stage. Find out more.
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About the Speaker

Protocol-Oriented DataSources in Swift

Niels van Hoorn

After finishing a master in Artificial Intelligence and leaving a boring web-development job, Niels van Hoorn started developing for iOS in 2009. A bunch of freelance work, and some own apps later, he then went on to become a full time iOS developer for one of the biggest newspapers of The Netherlands: NRC. Currently Niels is building awesome prototyping tools at Framer.

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