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Not just since Swift was introduced, Value Objects are preached in the iOS community. They are neat, but Live Objects with reference semantics have their own advantages as well. This talk reminds of those and explains how they give a whole new experience when working with persistency as given by the Realm database. Let's dive in how the Realm Cocoa bindings are implementing them.
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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.