Tuesday, August 19, 2014 18:00 at Oracle Auditorium, 3 Summit Park Drive, Independence, OH
Dan Gray will be our main speaker, and he will be discussing "Startup DevOps: Using Azure with iOS". Dan writes:
"With the growth of mobile apps that access custom cloud services and storage, and the need for quick turnaround of reliable software, how can a lean startup compete? This talk will discuss how a small organization with a limited budget can use Microsoft’s cloud solution called “Azure” as a backend for iOS mobile apps."
Dan will follow a brief opening presentation by BJ Miller on using enums in Swift. BJ writes:
"Enums in Swift are quite different from enums in other languages. Swift enums are first-class types, and can be extended with properties, methods, extensions, and protocols. I'll give a quick overview of some of the nuances to Swift enums and how they can be useful."
Parking is free.
The presentation begins at 6:00. The doors lock at 6:00 to the building, so please let us know via MeetUp (http://www.meetup.com/Cleveland-CocoaHeads/) if you will be late and we can come let you in.
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