Thursday, January 15, 2015 19:00 at Bodega Bay Tech Talk 1950, 1950 Charleston Rd. Mountain View, CA 94043

CocoaHeads December 18, 2014 meeting We're meeting at the Bodega Bay Tech Talk room on the Google campus, on the ground floor of Building 1950, 1950 Charleston Rd. Mountain View, CA. Come around to the back of the building. I'll have a small sign up, and help sign you up with visitor badges.
Agenda: Eric Wing writes: I've become acquainted with the Mac App codesigning and entitlements system, debugging Mac App JavaScriptCore contexts with Safari's built-in debugger in Yosemite, and cross-platform Zeroconf (Bonjour, Bonjour for Windows, Avahi (Linux and most other Unix systems), Android Network Service Discovery). I can talk intelligently about these. David Phillip Oster writes: This past month I've been working on performance tweaking in UITableView and UICollectionView. I've been able to get the time to show a ViewController containing a novel down from 1600 ms to 16ms. I can talk about how I improved the performance and I can also talk about the code I wrote to measure performance. As always, open, so bring your questions and topics.
If you have any questions, suggestions, anything, let me know.


We also have a discussion group at Here! Speaker Sign-up: Here! Please feel free to join in the planning of the meetings. Why Should I Attend?
Meeting other Mac and iOS developers in person is both fun and immensely useful. There's no better way to learn Cocoa or get help with problems than being around other people who are writing Mac and iOS software.

The first few meetings will be free form. Feel free to let us know what you wish to see or present. We love seeing your apps and walk-thru.

Everyone is Welcome
Meetings are free and open to the public. Feel free to drop in even if you've never attended or aren't currently using Cocoa. We usually have a few new faces, so don't worry about being the odd one out.

If you have any questions, please email davidphilliposter(at)gmail(dot)com



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