CocoaHeads NYC: What do you want to learn about in 2017?
It's been a while since we've stopped and asked: what do YOU want to learn, talk, code at CocoaHeads this year?
Note that I'm only collecting email addresses so I can follow up with you with questions.
If you could hear a 10 minute overview with a demo on any of the following topics, what would it be? Pick as many as you'd like.
AVFoundation: Working with Video & Sound
GLKit: Speeds up OpenGL ES or OpenGL app development
CNContacts: The New ABAddressBook!
XCode: Generally Useful Tips & Tricks
Swift! (Anything about it)
CoreMotion: Working with the accelerometer and a user's daily steps
Custom Navigation Animations
Multipeer Connectivity: Support peer-to-peer connectivity and the discovery of nearby devices
CoreImage: Image features for filtering, facial recognition, & more
PassKit: Apple Pay and Wallet
PushKit: For VoIP apps, reduce battery impact and deliver a better experience by registering for and receiving notifications
MetalKit: Graphics Kit
CoreLocation: Working with the location of a user (or Bluetooth beacon)
ForceFeedback: Control force feedback (3D-touch) devices attached to the system
SpriteKit: Create 2D sprite-based games using an optimized animation system, physics simulation, and event-handling support
NotificationCenter: Create and manage widgets
Speech: Request speech recognition for live and prerecorded utterances and receive transcriptions, in addition to alternative interpretations and confidence levels
CallKit (iOS 10): Now Any App Can "Call" Like the Phone App Does
HomeKit: Smart accessories for the home
SceneKit: Create 3D games and add 3D content to apps using high-level scene descriptions
watchOS: Complication Basics
Photos: Reading and writing assets to a user's camera roll
HealthKit: Sharing Health and Fitness data with other apps
GameKit: Leaderboards, Achievements, Challenges, etc
Building great collection views
CoreSpotlight: Search infrastructure in apps via Spotlight
EventKit: Working with a user's calendar data
Project structure: how to manage your XCode project/workspace without losing your mind or losing teammates
Building great tables
Messages in iOS10
CoreTelephony: Information about a user's telephone service provider
Intents: Handles Siri-related requests for your app’s services
ReplayKit: Record live gameplay in your app for social media sharing
MediaPlayer: Find and play user-installed media items including songs, audio podcasts, and audio books
tvOS: UX/UI Capabilities
NetworkExtension: Configure VPN tunnels. Customize and extend core networking features
watchOS: UX/UI Capabilities
CloudKit: Store structured app and user data in iCloud containers that can be shared by all users of your app.
What else do you want to learn about? (Can be general programming principals, source control practices, app lifecycle management, design tools for developers -- anything.)
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