John builds apps, games and developer tools. He also makes Swift by Sundell — a series of weekly articles and a podcast about Swift development, and co-hosts the Stacktrace podcast. He has worked for companies like Volvo and Spotify, and is now working full-time on creating apps, tools and content for the Swift community.
Maxim Cramer is the founder and CEO of MENNENIA, a coaching and consulting business determined to empower 100,000 women founders to confidently create technology for a better world. She’s worked on apps that have seen over a million downloads on launch, won Emmys, been featured by Apple in retail stores around the globe, and now teaches TechLiteracy® so founders can build products with less headache and more confidence.
iOS Content Creator Tunde teaches SwiftUI and all things related to iOS development on YouTube @tundsdev. YouTube channel tundsdev features a wide range of content in iOS Development topics like SwiftUI, UIKit, Architecture, using Apple Frameworks, Career/Developer advice and more. Tunde spent 5+ years working in iOS development & He's currently a Lead App Developer at Bally's Interactive.
Daniel loves to write about, teach and code for Apple platforms using Swift. Daniel is the author of more than a dozen books including the best-selling books A Functional Programming Kickstart, A SwiftUI Kickstart, A Swift Kickstart and Dear Elena. Daniel presents iOS, Functional Programming, SwiftUI, and Swift training and consults through his company Dim Sum Thinking.
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