Get the lowdown on the smoothest way to go from taking your source code out of your project and into the public domain. We’ll go over setting up a project, including licenses, making sure cocoapods removes your bootstrapping files for testing and then submitting a pull request to get it in the hands of cocoapods.
Andrew will cover topics from two books: Rich App Poor App, by Simon K williams, and Appllionaires by Chris Stevens. Plus he will present his own analysis / ideas on what people go for in an app. There will also be a brief dicusssion about some of the latest tools which claim to be able to produce an app without a programmer.
Andrew had been a games developer since the early 90s and is now working on a startup that will aim to make programmer’s lives easier.
About the event
This is the second NSManchester event since @daveverwer’s version we’ll still be experimenting with the format. Orta will be around from 6 setting up the room and will be free to discuss dev with anyone wanting to come early.
About the Speaker
Orta has been a Mac Developer since before it was cool (He was at WWDC 2007.) Currently he works for Artsy.net trying to bring fine art to the masses. With some success. He writes an Art Blog, is part of cocoapods core and built an iOS torrent hosting/streaming app.