I'm Agnes Vasarhelyi, a software developer from Hungary living in San Francisco. 🌁
I started this blog to let people follow my path as I evolve as an iOS developer. I'm an advocate of sharing knowledge and building our communities. This is the place where I collect everything I contribute to this cause.
This is me playing with geese at Lake Tahoe. 🌊☀️🌲
You are already on it, literally.
This is a tech blog following my adventures through the journey of everyday iOS app development.
Organizing community events
Here are some cofnerences and meetups I organized, co-organized, or just working on right now!
I was co-organizing this event by putting together an amazing mobile lineup for this huge conference in Budapest, Hungary.
It was an amazing two day conference in my hometown, Budapest. I loved every minute working on it. ☺️ I wrote a blog post about the whole story.
This is the iOS meetup of Budapest, a great effort backed by several local startups throughout the first year (2016) of this amazing monthly event. The organization is 100% transparent and open source as well as the goal: connect Apple technology enthusiasts and let them evolve together. We have presentation style events, workshops and small roundtable sessions as well.
The first meetup I was participating in organizing where the goal was to create a community for people interested in any kind of native development like any mobile or desktop technology, tool, or method.
I got into public speaking recently, here are my talks so far. Feedback is very welcome!
try! Swift Tokyo
Almost the same talk as Swiftly Styled below.
This talk is about how working with stylesheets helps devs & designers work better together on UI code.
Inspired by FRP
The goal of this talk was to share how the original ideas of Functional Reactive Programming invented decades ago, influenced reactive programming libraries like ReactiveCocoa and why is it important to understand the relation. Some bad examples of over-using reactive and pro-contra arguments.
An overview about the differences between using Objective-C API of ReactiveCocoa v2 and Swift API of v3 (alias v4).
This talk meant to be about how the ideas from functional programming can be leveraged even on a higher abstraction level when designing an application from little boxes of functionalities.
My story about how I managed to try out several interesting technologies, like React Native, ReactiveCocoa, Carthage, and Bitrise in the same pet project, an iOS front-end for my friends' automated beer brewing system, Brewfactory.
If you have any thoughts on the blog, my talks, or anything related, please drop me a line on Twitter, any feedback is much appreciated. 💜
Last edited: November 2017.