Is MVVM Right for SwiftUI? Live Seminar Coming Soon
Learn about our upcoming live monthly Professional Development Seminars and how you can get your invitation to this and all future events!
About Our Professional Development Seminars
Our Professional Development Seminars are live, monthly events designed to connect you with top-tier developers and other professionals from our community, who are ready to share their hard-won and battle-tested advice with you, available exclusively to Annual Ultimate Professional Subscription and Team community members.
Why Attend Our Seminars?
Being a top developer in this industry takes more than just straight coding skills. You need to connect with the best minds in the business — and bring their best practices back into your own career. Go deep with senior developers and other professionals from our network, who have founded companies, managed dev teams large and small, designed killer apps, and more — to help you be the best developer possible!
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What Will You Learn in This Month’s Seminar?
Every developer is taught that MVVM means clean, structured code, but what if every developer was taught wrong? In this talk, you’ll discover why MVVM (and other common architectures) may not be right for your SwiftUI apps and how you should be structuring your code instead. You’ll also learn about some tricky challenges with SwiftUI and cool new ways to solve them using solutions like Realm.
About the Speakers
Jason Flax: Originally working as a mobile developer at tech startups in New York City, Jason now leads the Realm Swift team at MongoDB.
Eric Mossman: Eric’s a big believer that open-source software is the linchpin for great application development and has been on the Realm team since 2018.