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Application Development with Swift

By : Hossam Ghareeb
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Application Development with Swift

By: Hossam Ghareeb

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (14 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Tyler Hackbart is a web developer, designer, and technology enthusiast with a passion for everything in technology. Through self-learning, he gained the ability to write his first line of code when he was only 16 years old and has just started learning his sixth programming language. With his farm-raised work ethic, alongside a passion for crafting amazing user interactions and doing what he loves, Tyler has successfully worked in the technology field for 2 years. He is the cofounder of three start-ups and works in an application design firm, all based in Waterloo, Canada.

David Mattia is a student at the University of Notre Dame with a passion for software engineering. He has worked for General Electric Aviation and spends much of his free time doing freelance work.

Hossam M. Sherif is a software developer. He received his bachelor's degree in computer and system engineering from Alexandria University. He has spent several years in software development, especially in iOS and backend development. He has worked with many companies, such as Insidetrack, Inova LLC, and Log n Labs. He worked on different projects and in different roles, from software developer to team leader and manager. He served in the Egyptian Navy and participated in the enhancement and development of the IT department. He has certificates in software test processes and software test design. He participated in several volunteer projects and workshops as an instructor for "Introduction to iOS Development," a summer 2014 training course for undergraduates at Alexandria University, and also other courses, such as the Alexandria Startup 2012 weekend and IEEE ITW 2011.

Kenneth Strickland joined the US Army in 1986. After 4 years of active duty in the US Army, he came across software development. That was when he picked up his first C programming book and read it from cover to cover. Since then, he has never looked back.

He has been a software architect for over 10 years, and currently develops applications primarily in C/C++, Java, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET.

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