Mailing List Is Back!
We had some issues with the mailing list. In the process, we lost the archive and the subscriber list. The list has been re-created and is back. Unfortunately, everyone will need to resubscribe. Please go to the list signup page to subscribe.
We apologize for the inconvenience and the delay.
May 17 | Andrew Carter | permalink
May 9 - Text Layout and CocoaPods
This month's Seattle meeting features presentations by Kyle Sluder of The Omni Group and Aengus McMillin of the UW Computer Science Department.
Kyle is a software engineer for Omni, and will be talking about text layout. Aengus is a computer science major at UW, and will be talking about CocoaPods, an open source package management system.
The meeting is Thursday, May 9, on the UW Campus, in Johnson Hall 111, beginning at 7 pm. This is the same room where we met in April. Anyone is welcome. Both of these talks will be of interest to any Cocoa programmer, whether you're targeting OS X or iOS.
The mailing list is still down, so please keep receiving updates via one of the other avenues on the About page.
May 07 | Hal Mueller | permalink
March 28 - Apple Push Notification Service
Our next meeting is on Thursday, March 28.
Steve Baker, founder of Beepscore will talk about APNS (Apple Push Notification Service). Topics include the Push Notification Path, different components along the path, web server options for push notification (dedicated server, Heroku, Microsoft Windows Azure Mobile Services, Urban Airship etc.) and more.
The meeting starts at 7pm (Thursday, March 28) and it will be held in the 1st floor conference room (room 101) of Thinkspace in downtown Redmond.
Thinkspace is a 2-minute walk from the Redmond transit center. So if you’re coming over from downtown Seattle, you can take ST Express 545 to get here quickly.
Alternately, if you drive, parking is free.
Mar 26 | Rammanohar Arumugam | permalink