It's September 24th. iOS devs are sad. Very sad. All of them had to leave Logroño after attending the very first Cocoa conference organized in Spanish province La Rioja, the land of vine and amazing food.
It's a province somewhere between Bilbao and Madrid I'd say, with Logroño as the capital. These guys know how to make vine and have some unique eating habits. We haven't eaten a meal in a restaurant, they took us instead to ~5 food bars each lunch. Apparently this is known as doing tapas.
The first night we've had a speakers dinner, organized at home at some friend of Luis. It all started nice and neat, until we've started drinking local stuff, heavily. To give you another preview of how this might look like..
I won't be talking about each day separately, because they all looked like:
Now you're probably thinking.. what's the implementation of
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As you may have guessed, among the other speakers, I've given a talk as well. Actually, there was a talk on ObjectiveSugar & ObjectiveRecord (slides) and a workshop on behavior - driven testing using Kiwi.
The talk could have gone better, but I'm pretty satisfied with the workshop. This is also the first time I've tried using After Talk, a micro app for collecting feedback un-intrusively after you give a talk.
Thanks everyone who left feedback, definitely a good pointer for improving the next workshop. Here's what people said.
There was a big festival in Logroño right after the conference (what a coincidence!). So I'll cut out the writing, and call the function again:
This might become a way bigger event starting from the next year. It was nice meeting you, everybody.