Fernando is an iOS training expert & globetrotter. He has taught top notch iOS development classes around the world for Agbo and The Big Nerd Ranch. Mentor of Telefónica Talentum program, author of dozens of technical articles and nerdpreuner. His current obsessions are Cocoa Touch, Objective-C and the iOS ecosystem. In a previous life he was a Python/Django hacker, Smalltalker, and much to his regret, C++ monkey.
Peter is an Indie developer who’s in the rare business of working full-time on an iOS framework for the B2B market with high-profile customers like Dropbox or Evernote. If you’re working on apps there’s a good chance that you’re using one of his many projects, like PSPDFKit, PSStackedView, PSTCollectionView or others.
Florian is a software developer from Berlin currently working on in-house apps for an elite sports consulting company he cofounded in 2006. His past programming experiences range from demo programming in x86 assembly over enterprise development in Delphi and backend development in PHP to motion capture and ultrasonic analysis tools created in Matlab. Nowadays he develops mainly for iOS and the web.
Daniel worked on various photography related software projects at Apple before heading back to Berlin and recently co-founded a company that lets women track their cycle on their phone. At Apple he was involved with RawCamera, CoreImage on OS X and the Photos and Camera apps and frameworks of iOS. If you’ve ever taken a photo on your iPhone, it ran though his code.
Tim is an iOS developer from Düsseldorf who recently co-founded Rheinfabrik where he creates apps like EISENHOWER. He loves to write clean code and is especially interested in Test Driven Development and Core Data. Aside from development, his passion is to create simple, intuitive products. Previously, Tim worked on iOS apps for simfy, antwerpes, Vodafone and others.
Orta is an iOS developer at Artsy, building beautiful portfolio apps for some of the biggest Art galleries in the world. Encouraged by Artsy's awesome commitment to open source he regularly devotes time to working on and around the CocoaPods ecosystem. Building tools like CocoaDocs, maintaining the Specs repository and pruning the documentation for the project.
I define myself as entrepreneur and developer. I love coding and solving problems. In the mobile world iOS is my platform of choice. In the backend I choose technologies that offer high scalability and performence. My latest project is backbeam.io , a platform that brings developers a complete backend to let them focus on their mobile app rather than losing time in low level stuff.
When people think of CocoaPods, they think of Eloy. But like how magicians works in pairs so do great OSS developers, and Fabio is the Teller to Eloy's Penn. Fabio has taken CocoaPods to the next level, applying his business management studies to the cacophony of a large community; while keeping the community focussed on the loving spirit of the OSS world. Outside of CocoaPods, Fabio is an Indie Objective-C Developer.
Diego Freniche Brito
Mobile developer after quitting his former job as a data center guy. With some experience in now defunct webOS, iOS, Android and BB10. Loves computers and programming, basically everything that smells like hot silicon. Teaching fellow developers in several technologies / languages for more than 12 years. Always learning new things.
Boris Bügling (http://buegling.com/) is an iOS and Mac developer from Braunschweig. He likes to spend his time on refining UIs, but also enjoys diving into C to optimize performance - it's all about the user experience. He has been working on different iPad magazines for Audi at Gingco.Net and even was a Java developer in another life. Currently, he writes enterprise iOS apps at DAVID Software.
Alfonso Alba García
Alfonso is a full stack ruby/php independent developer from Madrid, who has been developing in-house iOS and Mac OS-X applications for the past two years. The first SCM he used was RCS back in 1998. Afterwards he used Subversion for several years until he adopted git in 2009. He became a git evangelist in 2012, when he started promoting git and good source code management practices among the spanish speaking developer community.
Luis is a Spanish software developer who moved to NYC two years ago. He joined ShopKeep POS, where he helped build both their backend and the their iPad app. Luis currently works for Pixable, as their Lead iOS Engineer. He has several years of experience with TDD and he loves contributing to the open source community.
Javier Sánchez is a freelance iOS Developer, currently based in Madrid&Valencia. From 2008 to 2011, he was a visiting scholar at CCRMA, Stanford University (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics), where he collaborated in several Art&Technology projects and performances using mobile devices and tablets. He is also Co-founder at Lingualia. His favourite verb is: To Make.