In the closing talk of dotSwift, Daniel reminds us of the history of Objective-C, its evolution until the release of Swift, and why the community should embrace change in a positive way.
Daniel explains how Swift makes 2015 a tremendously exciting year to be writing iOS and OS X apps.
Yehuda tells us how to run a robust open source project that balances the need to get adoption with a desire to maintain high quality.
Bryan explains best practices for producing great code as a team.
How to effectively manage Open Source projects and save the world without going insane
Robert tells a couple insightful stories about his time as a commando sent to rescue healthcare.gov
fat talks about the history of open source and his experience maintaining Twitter Bootstrap.