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How I Became an iOS Developer for Fun and Debt - Mark Stanislav Notacon 10 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

How I Became an iOS Developer for Fun and Debt
Mark Stanislav
Notacon 10

Synopsis
With the explosive growth of both the iOS and Android platforms, building an “app” is the new “I built a web site!” in terms of nerdy pursuits. Unfortunately, developing an app in traditional methods can be overwhelming for even a reasonably technical person who doesn’t possess a proper foundation in application programming. Come hear not only how RubyMotion can destroy the learning-curve associated with iOS app development, but also hear the steps and frustrations involved in starting a business and getting an app into the Apple App Store. Examples of RubyMotion code and its resulting app will be demoed.

Bio
Mark Stanislav is a Senior Consultant at NetWorks Group, focused on operational automation and information security. With a career spanning a decade, Mark has worked within small business, academia, start-up, and corporate environments primarily focused on Linux architecture, information security, and web application development. Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree in Networking & IT Administration and a Master’s in Technology Studies focused on Information Assurance, both from Eastern Michigan University. Mark also holds his CISSP, Security+, Linux+, and CCSK certifications. Mark is also the owner of Pardalis Labs, an iOS app and IT consulting company.

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