AppCode Night in Tokyo, December 17th
We are pleased to invite you to a unique event, AppCode Night, which will take place December 17th in Tokyo, Japan!
A number of software developers are gathering to share their hands-on experience with AppCode, showing some tips’n’tricks, and discussing various aspects of iOS development with an alternative IDE.
Are you curious? Take a look at the outline:
- JetBrains products overview, by event host Yusuke Yamamoto
- AppCode Basics walkthrough, by Akira Ueda
- Things Xcode lacks and AppCode doesn’t, by Iwama Ryo
- Test your iOS app with AppCode, by Akira Sugimoto
- Refactoring with AppCode, by Tetsuya Shinone
Naturally, there will be great company, fruitful discussions, beer and some prizes from AppCode, so make sure you don’t miss it!
For the location and complete details, please refer to the official meetup page.
Please Note: All talks will be in Japanese.
Many thanks to Yusuke, our friend and an authorized JetBrains reseller in Japan for organizing the event!
The AppCode Team
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