Apple WWDC 2017 Videos Watched

As of June July 10, 2017

Part of the iOS Category

As an Independent Apple iOS Developer, I continually learning new information on programming in that knowledge domain.

I watch some of the recent Apple Developer Conference videos from June 2017. The list below is current as of this post’s date. [ Note: To see the list you must be a Registered Apple Developer ]

  1. Apple WWDC Keynote – 06/05/2017
  2. Platforms State of the Union Session 102 – 06/06/2017
  3. Introducing ARKit: Augmented Reality for iOS Session 602 – 06/7/2017
  4. Introducing Core ML Session 703 – 06/10/2017
  5. Core ML in Depth Session 710 – 06/10/2017
  6. Vision Framework: Building on Core ML, Session 506 – 06/11/2017
  7. Natural Language Processing and your Apps Session 208 – 06/11/2017
  8. Advances in Core Image: Filters, Metal, Vision, and More Session 510 – 06/13/2017
  9. What’s New in Swift Session 402 – 06/14/2017
  10. Introducing Metal 2 Session 601 – 06/16/207
  11. What’s New in Apple File System Session 715 – 06/19/2017
  12. What’s New in Core Data Session 210 – 06/20/2017
  13. What’s New in Cocoa Touch Session 201 – 06/21/2017
  14. Using Metal 2 for Compute Session 608 – 06/24/2017
  15. VR with Metal 2 Session 603 – 06/25/2017
  16. Accelerate and Sparse Solvers Session 711 – 06/26/2017
  17. Modernizing Grand Central Dispatch Usage Session 706 – 06/27/2017
  18. What’s New in Foundation Session 212 – 06/29/2017
  19. Efficient Interactions with Frameworks Session 244 – 06/30/2017
  20. What’s New in LLVM Session 411 – 07/05/2017
  21. Understanding Undefined Behavior Session 407 – 07/06/2017
  22. GitHub and the New Source Control Workflows in Xcode 9 Session 405 – 07/07/2017
  23. Finding Bugs Using Xcode Runtime Tools Session 406 – 07/08/2017
  24. What’s New in Signing for Xcode and Xcode Server Session 403 –  07/09/2017
  25. What’s New in Swift Playgrounds Session 408 – 07/10/2017
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Using computer technology since June 1980.
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