Michele Titolo | Blog | Speaking

Michele is an internationally renowned speaker who delivers insightful and engaging technical talks. She has experience with a number of different areas including but not limited to: iOS development, the Swift programming language, API design and development, microservices, and scaling.

She is currently accepting speaking engagements for 2017. Please send inquiries to talks@michele.io with the following information:

  • When and where?
  • If the event is international and US citizens need a visa, is the event willing to assist me in getting a visa?
  • What costs are covered by the event?
  • Link to Code of Conduct and information about how it will be enforced.
  • Are there scholarships or discounted tickets available for underrepresented groups?
  • Indicate what kind of talk the event is interested in hearing, and if this will be in a keynote slot (a keynote slot is a slot where no other talks are happening unless the event is single-track).

Upcoming

TBD

More than po: Debugging in LLDB

Past

APIs for the Mobile World ☞

Generics in Theory and Practice ☞

Tools

Multitasking The Hard Way ☞

Making Friendly Microservices ☞

Cocoa Design Patterns in Swift ☞

APIs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Protocols and the Promised Land (take 2)

Protocols and the promised land

More than po

All the [Tech] World's a Stage

APIs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

The Worst Code

More than po

Can't Handle My Scale

Can't Handle My Scale ☞

Cocoa Design Patterns in Swift

That's Not My Code ☞

APIs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Mobile APIs ☞

Get Your Code Under Control

Dependencies Done Right with CocoaPods ☞

APIs and Distributed Software ☞

API Jones and the Wireframes of Doom ☞

Mastering the Project File ☞

Mastering the Project File ☞

Automated Testing with GHUnit and KIF ☞

From Server to App

How To Make APIs That Don't Suck ☞

Make it Mobile ☞

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