Software development is a fast-changing field: good developers need to spend considerable time learning about new frameworks, architectures and design patterns.
Mobile software development is still an autodidactic subject. Smart companies should therefore allocate a portion of their developers’ work hours to training and research — especially after major events such as Google IO and Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, where a lot of new technical information is released that needs to be processed.
CFO: What happens if we train them and they leave?
John Sundell is an iOS developer known for a variety of frequently used libraries such as Wrap and Unbox, which are now obsolete thanks to Swift’s Codable. John’s blog not only features many technical tips, but also deals with code formatting and how to write code that is easy to share with others.