Tony Ingraldi began his software journey in 1980 and has been on a long and winding road ever since. Tony has worked as a professional software engineer for NASA, in the private sector, and as a consultant and indie developer. He first caught a whiff of Cocoa when working with Apple WebObjects in the late 90s. The technology resonated with him and he still considers WebObjects to be the most fun anyone can have when developing in Java. Most recently he has been focusing on the iOS world which he finds continually rewarding in a variety of ways. Tony lives in Yorktown, VA with his wife and five children. In addition to working with RoleModel Software
, he is the owner of Majesty Software
Presentations by Tony Ingraldi
One of the key components under the hood of OS X is a powerful interapplication communication technology known as the Open Scripting Architecture (OSA). In this session we’ll explore how you can take advantage of the OSA, by way of the Scripting Bridge, using our favorite new programming language—Swift. You’ll learn what it takes to get started with this technology and you’ll come away with practical information that you can readily put to use. Whether your development focus is on iOS or OS X, you can benefit from what you’ll learn in this session.