S1 E3 – Serverside Swift, Unit Testing, Scaling as a Startup & Cycling Apps with iOS Lead Andrea Scuderi

Today’s guest is Andrea Scuderi – currently the lead iOS developer at Schpock that’s spent the last 6 years working for a range of companies from Timeout to Sky Sports and is now the lead iOS developer at the popular marketplace app Schpock.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Server-side Swift
    • What is it
    • How iOS developer’s can leverage to write their own backend
    • Running a server-less backend on AWS running Swift code
  • The pro’s and con’s of unit testing
  • Scaling up your resources as a startup

You can find Andrea on Linked at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreascuderi/ and you can find his Server-side Swift Github projects at https://github.com/Andrea-Scuderi.
You can also find his app Trackyzer on the App Store

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