Writer, Software Developer and Trainer.
Adrian Kosmaczewski is a writer, a software developer and a trainer. He is a published author, and has worked as a professional software developer since 1996. Adrian holds a Master in Information Technology from the University of Liverpool. Together with Graham Lee, he is the creator of De Programmatica Ipsum.
When not coding or teaching, Adrian likes to spend time with his wife Claudia, his cat Max and his Olivetti Lettera 22 typewriter.
Adrian writes his mind regularly:
"Being A Developer After 40" – received more than half a million views and has been shared over six thousand times on social media, and has been translated to Russian, Hungarian, Czech, Portuguese, Persian, Vietnamese, and Romanian.
You can find more at De Programmatica Ipsum.
Adrian has worked as a professional software developer since 1997.
Conway: An implementation of Conway’s Game of Life in 20 different programming languages.
SwiftMoment: A time and calendar manipulation library for iOS, macOS, tvOS, & watchOS, written in Swift 4 with Xcode 9.
eBook-Template: Template to create PDF, ePub and Kindle books with Asciidoctor
iOS7-Presentation: A short summary of new APIs and features available for app developers in iOS 7. Shown in the GOTO Nights in Eindhoven and Amsterdam (November 20th and 21st 2013) and Zurich (December 18th 2013)
Adrian is a regular speaker at developer conferences since 2006.
"Cocoa is the new Carbon: The Future of Apple’s Beloved Framework", Zürich, Switzerland, February 26th, 2015.
"iBeacons", May 26th, 2014 in Zürich, Switzerland; August 13th 2014 in Leeds, UK; August 14th 2014 in London, UK; September 30th 2014 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and October 28th 2014 in Durban, South Africa. Code available on Github.
"Présentation de Sencha Touch 2", at a JS Genève Meetup, March 28th, 2012.
"Integrating iOS Applications With Backend Rest Services", at the Mobile Developer Summit 2011, Bangalore, India.
"DevDay for iPhone", June 23rd 2010 in Geneva, Switzerland and June 25th 2010 in London, United Kingdom.
"Tips and Tricks on Building Successful iPhone Apps", February 2nd 2010 in London, United Kingdom, at Skills Matter.
"How to put your company in people’s pocket?", October 31st 2008 in Geneva, Switzerland, at the iPhone Conference 2008.
Discover and download Adrian’s slides and presentations at his SpeakerDeck.
Adrian has often been interviewed in TV and online: