**N.B** RSVPs Open Thursday, May 17, 2018, 3:00 PM, set a reminder!
Hey all 👋
We are back for our second major event of 2018. As usual we have some awesome speakers lined up, and we will be hosted at Facebook’s shiny new office (just next to Tottenham court tube station).
There will be food, drink, talks and good times all round so please come join us!!!!
IMPORTANT:- Facebook requires people to bring a form of ID (a debit card is fine)
• Meghän Kane @meghafon (https://twitter.com/meghafon) - The State of ML for iOS... On the Advent of WWDC 2018 🕯🤓
Machine learning should be accessible to all Apple developer community members who are curious and committed to learning. Let’s get everyone on the same page about the state of ML for iOS before WWDC, so we can hit the ground running next week!*
Core ML, coremltools, TuriCreate, Swift for TensorFlow, Metal Performance Shaders CNN, etc 🤯. There have been many exciting tools made available for developers in the recent past, so let’s review them:
- Demystify & disambiguate: What exactly are each of these?
- Workflow practicality: For what domain problems is it practical to use them?
- Implications: What engineering constraints are linked to using them?
- Big picture: How do the tools fit together in the larger picture of ML for on device prediction?
*Assuming Apple announces further capabilities in the realm of ML.
• John Sundell @johnsundell (https://twitter.com/johnsundell) -The Magic of UI Testing
In this talk, John will show how UI testing can not only be a powerful tool in order to automate parts of your QA process - but how it can also be a somewhat “magical” tool when it comes to working on your app as well. The talk will include pros & cons of UI testing, how to make tests run faster & more stable, and how UI tests can be used during the development process.
7:00-7:30 Talk 1
7:45-8:15 Talk 2
8:15 - Late Post event mingle
Any questions? - please feel free to message the organisers 😊
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