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Error Handling Made Easy

UX doesn’t only come down to looks and speed. Error handling is quite as important, and in order to get it right it has to be easy and straightforward. However, for most, it is still a mundane task with painfully too many cases to consider. In this talk Helen and Kostas propose a recipe for reducing this friction and for adding complex error handling with just a few lines of code. You can follow along with the slides here, and find the GitHub repo here!

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This talk was delivered live in September 2017 at try! Swift NYC. The video was recorded, produced, and transcribed by Realm, and is published here with the permission of the conference organizers.

Eleni Papanikolopoulou

Eleni Papanikolopoulou is an iOS Developer at Workable, an innovative recruiting software company. She is from Athens, Greece and holds a Masters degree in CS and IT Management from University of Manchester, UK. She started her developing career as a Java engineer but converted to Swift when contributing in Pobuca, a contact management app. She is an advocate of RxSwift for solving tough asynchronous-like problems and currently working in developing Error Handler, an open-source Swift framework. When she doesn’t work, she enjoys traveling more than anything and watching Silicon Valley series.

Kostas Kremizas

Kostas is an iOS Engineer at Workable, the recruitment software company. He’s developed over a dozen iOS apps, from cooking and fashion, to retail, radio, food delivery and more. Having survived the years of Objective-C and manual memory management, he now basks in the comfort and (type) safety of Swift. He loves TDD, clean architecture and more recently getting to grips with functional programming and ReactiveX concepts.

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