About the Authors
Ehab Amer is an author of this book. He is a very enthusiastic Lead iOS developer with a very diverse experience, from building games to enterprise applications and POCs, especially when exploring new technologies. In his spare time, TV shows take the majority, followed by video games. When away from the screen, he goes with his friends for escape room experiences or to explore the underwater world through diving.
Matt Galloway is an author of this book. He is a software engineer with a passion for excellence. He stumbled into iOS programming when it first was a thing, and he has never looked back. When not coding, he likes to brew his own beer.
Eli Ganim is an author of this book. He is a Software Engineer who’s passionate about teaching, writing and sharing knowledge with others. He lives in Israel with his wife and kids.
About the Editors
Walter Tyree is a technical editor of this book. By day he runs the tiniest of technology consulting companies. He writes software and also gives talks and writes articles for others to learn how to write software. After hours, he likes to knit and bake bread, play with his dog, and dance with his wife. You can find him at his company website (www.tyreeapps.com).
Steven Van Impe is a technical editor of this book. Steven is a computer science lecturer at the University College of Ghent, Belgium, an author at Programming with Swift: Fundamentals, and an open-source contributor to projects that support cross-platform adoption of Swift. You can contact Steven on Twitter at @pwsacademy and various Slack and Discord channels.
Megan Mallicoat is an editor of this book. Megan is an editor and university journalism instructor. She has professional experience in communications management, web design, and graphic design, but she’s most devoted to pointing out grammar and spelling errors. In her “free time,” you’ll most likely find her on the sidelines of some kind of kids sports practice, holding a book.
Ray Fix is the final pass editor of this book. During the day, Ray works on next-generation microscopes made for iPad at Discover Echo Inc. in San Diego, California. He enjoys learning new things and is excited about math, data, visualization, machine learning and computer vision. Swift is his problem-solving language of choice. https://mastodon.social/@rayfix.