Learning to Code Again

Writing code is like learning how to ride a bike. Once you’re good at it, you never really forget the skill. After having a 30 plus IT career starting as a programmer writing in assembler and Fortan, then moving up the ladder to be a systems analyst, systems designer, dba, project manager, and then an enterprise manager, taking the opportunity to try IOS app development was a little scary, but a lot of fun.

I will share some key lessons learned when developing a IOS prototype that is now being used as a basis for an app that is estimated to save over 16 million dollars for one federal agency.




Lori Guido

Ms. Guido had a 30 plus IT career doing DevOps before it was called DevOps. She started as a programmer writing in multiple languages, developing applications for vastly different projects. Then she ...