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Are you an iOS developer, looking forward to your next career move? Or are you interviewing for positions at your company or start-up? Either way, this book provides the right questions and answers to help you in the review process.
If you are an interviewer, this book can guide you on which questions are the most useful to ask to find the perfect candidate. Generic interview questions found online are repetitive and often unrelated to the day-to-day tasks of an iOS developer. If you are looking to hire a professional programmer you should consider more advanced questions about…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Are you an iOS developer, looking forward to your next career move? Or are you interviewing for positions at your company or start-up? Either way, this book provides the right questions and answers to help you in the review process.

If you are an interviewer, this book can guide you on which questions are the most useful to ask to find the perfect candidate. Generic interview questions found online are repetitive and often unrelated to the day-to-day tasks of an iOS developer. If you are looking to hire a professional programmer you should consider more advanced questions about architecture, patterns or frameworks such as those included in this book.

All questions are answered clearly and comprehensively and each one is categorized and reviewed by some of the top iOS engineers worldwide. Some of the questions provide quick follow-ups, which might make the difference between a good enough answer and a stellar one. Questions are divided into three different levels, so whether you are a beginner or an advanced iOS developer, this book will help you to land your dream iOS development Job!

What You'll Learn

  • Answer interview questions flawlessly with just the right response to convey your skillset
  • Practice interviews to make yourself more comfortable during the process
  • Discover what sets a generic coder and an experienced iOS developer apart
Who This Book Is For
Experienced iOS developers seeking a new employer or promotion within their current company. It also serves as a great tool for someone in human resources or another hiring position trying to identify the right candidate for an iOS development position.



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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 62
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12.12.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781484242735
  • Artikelnr.: 54756442
Autorenporträt
Enrique López Mañas is a Google Developer Expert and independent IT consultant. He has been working with mobile technologies since 2007. He is an avid contributor to the open source community and a FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) enthusiast, and is among the top 10 open source Java contributors in Germany. He is a part of the Google LaunchPad accelerator, where he participates in Google global initiatives to influence hundreds of the best startups from all around the globe. He is also a big data and machine learning aficionado.
In his free time he rides his bike, take pictures, and travels until exhaustion. He also writes literature and enjoys all kinds of arts and likes to write about himself in third person. You can follow him on Twitter (@eenriquelopez) to stay updated on his latest movements.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. Get a Junior Developer
Question 1: What is a Struct in iOS?

Question 2: Explain what is a framework in iOS

Question 3: How can you store information within your iOS app?
UserDefaults can be used to persist a small amount of data. Typical examples are part of the configuration required to run the application. UserDefaults can persist the primitive types in iOS (String, Data, Number, Date, Array and Dictionary)

Question 4: What is a Dictionary? Is it similar to other structures in other programming languages?

Question 5: What is a provisioning profile?

Question 6: What is ARC?

Question 7: What is an AutoLayout?

Question 8: How do you manage dependencies in iOS?

Question 9: How do you debug and profile on iOS?

Question 10: What is the difference between an "app id" and a "bundle id" in iOS?

Question 11: Explain how Code Signing Works?

Question 12: What is the difference between frame and bounds?

Question 13: How do you cast between types?

Question 14: Which method would you call to find an object type?

Question 15: What's the difference between #if and #ifdef?

Question 16: Tell us about iOS compilers

Question 17: How can you keep different flavours for production and development releases?

Question 18: What is the difference between viewDidLoad and viewDidAppear? Which one would you use to load data from a remote server and display it in the screen?

Question 19: How do you track bugs? What are your tools of choice?

Question 20: Explain NSUserDefaults

Question 21: How do you test your code? How do you make your code testable?

Question 22: What is the difference between atomic and nonatomic properties? Which is the default for synthesized properties? When would you use one vs. the other?

Question 23: What are "strong" and "weak" references? Why are they important and how can they be used to help control memory management and avoid memory leaks?

Question 24: Explain your process for tracing and fixing a memory leak.

Question 25: List six instruments that are part of the standard iOS set

Question 26: How do I add resources to my app?

Question 27: What are blocks?

Question 28: How do you insert a sanity check that will be disabled in release builds?

Question 29: When is let appropriate in Swift? var?

Question 30: What is a protocol, how do you define your own and when is it used?

Question 31: What is MVC? How is it implemented in iOS? Are there any alternatives to MVC?

Question 32: What are different ways that you can specify the layout of elements in a UIView?

Question 33: What format code is used to print a formatted message with NSString?

Chapter 2. That guy who has already been working with iOS for some time.

Question 34: How memory management is handled on iOS?

Question 35: What do you know about singletons? Where would you use one and where you wouldn't?

Question 36: How do you typically do networking?

Question 37: How would you download a JSON from a web server and serialize it and save in your local storage?

Question 38: What design patterns are you aware of in iOS and use them?

Question 39: How do you handle async tasks?

Question 40: Describe managed object context, and which kind of functionality they provide.

Question 41: Compare and contrast the different ways of achieving concurrency in OS X and iOS.

Question 42: Explain me the different background modes in iOS

Question 43: List and explain the different types of iOS Application States.

Question 44: What are the differences between copy and retain?

Question 45: What can force an object destruction with ARC?

Question 46: What happens when you invoke a method on a nil pointer?

Question 47: When it is mandatory to synthetise properties?
When they are declared in protocols

Question 48: What is NSAssert?

Question 49: What is a category in iO