Manuel (aka. StuFF mc) is founder of the first French podcast about Apple, iOS development expert, Apple Platform developer and environmental and refugee activist.
Based in Düren, Germany, near Cologne, Manuel Carrasco Molina, better known as StuFF mc, started programming with his C64 at age 11 in 1987. He entered professional software development in 1997 and has been developing since. He founded the first French podcast about Apple in 2005 and dove into iOS development at the launch of the SDK in 2008, after spending the first half of his developer career in the Microsoft technologies. He ran ObjCGN.com/SwiftConf.com from 2012 to 2017 which he left in good hands at a previous employer. When he's not developing for the Apple Platforms Stuff is an involved activist and active local politician for the greens (since many years at city and region councils) in the matters of environment (Hambach Forest) and refugees — he spent a few times in east European countries as well as in Greece helping his brothers and sisters. Stuff's mother tongue is French, but he also speaks fluently German and Spanish, while speaking a little little bit of Dutch, Arabic and Italian.
A lot of time Privacy of my data as a user is not a priority for Developers. Whether it’s my calendar, my contacts, my location, I want as a user to be able to use an app without all of those attacks in my privacy. I want to summarize some things an iOS developer should do to ensure the most critical user can still use my app in some regards, and not just say “I need all your information”. This is the beauty of iOS, being able to fine grain (although not enough) so let’s do this all together, as a beautiful community concerned by Privacy. We’ll review some very old APIs and focus on the last changes in iOS.
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