2009 Session: Secrets of iPhone performance optimization
Thursday, 16:40 - 17:30
Track: Mobile 2.0
Fierce competition in the iPhone app business means you can't afford crashes or poor performance. In this session we begin with an introduction to Instruments, Apple’s analysis tool, and how to use it to sample different parts of a running application simultaneously (memory, I/O, etc.), followed by an in-depth discussion of performance tuning for critical functions including application launch, memory usage, drawing and scrolling, file and network access, power and battery life.
Appropriate for developers of all levels, but to get the most benefit you should have some experience with Apple's developer tools and
In this highly technical, hands-on session, you will learn to debug and optimize your iPhone application from an Apple insider.
Alberto is CTO of moboli, a Danish startup focusing on iPhone application development. A longtime Mac developer, he has held key engineering positions at Adobe and Apple, where he trained third-party engineers on all aspects of Mac and iPhone programming.
Besides English, Alberto is fluent in Spanish, German, and Italian. You can always engage in conversation with him by mentioning German-built sailplanes, which he enjoys flying on fine weather days over Brandenburg.