About the Authors
Sarah Reichelt is the author of this book. She got hooked onto trying to make computers do what she told them a very long time ago and has never stopped loving it. She is a keen evangelist for developing native Mac apps. When not at her computer, Sarah loves coffee, puzzles, reading and cooking — the day hasn’t started until the first cup of coffee is drunk and the crossword is done!
About the Editors
Audrey Tam is a tech editor on this book. As a retired computer science academic, she’s a technology generalist with expertise in translating new knowledge into learning materials. Audrey attends many concerts at Tempo Rubato and does most of her writing and zooming at Rubato Upstairs. She also enjoys long train journeys, knitting, and trekking in the Aussie wilderness.
Ehab Amer is tech editor on book. He is a very enthusiastic Lead iOS developer with a very diverse experience from building games to enterprise applications and POCs with new technologies. In his spare time, TV shows take the majority of his time, followed by video games. When away from the screen, he goes with his wife and friends to explore the underwater world through diving.
Richard Critz did double duty as editor and final pass editor for this book. He has been doing software professionally for over 40 years, working on products as diverse as CNC machinery, network infrastructure, and operating systems. He discovered the joys of working with iOS beginning with iOS 6. Yes, he dates back to punch cards and paper tape. He’s a dinosaur; just ask his kids. On Twitter, while being mainly read-only, he can be found @rcritz. The rest of his professional life can be found either at www.rwcfoto.com or at his Mathnasium franchise.