26 sessions on testing, GameplayKit, accessibility and more.
NSSpain took place just over two weeks ago in Logroño, Spain, and although I wasn’t lucky enough to be able to attend we are all lucky enough that the organizers have managed to get a huge collection of session videos online. Sometimes these can take months to appear, so it’s great to see NSSpain bucking the trend!
I’ve only had time to watch a handful, but there were so many great sessions that it will probably take me a couple of weeks to get through them all. If you’re keen to learn something new today – and who isn’t? – here are direct links to videos for the talks:
NSSpain deserves a huge thank you for putting together such a high-quality speaker selection, and for managing to record, edit, and publish their videos in record time.
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