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At WWDC 2017 Apple introduced the ARKit Framework which allows developers to create Augmented Reality Applications. In this session Mohammad Azam will introduce ARKit and how it can be used to create amazing Augmented Reality applications for the iOS platform. This session has a lot of demos and minimal slides.
Mohammad Azam is an iOS developer and educator. He has been developing iOS applications since 2010. He's worked as a lead mobile developer for VALIC, AIG, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, Blinds.com and The Home Depot. He's also published many of his own apps to the App Store, including Vegetable Tree, which was featured by Apple. Currently, he teaches iOS development—as well as front-end and back-end web development—for The Iron Yard in Houston, Texas.