14 Mar

Wire™ source code made available

In March 2016, Wire™ launches a new version, featuring video calling and end-to-end encryption. As the company focuses on privacy and security, the source code of some critical parts of the application is made available to the public.

Wire - Family

During my years of work at Wire, I made contribution to all parts of the iOS code currently available to the public. A list of currently released repositories can be found here.

14 Feb

Experimenting with Swift scripting

As of February 2016, Apple’s Swift language has come a long way since its first release. The big news of the end of 2015 is the open sourcing of the language, as it reaches its 2.2 version. This will, on the long run, allow Swift to expand to new platforms and new domains. One of these domains, so far mostly ignored, is Swift as a scripting language.

Curious about how feasible it is as of today to write scripts effectively in Swift, I want to explore the possibilities starting from my Python scripting experience. In Screen Shot 2016-02-13 at 10.21.15that context, two essential workhorses are the Subprocess and ArgParse modules.

As a starting point of investigating Swift as a scripting language, I started with an attempt to reproducing a subset of the features of those Python modules in Swift. You can find Targone (inspired by ArgParse) and Morione (inspired by Subprocess) on GitHub.

06 Dec

Wire is live!


WireTM launches in December 2014. It is a fresh take on communication praised for its beauty of design and seamless integration across a spectrum of platforms. It features messaging, voice calls, images and media sharing.

At the time of the launch, I had been working on this project for 13 months. My role in this project is that of a C++/Objective-C developer focused the internal synchronization library used by the iOS and OSX clients.