Károly Nyisztor is a professional software engineer, instructor, and author. So far, he has inspired over 150,000 students worldwide.
As an instructor, he aims to share his more than 25 years of software development expertise and change the lives of students throughout the world. He's passionate about helping people reveal hidden talents and guide them into the world of startups and programming.
Karoly has worked for companies like Apple, Siemens, and SAP. As a software architect, he has desi... moregned and built several enterprise frameworks. He currently holds twelve patents related to inventions in the field of mobile computing.
He has worked with various technologies and programming languages, including x86 Assembly, C, C++, Java, Objective-C, Swift, and Python.
Karoly has built several successful iOS apps and games that Apple has featured as ”New and Noteworthy,” ”App of the Month,” and “Best Travel Apps.”
After 18 years, he left the corporate world to start his own business. He is the founder of LEAKKA, a software development and tech consulting company. Since 2016, he has been fully committed to teaching.
Karoly teaches Software Architecture, Object-Oriented Programming and Design, Software Security, iOS Programming, Machine Learning, Swift and Python Programming, and UML.
Simon is Creative Director and Principal Author at Pluralsight. With over three decades of software development experience, he's programmed in every discipline: from finance to transportation, nuclear reactors to game development. Prior to joining Pluralsight, Simon was the principal developer author at lynda.com. His first video course released back in 2002: since then, his popular courses have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of developers. His current focus is both on the new — the latest... more iOS and Mac development technologies — and on the old: fundamental computer science topics. He obsesses on making complicated subjects accessible, memorable, and easier to learn.
Andrew Bancroft is a born learner, passionate about discovery and about sharing what he’s learned with others. He is a software developer for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, an agricultural research institution located in the heart of southern Oklahoma. His day job keeps him busy programming ASP.NET and iOS applications supporting the various business and scientific endeavors of the Foundation. Andrew has embraced Swift for iOS development since day zero, and loves empowering developers to ... moresucceed at building iOS apps with Swift.
Mark Moeykens is a full-time mobile developer with over two decades of programming experience. He has created desktop, web and mobile apps in many fields including insurance, banking, transportation, health, and sales. Mark also gives talks on programming and enjoys breaking down complex subjects into simple parts to teach in a practical and useful manner. He also enjoys learning and teaching user interface design and how to improve user experience in apps.
In his spare time he creates iOS prog... moreramming tutorials for his channel on YouTube www.youtube.com/c/MarkMoeykens where he has helped over 50,000 developers in over 140 countries around the world. Mark also uploads mobile UI designs on Twitter as @bigmtnstudio.
Harrison Ferrone is a freelance software developer, instructor, and technical editor. He has been developing games and applications with Unity since 2013, and has been creating instructional content for various learning providers since 2016. Throughout that time he has bought far too many books, acquired a few cats, lived and worked abroad, and continually wondered why Neuromancer isn't on more game development course syllabi.
Dave is a software developer with several years experience building applications that interact with external accessories. His primary focus is working on the iOS platform. He has worked at several notable software companies, creating both consumer-facing and internal applications. A life-long learner, he enjoys using Pluralsight as a customer, and is excited to also provide content as an author.