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What if your code could change someone’s life, but a bug might kill them? As our devices have gotten smarter a world of possibility has been opened up to transform the lives of people living with chronic health conditions. Being able to manage, understand and treat their conditions using their phone could be life-changing, and maybe even life-saving. But was does that mean for developers who want to deliver on this promise?
How can we balance continuous technical innovation with the correctness and rigor mandated by regulatory requirements, whilst still keeping the user at the heart of the product we are building? And what does this look like on iOS?
Discover how one London startup is answering these questions, and the lessons learnt along the way.
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So you want to build a medical app?
Yvette is an iOS Developer at Ayuda Heuristics, making a mobile app that takes away the burden of diabetes self-care, and creates new knowledge to help eradicate it. Before joining Ayuda she worked with companies large and small around London, on projects from greenfield Swift apps to legacy Objective-C ones.