Kate Rotondo wants to live in a world where documentation is delightful and empowering.
As an iOS Content Developer at Udacity, her engaging tutorials appear in the iOS Nanodegree program and as free courses. Her most recent project—iOS Persistence and Core Data—launched this spring.
Kate has also taught at Mills College, General Assembly, and RISD | CE. She has spoken at conferences across the globe from AltConf to Mobile Central Europe, and won first place at Europe’s first all-women hackathon with a visual schedule app for special needs users and their caregivers.
She hosts a podcast on work-life integration for parents at http://motherboardpodcast.com; learn more about all her projects at http://kathrynrotondo.com.
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