Dim Sum Thinking is a small company started by Daniel Steinberg in 2000.
We provide training, write books, consult, create podcasts and videos, and present at conferences. We are available in person and on line.
Everything we do is all about story.
How can we help you tell yours?
Contact Daniel Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org to book or inquire about a course, presentation, or keynote for your group, company, conference, or public event. Feel free to contact for consulting, voice work, audio production, or help telling your story.
Our imprint, The Editor's Cut, produces focused electronic books and training videos designed to quickly teach you the basics of a single topic by providing a helpful context and a path through the subject.
I currently offer public, private and online courses on Swift and on iOS development in Swift. For a list of the current classes, upcoming public dates, and information on booking and custom course creation visit the Training page.
I frequently give keynotes and technical sessions at conferences and local group meetups on Swift and iOS development, pedagogy, mathematics, podcasting, story telling, team building, and reaching your audience. Increasingly, I've been asked to MC/Host events. For a list of recent and upcoming appearances and booking information visit the Calendar page.
I've hosted and produced podcasts since January, 2006 and worked in radio for dozens of years before that. I continue to produce podcasts and also consult and contract with podcasting clients. I'm currently producing a weekly podcast of essays called Keep Two Thoughts.
Now and then I have time for new coding or podcasting projects. I'm particularly interested in exploring pedagogy and creating learning environments. I'm also looking for creative audio projects but will consider iOS and macOS development gigs.
Daniel presents iOS, SwiftUI, and Swift training and consults through his company Dim Sum Thinking.
He has written apps for the iPhone and the iPad since the SDKs first appeared and has written programs for the Mac all the way back to System 7. When he's not coding or talking about coding for the Mac, the iPhone, and the iPad he's probably cooking, baking bread, or hanging out with friends.