Join our free webinar on demand featuring iOS and Swift experts: Kaya Thomas, Daniel Steinberg, Vincent Pradeilles, and our host, Alex Logan!
Fueled by Apple and an amazing open-source community, Swift is continuously evolving and growing ever more popular. Join us for this free virtual roundtable discussion, learn about the state of Swift in 2020, and where it’s likely to go next.
During this webinar we’ll dive into topics ranging from the recent iOS 14 announcements to best practices, challenges, and the community behind Swift.
Best practices/use cases to approach better debugging, identifying constraints
Faster testing and measuring build time
The Swift behind SwiftUI
What’s New in Swift - the Swift Evolution
iOS14 - tips/tricks
Open-source & Swift
Wish list for Swift 6?
What new features are you looking to use in your next project?
Senior iOS engineer at Calm
Kaya Thomas is an iOS developer, writer and public speaker. She's the creator of We Read Too, a book resource app that features books for kids and teens with main characters of colors written by Black, Latinx, Asian and Indigenous authors. She currently works as a Senior Software Engineer at Calm.
Follow Kaya on Twitter: @kthomas901
Author at Dimsumthinking
Daniel is the author of more than a dozen books including the best selling books A Swift Kickstart and Dear Elena. 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. Daniel presents iPhone, Cocoa, and Swift training and consults through his company Dim Sum Thinking. Information on his books is available on the Editors Cut website. Details on his training, and speaking is on the Dim Sum Thinking website.
Follow Daniel on Twitter: @dimsumthinking
iOS Expert at Worldline
Vincent started working on iOS apps back in 2011. For the last years, he’s been working at Worldline, where he contributes to building great apps for major French banks. He loves Swift and enjoys sharing about it on the Internet. Most notably, he built the framework KeyPathKit that implements a SQL-like syntax for data manipulation. He is also the person behind the Twitter account @ios_memes.
Follow Vincent on Twitter: @v_pradeilles
iOS Engineer at Sky Bet
Passionate iOS engineer & WWDC19 attendee with a history of success on the App Store, including holding the top trending spot in the UK. Graduated in with a first class degree from Newcastle University. When not sharing with the community, I'm using the latest and greatest technology to build my personal apps, including a podcast player written entirely in SwiftUI and a popular catalyst app.
Follow Alex on Twitter: @SwiftyAlex