Swift developers from around the world are coming together in San Francisco for 2 days. A large portion each day is spent listening to talks from developers who have interesting ideas to present, or who have done something notable with the language. The event is designed with the social aspect as a ‘first-class citizen', so there's ample opportunities to meet the people around you and have fun. Attendees come as a collection of professionals sharing an interest in Swift, and leave as part of a community.
Learning and education is hugely important to Swift Summit. Aside from the social aspects, the mission is for every attendee, regardless of their skill level, to leave as better Swift developers with new knowledge, tools and ideas that provide immediate value.
This year we are introducing Labs; get help and advice on what you're working on, directly from the experts. Makers from popular open-source projects and other relevant tools will be available to assist attendees. Come and meet the makers!
Swift Summit is known for having really good speakers- It's something we're very proud of.
This year about 22 skilled speakers will present their talks.
Felix is the creator of fastlane, an open source toolset for automating all your iOS and Android development tasks. He joined Twitter in 2015, and recently started working at Google, where he now works full-time on open source tooling for mobile app developers.
Gwen is a full-stack developer whose first and one true love is iOS. She is constantly building productivity tools and loves to try out different workflows and experiment with quantified self tracking. Her favourite shade of purple is #A157E8.
Andy explores ways to make powerful ideas more learnable and personally meaningful at Khan Academy, where he co-directs long-term research while contributing engineering and product leadership to nearer-term work. Andy’s prior work includes UIKit at Apple, the Sparkle software update framework, and Pixen, an early OS X pixel art tool.
Daniel has been programming for iOS since "day one", is author of the official companion book to Paul Hegarty's Stanford iTunes U course, and wrote A Swift Kickstart – the first Swift book to join Apple's own on the iTunes Store, and a great introduction to Swift.
Anat is an iOS engineer based in New York. You can find her breaking tests in Blue Apron's app.
Ryan Nystrom is an iOS Software Engineer at Facebook working on Instagram client infrastructure in New York City. He is the author and maintainer of IGListKit, which is one of Instagram’s core open source libraries.
As in previous year, we'll continue to announce speakers in the lead-up to the conference.
This year's conference will be hosted at the Palace of Fine Arts theatre, in the heart of San Francisco.
This famous San Francisco icon was built in 1915 in a Greco-Roman style and is one of the most photographed sites in the city. We will be seated in the theatre and have ample room for refreshments, catering and exhibitors in a large adjoining space. Attendees may also enjoy the outer gardens at the Palace of Fine arts in between talks, with fantastic views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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The behavioural expectations at Swift Summit may be different from what you are used to, so it is very important that all attendees familiarilze themselves with this document.
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Swift Summit is run by Swift Community LLC. We are independently organised from the meet-up community in San Francisco, and we are not affiliated with any large companies.