Swifty? Emerging patterns and idioms

by Dan Cutting

Last Tuesday I gave a talk at Swift London called Swifty? looking at interesting patterns emerging from the community, as well as how Swift 3 will shape idiomatic code.

You can see my slides on Speaker Deck.

The talk covered several topics, so I thought I’d link to some examples for those who want to learn more.

There were also two great lightning talks:

The latter part of the evening was an impromptu panel hosted by Yvette Cook which was lots of fun! We finished up at the Crown and Shuttle pub where the beer and conversation flowed until late.

Thanks to Al Skipp and Yvette Cook for organising a great evening, and to the whole Swift London community for having me along.

Also, June panel discussion!

While I’m on the topic of Swift London, I was also pleased to be invited to the server side Swift and pre-WWDC panel discussion in June with Ian Partridge and Chris Bailey from IBM, plus Yvette Cook and Abizer Nasir.

Hi, I'm Dan Cutting. I mainly write Swift for iOS but love working on Mac apps, web APIs, and programming languages too.

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